After the March 11th Japanese earthquake and tsunami, Capital Novus' Japan-based data centre in Tokyo has recently been confirmed stable, with little to no damage sustained. Although significant tremors from the magnitude 9.0 Tohoku earthquake were felt all throughout the region, the office and its surrounding location remained virtually unaffected.
The Japan data centre and office have been operating for nearly 3 years. With approximately 600 GB of Native File Processing and 200 GB of TIFF File Processing completed per day, the centre has nearly doubled its capacity in the last year. "As with any disaster, we all share the hardships and will work together to rebuild and help those in need," states Aya Takahashi, Project Coordinator at the Tokyo office.