Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), the main stock market of Bangladesh on Sunday launched a new data centre to ensure automated and uninterrupted transactions.
The DSE authorities have claimed it is a state-of-the-art data centre with 106 racks, a press release said.
The data centre has already achieved ANSI/TIA-942, Rated-3 (Design and Construction) international standard certification, DSE said.
Rated-3 data centres have multiple paths to keep power, cooling, and other systems updated and running without taking them offline. As a result, equipment/devices can be removed/replaced/maintained on a planned basis without disrupting application operations, said the DSE.
On November 12, the DSE announced that trading activities have been launched from the new data centre at DSE Tower in Nikunja. It further stated that trading activities are being conducted successfully through the new data centre since its commissioning.
According to DSE, the new data centre has been equipped with state-of-the-art servers, network components, storage, and electrical equipment. By launching this state-of-the-art data centre, DSE has ensured a highly reliable and modern trading platform for the benefit of investors and all stakeholders.
DSE Chairman Professor Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Hasan Babu, Director Rubaba Daula, Managing Director Dr. ATM Tariquzzaman, Chief Operating Officer M. Saifur Rahman Majumder, Acting Chief Technology Officer Tariqul Islam, among others, were present in the opening transaction ceremony.