Data Sheets

  • Texas 1 Data Sheet

    Texas 1 Specifications

    Texas 1 was built to support the most rigorous power and cooling standards for colocation. In addition, the carrier-neutral data center is located on the Data Ranch 40-acre campus. The specification sheet provides in-depth details for customers to assess their infrastructure, network and security needs.

    Texas 1 Specifications

    Our flagship, 250,000 SF data center is located at the 40 acre Data Ranch data center development in Austin, Texas. Texas 1 is the only purpose-built, carrier-neutral data center in the Central Texas region. Download the spec sheet for details on the most redundant, connected, and secure data center and disaster recovery solution available in Texas.

  • Texas 1 is a carrier neutral flagship data center in Austin that provides colocation, managed services and dedicated customer office space.

    Texas 1 Top 10 Features

    Our flagship purpose-built data center has set the highest-standards in Austin. Texas 1 Data Center is equipped to handle any sized colocation deployment and offers dedicated customer space for Disaster Recovery, as well as many other unique features.

    Texas 1 Top 10 Features

    Texas 1 is a premium purpose-built facility, and recognized as Austin’s flagship data center. The facility is equipped to handle any sized colocation deployment and power density requirements, learn more about the Top Ten Features, which include:

    • Dual Power Feeds
    • End-To-End Underground Power Feed
    • Cabinet Density – Up To 50KW Per Cabinet
    • Concurrently Maintainable Infrastructure
    • Carrier-Neutral Facility

    Download the Texas 1 Top Ten Features and you will better understand how this owner/operated data center is built to protect critical data and scale with your infrastructure needs.

  • Houston 2 Specifications

    Houston 2 Specifications

    Houston 2 is the premier data center in the Houston metroplex. Built three-feet above the 500 year floodplain, Houston 2 is a 185-mile wind rated building. The specification sheet provides in-depth details for customers to assess their infrastructure, network and security needs.

    Houston 2 Specifications

    Houston 2 is now open for business and is Data Foundry’s largest purpose-built data center situated on 18 acres in North Houston. The 350,000 SF Houston 2 data center features 11+ On-Net fiber carriers and 60 megawatt power capacity.

  • Houston 2 is a carrier neutral premium data center that provides colocation, managed services and dedicated customer office space.

    Houston 2 Top 10 Features

    Houston 2 Data Center is located in North Houston on Data Foundry’s 18-acre campus. The premier, carrier- neutral data center is equipped to handle any sized colocation deployment and offers 60,000 sq. ft. dedicated customer space, as well as many other unique features.

    Houston 2 Top 10 Features

    Houston 2 is a premium purpose-built facility, and recognized as the best data center in the Houston metroplex. The facility is equipped to handle any sized colocation deployment and power density requirements, learn more about the Top Ten Features, which include:

    • Dual Power Feeds
    • Extreme Power Density – Up To 50KW Per Cabinet
    • Carrier-Neutral Facility
    • No Ramps & No Stairs (Depressed Slab Design)
    • Technology Briefing Center

    Download the Houston 2 Top Ten Features to learn more about the how this owner/operated data center is uniquely built to protect critical data and scale with your infrastructure needs.

  • Austin 1

    Austin 1 Specifications

    Austin 1 Data Center features fully redundant UPS power equipment, in addition to an energy-efficient cooling system. Onsite engineers and security ensure the highest-level of service and protection 24x7x365 . The specification sheet provides in-depth details for customers to assess their infrastructure, network and security needs.

    Austin 1 Specifications

    Located in Austin, TX, Austin 1 is a 40,000 SF data center powered by a dedicated 400 MW substation Austin 1 offers connections to 15+ network providers and also offers redundant fiber transport to Texas 1, our flagship 250,000 SF Austin facility. Austin 1 utilizes a FM-200 fire suppression system and employs advanced security systems, including biometric access controls, keeping your equipment safe and secure.

  • Houston 1 Specifications

    Houston 1 Specifications

    Houston 1 Data Center is centrally located in the Galleria business district and features redundant power feeds from separate power grids. The specification sheet provides in-depth details for customers to assess their infrastructure, network and security needs.

    Houston 1 Specifications

    An established data center resource for the Houston Business community, Houston 1 has been operated by Data Foundry since 1997, and offers a wide range of premium colocation options. Houston 1 also provides 24x7x365 support and security, along with top of the line fire suppression systems and biometric access control.

