NextDC to support Google Cloud deployments in Victoria

NextDC Limited has said that it will support Google Cloud customers through its M2 Melbourne data centre with two interconnect access points.

Organisations connecting to Google Cloud from M2 will directly benefit from direct, reliable and low latency connections to Google Cloud, the ASX listed company said.

Local access to Google Cloud removes the need for organisations to haul their Google Cloud workloads back to Sydney via intercapital or internet-based connections. Not only will it alleviate connectivity costs, it will enable organisations to achieve maximum performance by close to eliminating latency and jitter across the network, company officials added.

NEXTDC CEO Craig Scroggie said: “The addition of these two new Google Cloud Interconnect services offers enterprise and government organisations greater depth and diversity when optimising their Hybrid and Multi-Cloud strategies. In addition to providing an increased level of security and reliability, these new Google Interconnect locations will vastly expand Australia’s access to one of the world’s fastest growing cloud platforms.”

Customers have the option to choose between Google Cloud’s Dedicated Interconnect accessed via a Cross Connect, or Google Cloud’s Partner Interconnect solution which is accessed via NEXTDC’s AXON interconnection platform.

AXON is a powerful interconnection platform that interconnects NEXTDC’s national data centre footprint to Australia’s largest and most network-rich partner ecosystems.

“Cloud is the digital foundation for our customers’ transformation strategies, and as the most valuable resource in business, data forms the building blocks of new world technology and modern digital businesses. As such, the reliability, proximity and accessibility of data and digital infrastructure is essential. The important role NEXTDC plays for our customers is ensuring they are securely and directly interconnected to the IT services and critical digital infrastructure that drive their growth and innovation strategies,” added Scroggie.

Earlier, in July, Australian data centre services provider has added two direct connection points to Google Cloud through its B2 Brisbane data centre.

Read: https://w.media/nextdc-adds-2-direct-connection-points-to-google-cloud-via-brisbane-dc/

NextDC has started construction of one of its largest data centres, dubbed S3, located in Artarmon on Sydney’s lower North Shore.

The project is expected to be completed in the second half of 2022 by the construction company Multiplex, which was involved in establishing NextDC’s 20MW facility in Perth and the 30MW S2 centre in Sydney’s Macquarie Park.

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Macquarie Data Centres announces new data centre in North Sydney

Macquarie Data Centres, part of the Macquarie Telecom Group has announced a new data centre at its Macquarie Park Data Centre Campus in Sydney.

Macquarie has commenced a State Significant Development Application process today to build the 32-megawatt (MW) IT load facility.

Located in the Sydney North Zone at the Macquarie Park Data Centre Campus the new facility will be the largest data centre on the campus, bringing the total IT load of the campus to 50MW, the company said in a statement.

Called the Intellicentre 3 (IC3) Super West, it will be designed, constructed and operated to meet the needs of corporates, government and multinational customers, the ASX listed company said in a statement.

 

Digital Self Sufficiency

 

Further, it will enhance New South Wales’ cybersecurity infrastructure and capabilities, at a time when there is an increased push for data localisation across many countries.

This data centre will attract new investment into Australia from multinationals looking to expand in the Asia Pacific region,” said Macquarie Telecom Group CEO David Tudehope.

“The New South Wales digital economy is rapidly growing, and this project will create world-class infrastructure and valuable long-term jobs in the digital and cyber security sector.”

This global scale data centre will be one of the most certified facilities in the region,” pointed out Macquarie Data Centres Group Executive, David Hirst. “Data is growing exponentially and we have demonstrated time and time again our ability to deliver infrastructure to meet that growth. Our data centres are sovereign, secure and certified to manage Australia’s most important data and drive the digital economy.”

Intellicentre 3 (IC3) Super West is designed to interconnect with IC3 East.

The Macquarie Park Data Centre Campus will also be the home of the Sovereign Cyber Security Centre of Excellence with an integrated mix of leading edge physical and virtual infrastructure designed to monitor and manage cybersecurity events.

The 24/7 centre with be monitored by trained engineers equipped with the latest tools.

The infrastructure and personnel will be housed in IC3 Super West offering a truly Australian sovereign solution to the growing cyber security threats. This will provide vital skills development to the in-demand sector, which needs around 18,000 new workers in Australia by 2026 according to AustCyber.

IC3 Super West is designed to achieve Security Construction and Equipment Committee (SCEC) Zone 4 or higher security, ISO 27001 and SOC 2 (information security), PCI DSS 3.2, ISO 45001(occupational health and safety), ISO 14001 (environmental management), and a host of other security, safety and efficiency standards.

