Colocation and data centre operator The Colocation Company has opened a new colocation data centre in Christchurch, New Zealand that uses hydro energy and free cooling tactics. The data centre is a new initiative launched by New Zealand Prime Minister John Key that is hoping to draw in regional SME customers with its combination of open access policies and flexible power options.
The hydro-powered facility will be fully operational in a month's time, The Colocation Company has already attracted customers such as Telecom New Zealand, TelstraClear and Christchurch City Council's Enable fibre-to-the-premises provider.
Source: The WHIR
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