Deutsch will be responsible for management, strategy and growth, including operations in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea and Singapore.
The Australian data centre market has emerged as one of the four top data centre sub-markets in Asia–Pacific, and is continuing to grow.
Digital Realty has opened its third data centre in Sydney, and expects to soon commence planning for an extra one.
The Sungard Data Centre at Kidman Park facility in Adelaide, South Australia, has expanded to 1750 square metres, making it South Australia's largest data centre facility.
The NSW Government has launched the second stage of its purpose-built Silverwater data centre, and agencies from all departments have commenced migration to the new facility.
To address seasonal demand, scale strategically and maintain its rapid growth, connected fitness company MapMyFitness uses a variety of Rackspace services.
The Australian data centre services market recorded revenues of $698 million in 2013 - a growth of 17.2% over 2012 - while revenue from co-location services increased by almost 17% during 2013.
Nearly 60% of Australian IT decision-makers expect to increase their data centre budgets by 5-10% in the next 12 months, with big data investments and virtualisation driving data centre growth.
The data centre of 2015 will look very different from the data centre of today. To prepare for the data centre of 2015, organisations must change the way they store, govern and manage data. This paper addresses the steps organisations should take to prepare their data centre for the future. Download now.
With the increasing demands by businesses and consumers for more data, it’s the data centre that’s feeling the squeeze. What’s it take to create a rock solid data centre?
Bankwest has signed up to be the first customer in Fujitsu's Perth advanced data centre.
Macquarie Telecom is to invest $60 million in a new data centre at North Ryde.
A metamorphosis underway with government data centres is set to accelerate later this year especially in the federal government sphere. This has been set in train by the Gershon review, an independent review of the Australian government’s use and management of information and communication technology. Merri Mack reports on the evolution of government data centres.
Polaris, the disaster, terrorist and earthquake proof centre that will host mission-critical ICT systems for government departments and corporate enterprises, will open and close tomorrow.