Iron Mountain to Expand Phoenix Data Center for Government, Enterprise Clients

Iron Mountain to Expand Phoenix Data Center for Government, Enterprise Clients - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Iron Mountain has begun a two-phase construction project to expand its campus in  Phoenix as part of efforts to address a demand for data services in the region.

The company said Monday its future 550,000-square-foot multitenant facility will have a capacity of 48 megawatts and will serve multiple cloud providers as well as enterprise and public sector customers.

The new building will support government and industry standards such as ISO 27001, FISMA High, PCI-DSS Level 1, HIPAA, Soc 2 Type II and Soc 3.

Iron Mountain intends to offer clients within the aerospace, financial services and technology sectors access to  carrier and connectivity services to through the facility.

The expansion project is scheduled for June 2019 completion and part of the company's five-year, $430 million investment plan.

The data center services provider expects its Phoenix campus to deliver up to 100 MW in current and potential capacity. Overall, the company's worldwide data center portfolio potential equates to over 285 MW.

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