Canberra Data Centres (CDC): Canberra Data Centres set to build new 150MW Melbourne facility

Nov 12, 2021 | Posted by MadalineDunn

Canberra Data Centres (CDC) is building a new 150MW facility in Melbourne, Victoria. According to the company, its operating and development capacity now extends beyond 700MW, and in the next two years, the company plans to have 13 operational data centers in its portfolio.

Speaking about the company’s goals and plans CDC founder and CEO Greg Boorer.“Since its inception as a clean and green data centre business, CDC’s market-leading position has been based on meeting client needs as they arise. This new announcement of entering the market in Melbourne will see CDC add an additional 150MW of capacity to the existing development pipeline”.

Adding: “In a market where announcements about data center capacity investments are now commonplace, but where projects rarely progress to anywhere near the stated capacity, CDC is distinguishing itself with over one billion dollars of construction underway today, to reach 268MW of operating capacity.”

Specific details relating to the facility are yet to be announced. 

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