Underground Data Centers
Benefits of Underground Data Centers
Iron Mountain underground data centers offer natural energy efficiency, reduced risk of natural and man-made disasters, a nearly unlimited floor-load weight capacity and an additional physical security.
Why Go Underground?
Surrounded by natural limestone, our underground data centers have a reduced risk of natural and man-made disaster, nearly unlimited floor-load weight capacity and an additional physical security layer specific to the subterranean nature of our facilities.
Natural energy efficiency at our underground data centers contributes to low PUE. Year-round ambient temperatures stay as low as 52°F meaning the data center doesn’t need to work as hard to keep your infrastructure cool. An aquifer also provides naturally cooled water at WPA-1.
Security & Compliance
Increased security, carrier-neutral access to dark fiber & national providers, and comprehensive compliant support for FISMA High, HIPAA, ISO 27001, PCI-DSS, and SOC 2 Type II make Iron Mountain underground data centers ideal for backup and disaster recovery needs.
Underground data center services are available at Iron Mountain's Western Pennsylvania and Kansas City locations. Ask us about the underground colocation solution that is right for you.
Iron Mountain has extensive experience working with all types of industries and businesses, including enterprise/Fortune 1000, healthcare, finance, and government, as well as small businesses and cloud providers.
Since 1951, 225,000 customers have chosen Iron Mountain to protect what matters most. With our comprehensive compliance support, trusting a global brand like Iron Mountain is an excellent way to mitigate risk.
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR DATA CENTER OFFERINGS
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Marriott - Hospitality
Iron Mountain Data Centers, Disaster Recovery
IN THEIR WORDS
“More than five years ago, we determined that we needed more flexibility and we got it. Today we have a data center that provides Marriott with a tremendous capability for disaster recovery, and we have a great partner in Iron Mountain.”