Our technical services center in Orlando, Florida encompasses a HIPAA and PCI compliant 35,000 sq. ft. data center as well as a network operations center (NOC) serving customers 24x7x365. From this location, we provide colocation, private cloud, network operations, business continuity, user support, and security operations services.
The Orlando, Florida center serves as a backup facility to our technical services center in Trumbull, Connecticut.
Corserva owns its own data center in Orlando, Florida. The 7.5 acre, fully fenced, gated facility is 70,000 sq. ft. total with 35,000 sq. ft. of raised floor today, expandable to 50,000 sq. ft. of raised floor. The facility is fully certified SSAE 16 Type II.
Network Operations Center
Housed within Corserva’s Orlando facility is a fully staffed NOC providing performance monitoring 24x7x365 for Corserva clients. From the NOC, we provide monitoring and remediation of traditional IT infrastructure and IoT devices, including network equipment, servers, storage, desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. For each device type, there is a performance monitoring template that defines the device parameters to be monitored, the threshold to be used for alerting, and the measurement frequency for that device.
A major expansion of the Orlando facility is underway to add a new technology innovation center, an incubator, and an accelerator.
The technology innovation center is a working showcase with flexible configurations built to represent various use cases focused on the hospitality, entertainment, and financial services industries. Participants in the innovation center can see, feel, and touch various hardware and software technologies specific to an industry. This hands on capability enables participants to understand advanced functionality as it would be deployed on-site, and perform deep dives into the nuances of multiple technologies working together and across platforms. Private lab space is also available to provide clients with the opportunity to execute compatibility and integration testing of new technologies and legacy systems.
With the support of industry funding and the collaboration of educational institutions, the incubator is a place where entrepreneurs and small startups can build upon their new ideas in a shared workspace. Industry leaders will serve as advisors, review business plans and prototypes, and observe initial development processes. For those ideas that have an opportunity for broader industry support, financial investments will be available to further develop scalable industry solutions in the accelerator.