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In pictures: Datacom opens second NZ data centre

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.

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