Polaris Data Centre

Building Capabilities

  • Combined building capabilities provides Tier 3+ with a design nominal 99.999% availability
  • Physically separate, diverse building entry points for telecommunications, mains water and power
  • Capable of modular fit-out and installation of additional UPS, Chillers and Cooling Towers without tenant interruption as power and cooling loads increase
  • Ability to provide scalable, redundant power and cooling infrastructure up to 1500W/m2 across the raised-floor area
  • All floor slabs water-sealed and designed to support 1600kg/m2
  • Dual carrier ‘meet me’ (Intermediate Distribution Frame – IDF) rooms, with redundant vertical cable risers
  • Fire proof Store Room
  • Secure Loading Bay with dock-leveller
  • Secure Store Room adjacent to the Loading Bay
  • No ramps are deployed in the facility
  • Secure Facility Room for unpacking and assembling equipment prior to locating in clean, secure Data Centre areas
  • Site management workshop for onsite building support and maintenance staff
  • Redundant building risers
  • Office accommodation available on most Data Centre levels, external to the biometrically secure raised floor area
  • Boardroom on ground floor
  • All horizontal network cabling to CAT6 standard with predominantly single mode optic fibre vertical cabling
  • Lightning arrestors and rods, with earthing to remove impact on sensitive ICT equipment
  • Onsite Facilities Manager
  • Ability to sub-licence technical space from 50m 2 to 6999m2

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Polaris Data Centre

POLARIS DATA CENTRE

Polaris is widely regarded as Australia’s leading, most modern, highly secure, purpose built and designed to Tier 3+ standards data centre. The facility is unique in delivering an N+2, high availability solution that is reinforced with a Service Level Agreement (SLA) assuring a class leading 99.99% availability. The Tier 3+ rating demonstrates a concurrently maintainable, high security, high availability (N+2) facility that is successfully meeting the requirements of our tenants.

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POLARIS NEWS UPDATE

  • Why Outsource to the Polaris Data Centre?

    Data centre outsourcing is a trend that can no longer be ignored, with big enterprises like, Data #3, DELL, Dimension Data/NTT Data just a couple of big names embracing the financial and operational benefits associated with a colocation solutions like the Polaris Data Centre.

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  • 20 August 2014

    The Hon. Ian Walker MP, Minister for Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts visited the Polaris Data Centre on 16 October 2013.

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  • Brisbane - Is Your Business Ready for Colocation?

    Are you looking to grow your Brisbane business but feeling bogged down by the constant need to invest in IT infrastructure? Is your IT team wanting to use their skills and resources more effectively but finding themselves constantly required for maintenance of current systems? It may be that your business is ready for colocation in Brisbane.

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  • Make the Most of your Business Colocation

    Ask yourself this question: Would you rather build your own private jet aeroplane from the ground up, or would you rather just pay for a ticket to fly in one? This same question can be posed to businesses when it comes to colocation.

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  • Polaris Data Centre's Redundancy Design Features

    To fully appreciate the sophistication of Polaris Data Centre’s redundancy design, it’s important to first understand the finer aspects of data redundancy. The process involves ensuring that there are contingencies in place to mitigate any issues with the equipment or facilities of a data centre. Simply put, data centre redundancy design keeps data safe!

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  • Polaris has been Megaported!

    Tenants at the Polaris Brisbane Data Centre now have access to Megaport's SDN-based elastic interconnection fabric.

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  • Qld Uni debuts its own data storage fabric

    Using on-campus cache to speed up off-site data access.

    The University of Queensland has prototyped a new data storage fabric it hopes to roll out by the end of the year to improve data access between its main campus and its off-site data centre.

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