Our Nine Infrastructure
Two separate data
With the option Cert+, we run your server in an ISO 27001 certified data
Nine has two separate locations in Zurich. The production servers and backups are split between two locations. Both data centres are connected to one another using a redundant dark fibre ring. This connection allows for the redundant exchange of data between the two data centres at a speed of 2 x 10 Gbps. In addition, the ring connection ensures the high availability: If part of the ring is disrupted, the remaining parts take over the data transfer automatically.
Redundant emergency power systems with diesel generators and batteries.
Redundant climate control
Redundant Internet connectivity. All Nine products have 1 Gbps traffic flat included (except BGP-announcements)
Gas fire extinguisher system
Rigorous access control with biometric fingerprint scanners (at colozueri)
On-site security 24/7 personnel (at e-shelter)
Round-the-clock video surveillance
FINMA compliant facility (at e-shelter)
With the option Cert+ we are running your server in an ISO 27001 certified data center, using the guidelines of FINMA Circular 08/7 "Outsourcing Banks" (at e-shelter).
Cooling is one of the most important components of a data centre. The cooling system type and method are not only responsible for a substantial portion of the power usage, but also define the potential performance density and thus a data centre’s load intensity. Modern data centres use a principle called cold aisle containment, instead of cooling the entire area of the data centre itself.
At Nine, we use this cold aisle design for efficient energy use and are thus making an important contribution to a green IT.
As a further commitment to a green IT, Nine receives its electricity exclusively from renewable energy sources, and with the support of myclimate (certification 2021), we are completely carbon-neutral. Nine customers who would like to run their server product in an eco-friendly manner can easily add the option ‘carbon-neutrality’ to their product via e-mail.