Macquarie expects the project to create more than 1,200 jobs in construction, engineering, cybersecurity, and other fields. Phase 1 of IC3 Super West is expected to be completed in the second half of calendar year 2023, subject to final Board approvals, with planning permission expected to be granted in early 2022.

The launch of IC5 in North Sydney follows the successful, on-time and on-budget completion of Macquarie’s IC5 Bunker facility in Canberra, and the IC3 East (Phase 1) facility at its Macquarie Park Data Centre Campus located in Sydney’s North Zone, with an investment of AU$100 million plus and over 1,600 jobs to Sydney and Canberra during the pandemic.

Read: https://w.media/macquarie-opens-new-high-security-data-centre/

The company’s data centre services have been in high demand, with circa 10MW IT load contracted with a leading global corporation at the Macquarie Park Campus in November 2020, with the fit out works in relation to that contract tracking well for completion in late 2021, early 2022, the company said.

Sydney and Singapore are among the world’s biggest data centre markets, according to real estate services company Cushman and Wakefield, which has published its latest report on the global data centre market.

The rankings are based on the world’s best cities for data center facilities in terms of land considerations, ecosystem advantages, and political and regulatory circumstances.

In the last few months, at least 4 major players have announced their foray into Sydney.

Read: https://w.media/a-264-million-data-centre-to-come-up-in-sydneys-macquarie-park/

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BGIS acquires data centre specialist AREA3

BGIS has acquired AREA3, a niche provider of strategic advisory, development consulting, project management and project delivery services to a range of national and international clients across the public and private sectors.

AREA3’s team is located in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane and is known for specialist capabilities and experience with data centre projects from concept to delivery. The broad scope of projects spans across many sectors including commercial and residential, industrial, infrastructure, data centres, telecommunications, education, health, defence and transportation.

BGIS is a global leader in the provision of facility management, project delivery, energy and sustainability, asset management, workplace advisory and real estate services. It manages over 30,000 facilities totalling more than 31.5 million square metres across several markets.

“Building on our leading global position in managing critical environments, this acquisition gives us the scale and impetus to support clients in Asia Pacific with the full critical asset lifecycle from project delivery services, commissioning, engineering consulting and facilities management, to the self-perform of technical services.

This aligns us to BGIS’ capability in Canada, the US and the United Kingdom to create a global team to service critical environment customers across the lifecycle of their physical assets,” said BGIS President and Managing Director Dana Nelson.

“We see many opportunities to transfer technical knowledge and deliver more innovative solutions to our clients”.

AREA3 Managing Director Charles Penny said, “BGIS is a progressive company offering us the opportunity to grow our footprint by leveraging the scale and reach of a multinational organisation. We believe this is a positive change for our customers, management and employees.”

Led by Charles Penny, Managing Director, AREA3 boasts a team of technical and engineering consultants with expertise in development and construction projects. Recent projects include data centres, hospitals, heavy rail infrastructure, commercial office fit outs, childcare facilities, and telecommunication exchanges.

Nomination Window: 1st June – 31st July

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TPG Telecom opens 5G Innovation Lab in Sydney

TPG Telecom has opened a 5G Innovation Lab in Sydney, which aims to enable vendors to trial their emerging 5G-related technology.

Located in Sydney, the facility comprises an onsite data centre and rooftop mobile site, allowing vendors to partner with TPG to accelerate the adoption of solutions including vRAN, Mobile Edge Computing, mobile private networks and Open RAN, the company said.

 

Integrated site for 5G trials

 

The new facility is a first of its kind for TPG Telecom and will provide a single integrated site for vendors to trial their emerging 5G related technologies, the company added.

TPG aims to provide a single integrated site to drive product innovation around technology like network virtualisation and emerging 5G applications for industry.

“This is an incredibly exciting new initiative that will allow us to explore end-to-end cloud native 5G infrastructure and unleash the full potential of 5G in driving industry digitisation and automation,” TPG Telecom executive general manager for mobile and fixed networks Barry Kezik said.

“Not only will this allow us to evaluate innovations in 5G network infrastructure to deliver better customer experience with lower cost, the real potential here is to unlock 5G’s high throughput and ultra low latency capabilities for industry verticals.

Kezik pointed out that the Innovation Lab will also enable TPG Telecom to benchmark and understand the potential return on investment of different vendor radio technology through on-site trials.

