Fujitsu's Perth datacentre opens: photos

Fujitsu's Perth datacentre opens: photos

Summary: Fujitsu, in partnership with BankWest has opened its latest datacentre in Perth which the provider is calling Australia's greenest and most advanced datacentre facility.


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    Bankwest managing director Jon Sutton and Fujitsu global executive Kazuo Ishida unveil the official plaque.

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    The plaque is kept inside the lobby for security purposes.

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    The official sake ceremony with Bankwest's CIO Andy Weir, Bankwest managing director Jon Sutton, Fujitsu managing director Rod Vawdrey and Fujitsu global executive Kazuo Ishida at Fujitsu's Perth data centre launch.

Topics: Data Centers, Banking

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  • Um, I click the link to see their datacentre, and I see cheap PR, not so much as a pretty girl to look at. Bad journo, no racks!!
  • Fujitsu was worried about security. Next time nefariouswheel maybe we'll go commando.

    Suzanne Tindal, News Editor