Fujitsu expanded its data center investment and capabilities in Australia with the expansion of its Western Sydney data center. The first phase of expansion, called Western Sydney 2, will involve the addition of 4,500 square meters of technical area with 20 megawatts of available power capacity.
To meet the special needs
The Western Sydney 2 will be operational by March 2021. As a part of a broader hyper scale expansion plan, Western Sydney data center to add another 14,000 square meters and 50+ megawatts of increased power capacity, providing a combined total capacity of 90 megawatts at the Western Sydney data center campus.
James Veness, head of data center portfolio, Oceania, Fujitsu, said,
“Fujitsu is focused on meeting the specific design and scale requirements of hyperscale cloud providers as well as the wholesale market, whereby providers are looking for an infrastructure partner in this region. Fujitsu is building on more than 20 years of data centre experience in Australia, and a strong heritage of providing high quality data centre services to government and enterprise customers.”
Fujitsu’s investment will deliver new levels of data center resilience and control over its infrastructure for Fujitsu’s customers using dedicated halls.
The Western Sydney data center infrastructure design principles will also be aligned to future expansion at Fujitsu’s other data center sites in Australia, offering customers greater flexibility in terms of increased density, scale, and speed of deployment. Additionally, Fujitsu Australia’s data centers are certified to the highest industry standards1.
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