Odata has launched its first data center in Mexico. Rumor also has it that CyrusOne, an existing stakeholder, will acquire the rest of the Brazilian firm from its founders, Patria Investments. Odata opened the new data center in in El Marqués, Querétaro, Mexico. The first phase of development ...
Company: ODATA SA
Metro: Bogotá, D.C.
Region: South America
Region: Latin America
Usable SqFt: 24,542
Total Power: ??? NN
The ODATA BG 01 data center is located in the Siberia sector, 15 minutes away from Bogotá, in the Metropolitan Free Trade Zone. The data center occupies an area of 6 thousand m² and includes three stories, in a total built-up area of 5,600 m², of which 2,280 thousand m² are raised floors, divided in six rooms.
Designed according to the strictest quality and security standards, the BG01 data center has TIER III certification and high energy efficiency -- with a PUE of 1,5, flexible energy density of up to 8 kVA/rack and high carrier neutral connectivity.
The Metropolitan Free Trade Zone is a permanent free zone of 235 thousand m², located 3.5 km away from the city of Bogotá. One of the main differentials of that area is the 24/7 availability of an integrated security system, as well as a fire extinguishing system for all its clients, a water treatment station, great logistic access, and the possibility of power supply of different substations, and tax deduction in the purchase of goods and services, in addition to the simplification of the equipment input process by a web software. With continuous operation 365 days a year, its client portfolio includes companies in the technology, logistic, service, and trading sectors.
Data Center Specs:
- Tier III Design and Facility certified
- Started operations in April/2019
- Built in 6 months, following rigid standards of quality and security and respect for the environment
- 100% managed, maintained and operated by ODATA
- Density: Up to 6.0 kW/rack (average)
- Redundancy 2N (phase 1), 3-Bus (phases 2 and 3)
- Diesel tanks that provide 3 days of autonomy