Sydney, Australia Data Center


Host in a Data Center Perfect for Reaching Oceanian and Asian Markets

Built in August 2016 and located near the Central Business District of Sydney, our Australian facility (SYD) offers low-latency access to the flourishing markets in Australia and New Zealand, and Southeast Asian markets such as Vietnam, South Korea, and Japan.

Secure Connectivity

Situated on a redundant ring to other local POPs in Sydney, the facility is ideally connected for the Australian market and beyond.

Powerful Infrastructure

APC Symmertra UPS and power distribution gear are set up in a N+1 configuration backed up by a 300 kilowatt Caterpillar generator.

Extra Redundancies

Our facility combines state-of-the-art technology with N+1 redundancy to maintain stability across all cooling, bandwidth, and power systems. Reliable air cooling is made possible by 10x Indirect Evaporative Cooling Air Handling (IDEC) units per data hall, and a broad array of carriers provides bandwidth through a fully redundant dark fiber ring network. As for power, the Uninterruptible Power System (UPS) is backed up by diesel generators with 10,000 litres of fuel on-site.