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    Mid-Range


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    Mid-Range is located in the area Toronto, Canada, and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 09-01-2017.


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    Mid-Range
    85 Idema Rd
    L3R1A9 Markham
    Ontario, Canada

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    Designed to ensure maximum reliability, security and availability of your mission-critical data and applications.

    Colocation , hosting, outsourcing, disaster recovery
    140 + seats for client disaster recovery
    Redundant telecom fibre: Bell ´ AllStream ´ Rogers & Atria Networks
    New 3 megawatt power feed from PowerStream
    Diesel generator/UPS, closed loop chilled water system
    Complete security and monitoring system
    Raised floor environment with caged environments available
    Convenient access via highways 401, 404 & 407
    Customize

    Customizable caged space available for clients with strict security requirements. Our clients have the flexibility to mount their equipment in their own racks or in our racks.

    Reliable

    Our net telco provided by Bell, Allstream and Rogers & Atria. Dual cord power distribution is available at the client's request. The data centre has been designed based on Uptime Institute Tier 2 standards using N+1 redundancy for active equipment.

    Efficient

    In order to improve energy efficiency, many high-efficiency technologies have been deployed. By deploying the technologies identified below we are able to reduce the data centre PUE (power usage effectiveness) to an anticipated 1.6 compared to an industry average of 2.6. These technologies allow us to lower our utility costs by millions of dollars over the next decade.

    Free cooling - The data centre can operate in free cooling mode whenever the outdoor ambient temperature is below 50oF. This enables us to reduce the mechanical power requirements by up to 75% during these periods.

    Transformerless UPS Usage - By operating the UPS system at 208V we are able to eliminate the requirement for an input and output transformer. This enables us to reduce IT power requirements by up to 15%.

    High-efficiency UPSs - By selecting green UPS technologies and manufacturers we are able to improve UPS energy efficiency by up to 8%.

    Scalable

    As a result of our scalable design, our clients can quickly deploy additional individual servers or entire racks when needed. We are able to guarantee that clients are able to deploy servers in less than 3 days. Mid-Range is also planning for the future by examining emerging IT trends we have future proofed our facility and made it possible for our clients to provide liquid cooling to their servers as required.


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