Certifications & Memberships | Stellium Data Centers

Certifications & Memberships


Our commitment to innovation and high standards of excellence are reflected in the accreditations and recognition we achieve for our Newcastle data centre and network.

As your IT infrastructure grows, Stellium understands the importance of keeping your data secure while optimising efficiency. Our data centre and network operations have garnered leading industry recognition that supports the compliance requirements and sustainability goals of your business.

Our certifications achieved below are awards issued by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Open Compute Foundation (OCP), PSN and UK Government that recognises the implementation of best practices within the data centre and connectivity industry.

ISO 27001 : Information Security Management

ISO 27001 recognises organizations that have achieved best practices for security controls to protect the information assets of the organization and its clients through the implementation and maintenance of a documented Information Security Management System.

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OCP Ready™

OCP Ready™ certified data centres provide colocation services capable of supporting high power compute (HPC), Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) workloads.

For further information on Stellum 1’s recognition under OCP, please see our decicated page here.

We are listed on the Open Compute Foundation Marketplace as a Solutions Provider here.

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PSN (Public Service Network)

Stellium Datacentres has achieved a recognition of National Cyber Security Centre by the awarding of the Public Services Network service provision certificate. This was as a result of the rigorous security management and penetration testing program which was implemented by the company management. This Public Services Network (PSN) connection compliance certificate is issued following completion of the PSN compliance verification process. It shows that Stellium has successfully achieved PSN compliance by demonstrating to the PSN audit team that the data centres infrastructure is sufficiently secure that connection to the PSN would not present an unacceptable risk to the security of the network.

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ISO 9001 : Quality Management

ISO 9001 recognises organizations that have implemented an effective quality management system that provides a clearly structured and systematic approach to maintaining and improving customer experience. This aligns top management, processes and focuses on continual improvement.

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ISO 22301:2019, Business Continuity Management

ISO 22301 recognises organizations that have planned, established, implemented, operate, monitor, review, maintain and continually improve a documented management system to protect against, reduce the likelihood of occurrence, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disruptive incidents when they arise.

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Cyber Esstentials +

Cyber Essentials (CE) is a globally recognised cybersecurity certification scheme from the UK Government that offers certification in IT security controls which all types of organisations can implement and potentially build upon. Implementing Certification can significantly reduce an organisations’ vulnerability. The scheme specifies five key areas of IT security control that can help to prevent around 80% of known cyber-attacks. The Cyber Essentials scheme provides businesses with clarity on best cybersecurity practice.

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ISO 14001 : Environmental Management

ISO 14001 recognises organizations that have enhanced its environmental performance and met compliance requirements through the implementation and maintenance of equipment, systems, processes and personnel training that work towards reducing environmental impact.

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ISO 20000-1 IT Service Management

ISO 20000-1 recognises organizations that adhere to the effective running and delivery of IT services, that continually improve processes and drive customer focus. It ensures that the organisations day to day service delivery is carried out in a way that drives customer satisfaction through improved service and leads.

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Stellium 1 is recognised BREEAM Excellent.

BREEAM is an international scheme that provides independent third-party certification of the assessment of the sustainability performance of individual buildings, communities and infrastructure projects.

The main output from a certified BREEAM assessment is the rating. A certified rating reflects the performance achieved by a project and its stakeholders, as measured against the standard and its benchmarks. The rating enables comparability between projects and provides reassurance to customers and users, in turn underpinning the quality and value of the asset.

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iMasons Climate Accord

The iMasons Climate Accord (ICA) is a historic cooperative of companies committed to reducing carbon in digital infrastructure materials, products, and power.


RIPE stands for: “Reseaux IP Europeens”. The objective of RIPE is to ensure the necessary administrative and technical coordination to allow the operation and expansion of a pan-European IP network. RIPE acts as a forum for the exchange of technical information and the creation of expertise on IP networking.


The United Kingdom Network Operators’ Forum (UKNOF) acts as an open forum for operational, technical and engineering information exchange related to networking technologies and practices.

Its objectives are to improve technical co-ordination between IP network operators within the United Kingdom. To enhance the efficiency and stability of the UK’s network infrastructure. To allow engineers to share knowledge and best practice for network operations and security and to create an OPEN environment with participation available to all players in the industry: large and small, established and innovative.

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North East England’s Chamber of Commerce (NEECC)

North East England’s largest member organisation, representing around 3,000 businesses. From SMEs to multi-nationals, NEECC bring business people together across a range of member events. Members share conversations, experience and connections and come together to influence and expand the world we do business in. For over 200 years, NEECC have been helping businesses and individuals grow their network, knowledge, influence and reach.

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHREA)

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) is an American professional association seeking to advance heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) systems design and construction. ASHRAE has more than 57,000 members in more than 132 countries worldwide. Its members are composed of building services engineers, architects, mechanical contractors, building owners, equipment manufacturers’ employees, and others concerned with the design and construction of HVAC&R systems in buildings. The society funds research projects, offers continuing education programs, and develops and publishes technical standards to improve building services engineering, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and sustainable development.


The European Internet Exchange Association (Euro-IX) gathers 69 IXPs from around the world. It was formed in June 2001 with the intention to develop, strengthen and improve the Internet Exchange Point (IXP) community. A number of IXPs recognised a need to combine their resources in order to coordinate technical standards, develop common procedures, share and publish statistics and other useful information. This would in turn give all interested parties a better insight into the world of IXPs.

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North East Growth Hub

The North East Growth Hub is delivered by the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (North East LEP). The LEP works to make the North East a place where more businesses invest, grow and prosper, to deliver more and better jobs for everyone.

The Hub is a crucial part of the LEP’s Business Growth strategy. Business growth and access to finance are key drivers for more and better jobs. They are necessities in addressing market failures to support stronger indigenous businesses to drive up GVA and employment. The North East LEP’s Business Growth Programme provides the framework for an investment of over £200m in access to finance and business support over six years. This investment will increase profitability, wages and employment across the local economy.

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