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Involta-Tucson is located in the area Tucson, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 18-11-2013.
* For security reasons this data center does not want its exact location publicly available.
Therefore the address above is not the exact location, but it is within 1 mile from Interstate 10.
Hosting of individual servers
Involta's data center in Tucson, Arizona is a world-class, purpose-built colocation facility. This 38,000+ square foot facility provides organizations with secure data storage in a cutting-edge environment, while saving clients the expenses associated with owning, operating and maintaining such a facility independently.
A secure environment for colocation and data storage requires acute attention to detail. Involta's Tucson facility is concurrently maintainable and exceeds commonly accepted industry standards by providing controlled temperature and humidity, dual path power, 24/7/365 critical monitoring and secure access with biometric controls.
The onsite generators have been engineered in an N+1 redundant design. The Tucson facility also includes many Tier IV characteristics.
If your organization needs to secure critical data in a purpose-built data center while saving on the costs associated with building or operating a data center on your own, Involta is uniquely positioned to help. Contact us today to learn more about our data center in Tucson or our other facilities across the country.
Including colocation, Involta also offers managed services, cloud services IT consulting for business continuity, IT management, information security, and vulnerability analysis.
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