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              H5 Data Centers Phoenix is located in the area Phoenix, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 10-05-2017.

              H5 Data Centers
              2600 W. Germann Rd.
              85286 Chandler
              Arizona, USA

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              The H5 Phoenix data center is designed to enable scalable and modular growth of IT requirements. Easily deploy cabinets and IT architecture in a consistent, repeatable fashion at H5's Phoenix data center. Since being built from the ground-up, the Phoenix data center boasts a 100% uptime track record.

              Conveniently located in Chandler's high-tech corridor, H5's Phoenix data center is in close proximity to the Phoenix International Airport and interstate highways.

              Unique aspects of the Phoenix data center include: Phoenix Data Center
              180,000 SF data center campus
              Private data center suites with dedicated mechanical fire suppression systems
              24x7 on-site engineering and security team
              Available office, staging, storage and conference room space
              Ample, on-site parking
              Arizona Technology Corridor location

              SRP provides the Phoenix data center with up to 30 MWs of reliable and affordable power (average annual costs per kWh of less than $0.07) from diverse substations. All systems are meticulously maintained by H5's 24x7 on-site Phoenix engineering team.

              H5's innovative electrical and mechanical architecture achieve up to 40% better energy efficiency than other data centers. The Phoenix data center offers a leading Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of less than 1.35 and doesn't use water, ensuring optimal energy utilization and reduced waste.

              Electrical and mechanical highlights include:
              Diverse utility feeds from SRP's high capacity, modern power grid
              Concurrently maintainable, Tier III data center design
              N+1 UPS distribution
              N+1 emergency generator farm
              Dedicated N+1 mechanical systems
              Isolated hot and cold row data center design
              Waterless mechanical system design
              Ability for customer customization of temperature and humidity controls, including 100% outside air capability
              Cabinet densities of more than 20 KWs per rack
              Customer monitoring of power usage
              Industry-leading PUE
              Less than $0.07/kwh avg. annual power pricing from SRP

              The Phoenix data center is highly secure, featuring a 22-foot wall surrounding the facility to ensure maximum security. To compliment the perimeter wall, the Phoenix data center also includes 24x7 security staffing, mantraps with anti-tailgating technology, biometric and keycard access systems, and digital security cameras. Each data center suite is constructed of steel and concrete and features a digital camera at each opening.

              The data center offers the following security benefits:
              Biometric and key card access controls
              22-foot wall surrounding the data center
              20+ on-site cameras monitored 24x7
              Dedicated fire suppression system
              Early smoke detection system
              SSAE SOC 1 Type II certification
              Corporate-wide ISO 27001 compliance
              Easy PCI complianc

              H5's Phoenix data center offers carrier-neutral data center services, providing customers with access to a variety of different regional, national and international telecommunications carriers and fiber providers. With its carrier partners, H5 serves a growing community of enterprises, content delivery networks (CDNs) and cloud service providers seeking to improve their mission critical operations.

              Highlights of H5's Phoenix network-neutral data center include:
              Access to the region's top metro fiber and communications providers
              Diverse fiber points of entry
              Cross connections available within 2 business days of order

              Phoenix is one of the top disaster recovery locations in the United States, as it is very unlikely to be affected by tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, or flooding. For decades, Phoenix has been a destination for national enterprises looking for a safe and secure site to locate a data center.

              H5 regularly audits itself as part of SSAE SOC 1 Type II certifications and corporate-wide ISO 27001 compliance.

              For larger customers, H5 offers the ability to qualify for Arizona's progressive sales & use tax abatement program. If a customer has a requirement that ultimately is equal or greater to 500 KWs, then it may be eligible to receive 100% Arizona-state sales & use taxes. This program is indicative of Arizona and Chandler's attractive business-friendly attitude.

              H5's Phoenix data center product offering includes:
              Turn-key wholesale data center space
              Private data center suites
              Private cages and cabinets
              Powered shell build-outs
              Office and storage space
              24x7 remote hands services
              100% uptime guarantee from H5

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