Maintec Technologies Opens Data Center in Morrisville
Maintec Technologies is an outsourcing company in Raleigh, North Carolina. Maintec Technologies started its operation in 1998 based in Bangalore, India. Maintec Technologies focuses on providing remediation services and IBM training services on Mainframe platform. Maintec Technologies maintains a complete data center in Bangalore staffed with system programmers and software engineers. Maintec is an IBM approved software service providers in Authorized Training Partners (ATP) and Software Service Providers (SSP).
Maintec Technologies started a new data center in Raleigh, North Carolina. This new data center has 8, 000 sq ft of data center space and constructed to cater mainframe colocation and managed mainframe
Sonny Gupta CEO of Maintec Technologies said, “Whether for safety from hurricanes and floods, to free up office space, or to access hard-to-find mainframe staff, mainframe colocation is catching on today. From one rack up to 4,000 square feet, we are ready to be your mainframe data center. Maintec has the complete infrastructure and expert staff for 24/7/365 mainframe support. Depending on your needs, we provide mainframe colocation, mainframe raised floor space and/or mainframe managed services.” Mr. Gupta added, “Companies with from 20 to 1,000 MIPS find us extremely cost effective. Plus, Morrisville is 200 miles inland, so safe from flooding like that Hurricane Sandy recently unleashed on York, New Jersey and other coastal areas,”
Some of the features of this new mainframe colocation data center are:
- 8, 000 sq ft of total space
- Two entrances, both are secured by an electronic combination lock
- Raised floor center with command center
- Constant 70deg temperature
- UPS with backup of 150 KW Natural Gas Generator
- Installed with a Constant building monitoring system with CCTV cameras
- Fire protection system
- Liebert CRAC air conditioning systems
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