Arsys manages three Data Centers in Spain and Cloud nodes in the United States, United Kingdom and Germany that incorporate the latest technological advances in physical and logical security, air conditioning and electrical supply, to ensure the maximum availability of your services and the maximumenergy efficiency.
The company's main Data Center, inaugurated in 2009, stands out among these infrastructures. This Data Center occupies a total area of 6,000 m2, distributed between server space (technical rooms), availability systems (power supply, air conditioning, connectivity, logical security, monitoring...) and logistics (storage, sending and reception of goods…). Approximately 300 m2 is allocated to office space, as over 50 people of our Arsys technical team all have their own workspace in these facilities.
The available access flooring for servers is 1,000 m2 in four independent technical rooms, 250 m2 each, with a maximum capacity of up to 15,000 servers.
This modular design allows for a progressive growth of the access floor for servers and availability systems, so the infrastructure can be adapted to our clients' needs. This modularity means servers can be installed with different security and availability settings, depending on the levels of service each client requires for their project.
From the Data Center's High Availability Center (HAC), the Arsys team monitors the status of the servers, communication lines, services, etc. 24x7, as well as the activation of the necessary protocols in the event of any kind of incident: electrical, computing, excess traffic, perimeter security...
These facilities are innovative in their construction, since they are based on the "Invest As You Grow" model, which lets you adjust and adapt infrastructure to company growth. This ensures that economic investment is adapted to the demand for Internet services, to the economic situation and to the pace of development of the knowledge-based society.
This accrued time benefits both the upfront investment in technology infrastructure and the costs of maintaining the services (electrical consumption, air conditioning…).