Stockholm achieves international ISO certification
Sweden’s largest planned co-location data centre, also representing one of the most energy efficient and sustainable data centres worldwide, has received international ISO certification. Developed by DigiPlex, the independent data centre owner and operator, the facility has achieved the top international standards for both environmental management and information security.
The International Standards Organisation (ISO) is the world’s largest developer and publisher of international standards and is widely regarded as the most stringent set of standards applicable to the data centre industry. DigiPlex Stockholm has been granted ISO 27001:2013 Information Security Management and ISO14001:2004 Environmental Management System Standard. DigiPlex has already secured ISO certification in both categories for its Ulven and Rosenholm data centres in Oslo, Norway.
Gisle M. Eckhoff, CEO at DigiPlex, said: “We are committed to excellence and setting the benchmark in secure, ‘green’ data centres of the highest possible quality standards. We’ve very proud of these certifications, not just because they reflect our position as a top tier data centre provider, but most importantly because they help our customers meet stringent procurement and operating requirements – making it easier and simpler for them to complete environmental and security audits with complete assurance.
“DigiPlex Stockholm offers a compelling range of practical benefits to customers and I’m pleased we’re able to extend these with the new certifications which the data centre industry regards, quite simply, as the gold standard.”