April 11, 2010

Iron Mountain’s VP, Charles Doughty, gives a tour to Ramon Goni of the BBC, in the tunnels of the underground data centre in Pennsylvania, USA. The data centre was originally built in the 1950′s as a nuclear bunker.  It is a very high-security facility and is now home to one of the safest data centres in the world.

More than 2,700 people, many of them government officials, work in the facility under a limestone mountain, which holds everything from classified documents to old movie reels and valuable photograph collections.

Iron Mountain has been expanding significantly in its online data backup and cloud storage segment, utilizing its massive servers.

Click here to Watch Iron Mountain’s Data Centre Video at BBC (2:55)

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