As a Tier III data center located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, West 7 Center is designed to support mission critical workloads and applications. This highly secure, carrier-neutral facility offers ultra-low latency direct connectivity to 16 carriers from three diverse entry points. West 7 Center is an optimal, global hub for telecommunications, Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), Over-the-Top (OTT) content and Content Delivery Network (CDN) providers, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), enterprises and other organizations that require reliable infrastructure to run their operations.
With three levels of underground data center space across 348,000 sq. ft., and nine floors of above-ground office space, the facility meets the requirements needed by organizations to run their core IT infrastructure and operations. This highly reliable facility is supported by two central plants with redundant backup power and cooling capacity, along with enough fuel to support 120 hours of uninterrupted power at full load. Perfect to run core operations, West 7 Center also serves as an ideal backup location to its customers’ primary offices.
22MW of total power, 16.9MW of Generator-backed power
Central Plant - Department of Water & Power via two (2) separate 34.5 KV transmission lines serving four (4) 3,750 KVA transformers.
Central Plant Expansion - Department of Water & Power via one (1) 7,500 KVA transformer. Both the Central Plant and Central Plant Expansion Commercial Power Plants are served by two (2) diverse substations resulting in 22.5 MVA of total capacity.
Central Plant - Emergency Generator Plant is made up of four (4) Detroit Diesel 1,100 kW generators and one (1) Cummins Electric 1,250 kW generator resulting in 5.65 MW of total capacity. Emergency Generator Plant designed and operated to an N+1 redundancy.
Central Plant Expansion - Emergency Generator Plant is made up of five (5) Cummins Electric 2,250 kW generators resulting in 11.25 MW of total capacity. Emergency Generator Plant designed to an N+1 redundancy.
Both the Central Plant and Central Plant Expansion Emergency Generator Plants are supported by three (3) 30,000 gallon underground fuel storage tanks designed to maintain Emergency Generator fuel support at full load for approximately 120 hours.
UPS Power Plant is made of five (5) Emerson Liebert 750 KVA parallel redundant, UPS modules resulting in 3,750 KVA of total capacity.
UPS Power designed and operated in an N + 1 redundancy.
HVAC Plants are designed and operated in an N+1 redundancy.
West 7 Center's chiller plants are made up by four (4) 1,250-ton, three (3) 1,000-ton and two (2) 500-ton centrifugal chillers served by nine (9) cooling towers.