Precept operate from second enterprise level data centre site in Belfast.
It is approximately 4 miles from the primary data centre location, situated in what is known as the NISP (Northern Ireland Science Park).
The site is a second POP (point of presence) for the same data-centre provider (Atlas Communications).
The site is also ISO 27001 certified. Their certificate is available for reference.
Precept decided to have multiple data centres closely coupled to our own Private Network. If you want real security then come and talk to us about mirroring your Private Cloud. It’s so easy with us as there is no problem accommodating the way you want to configure your servers or network as we own it all and can be as flexible as you need. Call us on 0800 122 3010
Have a look at this story below from the Register.
A fire on the fourth floor of Belfast’s Telephone House tore through a BT data centre, burning the customers of affected ISPs, as well as those seeking to access several government websites.
The major incident – which is not being treated as suspicious – was attended by several fire crews, backed up by six fire engines, an “aerial appliance” (a glorified cherry-picker) and a command support unit at 05:08 this morning.
Eight fire fighters, garbed in breathing apparatus, were sent into the building to attack the fire, which was successfully extinguished.
“Today’s incident disrupted the power supply to the data centre only,” said a BT spokesman, and “no customer data or equipment was damaged”, adding that “a number of customers were affected”.
Asked whether BT is concerned that this issue might affect its other data centres, the telecoms giant responded with a resounding “no”.