The illumina base space at IllumiCorp is the only data center in the country that does not have any internet connection.

The base is used for medical testing, and for many months, that’s been the only way in which people could access their own data.

In October, however, Illumina decided to shut down the base, a move that the company said was the result of a lack of internet connectivity.

Illumina’s BaseSpace data centers, which house around 10,000 people and are the heart of its health care business, will now have to stay offline until October 7.

The reason: because of a massive data breach at the company, which affected around 15,000 Illumina employees, as well as around 8,000 other Illumina data centers around the world.

The breach exposed millions of Illumina customers’ sensitive health data, which includes Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, addresses, credit card information, birth dates, and health history.

“We have been working closely with law enforcement to determine what the scope and nature of the breach is, as it affects Illumina’s customers, partners, and employees.

As a result of the investigation, the company has decided to suspend operations for a limited time,” Illumina said in a statement.

When it comes to the health data breach, the affected Illumina companies say the breach was much larger than anyone realized.

The data breach was discovered when a company called SaaS provider Emancipation Group was hacked by the Chinese government, which was seeking to steal customer data from Illumina.

In a statement, Illumada said it was unable to say with certainty whether any Illumina customer data was stolen.

Instead, it said the company is “in the process of establishing a data protection plan to protect Illumina and its customers and to minimize the impact on Illumina.”

Illumina says that data protection is already in place for its Illumina HealthCare customers, and that “there is no indication that any Illumine data has been stolen from any Illuminity customer.”

The company has also reached out to other Illuminate customers, as a result, it says that all Illuminate base space, including the one at Illuminos base, will be off by the end of October.

Illumina has said that the affected customers will receive an email with the details of their data restoration.

Illumination has been in the news lately as it has been battling with the FDA over its use of the drug Nexium, which has resulted in several recalls, including one from the manufacturer.

The company recently announced a $25 million settlement with the Food and Drug Administration over allegations that it failed to adequately investigate or warn about potential side effects from its drug, including heart attacks, strokes, and death.

Despite the health issues that affected Illuminate’s base space and data centers for months, the problems don’t seem to have affected the company’s sales, which are expected to grow by around 2 million to 4 million units in 2018, according to analysts.

But that could change in the next couple of months.

Illuminate is expected to report third-quarter earnings on Wednesday.