“Having the ability to partner and trial different radio technology with different vendors within the Innovation Lab allows for greater ease in benchmarking performance,” he said.

Samsung will be the first vendor partner to utilise the new TPG Telecom Innovation Lab.

Globally, there has been a push to adopt open networking standards. Recently, Taiwan has advocated for open and disaggregated connectivity for 5G.

Read: https://w.media/taiwan-advocates-for-open-networks/

Zoot launches new Data Centre in Australia

Zoot Enterprises, a global provider of advanced origination, acquisition and decision management solutions, has announced a new data center in Sydney Australia.

This is in line with its next phase of global expansion plans, the company. The Sydney data centre will be Zoot’s fifth data centre, and extends the company’s global presence to three continents.

Zoot already operates data centres in Bozeman Montana, Billings Montana, Frankfurt Germany and Amsterdam in the Netherlands. The Sydney data centre began operations this month, the company said.

Zoot provides flexible, scalable decisioning technology solutions to companies in the financial, retail and medical industries. The company’s worldwide client base includes top-ten financial institutions, auto manufacturers, retailers, hospitals and global payment providers.

Tony Rosanova, President and CTO of Zoot said: “This data centre expansion is being driven by client needs, and is testament to our willingness and our flexibility to go above and beyond for our customer family. We are also proud to have built the center with our own framework, which allowed us to deploy this country-specific solution within weeks instead of months.”

Zoot built the new centre with its latest technology infrastructure, which gives customers ultimate control, flexibility and speed to market. The new Australian data centre will ensure that companies doing business on that continent have a secure transaction environment that meets local requirements for onshore restriction of data.

Sydney and Singapore are among the world’s biggest data centre markets, according to real estate services company Cushman and Wakefield, which has ranked the world’s best cities for data centre facilities in terms of land considerations, ecosystem advantages, and political and regulatory circumstances.

Also read: https://w.media/a-264-million-data-centre-to-come-up-in-sydneys-macquarie-park/

https://w.media/nextdc-kicks-off-its-largest-data-centre-construction-in-sydney/

https://w.media/stockland-real-estate-data-centres/

Nomination Window: 1st June – 31st July

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A $264 million data centre to come up in Sydney’s Macquarie Park

A new $264 million data centre set to come up in Sydney.

This data centre which is slated to come up in Sydney’s Macquarie Park has got the go ahead from the New South Wales (NSW) government. Construction of the data centre is expected to begin in September and be operational by March 2023.

Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes said: “Our increased reliance on digital technologies means the demand for the physical infrastructure underpinning these technologies is growing.

 

A significant DC Hub

 

Sydney and Singapore are among the world’s biggest data centre markets, according to real estate services company Cushman and Wakefield, which has published its latest report on the global data center market.

The rankings are based on the world’s best cities for data center facilities in terms of land considerations, ecosystem advantages, and political and regulatory circumstances.

In the last few months, at least 4 major players have announced their foray into Sydney.

Earlier this month Australian real estate developer Stockland announced its plans of building its first data centre in Sydney.

DCI, a fully owned portfolio company of Brookfield Asset Management, a leading global alternative asset manager also got an approval for its latest Asia Pacific data centre development in the city.

Read: https://w.media/dci-secures-development-approval-for-new-sydney-data-center/

Similarly, NextDC has started construction of one of its largest data centres, dubbed S3. Read: https://w.media/nextdc-kicks-off-its-largest-data-centre-construction-in-sydney/

In March, Finnish cloud hosting company UpCloud has announced the opening of its new data centre. Read: https://w.media/finlands-upcloud-opens-new-data-centre-in-sydney/

In the same month, Hyperscale data centre specialist AirTrunk has opened its second Sydney hyperscale data centre. Read: https://w.media/aiming-for-sky-high-growth-airtrunk-opens-2nd-sydney-hyperscale-dc/

Equinix plans to develop a $91 million data centre in central Sydney. Read: https://w.media/equinix-plans-to-develop-a-91-million-dc-in-sydney/

ExtraHop, a cybersecurity firm that specialises in cloud-native network detection and response, opened data centre facilities in the city. https://w.media/cybersecurity-firm-extrahop-opens-a-new-data-centre-facilities-in-sydney/

This development also follows recent changes to investment thresholds in NSW. The State Significant Development threshold of $50 million for these types of developments has been lowered to $30 million until May 2023, with extra resources included to get them through the planning system more quickly.

Nomination Window: 1st June – 31st July

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Is there a team, project, or individual who you believe has made outstanding contributions to the industry this year? Find out more about how to submit your nomination here.

