Sydney, November 9, 2015: Australian modular data centre manufacturer Datapod is gearing up its push into the highly competitive International market after forging a supply agreement with power management company, Eaton Australia.
It is 12:30pm on Tuesday and the weekly Datapod meeting begins with safety report and update from Datapod Environment, Health, Safety and Quality Manager Shontelle Hellyer. The team Managers from around the organisation are focused on her commentary and it is just one example of how Datapod demonstrates their commitment to safety.
Datapod’s continued excellence and dedication to modular data center quality has recently been reaffirmed by international certification company SAI Global.
During the month of July modular data center maker, Datapod, opened their factory doors to allow industry representatives to have a close up look at the unique system.
Energy efficient data center manufacturer, Datapod, says data center knowledge is at the heart of their record on safety which this week celebrates two years without a Lost Time Injury (LTI).
The Australian Government is pressing ahead with metadata retention laws similar to those introduced by the United Kingdom last year and Datapod is poised to be a key solution.
CANBERRA Australia: Datapod has released their modular data center capability statement for the university and research sector today and the document is now ready for download from the Datapod website.
An overwhelming majority of CIO’s and executives responsible for data center infrastructure have indicated that modular data centers are part of their data center strategy in a recent Datapod survey.
Datapod has successfully completed a surveillance audit for Environment Management Systems ISO 14001 and Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems ISO 4801 with SAI Global.