Catapult Data Center Gains Energy Star Certification

Catapult International is one of the fastest growing companies in IT logistic has announced that one of its data centers has received Energy Star Certification from USEPA (united States Environmental Protection Agency). Catapult data center service is provided by CoSentry and attributes low cost energy in Midwest and stringent compliance governance. These factors have helped Catapult to gain Energy star standards. USEPA certification identifies and rewards buildings with best practices

and provides outline for data centers to consume less energy, water and other natural resources. Chief Information Officer at Catapult International David Luttrell said, “Catapult looks for partners that are considered to be forward thinking and leading edge in their industry. Having the Energy Star Certification affirms our commitment to the environment.” Apart from this certification Catapult’s data center is holding certification for PCI DSS, NIST 800-53, OSHA, HIPPA, and SSAE 16. Catapult data center is also perusing LEED gold rating from USGBC (United States Green Building Council). LEED EBOM (Existing Building Operations and Maintenance) is one of the efficiency tool which measures maintenance and operations of existing data centers. About Catapult International: Catapult International is one of the fastest growing IT logistic companies. Catapult was started in 2007 and provides freight rate technology solution for multinational across the globe. Catapult QMS™ is one of the best applications for International Ocean and air rating, pricing, and freight auditing. Catapult International specializes as a middle ware provider in web services and file transfers. Data Center Talk updates its resources everyday. Visit us to know of the latest technology and standards from the data center world. Please leave your views and comments on DCT Forum


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