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Involta Acquires Data Center and Land in Green Bay With Plans For 20MW Campus: Top 4 News Highlights 

BIG NEWS out of Green Bay to close out 2023 from Involta! The year may be coming to an end, but Involta’s growth plans are operating at full capacity! 

The award-winning colocation, hybrid IT and managed services firm announced today the acquisition of a 24.5-acre site housing an existing data center in the Green Bay region. This marks a significant step forward in the company’s mission to provide cutting-edge solutions tailored to the evolving needs of enterprises in a rapidly advancing technological landscape.


As a result of the acquisition, Involta will also implement a multi-phased expansion plan to the current data center footprint and increase to an expandable campus with up to 20 MW of capacity. The future campus is poised to meet rising enterprise colocation demands with the Involta SecurePower colocation model, which provides mission-critical data center space coupled with industry-leading power, security and connectivity services directly embedded into its facilities. 

Involta’s newly acquired data center in the Green Bay area will undergo a multi-phased approach to extend the facility’s footprint to an expandable campus with up to 20MW of capacity. The expansion will meet rising enterprise colocation demands with mission-critical data center space coupled with industry-leading power, security and connectivity services.


Involta’s future campus is strategically positioned to address the surging needs and performance requirements of critical high-tech industries such as healthcare, manufacturing and finance. Its Proximity to Green Bay and surrounding regions is highly desirable for edge deployments and the region’s low-risk environment, moderate temperatures, attractive tax incentives, and recent designation as a U.S. Regional Tech Hub (RTH) by the Biden administration further enhances its appeal.


As the regional market continues to grow, Involta’s ability to deliver the capacity, fiber infrastructure, and hybrid IT services required to support high-performance compute for demanding and complex regulated industries will be critical to economic development in the area. Involta will also bring robust, redundant fiber infrastructure to the Wisconsin market, fostering increased connectivity both locally and nationally. This will provide unmatched access to Involta’s Midwest data centers, spanning from Iowa to Minnesota to Ohio.


This strategic acquisition marks Involta’s 13th data center location. Involta’s data center facilities are located across multiple edge markets, setting the standard for industry-leading security, redundant power and climate control nationwide. Involta’s superior data center services are underscored by the company’s deep commitment to community engagement through Involta Cares, making a meaningful impact within every market it serves. Sustainability is at the heart of the company’s growth trajectory, reflected in sixrecent ENERGY STAR® certifications and the coveted Idaho Awards for Leadership in Energy Efficiency.

To read the full announcement, click here.

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