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Involta-Akron is located in the area Akron, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 26-05-2017.
* 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 5 from Akron city limits.
Hosting of individual servers
The Involta data center in Akron, Ohio is a world-class, purpose-built colocation facility.
Phase I of the facility offers 26,000+ square foot facility and provides organizations with secure
data storage in a state-of-the-art environment, saving clients the expense associated with
owning, operating and maintaining such a facility independently. Phase II, completed in June
of 2016, added an additional 26,000+ square feet of data center and business continuity
space to the existing structure. This addition received the Uptime Institute Tier III Certification of
Design Documents and Tier III Certification of Constructed Facility in the first quarter of 2017.
A secure environment for colocation and data storage requires acute attention to detail.
Involta's facility in Akron exceeds industry standards and features: controlled temperature
and humidity, fully-redundant power and HVAC, 24/7/365 critical monitoring and 24/7/365
secure access with biometric security. Fully-redundant generators and redundant fiber optic
connectivity have also been engineered into the design of this concurrently maintainable facility.
Additionally, the data center core is secured inside high-density, reinforced concrete walls.
Phase II is connected to the existing structure through a hardened corridor and consists
of conditioned data center space, additional storage space, mechanical and electrical
infrastructure and additional office space for client and business continuity use.
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