Matthew Madden, CEO, DXN Limited said that BCA will take up rack space in DXN-SYD01 for an initial term of three years.
“We are delighted to welcome BCA to DXN as they are an excellent example of the kind of partner that is a perfect fit for the DXN model; IT companies that are looking to utilise our state-of-the-art facility and on-sell that excellence to their customers.”
BCA Managing Director, Andrew Bates said, “We’ve chosen DXN as our data centre partner because DXN fits perfectly with our business plan and offers a unique way of delivering IT services for our customers.
We intend to move all existing clients to the facility and will on-sell colocation racks and provide IT services out of the facility for all future clients.
We really like that DXN was able to offer a fully segregated environment that only we could access. It gives us that extra layer of physical security that you wouldn’t get from a traditional data centre.”
Madden said, “BCA has effectively purchased a ‘data centre in a data centre’. Providing top-level reliability, DXN-SYD01 offers support for a wide range of cloud and IT service providers.”
Modular data centres such as DXN-SYD01 are a potential strategy to “future proof” the industry, increasing installation and management efficiencies of data centre hardware infrastructure – enabling businesses to respond to sudden technology changes and market demand opportunities.
“BCA has effectively purchased a ‘data centre in a data centre’. Providing top-level reliability, DXN-SYD01 offers support for a wide range of cloud and IT service providers.”
– Matthew Madden