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Consumers living in areas of Victoria between Warrnambool and Geelong will receive access to Nextgen Group’s optical fibre network following a partnership between the vendor and the Victorian government.
Nextgen Group subsidiary Metronode officially opened its second Perth data centre, Perth 2, this week. The facility has a 2.8 megawatt capacity and a power utilisation efficiency of 1.17.
Nextgen Group subsidiary Metronode has officially opened its second Perth data centre, Perth 2, which will offer customers a power utilisation efficiency (PUE) of 1.17.
Nextgen Group subsidiary, Metronode, officially opened its new Tier III data centre in Unanderra, Wollongong this month. The facility is one of two data centres used by the NSW government as part of its Data Centre Reform Strategy. Metronode’s other facility is located at Silverwater, West Sydney.
Nextgen Group subsidiary Metronode, has begun construction of a second data centre in Perth which has a 2.28 megawatt (MW) capacity.
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