Explore Involta’s best connected facility as we explore the future of edge colocation in North America
As the digital economy across the Midwest continues to grow, given a hotbed of ‘startup’ tech activity, a robust fibre ring and semiconductor investment, the DCD>Data Center Tour series returns with brand new episodes to exclusively explore the 52,000+ square feet Involta I facility in Akron, Ohio at the epicentre of the regional enterprise edge.
Tune in to:
- Explore Involta's Ohio-based, purpose built, Akron I & II facilities, 52,000+ square feet of secure data storage space
- Understand the latest enterprise edge market trends across the U.S.
- Get an inside look at Akron I with a virtual tour from wherever you call “the office”
- Meet the Involta team during the ‘live Q&A’ and interactive roundtable’ to get all your questions answered
Now streaming on-demand:
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Panel: The race to build the enterprise edge - what will it look like and who will house it?
More on Involta:
Cleveland suburb facility gets an extra 14,000 square feet and 1MW
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Company adds fifth facility to its Ohio portfolio
The investment will be used on tower business Tillman Infrastructure
In partnership with Involta:
Involta is an award-winning hybrid IT and cloud-forward consulting firm orchestrating digital transformation for leading enterprises. Its personalized approach identifies customers’ requirements while earning their trust to ultimately deliver Superior Infrastructure and Services, Operational Excellence and People Who Deliver, keeping with the Involta brand promise.
Involta pairs strategic consulting with the unique ability to leverage owned data centers and infrastructure assets, empowering businesses with necessary security and reliability requirements. Its well-defined, rigorous process to deliver hybrid cloud, edge, consulting, and data center services have earned the company several designations, including a KLAS rating and review for partial healthcare IT outsourcing excellence. (Find out more here)