 

Australia’s Stockland real estate to build first data centre in Sydney

Australian real estate developer Stockland is set to build its first data centre in Sydney.

The real estate firm confirmed that it has “obtained SSDA approval for the construction and operation of [its] data centre at M_Park”, located in Sydney’s tech hub of Macquarie Park.

An SSDA approval, or a State Significant Development approval, are projects that are given the green light by the New South Wales state government on account of their economic value.

According to Australian media reports, the new Sydney data centre will be a five-story facility, taking up 6,300 square metres of data halls and 3,125 square metres of office space.

The facility will also have ten diesel generators and underground tanks that will be able to store 360,000 litres of fuel.

Construction is scheduled to begin in September this year, and is slated for completion in March 2023.

Data Centres are fast growing in the ANZ region

Stockland is not the only organisation that is pouring in investments into the data centre industry in the ANZ region. DCI Data Centres, a portfolio data centre company managed by Canadian firm Brookefield Asset Management, has recently also purchased land to set up a new data centre in Auckland, New Zealand.

Finland’s UpCloud opens new data centre in Sydney

Finnish cloud hosting company UpCloud has announced the opening of its new data centre in Sydney, Australia.

Named AU-SYD1, the facility marks UpCloud’s first data centre in Oceania. It is located in Equinix’s flagship Sydney data centre campus, SY5, which is Equinix’s largest data centre in Australia.

UpCloud CTO Joel Pihlajamaa explains that UpCloud’s proximity to Equinix’s SY5 means better latency and improved service offerings to businesses with clients in Australia and Oceania.

“We’ve had a large base of users from Australia and New Zealand using our Singapore data centre for a long time. Many of them asked us to expand our service offering to Australia,” said UpCloud CEO Antti Vilpponen on the company’s decision to establish a new facility in Australia.

“We also believe that Australian users will value a new cloud provider offering a more premium level of features, such as 100 percent uptime SLA, 24/7 technical support and personal approach,” he added.

The company launched three new data centres in New York, Madrid, and Warsaw last year. AU-SYD1 is their twelfth in the world. UpCloud also said that it hopes to launch more data centres in multiple new locations this year.

Australia’s data centre market continues to flourish

UpCloud’s forage into Sydney continues to illustrate the city’s status as one of the world’s largest data centre markets.

This week, several data centre players have made moves that would greatly contribute to Australia’s data centre ecosystem. Homegrown providers Fibre Expressway and Leading Edge Data Centres have unveiled plans to bring data centres to regional and rural areas in the country.

AU-SYD1 will be available from 31 March 2021.

Fibre Expressway is building 3 data centres for $1.5 billion in Australia

Australian network infrastructure company Fibre Expressway has announced its plan to build three data centres in the country that would cost a total of $1.5 billion.

Project Koete will see the company build three greenfield Tier IV data centres in Northwestern Australian cities Perth and Dampier, and the Northern Territory’s capital city of Darwin.

All three data centers will have a combined capacity of 20Megawatts (MW). Once completed, they will be able to serve not only Indigenous communities in the region, but also expand the cloud capacity of APAC markets, such as Sydney, Melbourne, and Singapore.

“This will be the most significant technological investment Western Australia and the Northern Territory have ever seen,” said Gary Kennedy, CEO of Fibre Expressway.

“This facility will combine the benefits of greater interconnectivity between north and western Australia and the world, encouraging greater investment in the region, and improving data security and sovereignty,” he explained.

Peter Bannister, Group Managing Director at Fibre Expressway, also said that under Project Koete, the company is partnering with wind, solar and, in the longer term, ocean and clean hydrogen providers to satisfy the need for 100% renewable energy access over time.

“We’re targeting 30 plus years’ scalability assuredness, enabling customers to plan for decades, not just years. By working with our global partner network, we’re confident Project Koete will be delivered under world-leading governance and rule-of-law standards,” he added.

An 800km subsea cable will also be constructed as part of this project, which will link Perth and Darwin, and stretch across Southeast Asia to Malaysia via Indonesia and Singapore.

The data centres are estimated to be ready for service in 2023, whereas the subsea cables are scheduled for completion by 2025.

Australia’s data centre landscape

Australia’s data centre industry is one of Asia Pacific’s strongest, with Sydney being ranked as the third largest market in the world. Its major players include Equinix, homegrown data centre provider NextDC, and homegrown telcos Telstra and Vocus Group.

