Data centre to support oil & gas firms

18/05/2016 - 13:46

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International firm Katalyst Data Management has opened a new data centre at its Perth operation in Leederville to service oil and gas companies in the Asia-Pacific region.

Data centre to support oil & gas firms
Katalyst's new iGlass datacentre in Perth.

International firm Katalyst Data Management has opened a new data centre at its Perth operation in Leederville to service oil and gas companies in the Asia-Pacific region.

The new iGlass datacentre in Perth will be Katalyst’s fourth worldwide, and will allow oil and gas companies in the Asia-Pacific region to manage subsurface assets including seismic, interpretation and well data, consistently across dispersed locations.

“iGlass is Katalyst’s signature hosted technology solution that provides a complete set of tools for the full lifecycle of subsurface data management,” the company said in a statement.

“iGlass incorporates a web-based ESRI GIS map interface for direct access by clients to all their digital seismic, well and interpretation data.”

Katalyst chief executive Steve Darnell said expanding the iGlass solution into the Asia-Pacific region was crucial to being a global service provider for subsurface data management.

“Even in this difficult business environment we are backing a strong future for the oil and gas industry by investing in the Asia-Pacific,” he said.

“We are taking the long-term view that this is good for our customers and Katalyst.”

It follows news in March that Datacenter, an unlisted public company, had opened up its first large scale modular containerised data centre in Balcatta.

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