Ideally situated in Texas, Austin is 200 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, 150 miles from Houston, and 200 miles from Dallas. Austin has an extremely low historical occurrence of natural disasters and is on the ERCOT power grid, which is separate from the other two major power grids in the US. Austin is a state capital, a center of technology innovation nationally, and the “Live Music Capital of the World.”

Austin Data Center I: 2916 Montopolis Drive | Austin | 78741

Austin Data Center II: 7000 Burleson Road | Austin | 78744

Austin Data Center

Facts About OnRamp’s Austin Data Centers
  • High Density Computing Capacity with Power Densities Upwards of 30kW / Rack
  • Outside of 100 year and 500 Year Flood Plains
  • Staffed 24/7/365 with Experienced Full7Layer Support Technical Staff
Data Center Infrastructure Redundancy
  • Redundant Isolated Path Power Architecture for True 2N Power
  • Multiple Redundant Utility Transformers, Generators, Automatic Transfer Switches (ATSs), Main Switch Panels, UPSs and PDUs
  • Priority Refueling Contracts for Continuous Generator Operation During Emergencies
  • Operate at a Minimum of N+1 on HVAC System
  • Slab Floors, with 14″ Overhead Plenum for Advanced HVAC Remediation and Delivery
  • Controlled Temperature and Humidity Via Building Management Systems
  • Dry Pipe, Dual-Action Fire Suppression System
  • Two Factor Authentication On All Critical Entry Points
  • Biometric Fingerprint Readers
  • Bullet Proof Man-Trap Front Entrance
  • Individually Locking, Audit-Traceable Rack Systems
  • 24/7/365 Monitored Video Surveillance with 90 Days Trailing Footage Onsite
  • Multiple Logical Security Systems Including: Intrusion Detection, Vulnerability and Risk Assessments, and Coordinated Strategies for Combating DDOS Attacks
  • Diverse Fiber Entry Points with Connectivity up to OC-192
  • Redundant Internet with Multiple Tier 1 Providers
  • 100Mbps, 1 and 10Gbps Ethernet Drops with Full Burstability
  • Fiber From 10+ Carriers for Point to Point or Internet Connectivity