Pittsburgh, long considered a port city is known for linking Midwest and Eastern markets, is now a world-class hub linking technology, research, and education. The Pittsburgh Innovation District, a center for inventiveness and ingenuity, includes the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University (home of the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center), and UPMC, located in the heart of the city. Local companies such as Intel, Google, Uber, Apple, GE, PPG, and Caterpillar have spent upwards of $2B+ on corporate R&D, making Pittsburg the home of bleeding-edge technologies such as autonomous vehicle development, engineering, and testing.
DataBank’s Pittsburgh area facilities are ideally positioned to meet the region’s fast-growing needs. The PIT1 data center, located in the newly updated NOVA Place Allegheny Technology Center Mall, is the carrier-neutral carrier hotel for the metro Pittsburgh area with access to top networks. Our PIT2 facility, located just west of town in North Fayette, adds 115,000 sq. ft. of new enterprise-grade colocation capacity.
Pittsburgh is at low risk of natural disasters in comparison with the national average, while commercial power is cost-effective. A local service feels coupled with national reach and a range of options to meet demands for colocation, cloud solutions, and managed services, Pittsburgh is an excellent location for the care and feeding of enterprise IT assets.