Iron Mountain’s Kansas City data center (KCM-1) is a resilient, compliant and highly secure underground colocation complex located south of downtown Kansas City, Missouri. In addition to excellent power costs and network availability, Iron Mountain offers trustworthy remote support by ensuring KCM-1 employee and contractor undergo thorough background checks.
The underground data center is part of a 22-acre campus located 110 feet below the earth’s surface. The highly secure location features perimeter security, manned-guard checkpoints, vehicle crash barriers, and CCTV cameras. The data center leverages mantraps, biometric access controls, PIN and proximity card access to deliver three-factor authentication. These features, combined with resilient infrastructure, a central US location, and carrier-neutral access to Tier 1 networks, make Iron Mountain’s Kansas City data center ideal for both production and disaster recovery data center deployments.
Some of the world’s most highly regulated organizations including federal agencies and 95% of the Fortune 1000 choose Iron Mountain for our 60+ years of success in storage, privacy and logistics. Our comprehensive data center compliance support includes FISMA High, ISO 27001, PCI-DSS 3.1, HIPAA, and SOC 2 Type II, augmenting the existing framework of 230,000+ Iron Mountain customers. KCM-1’s 22-acre campus and 500,000 square feet of developed space removes long-term scalability concerns.
With 30+ years of excellence in colocation operations, our engineers stay focused on energy efficiency and delivering low PUE for Kansas and Missouri data center customers. Iron Mountain’s Kansas City data center reduces environmental impact and monthly customer power bills with consumption-based power pricing, low ambient temperatures, and unique features such as economization and containment solutions. As a result, Federal data center customers satisfy both Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI) and EO 13693.