In 2017, CDC celebrated 10 years in business. Since completion of its’ first data centre at Hume in 2009, CDC has expanded Hume to a total of three data centres, along with a second campus and data centre in Fyshwick.
Across these two campuses, CDC currently provide a combined 39MW building capacity to the CDC ecosystem. A fifth data centre is being constructed in Fyshwick, which is expected to be ready for occupancy in September 2018.
CDC are one of the largest owners and operators of data centre capacity in Australia, and the only commercial data centre facilities in Australia to be accredited as ‘Secret’ by defence.
CDC data centres deliver award winning energy efficiencies, combined with highly complex layers of security, providing clients with a secure, cost efficient, scalable and sustainable data centre solution – designed around client needs and government standards.