The 3,000 sq. ft. Irving Cancer Research Center's Data Center provides a state-of-the-art server hosting environment, including fault tolerant network configurations, a 10 Gbps Ethernet core, direct links to the Columbia University backbone, and advanced power and cooling.

Equipment hosting comes in two tiers: high density and low density. High-density racks are equipped to power and dissipate 20 kW per rack and are intended for high-performance computing applications; low-density racks provide 5 kW of power and cooling per rack, and offer an ideal environment for traditional server hosting.

Purchasing server hosting services

Department of Systems Biology Information Technology (DSBIT) hosts servers for members of the Columbia University research community. Pricing depends on the number of racks of servers that a client requires.

Visit Pricing for more information about our rates.