Inland Fiber and Data Technology Park a Growing Safe Haven for Organizations Seeking Data Center, Disaster Recovery and Mission Critical Operations

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Inland Fiber and Data Technology Park is experiencing significant growth, as organizations seek a safe haven for their data centers, disaster recovery facilities and other mission critical operations.

Inland Fiber and Data Technology Park ( is experiencing significant growth, as organizations seek a safe haven for their data centers, disaster recovery facilities and other mission critical operations

Among them is telecommunications services provider T3 Communications, Inc., who has opened a new carrier neutral data and enterprise collocation data center in Inland Data & Fiber Park. Together with the Inland's owner/operator 6/10 Corporation, T3 has designed its data center to serve SMB, enterprise, government and carrier customers as well as others in need of a secure site for their IT infrastructure and disaster recovery needs.

"In order to meet the increasing demands for expansion of advanced data and voice services to businesses in Florida, Winter Haven has proven to be an ideal location," said Adam Sewall President and CEO of T3. "This facility provides T3 with its own backup operations center as well a modern collocation and disaster recovery facilities for our business and government customers. Our central Florida location and available carrier neutral meet me room space also provides carriers an ideal location to connect".

"We are pleased T3 has built an advanced data center and disaster recovery facility in our Inland Fiber & Data Technology Park located in downtown Winter Haven, said Carl J. Strang, III, President of The 6/10 Corporation. "We are pleased to add T3 to the growing list of technology companies that have chosen to locate in Polk County. Our inland location and proximity to the Tampa and Orlando markets make Polk County a logical choice for next generation technology providers such as T3".

An existing Inland tenant, secure E-mail and document collaboration services provider Elephant Outlook, finds growth operating in Inland Fiber and Data Park. "Inland's infrastructure and location is prefect for us," comments Ingram Leedy, President of Elephant Outlook. "Our managed business-critical, high-availability email messaging and collaboration offerings, along with Inland's physical and geographical strategic advantages, has helps us attract a number of new clients from the beginning of our operations here."

For additional Inland Fiber & Data Park and remaining space availability information, call 863.299.1195 x 223.

About Inland Fiber & Data Park
Inland Fiber & Data Park's facilities are designed to provide protected data center operations in a convenient Central Florida location.

Easily accessible from both Florida coasts, the campus' secure 100,000 square foot subdividing structures located in Florida's flood zone X are designated to withstand category 4 hurricanes. The facilities currently house servers for S&P 500 energy, information services, telecommunications and utility companies, as well as governmental entities and private sector business in categories including alternative energy, business services, healthcare and technology. Space allocations encompass BTS, existing and shell data, collocation and Internet gateway offices. Industry-standard HVAC, diesel generator backup and 4000amp electrical service are implemented throughout the campus.

Inland's offerings include existing data center, disaster recovery and Internet gateway office suites, shell data center and colocation facilities, and build-to-suit data center pad sites. Amenities encompass a protected inland location with carrier grade facilities easily access from both coasts of Florida, with high security hardened facilities containing a highly redundant infrastructure. Featuring a hospital grid benefiting healthcare providers throughout Florida, Inland has multiple fiber providers on campus, including Verizon's central office located on campus. For information, visit


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