Property Insight, a wholly owned division of Fidelity National Financial, has selected DataSite Orlando to accommodate the company’s expanding data center facility needs and the high power density of its new IT systems and infrastructure. 1,050 sq ft of customized data center space with dedicated and redundant power distribution will go online in mid-2010 to house the company’s data center.

“DataSite Orlando is perfectly positioned to meet the data center requirements of clients with significant floor space and power needs,” said Rob Wilson, director of sales and marketing for DataSite Orlando. “We are providing our clients with world class data center facilities at a fraction of the cost to build and maintain their own facility. Around the clock management of security and critical infrastructure frees our clients to focus their efforts on their core competency instead of operating a data center.”

Dual 12.4 kilovolt underground power feeds from diverse utility substations combined with multiple uninterruptable power supplies (UPS), battery rooms, and jet turbine generators power the DataSite Orlando facility continuously. The Tier 3 facility is SAS-70 Type II Certified and the concurrent maintainability means zero scheduled down time.

Property Insight provides property information, document and map images through a regional network of offices and operations engaged in data collection, research, and electronic data delivery. The company’s products help customers locate, assemble, and analyze information needed to assure the safe transfer and financing of real property.

“DataSite met all of our technical needs and we are looking forward to the relationship,” John Rutroff of Property Insight said.

With 85,000 sq ft of raised floor, the DataSite Orlando facility offers fully customizable suites in wide-ranging sizes, multiple uninterruptable power systems, 24-hour security and surveillance, biometrically-controlled access, advanced water-cooling capabilities, and other features essential for operating a world-class data center.