Polaris Data Centre

Data Centre Floors

  • Slab loading capacity of 1600kg/m2
  • 4.5m floor to ceiling height
  • Average temperature of 23°C ± 1°C
  • Average relative humidity of 50% ± 5%
  • 600mm raised floors with under-floor chilled water distribution
  • Overhead power, telecommunications and networking cabling in flexible trays
  • APC InRow cooling units provide flexible, high-capacity cooling
  • Inert gas fire suppression with associated gas extraction system and dampers
  • Windowless floors except in common areas (office and lift foyer area per floor)
  • Two high load lifts servicing Data Centre and Plant level (including loading bay) access to the main foyer

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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.




  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Polaris has been Megaported!

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

  • 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.