Otemachi Internet Data Center
Located in Otemachi, the heart of Business and Internet in Japan.
Powerfully supports broadband businesses.
Provides top level of network environment and services.
Highly appraised as a B-to-B and B-to-C information transmission base.
OiDC is housed in a state-of-the-art and high-tech intelligent building featuring an antiseismic construction for this data center to ensure an extremely reliable power supply, air conditioning system, gas special fire utilities, solid security management systems and other advanced facilities. What's more, since the Center and neighboring IX (internet interconnectivity point) are directly connected by optical fiber, it is possible to provide a large capacity, high quality internet environment across a high band to suit the broadband era. We also support operation and monitoring services, and provide high value-added service menu, as would be expected from CTC iDC.
Seven minutes walk from Shibuya Station.
Easily accessible to the Shibuya Data Center thanks to a well-laid transportation network formed by the JR Line, the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line, the Tokyu Denentoshi Line and Toyoko Line, Fukutoshin Line, and the Keio Inokashira Line.
Excellent Transportational Access
Conveniently situated in Otemachi, the heart of the financial and business district. Excellent transportational access and several minutes away from the JR Tokyo Station, on the Hanzomon Line, Marunouchi Line, Chiyoda Line and Mita Line.
Top Level Security and Highly Reliable Facilities
A highly viscous damping device is the secret of the highest level antiseismic structure (acquired certification by the Minister of Construction) featuring up to 1.5 times the resistance with new Japanese antiseismic standards for buildings.
Stable power and air conditioning around the clock and throughout the calendar using private power generator systems, central UPS and dispersed UPSs.
-Manned surveillance by CTC staff geared with advanced skills for services around the clock and throughout the calendar, backed by extensive results in security systems at the Yokohama and Kobe Centers.