Any business relying on mission critical infrastructure knows that reliability, cost-effectiveness and scalability are paramount to successful operations. Achieving the ideal data center set up, while factoring in power redundancy and keeping costs down, has always been a challenge — until now.
The SRP DataStation™ is a scalable, quickly deployable modular data center that can connect directly to the grid near an SRP substation. This design ensures that power is delivered economically and with unparalleled reliability.
Connected to the transmission power supply chain, SRP DataStation active-active power feeds will deliver dual-live and highly available service while eliminating the need for costly data center power infrastructure. Typical infrastructure costs, such as those associated with backup generators, batteries, uninterruptible power supplies and transfer switches, can be avoided entirely.
In addition, SRP DataStations will be connected directly to our diverse fiber-optic network that spans 15 Valley cities and 1,800 miles, empowering your business to scale up its bandwidth as quickly as you need it.
SRP is committed to delivering highly available power for the benefit of our customers and the communities we serve. SRP's DataStation deployment method — placing modular data centers close to SRP substations — will minimize any impact to communities by eliminating the need to build out new power lines to serve new or existing warehouse-style, co-location or enterprise data center facilities. This reduction in data center-driven transmission sprawl will ultimately save time and money for SRP's customers.
The SRP DataStation utilizes purpose-built expansion of the power grid and leverage existing infrastructure to efficiently add base-load. This deliberate design reduces infrastructure complexity and results in cost savings for commercial customers looking to effectively and efficiently run their businesses.
For more information on how SRP can help you be successful in Phoenix with SRP DataStation or Dark Fiber network service, please contact us at (602) 236-8777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.