NYI’s New Jersey data center was recently recognized by New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program (NJCEP) as a New Jersey SmartStart Building. Located at 999 Frontier Road in Bridgewater, NJ, the facility has
the latest in innovative energy efficiency technologies. The company invested in Subzero Engineering’s Cold Aisle Containment (CAC) technology, which separates the cold supply airflow from the hot equipment exhaust air. The use of the technology not only enables NYI to reduce energy use, but it also ensures the optimization of equipment performance within its facilities. Going above and beyond for their customers, NYI has delivered upon a truly cutting-edge data center environment for clients to house their equipment and business critical IT infrastructures. Striking a balance between environmental responsibility and economic competition, this upgrade also benefits their clients by freeing up additional power for IT equipment, extending hardware life and increasing equipment uptime.
“Based on CFD analysis, Subzero Engineering was able to customize a solution that allowed NYI to maximize their floor space, giving customers greater capacity to fill their server racks with equipment, while not compromising cooling,” states Lloyd Mainers, on behalf of Subzero Engineering. “This superior efficiency satisfies the needs of both client and the environmentally responsible Colo provider, New York Internet. We applaud them for a keen-sighted view of reducing their carbon footprint in a high energy industry.”
NYI owns and operates data centers in New York and New Jersey and offers colocation, cloud, hybrid, managed services and disaster recovery solutions. With 100% uptime, NYI facilities are SSAE-16, HIPAA SOCI Type 2, HI-TECH, and PCI compliant and offer 24x7x365 onsite support.
You can learn more, by checking out Phil Koblence’s recent article on data center cooling and efficiency: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2016/06/14/impact-of-cooling-and-efficiency-in-modern-data-center-design/