INDEPENDENCE—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) welcomed Involta, LLC and its new data center to Independence. The 23,195 square-foot facility offers a variety of cutting-edge services to its clients, including state of the art data management and IT Intelligence.

“Business partners such as Involta continue to demonstrate that Ohio is a national and international leader in the 21st Century economy,” said Rep. Anielski. “I am enthusiastic to see their impact on the Independence community and happily welcome them to Northeast Ohio.”

"We'd like to thank the City of Independence and State Representative Marlene Anielski for the warm welcome and help in bringing Involta into the community," said Bruce Lehrman, Involta CEO. "It is with great pride that we continue to support the rapid growth of Ohio's business sector. We are excited to kick off Involta's tenth anniversary by expanding our business in this great state."

The Involta facility is located at 7300 East Pleasant Road in Independence. Paired with a twin center in Akron, these facilities mark a total of more than $55 million dollars invested in Ohio by Involta.

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