More Than Just Data, OnRamp’s Data Center Infrastructure Keeps You Up and Running.
Redundant Isolated Path Power Architecture
Multiple protected power paths from the utility to the rack, each one isolated from the others, means that every piece of critical infrastructure has an exact redundant replica.
Designed with Your Data in Mind
Each path in OnRamp’s power architecture offers emergency power generation, independent fuel storage, uninterruptible power systems, and power distribution systems, all of which remain isolated from equipment along other paths. Should anything happen to any individual piece of equipment, it would only affect a single path.
Colocation customers that purchase A+B power from OnRamp can feel secure, knowing that our redundant isolated path power architecture provides the highest levels of critical system redundancy. All managed infrastructure is backed by A+B power.
Pressurized Cold Aisles Support High-Density Cooling
OnRamp operates at greater than (n+1) redundancy in our HVAC infrastructure. Our approach to cooling our data centers allows for industry-leading levels of high-density computing, with the capability of operating at upwards of 30 kW per rack.
How Cool is This?
OnRamp’s cooling infrastructure differs from traditional data centers that use raised floors to distribute air uniformly across entire data halls, regardless of where the compute loads are actually located.
Our design delivers two important advantages: we can quickly and reliably deliver cold air exactly where it’s needed, and we can reliably deliver the volume of cold air required to cool very high computing densities.
Rest Easy with Onsite, Full7Layer Support
OnRamp’s HVAC infrastructure is monitored by OnRamp technical staff in Network Operations Centers (NOCs) at each of our data centers. OnRamp’s NOC personnel have real-time temperature and humidity information available from several points in each rack aisle, and OnRamp maintains conditions based on ASHRAE standards at the front of each cold aisle rack. If any of these sensors indicate a change approaching the edge of acceptable ranges, an alarm is triggered within the NOC and immediate steps are taken to address the situation.