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NEXTDC's secure and newly upgraded C1 data centre is serviced by all major carriers and ICON, the Government's diverse fibre network.
Built to ASIO T4 requirements only 6km northwest of Canberra's CBD, it is the fourth AWS Direct Connect point of presence in Australia.
With excellent access to major public infrastructure plus two onsite substations, C1 offers extremely high physical security for protecting government data.
C1 is Canberra's only AWS Direct Connect location, providing low-latency, secure access directly to the AWS cloud.
This will enable Federal government and other organisations to take full advantage of AWS to deliver applications and digital services to Australians – at scale in a highly secure environment. C1 will also play a significant role in the growth of Cloud-based economic activity in regional Australia by enabling new business models and bringing innovation to the delivery of digital government services.
When your infrastructure is stored in our data centres, it's protected by advanced physical security systems and protocols. These include a multi-layered access system with individual authentication using combined biometric fingerprint technology and ID access cards (IDACs), an extensive CCTV network and 24/7 onsite security staff.
NEXTDC data centres are designed to handle the increasing power requirements of virtualised machines and as the home of cloud computing, our data centres offer some of the highest power densities in the country.
Our data centres are designed to a minimum of UTI Tier III standard, which means N+1 redundancy on all critical systems, delivering extremely high levels of service availability. We back our reliability with a 100% no-break power guarantee in our SLA.
NEXTDC is leading the industry in green initiatives to reduce consumption and environment impacts, and keep our PUE ratings as low as possible.
NEXTDC’s expert in-house engineering team add significant value with both their operational cadence and customer engagement on all non-standard design requirements. The same engineers who design and build the facilities also work with large enterprise customers to create solutions tailored for their specific needs.
From single racks, to secure caged blocks