DXN Limited Unveils Sydney Data Centre
Pre-fabricated modular data centre specialist, DXN Limited has announced the opening of its new Sydney data centre at Sydney Olympic Park.
Matthew Madden, CEO of DXN Limited, said that the world-class data centre, dubbed DXN-SYD01, is a great example of the application of the prefabricated modular techniques developed by DXN to meet the growing demand for modular data centre space in an environment that is scalable, flexible and affordable.
“DXN-SYD01 caters for the spectrum of computing densities in an environment designed for world class reliability, telecommunications and cloud connectivity and state of the art security. Our modular building block approach allows us to build to any density and quickly scale to meet demand without any compromises on reliability or quality.”
Commenting on the opening of the Sydney Data Centre, Federal Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, said: “The Morrison Government is focused on connecting Australians so they can benefit from innovations enabled by the completion of the rollout of the National Broadband Network next year, and emerging technologies including 5G. The building of this new DXN data centre has the potential to provide considerable benefits for consumers of data services in terms of greater speed, efficiency and reliability.”
DXN-SYD01 was built using a prefabricated construction method that reduces on-site labour requirements, time to deploy and improves quality. This approach is extremely well suited for the construction of Edge data centres and is also flexible enough to be used on a larger scale. The modules were all prefabricated in DXN’s manufacturing facility in Perth, Western Australia using a vertically integrated manufacturing process.
Madden said, “Because we own and control the design and build of our DC’s and modules through an integrated supply chain, we enable a ‘capital light’ approach, which delivers the lowest cost per megawatt in the industry and allows us to efficiently deploy more data centre solutions on the Edge.
“The use of modular technology to build a data centre of this size validates the concept of scaling to meet demand in a typically capital-intensive industry. Taking a modular approach also allows the company to match capital requirements with capacity sold,” Madden concluded.
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