Polaris Data Centre

It’s Cool to Have Stulz at Polaris

As one of Australia’s leading, modern and purpose-built data centres, Polaris is trusted to store information from a huge variety of customers and clients.

That means the centre must protect its precious content 24/7. Polaris has an extensive and sophisticated cooling system to manage temperature control and it requires the best technical support at the same level to keep it going, which is why Polaris partners with Stulz.

“Stulz continuously strive to protect critical data, support lives, our economy and our future. We do this by providing resilient and energy efficient cooling equipment supported by a team of technical and engineering specialists.” ANZ managing director John Jakovcevic said.

“As a manufacturer, we conform to ISO 9000 and other related ISO standards, regulatory standards relating to manufacturing, energy performance and use of refrigerants.”

“As one of the leading data centres in the country, we are pleased to work with Polaris Data Centre and value our long-standing relationship to service such an important facility”

Stulz Australia has been managing the task since Polaris began operations in 2009.

Head of data centres in Greater Springfield, Adam Gibson, was on hand recently when Stulz service engineers made a regular visit to Polaris.  ”It’s a chilling thought when you understand what’s at stake if things go wrong in a data centre, so you want to have arguably the best in the business on site to keep it all running well,” said Adam boasting. “I can keep my cool, knowing that Stulz is keeping systems cool here.”

While servicing customers both domestically and from around the world, Polaris also underpins Greater Springfield’s emerging city CBD, offering dark fibre technology to businesses, the education and health precincts and the local community.

The Polaris Data Centre has space available, technology and connectivity benefits for businesses and government today. Whether its rental of caged areas, hosting of individual servers, needing dedicated servers, virtual servers, or just office space, the Polaris Data Centre and tenants of Polaris cater to many needs. If there’s anything you’d like to know about the Polaris Data Centre, please Register Your Interest at http://www.polarisdatacentre.com.au/ or get in touch at (07) 3819 9800.

Space is limited Register your interest today.

Polaris Data Centre

POLARIS DATA CENTRE

Polaris is widely regarded as Australia’s leading, most modern, highly secure, purpose built and designed to Tier 3+ standards data centre. The facility is unique in delivering an N+2, high availability solution that is reinforced with a Service Level Agreement (SLA) assuring a class leading 99.99% availability. The Tier 3+ rating demonstrates a concurrently maintainable, high security, high availability (N+2) facility that is successfully meeting the requirements of our tenants.

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