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SYDNEY, Australia, March 23 (Bernama) -- Asia-Pacific hyperscale data centre specialist, AirTrunk today announced the opening of its second Sydney data centre in the city’s north, AirTrunk SYD2, to support the growth of cloud customers. SYD2, with more than 110-megawatts (MW) of capacity, will be one of the largest single-campus data centres in the Asia-Pacific region, along with sister facilities in Western Sydney (130+MW) and Melbourne (130+MW), taking AirTrunk’s total capacity in Australia to over 370MW.
Adding to its expanding Asia-Pacific hyperscale data centre platform, the opening of the SYD2 campus follows the company’s dual data centre launch in Hong Kong and Singapore in December 2020. Since its first data centre opened in September 2017, AirTrunk now operates five data centres offering a unique Asia-Pacific platform with unmatched scale, speed, efficiency and reliability to all major global public cloud customers. When its Tokyo data centre is unveiled later this year, the total capacity of the platform will grow to over 750MW across five tier-one markets.