OnRamp Owns and Operates Our Austin Data Centers,
Controlling the Entire Infrastructure from the Ground Up.
Reliable. Secure. Compliant.
OnRamp’s Austin, Texas Data Centers are located at the heart of a thriving hub of technological innovation. The city of Austin is 200 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, 150 miles from Houston, and 200 miles from Dallas. Our Austin Data Centers are on the ERCOT power grid, which is separate from the other two major power grids in the US. With an extremely low historical occurrence of natural disasters, far away from fault zones, and with zero hurricanes on record, Austin is an ideal location for Data Center Services.
Austin II Data Center
- 42,930 Square Foot Enterprise-Class Facility
- 16.5 Megawatts of Capacity
- Dedicated Dark Fiber Connectivity to Austin I
- Redundant Isolated Path Power Architecture
Secure, High Density Hybrid Computing
OnRamp’s flagship Data Center was built from the ground up, incorporating decades of OnRamp’s experience in delivering secure, available Hybrid Hosting. Redundant isolated path power and cooling coupled with advanced airflow delivery and containment enables OnRamp to deliver reliable High-Density Colocation and Hybrid Hosting with 24/7/364 onsite Full7Layer Support.
Austin I Data Center
- OnRamp’s Original Enterprise-Class Facility.
- Built as a Telecom Central Hub to NEBS Compliancy Standards.
- 4.5 Megawatts of Capacity.
- 10+ Facilities-Based Telecom Carriers.
Austin Hybrid Computing
High density Data Center Colocation, Cloud Delivered Services and Hybrid Hosting backed by 24/7/365 onsite Full7Layer Support with redundant isolated path architecture power and cooling.
Managed Security Services Features
Data Center Highlights
- Hybrid Hosting Solutions Blending Colocation, Private Clouds and Cloud Delivered Services
- High Density Computing Capable with Power Densities Upwards of 30kW / Rack
- Outside of 100 year and 500 Year Flood Plains
- Staffed 24/7/365 with Experienced Full7Layer Support Team Members
- Use the ERCOT power grid, independent of the Eastern and Western Power Grids
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
Data Center Security
- Two Factor Authentication on All Critical Entry Points
- Biometric Fingerprint Readers
- Bulletproof Man-Trap Front Entrance
- Individually Locking, Audit-Traceable Rack Systems
- 24/7/365 Monitored Video Surveillance with 90 Days Footage Retained
- Multiple Logical Security Systems Including: Intrusion Detection, Vulnerability and Risk
- Assessments, and Coordinated Strategies for Combating DDOS Attacks
Data Center Connectivity
- Diverse Fiber Entry Points with Connectivity up to 1Gbps
- 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
Data Center Compliance
- SSAE 16 / AICPA SOC 2 Type 2 Certified
- HIPAA Compliance (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)
- PCI Compliance (Payment Card Industry)
- The Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA)
- The Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX)
- The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA)
- The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)
- SEC Cybersecurity Threats Disclosure Guidance