Inside Bay Area's New Santa Clara Site
November 20th, 2009 By: Rich Miller
Bay Area Internet Solutions has built a new 80,000 square foot data center in Santa Clara, Calif. that features an innovative economizer design. One end of the data center is lined with more than 200 fans to bring fresh air into an exterior “air corridor” that surrounds the data center. The air is then filtered and used in the facility’s cooling system. Bay Area Internet expects to be able to use the air economizers to provide free cooling for 85 percent of the year. This video was produced by Emerson Network Power and features its products, but also provides an inside look at an interesting new facility in the active Silicon Valley market. This video tour runs about 6 minutes 30 seconds.
Bay Area CustomerPosted November 22nd, 2009
Yes. I’m sure the new data center is wonderful. As a Bay Area customer, I’m sure they are not telling you that the are forcing all clients to move. And when they have you sign the “relocation forms” customers are inadvertently extending their contracts. Wonderful that our servers now have clean air, but customer business ethics?
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