Datapod recently signed a 5 year deal with a major resources company that will see the Datapod system deployed globally in a variety of climatic regions and a range of sizes and densities - all based on the standardized Datapod architecture. Factory-built systems will be rolled out from July 2018 to sites across Australia, and globally from the following year. Competition from manufacturers around the world fell away as the customer's stringent technical and safety demands became apparent. Datapod's proven track record in the resource sector as well as our >1500 days without LTI safety record were key factors in our selection, according to Managing Director Scott Carr. "You can't operate for nearly 5 years without incident unless safety is embedded in the culture of the company".
Datapod: Modular Data Center Blog
Canberra, January 28, 2016: Modular data center manufacturer Datapod has released a low-profile single module 'all-in-one' system that can be flown to it's deployment site in the ubiquitous 'Herc'. The Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules is the most commonly used logistics transport aircraft in the world, in use with the UN, and most western governments/armed forces.
Many organisations are still stuck in the old paradigm when preparing a data center tender, not knowing the industry has moved significantly since the last time they went to tender, and in some cases not knowing what new technologies are available and how that would actually better suit their organisation’s needs.
The days of having to walk around the data center floor taking temperature readings and identifying the status of systems are long gone.
Instead, with ever-increasing data center size and complexity, data center managers and IT professionals require remote management solutions that enable them to quickly and effectively access servers, networking devices, and other mission-critical equipment.
The enterprise IT landscape has to be able to adapt to changing business needs and whether you need a server room or data center for a new site, a refurbishment or a temporary facility, the challenge is always the same – data center right-sizing.
Topics: Data center design
The Datapod modular data center system is designed to enable whichever level of resilience is required by the customer, ensuring mission-critical IT can be configured to be operational at a Tier level appropriate to the business and the mission, even providing up to Tier IV data center fault tolerance if required.
The recent lightning strikes that caused a Google data centre in Belgium to lose data and restore some information highlights the importance to anticipate and manage critical data centre assets.
Implementing leading data center design is critical to the future success of organisations around the world.
As the world becomes more connected online and ‘internet of things’ technologies increase, so to do the demands on managing and processing data and the data centers themselves.
The Datapod DATA CENTER 2.0 ‘The Perfect Storm Has Arrived’ White Paper provides a comprehensive and practical look into modular data center technology and how the technology can be applied to meet the challenges faced by organisations around the world.
The ability to ‘right-size’, deploy faster, and scalability means the modular approach is turning conventional data center design on its head.
The modular data center design also simplifies the process. For example, a Datapod System can be designed using any number of different modules and in a number of different configurations, so the needs of the customer can be met.
Topics: Data center design
Data center technology is at the center of the mobile, cloud, information and social media economy.
We know the data center is a location housing servers and communication systems enabling businesses to run websites, cloud based software and other information and bandwidth rich systems.