The Federal Government has confirmed Australian Data Centers, as one of the first organisations to be accepted onto the Data Centre Facilities Supplies Panel.
The confirmation coincides with ADC’s announcement that it’s, sophisticated and efficient, data centre in Canberra is fully operational with tenants.
ADC Managing Director Rob Kelly said the Federal Government first recognised ADC’s significant expertise in data centre design and management when it accepted the organisations onto the 2011 Data Centre Facilities Panel.
“Australian Data Centers welcomes the more flexible and service orientated delivery model of the new Data Centre Services Panel and is committed to working with the Federal Government Agencies to deliver a best of breed energy efficient and cost effective solution for the Nations IT&T assets. This latest announcement reflects the continued acknowledgement of the potential benefits of Australian Data Centers flexible model and service capability.
“ADC’s appointment to this panel means we will be able to offer greater flexibility in capacity and contract conditions, to government agencies and government-associated organisations,” Kelly said.
ADC is operating the newest and most efficient Data Centre in the ACT. It has been formally certified by the Uptime Institute and also ASIO’s T4 security certification process.