Primus Telecommunications Canada, a unconditionally owned auxiliary of PTGi (Primus Telecommunications Group), has announced that construction has begun on a new high firmness information centre trickery in Markham.
This newest member of Primus Canada’s inhabitant footprint of 8 information centres is designed to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards, will be approved by a Uptime Institute as a Tier III site, and will offer modernized disaster liberation features.
The initial proviso of this 30,000 block feet GTA information centre beginning will be a 7,500 block feet pod. The information centre will embody an innovative HVAC complement that leverages free-air cooling and optimized atmosphere placement to grasp a 50% rebate in appetite function over their stream trickery designs, and effectively discharge a H2O use and rubbish ensuing from a HVAC plant that is used in many information centre designs today.
To safeguard clients’ information is accessible to them when needed, a new trickery will be approved to a Uptime Institute‘s Tier III Site specifications. To grasp this certification, a site contingency have mixed eccentric placement paths portion a IT equipment, all IT apparatus contingency be dual-powered and entirely concordant with a topology of a site’s design and embody parallel maintainable site infrastructure guaranteeing a top standards for use accessibility in a Canadian information centre market.
Each information centre has performed full Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance, Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA) Section 5970 Type B and Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) No. 16 (previously called Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) 70 Type II).