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NextDC in pictures
Cloud infrastructure service provider CloudCentral has signed a contract with NextDC (ASX: NXT) to run infrastructure out of the data centre provider’s facilities in Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull unveiled NextDC’s new S1 facility in Sydney recently. The $150 million five storey co-location data centre will provide 5600 metres of space to government and enterprise customers.
NextDC’s (ASX:NXT) $150 million Sydney data centre (S1) was unveiled at Macquarie Park last night by Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Data centre service provider NextDC has appointed Ted Pretty as its new chairman, replacing Roger Clarke, who quit the role in July.
ASX-listed data centre provider NextDC (ASX:NXT) has been placed in a trading holding as it makes a capital-raising announcement. The company this morning released its annual results, revealing a 632 per cent increase in revenue from data centre services to $9 million (out of total revenue of $36.2 million).
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