Data Centers

Logicworks operates out of several carrier-grade data center hosting facilities, including sites in New York, New Jersey, California, Amsterdam and Singapore. Our two New York-area facilities are interconnected via our own Gig-E and 10 Gig-E metro area network (MAN).

Logicworks Data Centers
Self-healing, Redundant OC-48 Network

Upstream bandwidth is provided by diverse carriers, for multi-gigabit aggregate capacity out of each facility. Additional bandwidth is easily provisioned as demand grows. Customers can cost-effectively scale to multi-site redundancy without having to pay for data synchronization traffic. An additional benefit of our Metro Area Network is that local backups can be immediately copied to a mirrored off-site location.

Aggregator of Multiple Tier 1 Providers

Logicworks utilizes the most recognized names in upstream bandwidth for our customers including, Level-3, AboveNet, Qwest, Internap,

Redundant Environmental Control Systems

Logicworks’ precision HVAC systems cool the most demanding high-power deployments. With appropriate airflow, temperature, and humidity controls to maintain optimum conditions. Logicworks’ data center equipment operations minimize downtime due to equipment failure.

Backup Power Systems & Diesel Generators

Logicworks’ data center power systems, designed and managed by some of the world’s foremost experts on power management engineering, include built-in redundancy, full Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems with N+1 redundancy levels or greater, and backup generator systems in the event of a local utility failure.

Perimeter Security, Biometric Access

Our data centers utilize an array of security equipment, techniques and procedures to control, monitor and record access to the facility. This includes 24X7X365 video surveillance, biometric fingerprint scanners which require an individualized pin, and onsite guard staff.

Fire Suppression Systems

Our data centers are constructed with cutting-edge fire detection and suppression systems that limit the potential for damage in the event of a fire. Key features of the fire detection and suppression system include:

  • Multi-zoned, dry pipe, water-based fire suppression systems with sensory mechanisms (sniffers) Dual alarms (heat and/or smoke) activation
  • Water only enters the fire suppression system in the event of two cross-zone alarms, and will only disperse in the event of a broken or melted sprinkler-head
  • Any water discharge will be sprinkler-head specific, limiting the potential for damage caused by over-spray
Network Security Systems, Access Control
Logicworks Data Center Cages

Logicworks staffs our data center facilities 24x7x365. Vendors do not have direct access to our cages. All access is supervised and controlled by Logicworks.