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What is the level of redundancy?

Our Phoenix data center space is powered by (4) 10MW feeds from the local utility. This power is split off into a complete A/B configuration. The power is backed up by battery power and N+1 2MW Cummins generators. The facility is cooled by an N+1 chiller plant and N+4 CRAH units. Our upstream fiber connections enter at different corners of our business park. Our Mac mini colocation cabinets have redundant access to all of the fiber coming into the building. BGP routing ensures that if one connection goes down, traffic will move to the available connections.