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AVLUX: Network &  Datacenter

Network & Datacenter

AVLUX servers are housed in the tier 1 SoftLayer datacenters,
located across the United States, and the world.

Physical Infrastructure
The datacenter sits atop three redundant electrical grids from TXU delivering diverse power to each quadrant of the building. HVAC needs are supplied via five one hundred ton onsite water chillers to deliver N+1 cooling requirements. Home to over twelve switch sites and thirty-five different carriers, INFOMART houses technology and telecom related businesses in a fully redundant complex communications ecosystem.

Redundant GigE Network Backbone
The datacenter employs multi-router gigabit connections to the Internap, SAVVIS, VERIO/NTT, and Abovenet core backbone exchanges. We use Cisco series 6500, 3750, 2900 routers and switches which enable gigabit speeds from AVLUX servers to the Internet.

Network IDS, IPS & DDOS protection
Industry best solutions from Tipping Point are utilized to guard against denial of service, malicious traffic, viruses, malware, phishing, spyware and other types of Internet threats via wire speed detection and remediation coupled with automatic zero day response.

Traffic Management & Analysis
Utilizing Peakflow from Arbor Networks coupled with Netflow data from Cisco routers and switches, network engineers continuously monitor the health, reliability, and performance of the network. Historical analysis is critical for demand and capacity planning.

Datacenter Specifications
The private N+1 datacenter facility incorporates:
• 2000 amps 480v Input Power
• Parallel 500Kva UPS Battery Backup Units
• 2000Kw Diesel Generator with Onsite Fuel Storage
• Redundant Liebert 20 Ton HVAC Units
• Pre-Action Dry Pipe Fire Suppression
• Proximity Security Badge Access
• Digital Security Video Surveillance

Network Topology

SoftLayer Network