Involta data centers set the standards for redundant power and climate control, giving you the confidence you will have the power necessary to run your mission-critical services.
Involta facilities are built in secure structures, located in geographic safe-zones. Multiple layers of security, including video surveillance and biometric access control, ensure that access is granted only to the appropriate individuals. Access is logged and retained.
Our data centers have no exterior signage. Client information is treated as confidential. Involta staff are industry-trained and follow stringent security procedures.
Involta data centers are powered by multiple power feeds from separate sources, backed up by multiple UPS and diesel powered generator systems.
Involta facilities utilize multiple carrier-neutral, high-speed internet feeds, ensuring reasonably priced bandwidth delivered over a secure and redundant network.
Involta facilities have undergone client external and internal audits against PCI, HIPAA, SOX, JSOX, GLB, NIST 800-53 based controls, SSAE 16, SOC 2 and many more standards. Involta has an external assessment resulting in Type II SSAE 16 SOC 1 and SOC 2 reports each year. Involta can help an organization demonstrate compliance to their standard commitments.
In several locations, Involta employs a cold-aisle containment system, as well as a mix of climate cooling and mechanical cooling to create affordable, reliable and efficient environmental conditions throughout all our new concurrently maintainable facilities.
Involta NOC teams ensure top performance in event management, enforce security standards and assist with client requests. Each data center is protected and operated by an experienced NOC team. Several of our data centers have an in-house NOC team staffed 24/7/365.
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