Such is the booming state of the Australian market, that rural regions are not left behind either. In March, local company Leading Edge Data Centres announced its plan to roll out modular data centres throughout regional New South Wales.

Report: Sydney, Singapore among the world’s biggest data center markets

Sydney and Singapore are among the world’s biggest data center markets.

These findings are according to real estate services company Cushman and Wakefield, which has published its latest report on the global data center market, ranking the world’s best cities for data center facilities in terms of land considerations, ecosystem advantages, and political and regulatory circumstances.

However, the top ten data centre markets are dominated by the US, with Northern Virginia and Chicago ranking first and second in the world respectively. Dallas, Seattle, and New York are other major cities made the list.

Two Asia-Pacific cities made the top ten: Sydney placed third, right in front of Silicon Valley, whereas Singapore came in at fifth place. As the biggest mover in overall rankings, the report attributed Sydney’s leap to third place to “Australia’s ongoing transformation in IT infrastructure”.

Singapore’s position, on the other hand, illustrates the city state’s “strong existing [market], dense fiber, and an array of available services.”

The report also shed light on secondary data center markets where the colocation sector “continues to blossom”, this includes Seoul, which entered the long list for the first time with a 300 MW data center capacity, Jakarta, and Mumbai. Data center markets to watch in APAC include Kuala Lumpur and Chennai.

The report evaluated 1,189 data centers and 48 markets all around the world.

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Equinix plans to develop a $91 million DC in Sydney

Equinix plans to develop a $91 million data centre in central Sydney.

The New York-listed company has submitted its plans, which include a facility, to be built across a 26,000 sq m site at 506 Gardeners Road in Alexandria. This was submitted to the Council earlier this week, the company said.

Equinix plans to provide up to 15,500 sq. metre of new rack space and offices in a new stand alone facility that will link directly with the first stage of its 9,220 cabinet SY5 centre and its existing SY4 centre on Bourke Street.

It will also benefit from direct fibre connect capability between its neighbouring IBX data centres SY1, SY2 and SY3. It will also connect with a new data centre, the SY6 IBX, in Silverwater, Western Sydney.

The new facility will give its users secure connections to more than 1,800 participants across all regions around the world, linking them to major cloud providers such as Alibaba, Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, SAP Cloud, Oracle, and SoftLayer.

With this Equinix’s national footprint will go up to 19 data centres across Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide and Brisbane.

Globally, Equinix comprises more than 200 data centres across 26 countries, providing data centre and related services for 10,000 businesses, which includes more than 50 per cent of the Fortune 500 companies.

Perth has been highlighted by Equinix as a strategic location due its proximity to two 4,600 kilometre submarine cables linking to Singapore—the Australia Singapore Cable and Indigo cable.

In Perth, Equinix recently announced plans to develop a $76 million data centre, the third such facility. That first phase of that facility, to be located adjacent to its existing PE2 centre, will offer an initial capacity of 650 cabinets and a collocation space of more than 1,830 sq. metre by the end of this year.

When fully built, the facility will offer 1650 cabinets and a collocation space of more than 10,600 square metres. A day back, ExtraHop, a cybersecurity firm that specialises in cloud-native network detection and response, opened data centre facilities in Sydney to enhance access to its native security platform, Reveal(x) 360. 

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Cybersecurity firm ExtraHop opens new data centre facilities in Sydney 

ExtraHop, a cybersecurity firm that specialises in cloud-native network detection and response, opened data centre facilities in Sydney to enhance access to its native security platform, Reveal(x) 360.

This means the company can also deliver reduced latency and higher availability, whilst ensuring that customers maintain data sovereignty.

“Organisations around the world are rethinking their approach to security as advanced threats like APTs and software supply chain attacks take a financial and reputational toll,” says ExtraHope Asia Pacific and Japan vice president David Sajoto.

He said that the company is committed to providing the customers with learning-backed detection and response capabilities that put public and private sector security teams back in the driver’s seat when it comes to protecting their organisations.

As such,  they serve to ensure that their customers “have access to high-availability, low-latency security capabilities that meet local standards for data sovereignty and protection”.

This is the company’s latest move in its expansion in Australia and the broader APAC region.

In August 2020, ExtraHop appointed Australian distribution partner NEXTGEN as part of its agreement to broaden its security channel in the country.

In October 2020 the company’s ExtraHop Reveal(x) 360 achieve Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Competency Status, meaning that ExtraHop has the required technical proficiency and ability to help customers secure applications, data, and workloads on AWS.

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