Secure New Zealand Datacentres
At a height of 70 meters above sea level, our Auckland CDB data centre is one of the most elevated facilities in down town Auckland. This minimizes the risk from rising sea levels and flooding.
Our recently upgraded facility provides one of the most resilient environments and extensive diverse connectivity options in New Zealand.
Everything from the design and security of the Data Center to the network, power and cooling infrastructure we utilise was carefully planned with full redundancy in mind, providing our customers the highest quality experience.
Electrical and cooling systems in our Auckland facility have been upgraded to improve energy efficiency and redundancy.
Our PUE is 1.37 (Down from 1.81 before the upgrades) which is outstandingly low for an established facility with very high level of operational redundant systems.
The use of continuously adjustable direct drive EC centrifugal fans to cool our data centers based on actual cooling needs to save energy. Fan blades have an aerodynamically optimized shape that reduce power need and noise.
We use highly energy efficient and environmentally friendly variable speed compressors with magnetic bearings for cooling in the warmest summer days. They use refrigerants with a very low Global Warming Potential (GWP) in the atmosphere