Philadelphia Technology Park
Recovery Networks’ primary data center is located within a state-of-the-art, 25,700 square foot facility. Philadelphia Technology Park is a high-density, high-redundancy data center facility at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
Our data center was built to meet the requirements of the Uptime Institute for scalable power, cooling infrastructure and enhanced security. Philadelphia Technology Park is the first facility in Philadelphia built to handle power and cooling for high-density 10KW+ racks and blade servers.
The infrastructure is well-suited to accommodate the communication and Internet-reliant services provided by Recovery Networks. The building was built above the 500 year floodplain. It features dual commercial power feeds, N+1 redundant electrical design and distribution, automatic switching from primary to backup power supply, completely isolated ground system, fully redundant uninterruptable power supplies (UPS), multiple diesel generators, and on-site fuel tanks. The space has Clean Agent FM 200 multi-zone fire protection system, Multi-zoned, dry-pipe, dual interlocked pre-action fire protection system, below-floor water detection system and enhanced environmental controls.
Baltimore Technology Park
In addition to our primary Data Center facility in Philadelphia, Recovery Networks has a secondary location in the Baltimore Technology Park (BTP) in Baltimore, MD. BTP, a 30,000 square foot facility. It is a highly redundant data center facility in downtown Baltimore that enables large and small enterprises a scalable network presence in a secured.
Recovery Networks replicates backup data stored in our primary facility to the BTP. As a result, our clients benefit from having two redundant sites available for their data storage needs.
Both of our facilities are equipped with:
Dual commercial power feeds
N+1 redundant electrical design and distribution
Automatic switching from primary to backup power supply
Completely isolated ground system
Fully redundant uninterruptable power supplies (UPS)
Diesel generator backup
Onsite fuel tank