Data Exchange is an independent data centre operator. All our facilities are designed to best practice standards to ensure 100% uptime. As Australia's first truly modular data centre operator offering colocation services, Data Exchange provides an innovative range of mixed and high-density data centre modules that have been designed and constructed in Australia.
Each data centre module is deployed with integrated VESDA and fire suppression systems, access control, security, cooling and power distribution using a concurrently maintainable design. Modules can be modified to suit customer requirements, providing them with their very own "data centre within a data centre ". Our modules are deployed within our managed facilities that utilise state of the art security systems including CCTV, biometric access control and swipe cards - all monitored 24/7 by our in-house Network Operations Centre and Security team.
From single racks through to entire modules and even full-scale infrastructure deployment within our facilities, our scalable approach to data centre construction allows us to manufacture and deploy customised space to suit your specific technical. requirements and accommodate various SLA's all within the same facility. All the benefits of colocation without you being expected to sacrifice on your optimal ICT infrastructure and network design.
John Duffin has over 20 years’ experience in the Asian data centre industry, most recently as the South Asia Managing Director of the Uptime Institute, the IT industry’s most trusted and adopted global..Click to read full post >
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Australian company, Data Exchange Network Limited (ASX:DXN) has become the first modular data centre developer in the world to receive both TIER-Ready III and Tier-Ready IV design review awards...Click to read full post >