Skyline Servers operates fully redundant and concurrently maintainable IT infrastructure, which ensures 99.995% service availability and 100% network uptime, both specified in our Service Level Agreement (SLA).
Skyline Servers Indiana location operates within Tier 2 Colo Store carrier-neutral DataCenter located in South Bend, Indiana, close to one of the busiest network peering points in the United States and is aimed at clients who require low latency network services with the reliability of a top-ranking data center.
Our Datacenter features structural qualities, very few other data centers provide. A full concrete hardened structure with 18' to 24' ceilings and over 38,000 square feet of data center space can give you assurances that through any weather or physical impact that may happen, our data center is built to last!
Keeping a data center cool is no small task, our data center has been designed with several layers of redundant cooling systems to ensure server systems maintain the proper air quality. The data center area is air-conditioned by multiple N+1 units, which are capable of sustained usage over long periods. The air quality of the data center is monitored, environmentally controlled, and filtered, which helpss keep the temperature at 70 degrees with 50% relative humidity.
In the event of a power failure, the data center relies on its onsite diesel generator backup system. It is designed to provide emergency backup power in the event of a power failure and sustain the data center with power for the duration of a power failure. Our uninterruptible power supplies ensure power is conditioned, and there are no interruptions of power. These systems are actively monitored and tested regularly to ensure maximum reliability for our data center customers.
Security is of major concern in a data center, and at Skyline Servers, we have made sure our client equipment is secured and kept safe. Through 24 hour monitoring and motion sensing surveillance, our onsite staff can keep a close watch on all activities in and around the data center. Access to the data center is controlled through electronic locking devices and multiple control points. DC Staff is screened, and background checks made to ensure your equipment is in good hands.