Luke Clifton (Macquarie Telecom)

Luke Clifton (Macquarie Telecom)

Credit: Macquarie Telecom

Macquarie Telecom is to launch a public cloud service to its hosting business in an effort to boost its customer numbers.

The publicly-listed company currently provides a private cloud platform across its three data centres, but will expand into public cloud services as part of an overall pivot towards hybrid adoption.

The announcement comes off the back of a strong performance within Macquarie Telecom’s hosting division, as year-on-year revenue rose from $91.1 million to $105.8 million.

The company is currently in the process of completing its $80-million Macquarie Intellicentre 3 (IC3) East, which will expand its data centre capacity from a total load of 10MW to 26MW. The centre’s completion was however delayed and the first data hall is now expected to be completed by the second half of FY20.

Upon the centre’s completion, the entire Macquarie Park Data Centre Campus will provide 43MW in total load, a “significant” increase in the current 10MW facility.

(Excerpt) Read more Here | 2019-08-28 00:43:00
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