  • Texas 1 Data Center Checklist

    Texas 1 Data Center Checklist

    Assess your power, cooling, network and other critical requirements using a checklist that provides the key criteria and framework to compare data center providers and help in your evaluation.

    Texas 1 Data Center Checklist

    Choosing the right data center provider to securely house your company’s computer systems, networking, and other technology components is a crucial decision for any business. From the facility’s infrastructure to the staff that will support your business and keep your equipment secure, our Data Center Checklist outlines the key factors to consider when evaluating data centers and colocation.

    To learn more about the key factors to consider when evaluating data center providers, complete the form below to download the checklist.

  • Austin Risk Assessment

    Austin Risk Assessment

    Central Texas is considered one of the safest locations for colocation and mission-critical operations due to the low-risk for natural disasters. To help illustrate this point, we have highlighted the five most common disaster concerns in a risk assessment map.

    Austin Risk Assessment

    Austin, TX is one of the safest areas of the country for data center operation. Compared to most major cities, Austin has an extremely low risk of being affected by a disaster. From tornados to nuclear disasters, this risk assessment document highlights the five most common disaster concerns for the Central Texas region and their potential impact on Austin and Data Foundry’s Texas 1 data center.

    • Floods
    • Tornados
    • Hurricanes
    • Earthquakes
    • Nuclear Disasters

    Download the Austin Risk Assessment document for more details on how Austin’s locations and Texas 1’s design mitigate the risk associated with these disaster concerns.

Service Brochures

  • Structured Cabling Brochure

    Structured Cabling Brochure

    Our infrastructure team designs and implements world-class structured cabling inside and outside our data centers. Our work is warrantied for the lifetime of your deployment.

    Structured Cabling Brochure

    Data Foundry provides highly-customizable structured cabling services and infrastructure setup both onsite and outside of our data centers to meet your organization’s needs. Our certifed technicians deliver nothing less than world class, clean-cut craftsmanship and a scalable setup using premium materials. We stand by our work with onsite support and part replacement that lasts the lifetime of your deployment.

  • Structured Cabling Brochure

    DDoS Mitigation Brochure

    We provide our customers with a fully managed, hybrid DDoS solution that utilizes behavioral-based protection and profile optimization. Our mitigation technology is always on and monitored 24x7x365.

    DDoS Mitigation Brochure

    Data Foundry’s DDoS Attack Mitigation Service is a sophisticated, network-based cyber attack mitigation solution. It is a fully-managed service and a hybrid solution that harnesses on-premises detection and mitigation technologies in addition to cloud-based volumetric attack-scrubbing measures.

White Papers

  • Selecting the Best Data Center for Disaster Recovery

    Selecting the Best Data Center for Disaster Recovery

    There are 10 key factors to consider when selecting a data center for disaster recovery.

    Selecting the Best Data Center for Disaster Recovery

    Selecting the right data center for disaster recovery readiness is a crucial and complex decision every company must make. We understand the importance of these types of decisions, that’s why we have compiled a list of the 10 key factors every organization should consider when looking for a disaster recovery data center solution.

    To learn more about the key factors to consider when evaluating a data center for disaster recovery, complete the form to download the white paper.

  • The Truth About Dual Power Feeds

    The Truth About Dual Power Feeds

    The truth about dual power feeds is simple; they are not all truly redundant feeds. Data center power configurations are complex and often times misleading.

    The Truth About Dual Power Feeds

    Data center power configurations are complex and the terms used to describe them can be misleading. The term “dual feed” is often misused by data center operators when describing the power configuration of their facility.

    This white paper explains the classification system for data center power feeds and provides the pros/cons of each configuration.

    • Class 1 – Single Feed
    • Class 2 – Single Substation
    • Class 3 – Dual Substations
    • Class 4 – True Dual Feed

    To learn the truth about dual power feeds, download our white paper.

  • 5 Pillars of a World-Class Data Center

    5 Pillars of a World-Class Data Center

    Learn about the five characteristics of a true world-class data center (WCDC) – one that offers an organization the highest attainable level of reliability, flexibility, scalability…

    5 Pillars Of A World-class Data Center

    IT leaders know the importance of being able to meet their organization’s increasing expectations for uptime, scalability and security. Their data center represents a critical piece of the solution. Done right, a data center can give an organization a competitive advantage by providing uninterrupted, problem-free operations and the flexibility to accommodate evolving business requirements and growth.

    However, not all data centers are created equal. This paper defines the five foundational characteristics of a true world-class data center (WCDC). A WCDC provides customers the best operational experience, highest confidence and the lowest risk of issue related to the compromise of your data and operations.

