Following its scathing 'Hero to Zero' report, Greenpeace has hit out again at large companies using carbon offsets to meet sustainability targets. At the Reuters Impact conference, Greenpeace's Executive Director Jennifer Morgan said there's "no time" for offsets and that the climate emergency...
Region: Asia-Pacific (APAC)
Gross SqFt: 64,583
Total Power: 15.0 Megawatts
Ownership: NEXTDC does not own the building.
NEXTDC's M1 Melbourne data centre is certified to UTI Tier III standard and the first facility in Australia to achieve 4.5 NABERS rating for data centre infrastructure.
As one of the countries most highly connected data centre, at M1 you will enjoy seamless and secure access to the world's largest cloud platforms including AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud, Oracle Cloud and Alibaba Cloud, the nations carrier networks and service providers.
M1 has achieved the Uptime Institute’s industry-benchmark Tier III certification for design. M1 has a minimum of N+1 redundancy on all critical systems to provide 100% availability on services.
The M1 Melbourne data centre is the first facility in Asia-Pacific to employ solar power as a renewable energy source. The photovoltaic solar system is the largest privately funded rooftop solar array in Australia. It’s capable of generating approximately 550 megawatt-hours of electricity annually, offsetting around 670 tonnes of CO2 each year – equivalent to the carbon emitted by 200 cars.