Subisu has brought its largest modular data center into operation. One of the kind, it is the largest data center to come into use in Nepal.
Nepal’s one of the leading ISPs Subisu Cablenet Ltd. has started a modular data center. Set up at Baluwatar, the company started building its data center during the Covid-19 pandemic. Finally, after two years, it has come into formal operation.
Subisu has fitted in it, advanced hardware that is efficient and durable. According to Ram Krishna Pariyar, Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of the company all the necessary materials such as racks and switches for the data center came from Vertiv. Vertiv is an American equipment supplier for data centers.
Subisu has also arranged for an alternative power backup during outages. The company has set up a double power system with a capacity of 40 kW in the first and 70 kW in the second line. These are arranged in two lines with 8×8 racks to keep the data center running round the clock.
In terms of capacity, the data center has a server running with a 16 Tbps download and upload speed. Subisu says its modular data center has ‘One Plus One’ protection.
Subisu has brought the data center for its own service upgrade. But the CTO Pariyar says it will be open to use for other companies in the future.
For its protection, the data center is installed at a separate building and can withstand tremors up to 8 Richter Scale. It can also receive and execute commands remotely. Pariyar also shared that the data center is a tier 2.5 hardware in ratings but it has not been officially measured.
If you were not aware, Subisu has recently launched premium internet plans under the tag ‘Super Raftaar‘ offer. This top-tier package comprises a 650 Mbps plan for heavy internet users. For others, they can resort to other high-speed packagers such as 350 Mbps and 200 Mbps for residential use. The packages come with up to 4 ClearTV (IPTV) subscriptions too. Find the comprehensive list ofSubisu internet packages, prices, and offers here.
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