Data Bunkers: Iron Mountain's Built-to-Suit Bunkers

Data Bunkers: Iron Mountain's Built-to-Suit Bunkers

In this video, Iron Mountain's Nicholas Salimbene provides a tour of The Underground, the company's remarkable 145-acre facility within a limestoen cave in Pennsylvania, and the process of building a custom data bunker for tenants.

Earlier we brought you a look inside an underground data center from Cavern Technologies that's 145 feet underground. Perhaps the best known developer of subterranean mission-critical space is Iron Mountain, which for many years has been storing sensitive customer data in a huge underground facility near Pittsburgh. Iron Mountain recently entered the data center business in a more concrete fashion, unveiling a program to build and lease data centers within the Underground, its 145-acre records storage facility located 220 feet underground in a former limestone mine. In this video, Iron Mountain's Nicholas Salimbene provides a tour of The Underground and the process of building a custom data bunker for Iron Mountain tenants. This video runs about 2 minutes, 30 seconds.

For additional video, check out our DCK video archive and the Data Center Videos channel on YouTube.

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