It’s called concurrent maintainability and it’s why Metronode was the first data centre provider in Asia-Pacific to achieve Uptime Institute’s Tier III Certification of Operational Sustainability. It’s also one of the reasons why Metronode has achieved an enviable record of 100% uptime since 2002.
We have 55MW of capacity and growing across our network of data centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. All of our data centres are built in carefully selected low risk areas as close as possible to major business centres.
See for yourself how we achieve concurrent maintainability on a personal tour.
We have data centres across Australia so there is one near you.
FIRST IN ASIA-PACIFIC TO ACHIEVE TIER III OPERATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATION
MULTIPLE INDEPENDENT BACKUP SYSTEMS
AUSTRALIA’S BEST UPTIME RECORD
TRUSTED BY AUSTRALIA’S
BIGGEST COMPANIES AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
Concurrent maintainability is not just about uptime. Typically, data centres are most vulnerable during planned or emergency maintenance. It’s when an unexpected failure or just simple human error can bring a business to its knees. Having multiple redundancies built into the data centre design simply means availability is never at risk and you can focus on your running your business.
We are still the only Australian data centre provider to achieve Uptime Institute Tier III Gold Certification of Operational Sustainability. So if you want a data centre with the highest levels of redundancy guaranteed, the choice is still Metronode.
Glenn Aspland, Senior Facilities Manager at Metronode, talks about the challenges of achieving Uptime Institute Operational Sustainability.
Jonathan Buchanan, Head of Business Development at Metronode, talks about
the benefits of Metronode’s unique data centre design.
Read the lastest thinking on operational sustainability and uptime on our MetroBlog.