High-Density, State-of-the-Art
Data Center (4590 Canada Way)

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    eStruxture’s VAN-3 data center is set within a 54,000 square foot facility and boasts over 25,000 square feet of server cabinet space, electrical distribution, cooling, and backup UPS and diesel generator systems. Close to the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) and the Trans-Canada highway, the facility is in a convenient location proximal to stable, plentiful power and existing dense fiber optic infrastructure.

    VAN-3 enhances redundancy for eStruxture customers, thanks to a dedicated fiber ring between VAN-1 and VAN-3 facilities, as well as direct connectivity to Vancouver’s primary carrier hotel at 555 Hastings.

    High Power Density Available

    with a total capacity of 10MW


    All major carriers will be on site

    Innovative Design

    highly secure and environmentally conscious

    Strategic Burnaby Location

    close to BCIT and the Trans-Canada highway


    Power density up to 30kW a cabinet

    10MW of critical IT load

    N+1 UPS solution

    Diesel generator backup


    High-density, refrigerant-based cooling modules

    Hot aisle/cold aisle containment

    N+1 free cooling design


    24/7/365 video surveillance and monitoring

    24/7/365 security officer

    Mantrap only access

    Secure loading bay

    Burnaby Data Center

    What is geo-redundancy and why is it important?

    Geo-redundancy is the physical separation of data centers between geographic regions. It replicates data between two geographically distant sites so that applications can switch from one site to another in the event of an unexpected outage or catastrophic event (such as fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, etc.) and still maintain the configuration data necessary for SLA enforcement available at the secondary, remote site. By physically separating servers in geographically diverse data centers, customers are guaranteed to have at least one location up and running.

    With fifteen data center locations across Canada, eStruxture customers benefit from geo-redundant protection, an ever-growing ecosystem of network, cloud and managed services providers as well as a commitment to environmental responsibility, and high security and compliance standards.

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