Terremark Federal leverages the infrastructure at the NAP of the Americas to create customized data center solutions built according to physical security standards for the most security conscious entities in the USG. The entire 3rd floor (150,000 sq. ft.) of the NAP of the Americas facility has been designed to house critical USG requirements and has enhanced security infrastructure and procedures to support existing contracts.
Terremark Federal currently has 4,000 sq. ft. and 2,000 sq. ft. secure suites built to DCID 6/9 physical security standards ready for immediate occupancy; another roughly 40,000 sq. ft. of space that can be designed and built in 90 days from contract execution, as well as another 60,000 sq. ft. that can be designed and built in six months' time.
Terremark Federal's Herndon Technical Center (HTC) in Northern Virginia provides a technical laboratory and colocation space for Federal customers. The HTC is a locked-down data center facility that controls access via numerous layers of physical and electronic security devices.
The NAP of the Americas and HTC are interconnected via four physically diverse high-capacity fiber-optic routes enabling services performed in one location to be duplicated in or delivered to the other. HTC and the NAP have secure network operations centers that monitor the networks brought together within HTC, as well as the NAP of the Americas.
HTC is an infinitely configurable environment that serves as a hub to network other governmental facilities together. HTC has more than 60,000 sq. ft. available for office, data storage, application hosting and laboratory, staging or COOP/disaster recovery use. In addition to 13 fiber carriers that service HTC, HTC has access to international routes via the NAP of the Americas.
Secure colocation suites built to DCID 6/9 physical security standards
13 Fiber carriers, 3 dark fiber carriers on site
Satellite communications capabilities
With the construction of the NAP of the Capital Region, the area's first world-class secure data center campus, Terremark's suite of services and technologies are more accessible to the federal marketplace than ever before. Strategically located 60 miles from Washington D.C. in Culpeper, Va., the NAP of the Capital Region (NCR) opened in June 2008 as the most secure and technologically sophisticated data center campus in the eastern United States. The design of the NCR’s 30-acre campus, which can accommodate up to five, 50,000 sq. ft. independent data centers and one 72,000 sq. ft. office building, was developed to exceed Federal security standards for a data communications and hosting facility. This ground-breaking design resulted in a data center campus that meets the needs of today’s power, space and bandwidth-intensive mission-critical applications and hot/warm sites for COOP/disaster recovery environments.
Construction of Additional Data Centers at NAP of the Capital Region Campus is Launched
With more than 75 percent of the data center space within the NCR campus' existing facilities contracted and a robust pipeline for Terremark's leading-edge IT infrastructure solutions from Federal agencies and large enterprises, construction has commenced on the additional data center space on the campus. Final buildout will feature five 50,000 sq. ft. buildings and six 100,000 sq. ft. buildings for a total of 850,000 sq. ft. of raised floor space when complete, which will provide additional world-class datacenter space for colocation hosting, cloud computing, managed hosting, COOP/disaster recovery and secure information services.
Office Building at NAP of the Capital Region Opens
Terremark has opened a 72,000 sq. ft. headquarters building at the NCR campus. The building includes a 150-seat auditorium built to the Federal government's physical security standards and approximately 50,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space that can be built to meet specific customer demands.
Along with the highly secure meeting and office space available to Federal government and enterprise customers, NCR's headquarters building will be home to Terremark's newest, state-of-the-art Network Operations Center (NOC) and conference rooms featuring advanced audiovisual and teleconferencing equipment to connect Terremark employees and customers worldwide. The building, which will also house the company's on-campus staff, is equipped with fully redundant backup systems for power and cooling infrastructure.