    To learn about the 5 Pillars of a World Class Data Center, complete the form to download the white paper.

  • Purpose-Built VS Retrofit

    Purpose-Built VS Retrofit

    There are four key areas of difference between purpose-built and retrofit data centers. Download our white paper to find out if your data center is retrofit or purpose-built…

    Purpose-built VS Retrofit

    In today’s hypercompetitive business climate, you can’t afford distractions.

    Your data center should enable you to focus on your business, not force you to worry about the safety and reliability of your mission-critical infrastructure. However, this is not the case with many of today’s data centers. These retrofit facilities are designed with compromise in mind.

    Compared to retrofit buildings, purpose-built data centers (PBDC) are designed and constructed from the ground up for data center use. These facilities can provide more uptime, better security, more convenience and reduced risk. They offer a certain comfort and confidence that only comes with knowing your infrastructure is colocated in a facility that was purposefully built to house it.

    Our white paper, Purpose-Built vs. Retrofitted Data Centers, details four key areas of difference between retrofit and purpose-built.

    • Strategic Location
    • Weather Resilience
    • Customer-centric Design
    • Robust Infrastructure

    Find out if your data center is retrofit or purpose-built by downloading our white paper.

Case Studies

  • Birkman International

    Birkman International

    Birkman International, a 53-year-old firm based in Houston, Texas, is one of the top personal and career assessment companies in the world. Demand for Birkman’s…

  • Delta Rigging & Tools

    Delta Rigging & Tools

    Delta Rigging and Tools (DR&T) is the largest U.S. provider of industrial lifting products and services, serving Oil & Gas, Energy and other markets…

  • Ignite 360

    Ignite 360

    Ignite 360, is a Software as a Service (SaaS) provider that offers robust cloud-based solutions. Ignite 360 required a facility that would enable flexible scalability…

  • Amplify Credit Union

    Amplify Credit Union

    Amplify Credit Union is an Austin–based, member-owned financial institution with over 42,000 members. While it’s grown tremendously, its first priority has…

Infographics

  • Hurricane Disaster Recovery Infographic

    Hurricane Disaster Recovery Infographic

    Read our Hurricane Disaster Recovery infographic to see if your company passes the grade for Disaster recovery readiness…

  • Hurricane Disaster Recovery Infographic

    DDoS Infographic

    Learn how DDoS attacks have increased and evolved from 2015 to 2016.

Videos

  • Take Back Your Internet Privacy Panel - SXSW 2015

    “Take Back Your Internet” Privacy Panel – SXSW 2015

    We had a discussion that examined what the recent proposals by the FCC and Congress mean for the future of the Internet. The panelists help make…

  • Internet Privacy Panel at Hostingcon 2014

    Internet Privacy Panel at Hostingcon 2014

    Increased awareness about government surveillance practices has changed the way society understands privacy, values and due process of the law, leaving individuals…

  • Houston 2 Construction Time Lapse

    Time Lapse Video: Houston 2 Data Center Construction

    As a purpose-built data center, no compromises were made with Houston 2. The time lapse spans from initial dirt move to final completion with information bubbles to help point out special construction points. Houston 2 opened for business on July 1, 2015.

  • Data Foundry Houston 2 Ground Breaking

    Data Foundry Houston 2 Ground Breaking

    The ground breaking ceremony was held at 660 Greens Parkway, the site of Data Foundry’s newly planned Houston 2 data center, a 350,000 square foot…

  • TBYI 2014

    “Take Back Your Internet” Privacy Panel – SXSW 2014

    We had a spirited Online Privacy discussion that covered the cultural, political and technological issues that affect online privacy…

  • Texas 1 Construction Time Lapse

    Time Lapse Video of Texas 1 Construction

    Texas 1, the first purpose-built, carrier-neutral data center in the Central Texas region opened for business on July 20th, 2011.

  • Texas 1 Ground Breaking Ceremony

    Data Foundry Texas 1 Ground Breaking Ceremony

    On Tuesday, August 3, 2010, Data Foundry’s executive team broke ground on the first phase of a $150 million, 250,000-square-foot data center, Texas 1, located in Austin, Texas.

  • Houston 2 Data Center Grand Opening Celebration

    Grand Opening Celebration for Houston 2

    Data Foundry hosted the Grand Opening celebration for their newest data center Houston 2. More than two hundred attendees shared in the festivities and toured the facility to see firsthand what goes into a premier colocation environment in a purpose built data center.