The Boston Data Centers Project is a smart grid project located in Boston, Massachusetts, US.
The Boston Data Centers Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced grid infrastructure project with a rated capacity of 18MW. It is implemented in the data centre.
The Boston Data Centers Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Data Center
– The Boston data center campus is engineered to ensure IT infrastructure resides in a physically and logically secure space. – Designed to N+1 redundancy, these tightly controlled, colocation facilities include redundant utility feeds and are backed by a 100% power uptime SLA and humidity and temperature SLAs. – Critical exterior walls, doors and windows are constructed of materials that provide UL Standard #752, Level III Ballistic Protection. – A hub for over 160 companies, the Boston campus is network diverse—offering cross-connect access to an ecosystem of network, hosting and storage providers. – Energy Star Certified data center with 107,500 sq/ft raised floor space and access to 18 MW of utility power.
Celsia SA ESP (Celsia), formerly Compania Colombiana de Inversiones SA ESP, a subsidiary of Grupo Argos SA, is an energy company that generates, transmits, distributes, and sells electricity. The company’s product categories include home line, solar energy, backup energy, thermal network, efficent lighting, electricity assets, cogeneration, energy efficiency and conventional energy. It generates energy through reservoir, hydroelectric power plants, thermo electric power plants, and wind power plants. Celsia’s transmission services comprise taking energy from the power generation plants to the points used in the municipalities’ rural and urban areas. It serves residential, official, commercial, and industrial users. The company operates through power generation plants located in Colombia, Panama and Costa Rica. Celsia is headquartered in Medellin, Colombia.
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