Security. Reliability. Scalability. Connectivity.
TESAM is where your mission-critical facilities should be.
Increasingly, organizations are recognizing the benefits of colocating mission-critical equipment within a data center. You can quickly acquire data center space according your needs and provide the flexibility to expand technology infrastructure as far as your company grows. This approach also allows companies to reduce capital and operating expenses necessary to house and protect applications and mission critical systems.
With TESAM Colocation services, your business benefits from working with a single-source provider that understands your colocation needs. With certified engineers and professionals on-site, you can rest assured that your physical needs are in good hands.
Take advantage of carrier-class network environment and the infrastructure services necessary to deploy your assets. Flexibility to administer and access your own equipment and applications without the complications and expense of running your own data center.
The only carrier-neutral facility in the country, outside of the Lima City, allows customers to contract services directly with any carrier for the connectivity and redundancy required.
Within TESAM facilities, customers can request cross-connections or connectivity to our Meet-Me Room to facilitate private interconnectivity between content providers, carriers, Internet Service Providers, etc.
TESAM Datacenter solutions are among the most diverse, redundant and optimized, designed to provide high performance and flexibility by leveraging the network connectivity available through our country and full interconnectivity with the rest of the world with major telecommunications and broadband providers.
Always Available Power
TESAM provides AC and DC power in various configurations of am¬perage and voltage.
Redundancy in power distribution, UPS systems , generator backup and generator fuel.
Structural systems at TESAM Datacenters meet or exceed local building codes for lateral seismic design forces. Equipment and nonstructural components, including cabinets, are anchored and braced.