A data center is a specially designed facility that organizations use to store their critical applications and data. It is designed to support networking and computing resources. Data centers are used to host routers, switches, firewalls, storage systems, servers, and application delivery controllers.
A data center’s support systems include power systems, uninterruptible power systems (UPS), ventilation, cooling systems, fire suppression, backup generators, and multiple connections to external networks.
Why are data centers important to business?
Data centers are used to reduce the risk of outages by storing data and any number of software applications including email and file sharing, CRM solutions, and enterprise applications in a safe secure environment.
Located in the former Federal Reserve Building in Little Rock, Mainstream Technologies’ downtown SOC 2 Type 2 data center provides a full range of highly secure and flexible colocation, cloud, and connectivity solutions.
If you would like more information about how Mainstream’s data center can meet your needs, please send us an email