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Brisbane’s DC market continues to expand

13 Feb 2019

iseek, a service provider to the enterprise & government sectors today announced it is expanding its Eagle Farm data centre campus located in Brisbane, Queensland.

The current Eagle Farm data centre, launched in 2010 established a new benchmark in energy efficiency through technology innovation, winning the WSP Award for Best Sustainable Development – New Buildings, at the Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovations and Excellence Awards in 2012.  

The new expansion builds on that innovation, growing iseek’s portfolio of energy efficient data centres in Australia.

The expansion is the third iseek Brisbane data centre, and the second to be located in the same precinct. 

The new data centre will be an Uptime Institute Tier 4 rated, 6MW purpose-built greenfield facility significantly expanding iseek’s footprint in the Queensland market for data centre services targeting Q1 2020.  

In addition, further expansion In May this year will see the opening of the new purpose-built iseek Townsville Data Centre.  iseek is one of the largest data centre providers in the Queensland market.

iseek CEO Jason Gomersall says, “Continued growth and expansion was necessary to meet the growing demand for data centre services. 

“The acceleration of on-premise data centres shifting to purpose-built facilities, the rise of cloud computing, data storage growth, innovation in the Internet of Things (IoT) and immersive technologies all continue to increase demand for data centre capacity in Brisbane.”

“Being at the forefront in data centre ingenuity, innovation and technology infrastructure has given us the opportunity to deliver data centre services to cloud providers, network operators and enterprise & government customers.”

iseek is a data centre, cloud services and connectivity provider to the enterprise and government sectors. 

iseek data centres are located in Sydney, Brisbane and Townsville (May 2019). All facilities are supported by iseek’s resilient core IP network throughout Australia which peers with all major carriers, content delivery networks, cloud providers and multiple peering fabrics in addition to Tier1 DDoS protected internet access.

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