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  • DC Two’s (DC2) Bibra Lake data centre in Perth, Western Australia, receives Tier III Design Certification
  • The tier certification is a proven measure of a data centre infrastructure’s capability to meet particular performance levels
  • Tier III means Bibra Lake is able to undergo routine maintenance without a disruption in operations
  • The company said this award is one of the “most significant milestones” in its history
  • On the market, DC2 shares are in the grey and close trading at five cents

DC Two’s (DC2) Bibra Lake data centre in Perth, Western Australia, has been awarded Tier III Design Certification.

The company said this award is one of the “most significant milestones” in its history and puts it in an elite group of Australian companies to have achieved the certification.

The tier certification is a proven measure of a data centre infrastructure’s capability to meet particular performance levels.

The tier system is based on a set of infrastructure and operating criteria and provides customers with an independent understanding of how a particular data centre facility will function per their needs and what they might be able to expect from the location.

Tier III means Bibra Lake is able to undergo routine maintenance without a disruption in operations.

DC2 is now the only provider in WA with its own tier III design data centre and ISO 27001 ISMS accredited cloud platform.

“This certification demonstrates our ambition to achieve the highest standards, and validation that Bibra Lake meets the high standards of modern data centres,” Managing Director Blake Burton said.

“It also demonstrates that we are committed to delivering the highest level of service for current and future customers who require colocation or cloud services across multiple sectors.”

The Australian data centre market is expected to grow to $3.7 billion by 2025 and DC2 believes it is well placed to capitalise on this growth.

On the market, DC2 shares were in the grey and closed trading at five cents.

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