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CenturyLink currently provides data centre services across over 60 data centres globally with network infrastructure extending to more than 45 countries and customers can now extend their presence into Australia. As a growing base of multinationals look to Australia for their data centre services expansions, CenturyLink is here to support our customer requirements. We increased our commitment to the region with the availability of Australia Data Centre co-location services offered in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth as a result of a strategic partnership with NEXTDC.

The NEXTDC and CenturyLink partnership provides CenturyLink Australia data centre facilities and access to over 18,510 square metres of adaptable space and over 42 MW of power capacity across the five Australia locations. The Tier III facilities offer multi-layered security access system with individual authentication and 24/7 onsite security staff; N+1 redundancy and commitment to sustainable practises such as solar power and cooling systems that utilise recycled and/or rain water. Couple all of this with CenturyLink network services connecting all the data centres and our 100% power uptime service level agreement and you have a premier data centre as a service offering providing the full breadth of IT services from co-location, managed hosting, network and cloud services.

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3PSY4: Sydney

Space: 5,600 m2   Power: 14 MW

Tech Specs

3PSY4: Sydney     Space: 5,600 m2

Power

  • Initial available power of 12 MVA, increasing up to 20 MVA
  • Minimum N+1 redundancy on power supply.
  • Minimum 24 hours onsite fuel supply.

Real Estate Summary

  • Five story 17,650 m2 building.
  • Total technical space approximately 5,600 m2.
  • Floor is reinforced concrete with 14.4 kPa floor load capacity.
  • Built to the Australian Earthquake Loading Standard AS1170.
  • Importance Level 4 (IL4).

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • Inert gas fire suppression system.
  • Leak detection systems.
  • Emergency warning systems throughout the building
  • Water mist suppression system in DRUPS enclosures
  • Distributed fire alarm controls equipment.
  • Fully addressable analogue fire alarm system compromising Fire Indicator Panel (FIP), mimic panels, heat detection and MASDs systems

Mechanical Summary

  • N+1 high efficiency water cooled chillers, cooling towers and pumps.
  • N+2 Computer Room Air Conditioning (CRAC) units per data hall.
  • All mechanical plant is fully backed up by DRUPS.

3PPER1: Perth

Space: 3,000 m2   Power: 6 MW

Tech Specs

3PPER1: Perth     Space: 3,000 m2

Power

  • Available power of 12 MVA.
  • IT load capacity of approximately 5.5 MW.
  • Minimum N+1 redundancy on power supply.
  • Multiple power distribution units (PDUs) providing N+N final circuit distribution to IT racks.
  • Ultimate 6+1, 1670 kVA Diesel Rotary UPS [DRUPS] units on an Isolated Parallel bus for 100% no break IT and mechanical power.
  • Minimum 24 hours onsite fuel supply.

Real Estate Summary

  • Three story 9,600 m2 building.
  • Total technical space approximately 3,000 m2
  • 100% concrete construction for data halls.
  • Floor is reinforced concrete with 14.4 kPa floor load capacity

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • Inert gas fire suppression system.
  • Leak detection systems.
  • Distributed fire alarm controls equipment.
  • External water sprinkler system to protect from neighboring building fires.
  • Fully addressable analogue fire alarm system compromising Fire Indicator Panel (FIP), mimic panels, heat detection and MASDs systems

Mechanical Summary

  • N+1 high efficiency chillers and pumps.
  • Dual primary pipework header and distribution system.
  • Secondary pipework distribution serving data hall equipment valved and looped providing dual path
  • Multiple redundant water pump and compressor configuration.
  • N+2 Computer Room Air Conditioning (CRAC) units per data hall.

3PBRIS1: Brisbane

Space: 1,650 m2   Power: 2.25 MW

Tech Specs

3PBRIS1: Brisbane     Space: 1,650 m2

Power

  • Available power of 5 MVA.
  • Minimum N+1 redundancy.
  • Dual underground 11kV Energex feeders from city power grid
  • 100% standby generator power (Cummins V16 60 litre quad turbo diesel with 2.25 MVA output) with N+1 redundancy.
  • Minimum 12 hours onsite fuel supply.

Real Estate Summary

  • Six story 2,900 m2 building with additional basement.
  • Total technical space approximately 1650 m2 and rooftop plant.
  • Floor is reinforced concrete suspended slab

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • Inert gas fire suppression system
  • Leak detection systems
  • Distributed fire alarm controls equipment.
  • External water sprinkler system to protect from neighboring building fires.
  • Fully addressable analogue fire alarm system compromising Fire Indicator Panel (FIP), mimic panels, heat detection and MASDs systems.

Mechanical Summary

  • N+1 air-cooled UNIFLAIR chillers with variable speed motors.
  • Dual chilled water risers servicing the building.
  • Chilled water buffer tank with dual water bypass.
  • Multiple redundant water pump and compressor configuration.
  • Redundant back-up pipe systems to essential equipment

3PMELB1: Melbourne

Space: 6,000 m2   Power: 15 MW

Tech Specs

3PMELB1: Melbourne     Space: 6,000 m2

Power

  • Available power of 22.5 MVA.
  • Minimum N+1 redundancy on power supply.
  • Multiple power distribution units (PDUs) with minimum N+N redundancy.
  • Ultimate 12+1 Pillar 1670 kVA Diesel Rotary UPS [DRUPS] units on an Isolated Parallel bus for 100% no break IT and mechanical power.
  • Minimum 24 hours onsite fuel supply.

Real Estate Summary

  • Two story 17,500 m2 building.
  • Total technical space approximately 6,000 m2
  • 100% concrete construction for walls and roof of all data halls.
  • Floor is reinforced concrete with 14.4 kPa floor live load capacity.

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • Inert gas fire suppression system.
  • Leak detection systems.
  • Distributed fire alarm controls equipment.
  • External water sprinkler system to protect from neighboring building fires.
  • Fully addressable analogue fire alarm system compromising Fire Indicator Panel (FIP), mimic panels, heat detection and MASDs systems.

Mechanical Summary

  • N+1 high efficiency water-cooled chillers, cooling towers and pumps.
  • Dual primary pipework header and distribution system.
  • Secondary pipework distribution serving data hall equipment valved and looped providing dual path.
  • Multiple redundant water pump and compressor configuration.
  • Leak detection system for critical plant areas.

3PCANB1: Canberra

Space: 2,260 m2   Power: 4.8 MW

Tech Specs

3PCANB1: Canberra     Space: 2,260 m2 

Power

  • Available power of 4.8 MVA.
  • Minimum N+1 redundancy on power supply.
  • Multiple power distribution units (PDUs) with minimum N+N redundancy.
  • Minimum 24 hours onsite fuel supply.

Real Estate Summary

  • 100% concrete construction for walls and roof of all data halls.
  • Floor is reinforced concrete with 14.4 kPa floor live load capacity.

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • Inert gas fire suppression system.
  • Leak detection systems.
  • Distributed fire alarm controls equipment.
  • External water sprinkler system to protect from neighboring building fires.
  • Fully addressable analogue fire alarm system compromising Fire Indicator Panel (FIP), mimic panels, heat detection and MASDs systems.

Mechanical Summary

  • N+1 high efficiency water-cooled chillers, cooling towers and pumps.
  • Dual primary pipework header and distribution system.
  • Secondary pipework distribution serving data hall equipment valved and looped providing dual path.
  • Multiple redundant water pump and compressor configuration.
  • Leak detection system for critical plant areas.

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