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Datacenter Location

Jacksonville, FL

Datacenter Address:

800 Water St.

Suite 202

Jacksonville, FL 32204

About Server Complete's Jacksonville Data Center

Server Complete offers enterprise level web hosting services from our fully redundant datacenter at 421 W Church St in Jacksonville, Florida.

Network Details

Our AS19531 network was purpose built to allow high levels of automation and to withstand future growth.

We utilize Juniper MX routers in our core and Juniper EX switches in our distribution and access layer. All of our carrier uplinks are delivered over 10-Gigabit optical connections, and we serve each rack with a minimum of 20Gbps of capacity to our distribution layer.

The AS19531 network consists of a blend of:

(Subject to change without notice. Contact sales for current network information)

Power

Our Jacksonville facility features a truly N+1 power system for 100% uptime of dual fed equipment. The facility utilizes eight separate utility feeds from JEA, several of which are protected emergency/hospital grids. Due to the existance of International submarine cable systems within the building, it is imperitive that the power infrastructure be extremely robust.

The power system is fully redundant from the transfomers, to the switchgear, to the UPS and generators.

Power system quick facts:
  • Dual Emergency Power Grids
  • Eaton 9395 UPS Systems
  • Multiple 1 Megawatt Onan Generators
  • 7-Day Onsite Diesel Supply
  • On-demand fuel contracts for refueling when necessary

Cooling

Our Jacksonville datacenter features a fully redundant York cooling system with four 500 Ton chillers. All cooling infrastructure is built within the building, including the cooling towers, for a true Category 5 hurricane rating.

The facility utilizes redundant chilled water loops throughout to service the 350 tons of cooling currently installed on the datacenter floor.

Cooling system quick facts:
  • 1500 Tons N+1 York Chiller System
  • 350 Ton N+1 Liebert CRACs
  • Multiple municipal water feeds to building
  • Redundant water loop throughout facility

Looking Glass

To test the quality of our network, we have a publically available Looking Glass. The Looking Glass offers download speed tests and tools to test latency and view the routes offered on our network.