Redundancy and Diversity Create Reliability
Over 15 Years Of Continuous Critical Systems Uptime, And Counting.
Our generators and UPS systems are designed at N+1 configuration with 2N distribution paths
FORTRUST’S Power is:
FORTRUST does not rely on a utility source for redundancy, but rather uses multiple feeds for capacity. We can operate autonomously from the utility grid.
Our electrical and HVAC systems are concurrently maintainable, meaning that maintenance can be performed without maintenance windows or potential impact to customers. This redundancy ensures that maintenance activities do not affect redundant circuits to computer racks or cabinets.
FORTRUST’s Denver data center receives power from two utility grids via two feeds supplied by the North and Mapleton sub-stations from Xcel Energy at 13,200 volts. FORTRUST does not rely on the utility source(s) for any redundancy, but rather uses the multiple feeds for capacity. FORTRUST utilizes the utility provider only as an economical alternative to producing the primary source of reliable power from our own generators.