Where is Ashburn data center?

Where is Ashburn data center?

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We guarantee that our network data center will be available 100% of the time in a given month, not including scheduled or emergency maintenance. Otherwise, we will credit your account 5% of the monthly charge for every 30 minutes of network downtime, up to 100% of your monthly charge for the affected server.

We guarantee that the data center HVAC and power system will be operational 100% of the time, not including scheduled or emergency maintenance. Otherwise, we will credit your account 5% of the monthly charge for every 30 minutes of network downtime, up to 100% of your monthly charge for the affected server.

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Ashburn was originally called “Farmwell” (variant names include “Old Farmwell” and “Farmwell Station”) after a nearby mansion of that name owned by George Lee III. The name “Farmwell” first appeared in George Lee’s October 1802 will and was used to describe the 1236-acre (500 ha) plantation he inherited from his father, Thomas Ludwell Lee II. In 1841, John Janney , a Quaker lawyer who nearly became vice president of the United States , purchased a section of the Farmwell plantation west of Ashburn Road, a 580-acre (230 ha) tract, as a summer home . Janney called the property “Ashburn Farm”; the first known appearance of the name in writing is 1870 when he sold the property. It is likely that he named the farm after family friends whose name was Ashburn. [7]

The United States Census Bureau defines Ashburn as a census-designated place (CDP). As of the 2010 census , the CDP had a population of 43 511 residents, [4] while the largest ZIP code tabulation area (ZCTA) for the 20147 Ashburn ZIP code contained 54 086 people. [10]

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More and more energy-hungry tech firms and data centers are setting up shop in the Canadian province of Quebec, which has cheap, renewable electricity mainly from hydroelectric dams.

As a major financial argument for relocation, Quebec has low-cost electricity of around 0.05 Canadian dollars (USD 0.04) per kilowatt-hour, significantly cheaper than in Europe or the United States.

“It is better to place data centers in locations that have hydroelectric, solar or even nuclear electricity, rather than electricity produced by coal-fired power plants,” believes Hugues Ferreboeuf of The Shift Project.

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Ashburn’s impact on Internet and fiber expansion was driven by a couple of factors. The reasonable cost of land ownership, 28% lower cost of electricity compared to the U.S. average, and proximity to business-rich Washington DC created excellent conditions for data center growth and development in the area.

More than $19 billion has been budgeted for cybersecurity investments for Washington DC and the surrounding region by 2021. Along with direct funding programs from the Commonwealth of Virginia, Ashburn recognizes and appreciates the impact data centers have on the local community and businesses by leveraging federal funds to increase IT security.

Combined with the facility’s redundant power and cooling infrastructure, high-profile security initiatives and services, this level 3 equivalent data center provides enterprise-level business reliability.

AN+1 redundancy for UPS infrastructure, 30-ton CRAH units and 350-ton Motivair™ free air cooling chillers make our Tier 3 data center an optimal server environment. Multilevel security systems and video surveillance ensure 24/7 protection.