WAYNE, PA – January 27, 2014 – IPR International, the premier Infrastructure-as-a-Service (Iaas) provider in the mid-Atlantic region, has been awarded a five-year contract from the Vincera Institute to provide Disaster Recovery (DR), data protection, and backup services in its newly opened surgery center and rehabilitation facilities at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
Established in 2013 by Dr. William Myers, the Vincera Institute is dedicated to the treatment and rehabilitation of core muscle injuries, also known as sports hernias. Dr. Myers and his team perform specialized procedures in the Vincera Surgery Center to treat and repair core muscle and hip injuries sustained by professional, collegial, and recreational athletes from around the country. The Vincera Institute’s new contract with IPR will ensure that its patients’ data is secure and recoverable whenever needed, allowing Vincera’s staff to concentrate on its core mission of relieving patients’ pain and helping them resume athletic activity.
“IPR has proven that they understand healthcare center challenges. Their off-site backup and storage solutions provide us with the security we need to maintain operations if a power failure were to happen on-site,” says Vincera Surgery Center Administrator Dominic Vendeta, RN, BSN. “As a healthcare facility, it is crucial to have a full disaster recovery plan like the one IPR offers.”
IPR is an established DR solutions provider within the healthcare industry, and the Vincera contract extends its client portfolio in this important vertical market. In all, IPR has more than 100 clients representing all vertical markets, including legal services, financial services, and insurance, among several others.
About Vincera Institute
Vincera Institute is an extensive service facility dedicated to core health and performance in athletes. Vincera caters to all levels of athletes from the onset of their injury, through diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation. The Institute integrates scientific research, sports medicine, training, and alternative therapies to create an aggregate approach to core health and performance. Vincera houses patient clinics; an ambulatory surgery center; imaging; rehabilitation; conditioning and performance; acupuncture; nutritional services; yoga; education training; basic and clinical research, and the Vincera Foundation, a non-profit that supports education and community outreach.
IPR is a recognized industry leader offering colocation, private cloud, and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions, as well as cloud-based data management, data protection services, and a full range of managed solutions. IPR protects, preserves, and secures its clients’ data, making it available at all times, no matter when or where the data was created or is needed. With an innovative, comprehensive, constantly evolving suite of services – combined with a passion for security, integrity, availability, and ingenuity – IPR helps its clients maintain their own business operations and supports them through any interruptions. Headquartered outside Philadelphia, PA, IPR has multiple redundant data centers and serves clients in 25 countries. To learn more, visit www.iprsecure.com and follow us on Twitter @iprsecure.
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