dbaDIRECT, a pioneer in managed services for data infrastructure, announced it has upgraded the company's disaster recovery capability by adding a redundant backup facility in the state-of-the-art Vora Technology Park.
Located in Hamilton, Ohio, Vora Technology Park is equipped with an advanced fiber optic infrastructure and multiple systems to ensure against a loss of power to the data center. The center has also been designed to withstand the worst of disasters. Its windows are made of bulletproof material and the roof system can survive winds of more than 120 mph. The center's advanced fire detection system is capable of detecting smoke and heat sources as slight as a single match. This new facility backs up dbaDIRECT's headquarters in Florence, Kentucky, and Bangalore, India.
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