02 March 2017

Canberra gets looped into the high-speed club

C1 data centre links Canberra to Superloop’s high speed intercapital network

Superloop has expanded its high-speed intercapital colocation network with a new point of presence (PoP) at NEXTDC’s C1 Canberra data centre, giving customers increased access to fast and secure network connectivity.

The addition of C1 Canberra to Superloop’s existing connections at NEXTDC data centres in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth completes Superloop’s national footprint with NEXTDC.

The nation-wide deployment of capital city infrastructure gives Superloop the ability to immediately service customers and channel partners across all Australian markets.

“I’ve worked with NEXTDC since its first facility, B1, opened in Brisbane. This partnership between Superloop and NEXTDC has resulted in continual growth in colocation and network services for customers, and has seen our businesses grow in tandem.” Ryan Crouch, Superloop’s Chief Technology Officer

“We have a strong relationship that really benefits the end-customer with the reliability of NEXTDC data centres and the nationwide scope of Superloop’s network. We’re looking forward to continuing to work with the Superloop team on its path of growth well into the future.” Adam Scully, Group Executive – Sales and Marketing, NEXTDC