Iron Mountain has broken ground on a data center in Northborough, Mass. to work with companies within the region’s highly-regulated industries.
The center is scheduled to open early next year as the company aims to incorporate environment-friendly features into its design and add to existing records storage centers in the area, Iron Mountain said Tuesday.
Mark Kidd, Iron Mountain senior vice president and general manager of data centers, said the company aims to help biotech, healthcare and financial services organizations store and protect data.
The regional data center will offer migration, tape handling, networking, disposition and information
Iron Mountain maintains an underground storage facility in western Pennsylvannia and leases out space there for wholesale and retail colocation offerings.