Iron Mountain is primarily a document storage and information management company. However, the company has a data centers in Pennsylvania and Boston.
Iron Mountain acquired the building from Fortrust in July 2017 for $130 million.
BOS-1 security includes background-checked Iron Mountain officers on-site 24x7x365, three-factor access controls, mantraps, and numerous other features.
The Iron Mountain Data Center is located 220 feet underground this is a 145-acre former limestone mine.
Iron Mountain acquired the site in January 2018 in a $1.34 Billion acquisition of IO Datacenter's operations in the United States which included 4 IO sites
Iron Mountain acquired the site in January 2018 in a $1.34 Billion acquisition of IO Datacenter's operations in the United States which included 4 sites (Phoenix, Scottsdale, Edison New Jersey, and Columbus Ohio)
Iron Mountain's site is in Edison, NJ. Iron Mountian acquired the site in January 2018 in a $1.34 Billion acquisition of IO Datacenter's operations in the United States which included 4 IO sites
Arizona Public Service, the electric utility provider, serves the site with 24MW of utility power
Iron Mountain’s Kansas City data center (KCM-1) is a resilient, compliant and highly secure underground colocation complex located south of downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The underground data center is part of a 22-acre campus located 110 feet below the earth’s surface.
Announced in March 2016, Iron Mountain’s Manassas data center in Prince William County will include four buildings totaling 915,000 square feet and 60 MW of power. The campus is 83 acres.
Originally built by EvoSwitch, Iron Mountain's AMS-1 campus is one of the largest carbon-neutral multitenant data centers in the Netherlands. Purpose-built from concrete and steel, the site has containerized modular suites to support a PUE of 1.2.
The Two-story Tier III+ building has over 12,000 m² (108,000 sq feet) of raised floor space with room to expand to 40,000 square meters. Power can also be expanded to 60 Megawatts.
The former Credit Suisse tier 4 data center is now run by Iron MountianSource: AWP Architects
A key design feature is the innovative façade which is based upon the integration of energy efficient M&E equipment, maintenance accessibility and solar shading within the design of the building envelope.Source: AWP Architects
Outside of Iron Mountain's Denver Data CenterSource: Iron Mountain
An illustration of Iron Mountain's new Phoenix data center, which will feature 48MW of capacity in two phases. First 24 MW is scheduled to be delivered in June 2019
The expansion lot for Iron Mountain Phoenix campus is marked with a red box. IO Data Centers LLC originally acquired the land in 2016 for $8.55 million.