DCI Data Centers: South Australia to receive new $ 70 million data center from DCI

May 19, 2021 | Posted by Eric Bell

DCI Data Centers recently announced plans to launch South Australia’s first Tier-Ready III data center. With a AU$70 million (US$54 million) investment, the company says that the facility will support local businesses and governments.

Currently, the company has two data centers in the country. One is located in Eastern Creek in Western Sydney, while the other is in Kidman Park. Kidman Park’s capacity will be increased by 4MW, bringing its total capacity to 5.4MW.

Construction on the new data center will commence shortly, with a view of completion in mid-2022.

Speaking about the building plans, Malcolm Roe, DCI Chief Executive Officer for Australia and New Zealand, said: “We are impressed that South Australia continues to lead the way in supporting industries to collaborate and innovate which has stimulated demand - hence our decision to invest in this state.”