CyrusOne has launched a virtual tour of its 400,000-sq-ft downtown Cincinnati, OH, data center on its website.

 “CyrusOne’s downtown Cincinnati data center is one of the most connected and powered buildings in the Midwest and it also provides customers with a highly secure environment,” said Scott Brueggeman, chief marketing officer. “This virtual tour showcases the notable features of the data center, including impressive redundant power offerings that enable multiple levels of redundancy (2N, N+1, and N) in the same data hall, allowing customers to choose the level that best meets their need and budget.”

Located in the heart of Cincinnati’s downtown business district, CyrusOne’s 400,000-sq-ft data center adjoins the primary telecommunications hub for the Midwest and is located on one of the most stable power grids in the country. It is a carrier-neutral facility with multiple fiber feeds and features six independent power feeds that can provide up to 13 megawatts of power to the fully redundant infrastructure. Used for production colocation, backup, and recovery, and business continuity, the Cincinnati data center is constructed to withstand natural disasters such as floods and tornadoes, and it is considered one of the most secure and fortified buildings in the state of Ohio