Bunker Specs
 
Operating from a Cold War era government command bunker that was purpose-built by the military to house sensitive electronic gear, CyberBunker combines the best of modern commercial technology with military-grade reliability and military construction to provide the most secure and reliable solution for people and equipment.

The facility was built in 1955 to survive through a full-scale nuclear war. Rebuild as datacenter in 1998 and known as 'CyberBunker' ever since.

Many people have tried to enter the bunker without permission without any success. Stories can be read here and here.

The last few years no additional attempts have been made to enter the bunker.
 
 
Specifications
 
 
  • Facility is over 5000m² divided over 5 subterranean levels on 10000 m² of land.
• Entire complex is equipped with airlocks for an independent atmosphere.
• Fully redundant air handling/cooling systems.
• Air tight rooms.
• Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) shielding to military standards.
• Up to 5 meters thick reinforced concrete subterranean construction.
• Designed to survive a 20-megaton nuclear blast from 5 kilometers.
• Redundant 2 MW diesel generators.
• (Classified) liters diesel fuel reserves.
• 10 000 liters freshwater reserve tank.
• 240 000 liters freshwater reserve stored in a remote backup bunker.
• All critical equipment shock-mounted on isolation pads.
• Nuclear/Biological/Chemical (NBC) air filtration.
 
The bunker was constructed to function at energy saving capacity, totally cut off from the outside world, for over 10 years. Food and survival packages are stored in the bunker. Water is provided through a separate water bunker. The perfect place to hide. Undisputed the most secure location in the world for your dedicated servers.