hardened site


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hardened site

[′härd·ənd ¦sīt]
(ordnance)
An underground missile-launching site, control center, or other facility that can withstand in varying degrees the effects of an enemy nuclear blast.
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The Hosted Failover service is a new addition to the in-house failover service already offered by the Jack Henry & Associates subsidiary and is operated from a hardened site in a secure, underground facility in Branson, Mo.
The center is a hardened site, including redundant electrical feeds from multiple power grids, battery (and planned generator) backup, diverse routes from multiple telecommunications carriers and both AC and DC suitable for central office class equipment.
Housed in a hardened site to protect it from foul weather, the company's main UNIX server outside Atlanta has been coined the "Tower of Power," according to Dailey.