Involta's Independence data center is a 23,000+ square foot facility that provides secure data storage in a cutting-edge environment, saving clients the expense associated with owning, operating and maintaining such a facility independently. It is connected to our Akron data center through a robust fiber ring that provides millisecond latency between the two sites.
Involta’s Independence data center is an Uptime Institute® Tier III, 5th-generation facility complete with environmental systems and controls, redundant back-up power and HVAC, specialized fire detection and reinforced concrete building construction. This facility features conditioned data center space to accommodate several cabinets of mission critical IT infrastructure and is served by redundant fiber optic connections featuring 24/7/365 critical monitoring and 24/7/365 secure access with biometric security.
Our Independence data center provides a level of standard and support that helps our clients bridge their organization’s technical gaps. When you use our colocation services, you get:
“In the last couple of years we’ve realized that to scale to the size of the company that we aspire to be, we really have to deploy an off-premise cloud-based storage and security type model. We’ve used Involta for that strategy and it’s proven to be exceptional.”
"We're determined to be at the forefront and really lead the application of artificial intelligence in digital healthcare. That's one of the areas we've been excited to work with Involta, to really define new hardware and software architectures, to take artificial intelligence in digital healthcare to a completely new level."
“UPMC needed a seamless solution that allowed us to focus on our core business while preparing for continual shifts in the industry. We needed a nimble, flexible partner to grow with us and appreciated the elasticity of Involta’s colocation model. It gave us the flexibility we required to move applications to the cloud as needed and to once again lead the industry in our approach to IT.”