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Data Centre Maintenance / Management
Iron Mountain extends commitment to greenhouse gas reduction
The company recently announced the formal approval from the Science Based Targets initiative of its 2025 greenhouse gas emissions goals.
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Colocation
Iron Mountain announces acquisition to expand in APAC
Iron Mountain will gain a number of data centres from the acquisition as it continues to spread throughout Asia Pacific.
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Mergers and Acquisitions
Iron Mountain makes another move on APAC with China acquisition
It was only last week when the data company announced a takeover in South Korea, and now it's made another in APAC.
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Storage
Iron Mountain affirms commitment to APAC with new acquisition
American information management company Iron Mountain has made clear where in the world it's placing its bets.
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Sustainability
Iron Mountain achieves 100% renewable energy at EU data centres
A company that is used to running primarily on fossil fuels is making efforts to turn the model on its head.
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Data Centre Operators
Iron Mountain partners with Google Cloud for new subscription service
The global data centre company says the new partnership with Google Cloud says the partnership will unlock insights and create new revenue streams.
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Data Centre Operators
Iron Mountain to spend $430m in Phoenix data center campus expansion
Iron Mountain has undergone rapid expansion this year and has now announced a massive investment in Phoenix to meet increasing demand.
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Colocation
2018 will be a big year for Singapore's data center market
"2018 is shaping up to be another big year, with providers including DODID, Global Switch and Iron Mountain slated to bring new data centers online.”
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Fortrust
Iron Mountain acquires two data centers in $100m deal
"The demand for, and growth in, our data center offerings has been consistent and strong, drawing customers in highly regulated industries.”