Data Center in Phoenix, AZ

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Comarch’s Phoenix facility is the newest addition to our growing number of data centers. Opened in 2024, the Phoenix Metro Area Data Center is a high-class data storage and processing center. With state-of-the-art technology, it offers top-tier physical security, an uninterruptible power supply supported by standby diesel generators, and advanced cooling systems. The Phoenix data center adheres to TIA942/Rated-3 compliance standards.

The facility represents a significant step in advancing data management and protection by offering a comprehensive suite of services, from managed services and cloud hosting to colocation, disaster recovery, and backup services.

Data Center Services

Scope of Services

Phoenix Data Center in Numbers 

Why Comarch Data Center?
  • Full technological stack delivery under one contract
  • Common SLA parameters for all elements of the solution
  • Vendor lock-in avoidance / open platform components
  • Precise control on costs of the infrastructure

  • 24x7 technical assistance for all hardware and software issues
  • Internal path of escalation and very short RTO (incl. DB restore)
  • Data processing in a specific location
  • Client-specific requirements in terms of hosting

Phoenix Data Center Specs

  • 32,000 total sq. ft
  • 16,000 sq. ft of data center space
  • 320 rack capacity
  • Class A office space including shared office, conference rooms and break rooms
  • Total critical IT load: 2MW
  • Power densities available up to 12kW per rack
  • Diverse power distribution to the data vault
  • 2N redundancy per vault (UPS, PDU, Generator support systems)
  • 72-hour fuel storage capacity
  • 24x7x365 Security and Operations team
  • 24x7x365 CCTV monitoring
  • Fenced campus with centralized, electronic access control system
  • 3-factor access controls: fingerprint scan, key card, and PIN
  • Mantrap system and tailgating prevention
  • Multi-factor authentication throughout facility
  • Carrier-neutral
  • Access to two on-site providers
  • Two diverse fiber entry points
  • Two building-owned and managed
  • Meet-Me-Rooms (MMR)
  • Air-cooled chillers with airside economizers
  • Fan coil wall cooling design with hot aisle containment and N+1 redundancy in the vaults
  • Cooling design to ASHRAE 20-Year extreme conditions
  • SOC1 (ISAE3402)
  • SOC2
  • ISO 27001
  • Designed to meet Tier III and TIA 942 standards


Fire Protection
  • Aspiration smoke detection (VESDA)
  • Gas-based fire suppression
  • Fire resistant walls
  • Centrally monitored alarm system
Additional Amenities
  • Gated delivery and loading area
  • Crash carts, rack, and server lifts
  • Free secure guest WiFi
  • On-site parking and storage

Why Phoenix, Arizona?

  • Geographical and Climate Stability: The Phoenix Area has a minimal risk of natural disasters and weather-related disruptions, ensuring data center resilience.
  • Tax Advantages: Arizona is a business-friendly state with multiple tax incentives for entrepreneurs and data center customers.
  • Talent Pool: The Phoenix job market offers a diverse pool of well-motivated talent, ensuring a skilled workforce for the data center's operational and support needs.
  • Specialized Technology Corridor: Mesa's Technology Corridor provides a reliable electricity grid, stable energy sources, and lightning-fast fiber internet.
  • Proximity to Industry Giants: Close proximity to Apple, Google, Meta (Facebook), and NTT data centers validates Phoenix's status as a prime location for data-centric operations.
  • Data Center in Phoenix, AZ

    3223 S Ellsworth Rd,
    Mesa, AZ 85212

    Tel: +48 12 646 1000
    Fax: +48 12 646 1100

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