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Hamilton facility dubbed Kapua covers 11,000 square metres and can house over 920 racks
New Zealand Minister for Communications Amy Adams and Datacom NZ CEO Greg Davidson officially open the Kapua datacentre in Hamilton, New Zealand.
Exterior of the new facility.
Kapua features a sustainable free air cooling system which improves energy efficiency.
The data centre is guarded by specialist staff 24/7.
Kapua allows customers to house their technology regardless of the source.
According to Datacom, it supports the most demanding, latency intolerant applications.
Kapua is connected internationally. The vendor has partnered with VMware for certification.