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The Boston area is home to three of the 60+ CenturyLink global data centres.

With a combined offering of 165,968 sq/ft of premium space, these Boston data centres facilitate expansion and growth with a wide range of solutions, from colocation to public and private cloud, security, storage and managed services.

All three Boston data centres are engineered to ensure that IT infrastructure resides in physically and logically secure space. Designed to N+1 redundancy, these tightly controlled, colocation facilities include redundant utility feeds and are backed by a 100% power uptime SLA and humidity and temperature SLAs. Network diverse, with Layer 2 switched infrastructure and powerful cross connects for network, hosting and storage, businesses can communicate reliably between cages, data centres and with customers and partners, ensuring failsafe management of critical IT assets

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BO1: Waltham, MA

Space: 30,400 sf   Power: 3.4 MW

Tech Specs

BO1: Waltham     Space: 30,400 sf     Power: 3.4 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Located near Logan International Airport; 30 minutes from Boston, MA
  • Two story building
  • Total building interior = 30,400 sq. ft.
  • Raised floor (inches) = 12

Electrical Summary

  • NSTAR provides power feeds
  • Power density minimum (W/sf) = 150
  • Generator configuration = N + 1
  • Total Power Capacity = 2 MW
  • Minimum two fuel replenishing companies

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • VESDA provides early warning detection
  • FM200

Mechanical Summary

  • Cooling system configuration = N +1
  • CenturyLink manages temperature and humidity to strict ASHRAE standard

BO2: Waltham, MA

Space: 63,304 sf   Power: 4 MW

Tech Specs

BO2: Waltham     Space: 63,304 sf     Power: 4 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Located near Logan International Airport; 30 minutes from Boston, MA
  • One story building
  • Total building interior(sf) = 63,304
  • Raised floor (inches) = 15

Electrical Summary

  • NSTAR provides power feeds
  • Power density minimum (W/sf) = 150
  • Generator configuration = N + 1
  • Total Power Capacity = 4 MW
  • Minimum two fuel replenishing companies

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • VESDA provides early warning detection
  • Pre-Action system utilizes two detection methods; one ionized and one photo electric detector interlocked with the dry pipe sprinkler system

Mechanical Summary

  • Cooling system configuration = N +1
  • CenturyLink manages temperature and humidity to strict ASHRAE standard 

BO3: Waltham, MA

Space: 71,000 sf   Power: 6 MW

Tech Specs

BO3: Waltham     Space: 71,000 sf     Power: 6 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Located near Logan International Airport; 30 minutes from Boston, MA
  • Two story building
  • Total building interior (sf) = 71,000
  • Raised floor (inches) = 24

Electrical Summary

  • NSTAR provides power feeds
  • Power density minimum (W/sf) = 150
  • Generator configuration = N + 1
  • Total Power Capacity = 6 MW
  • Minimum two fuel replenishing companies

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • Pre-Action system utilizes two detection methods; one ionized and one photo electric detector interlocked with the dry pipe sprinkler system

Mechanical Summary

  • Cooling system configuration = N + 1
  • CenturyLink manages temperature and humidity to strict ASHRAE standard

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