Cavern Technologies Case Study

December 7, 2020 Barbara Boutin

Cavern Technologies relies on Schneider Electric’s solution platform to better service its colocation customers. Being situated within a 3 million-square-foot limestone bunker, 125 feet under the Kansas prairie, with 18-20 foot high ceilings beneath a layer of shale, makes Cavern Technologies colocation data center unlike other subterranean facilities.

What’s also different about Cavern Technologies’ 300,000 square feet — its walled, private customer suites with individual views of power. This visibility is made possible through Schneider Electric’s open, interoperable, IoT-enabled EcoStruxure system architecture and platform. EcoStruxure’s Asset Advisor combines the components of EcoStruxture IT’s on-premise StruxureWare for Data Centers (DCIM suite) with the ExcoStruxure IT app (mobile app) for instant access from anywhere, with Schneider Electric’s Service Bureau (24/7 monitoring) to offer 24/7 data driven predictive service for business continuity, vendor neutral asset risk management via sensors and cloud-based monitoring tools, and expert service bureau with recommendations and proactive resolutions. These offerings make Cavern Technologies particularly suited to the regulated industries it serves — financial, healthcare, insurance and technology.

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