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DIT Web Solutions Inc. was founded in 2004 and has been providing superior web hosting services to a variety of customers.
We frequently update our systems to stay ahead in this fast-paced industry. Our customers expect the latest technology at their fingertips which is why we are investing into future growth and expansion.
Our Data Center
Our servers are located in state of the art data centres, in multiple locations across the world. This is one the most prestigious and premier hubs for all electronic data.
Our facility features more than 25 diverse fiber-optic points of entry (POE) into the building, giving our customers total flexibility in terms of service.
It is a highly-secured facility and offers a 24 x 7 uniformed security desk, cameras throughout, door entry-card access, a front door "mantrap" for controlled entry and limited, supervised access to all secured areas.
A reliable source of primary power is of paramount importance to our customers' mission-critical operations. The building features two incoming underground 13.8kV feeds (one of which is fully redundant and can be switched on seamlessly via an automatic protection and control mechanism)
Emergency (Back-up) Power
In order to sustain the load during possible power disruptions, the building has twenty-five diesel generators which equals A TREMENDOUS amount of power (23,165 kVA).
The facility features "Enwave," Toronto's deep-water cooling system. This offers us an economical and efficient method of cooling, given the higher-than-normal cooling requirements.
Diesel Fuel Farm
Our location area features 4 environmentally-compliant diesel fuel storage facilities which can house up to 44,000 gallons of fuel for generators. Tanks are both tenant and building-owned. The building's location on the site permits easy access for both refueling trucks and roll-up generators, ensuring that facilities enjoy 7 × 24 × 365 operation during any emergency.
Our location is engineered to accommodate the additional weight and vibration of equipment. The building features a grid-iron network of structural steel on the lower and upper roofs to accommodate cooling towers, generators, chillers and condensers.