Racks, footprints, cages and dedicated suites.
APC Netshelter Sx Colocation 42Us and 20Us racks
24×7 Remote hands service
High availability AC power services 16A/32A
Optional managed rack PDUs
High availability DC power services (-48V): 2 A, 6A, 16 A, 32 A, 50 A
MMR cross-connects with fiber, UTP and coaxial cabling options
Tier1 and Tier2 carriers
Towers and rooftop space for antennae installations
DVB and satellite services available at the rack
Our certified service operations team provides managed 24×7 network services covering autonomous systems, network infrastructure, security solutions, and operating third party solutions 24×7 on your behalf.
1 Energía tarificada a los precios vigentes en el centro de datos
2 Consultar instalaciones de mayor densidad
To reduce operational costs and transform an investment scenario where it is difficult to predict future requirements and needs to a flexible environment capable of offering mission critical infrastructure that adapts to your business. New IT requirements, such as the consolidation of IT assests, a higher computing density and the need for energy efficient IT, require a degree of flexibility and growth capabilities that only outsourced services datacentres can provide.
Neutral colocation is just the service of providing datacentre infrastructure while letting datacentre tenants choose the connectivity and service providers they want. The capacities for interconnection of different networks and services are today the key strategic component in choosing a datacentre strategy. Neutral colocation centres are therefore a great option to have a better service and flexibility, enhanced security and redundancy, and better costs.
NIXVAL is independant of any service provider that operates within our premises. We currently house dozens of telecommunication carrires, cloud , hosting and SaaS service providers.
With all carriers present at the premises. Among others: Cogent Telecommunications, TeliaSoneraIC, Interoute, Abertis, Orange, COLT, Iberfibra, Jazztel, Balalink\Islalink, AgoTelecom, etc…
Telefonica’s MACROLAN and ORLA services are available as well.
The minimum purchase to access the interconnection service is a 20U rack.
Burstable bandwidth billing is a bandwidth billing method that pemits to use the full capacity in a network port when it is required while paying recurrently only for a part of the available capacity.
Two concepts are used: the committed information rate (CIR), that is billed monthly at a known price, and the bandwidth burst rate (BR), that is added to monthly bill when a certain amount of usage (the committed rate) of the network port is exceeded.
This excess usage is calculated with the percentile 95 method, where 5 minute samples are collected during a full month, and the 5% values that show a higher bandwidth usage are discarded. The 95% percentile is the monthly usage rate that if it exceed the CIR is billed at a higher price, the Burst Rate.
To exceed the CIR, the bandwidth usage has to be over the defined value during more than 36 hours per month.
You can check more details in this wikipedia article: