Pre-fabricated modular data centre specialist, DXN Limited (ASX:DXN) has entered into two separate agreements to supply fully prefabricated and engineered factory-built modular data centres to Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) as well as Covalent Lithium Pty Ltd.
BDA is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company within the Boeing Defence, Space & Security business unit, and is one of the leading aerospace enterprises globally.
Covalent is the manager appointed by a joint venture between subsidiaries of Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A. and Wesfarmers Limited to develop and operate the Mount Holland Lithium Project.
DXN CEO, Matthew Madden, CEO, said the DXN team continue to develop products and services that have high demand and acceptance in the mining industry and this new customer is further testament towards our strategic focus.
“DXN continues to demonstrate that we can break into new market segments such as defence, space and security with companies like Boeing where high quality critical communications infrastructure like modular data centres are required to be on-site. DXN is well positioned to support the needs of critical infrastructure across multiple segments.”
DXN Limited designs, builds, owns and operates data centres. Offering integrated, customised and tailored solutions to clients, DXN provides businesses with the option of delivering solutions to site through containerised modules, or space in DXN’s modular colocation facilities to suit technical specifications and operational requirements.
From a single rack in the colocation facilities through to fully customised Edge Infrastructure, DXN can deliver a range of solutions to meet modern data centre requirements.
DXN has achieved an industry first and become the first modular data centre developer in the world to receive both Uptime Institute Tier-Ready III and Tier-Ready IV design review awards.