Data centers

Selectel’s data centers are Tier III compliant and satisfy PCI DSS requirements for banks, payment systems, and e-commerce companies.





Tsvetochnaya 1

St. Petersburg, Ul. Tsvetochnaya. Total area: 1,500 m² Server area: 700 m² Tsvetochnaya 1 houses 200 telecommunication cabinets, precision air conditioners, and redundant UPS clusters.

Tsvetochnaya 2

St. Petersburg, Ul. Tsvetochnaya. Total area: 12,000 m² Server area: 2,450 m² Tsvetochnaya 2 houses 850 server racks, precision air conditioners, and redundant UPS clusters.

Dubrovka 1

Nevskaya Dubrovka. Total area: 1,500 m² Server area: 750 m² Dubrovka 1 houses 240 server racks, precision air conditioners, and redundant UPS clusters.

Dubrovka 2

Nevskaya Dubrovka. Total area: 1,500 m² Server area: 800 m² Dubrovka 2 houses 240 server racks, precision air conditioners, and redundant UPS clusters.

Dubrovka 3

Nevskaya Dubrovka. Total area: 1,500 m² Server area: 800 m² Dubrovka 3 houses 250 server racks, precision air conditioners, and redundant UPS clusters.

Berzarina

Moscow, Ul. Berzarina. Total area: 900 m² Server area: 500 m² Berzarina houses 160 telecommunication cabinets, precision air conditioners, and redundant UPS clusters.

Why Choose Selectel?

Enhanced security

Surveillance cameras provide 24-hour monitoring of all onsite activity. Entry to data centers is strictly controlled by armed-guards and server rooms can only be accessed by magnetic cards.

Uninterruptible power

Automatic transfer switches and UPS clusters guarantee the uninterrupted operation of our data centers. A 24-hour fuel supply is maintained on-site and, if necessary, can quickly be replenished.

Precision environment

Server rooms are cooled based on the hot and cold aisle principle. Equipment heats air in the hot aisles, which is then cooled by precision air conditioners. The air is then channeled through the raised floor, where it enters the cold aisle and cools the equipment.

Connectivity

Selectel’s data network is built on its redundant fiber-optic lines. These connect to the primary traffic exchange points in Moscow and St. Petersburg.

Maintenance

Engineers continuously monitor the status of equipment and fiber-optic lines and are quick to respond to any issue. Faults in the fiber-optic network can be located with an accuracy of one meter.