Data Center Riga DC1
Data center Riga is designed in accordance with EN 50600 Class 3 safety standards and it is one of the largest data centers in the Northern Europe.
The data center infrastructure guarantees an internationally secure and stable connection with invariably high speed.
All DEAC data centers
240 racks (1,400 m2)
designed according to standard EN 50600-3
The data center was built in compliance with the highest safety standards: it is equipped with double floors that are 600 mm thick and can withstand heavy loads; crosspieces between the floors can support loads as heavy as 2,500 kg/m2. Data center has physical security, video surveillance and a biometric access control system on the site. The data center is ISO 22301:2012 certified and that confirms DEAC has developed and implemented disaster recovery plans for all its critical infrastructure components.
Continuous power supply
Several independent electric lines supply power to ensure a continuous data flow and system operation. If it is disrupted, uninterruptible power sources (UPS) supply equipment with power until the diesel generators resume generating electricity. Several SDMO diesel generators and APC Symmetra MW UPS systems in the data center guarantee uninterrupted power supply.
Data center Riga DC1 is ISO/IEC 27001:2013, ISO 22301:2012, ISO 50001:2011 and PCI DSS certified. Learn more about data center Riga DC1 certificates and partners here!
If the electric power supply is disrupted simultaneously in all of the electric power leads, the uninterruptible power sources (UPS) of the data center supply power until the diesel generators resume generating electricity.
The equipment of the data center runs without interruption thanks to Emerson Network Power – a doubled climate control system with powerful equipment having its own pumping station and 29 tonnes of liquid coolant. The climate control system maintains an optimal temperature for data, and it is configured independently from the other equipment.
Power and Cooling
Data center Riga DC1 power and cooling systems are redundant. Every site provides uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems and more standby diesel generators are ready to support the site indefinitely in the unlikely event of a failure of grid-power.
Power and Cooling Density
1kW - 20kW per cabinet
1 MW – redundant
Standby Power Configuration
3 x 1000kW diesel generators
Standby Power Redundancy
Chilled water and free-cooling
Fire safety system
Data center rooms are equipped with an automatic fire ire extinguishing system, which uses gas to suppress fire (Novec 1230), thus preventing damage to the equipment and to avoid negative impact on people. Rooms are equipped with the latest smoke and heat detectors and VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus).
A video surveillance system CCTV records the events on the premises of the data center as well as its surroundings on a 24/7 basis. Efficient procedures guarantee total security.
The data center is monitored by professional security personnel on a 24/7 basis: they ensure compliance with safety measures in the surrounding area and, if necessary, eliminate any hazardous factors.
Electronic security systems
Access to rooms of various importance is controlled with biometric access systems. Biometric data processing systems are the cutting-edge electronic security systems that verify and identify individuals according to physical traits and indicators.
Can you spot overheated circuit? We can! Real-time thermal imager (also known as infrared camera) is an electrical test equipment used for inspection and quality monitoring of data center infrastructure and systems. Thermal imager allows our experts to control processes and keep our customers’ data secure and accessible.
Optical fiber welding
This machine provides system to join optical fiber materials rapidly on the spot. All works are done by certified DEAC IT experts - saving our customer’s time and cutting overall costs. It is especially good for spot welding and small power consecutive welding, ensuring continuity and sustainability of processes.
Data Center Riga power supply reaches 2 x 1 MW.
Independent from communication operators, the data center is connected with several 10 Gbit/s internet channels that unite DEAC communication nodes located in Europe, Russia, Asia, USA and other parts of the world. The wide data centers’ infrastructure provides customers with high availability, a guaranteed speed and the smallest possible access delay.