Our data centres are designed with power systems that include redundancy, uninterruptible power supplies and N+1 levels or greater and a backup generator system in the event of local failure. Through precision heating, cooling and ventilation, our data centres are capable of supporting even the most demanding high-power deployments.
We have carefully considered airflow, temperature and humidity in the localisation of our centres and our measures are reflected in the zero downtime of our facilities. Physical security is also a priority for Metronode, and we have implemented security, monitoring and facility management to ensure your infrastructure is protected.
Single storey Facility owned and operated by Metronode with dedicated IT areas, security room and staging rooms.
Brisbane’s 860 sqm Facility has a rooftop which provides a relatively unobstructed path to the sky, making it suitable for GPS antennae.
This Uptime Institute Tier III Facility has dual authentication access with iris scanning and proximity card access control. It also features 26 private rack IT rooms and a secure loading dock.
The location of our Melbourne 1 Facility was strategically selected on the fringe of Melbourne’s CBD in a low risk environment. The building rooftop has excellent line of sight to many of Melbourne’s high-rise buildings and surrounding areas.
This data centre has 22kV high voltage ring main on site, 2000kVA continuously rated generators and onsite fuel storage for over 12 hours at full load.
This facility in East Perth is purpose built, owned and operated by Metronode with over two storeys plus a rooftop area.
Our data centre in Shenton Park features 24 x 7 x 365 on-site security personnel and secondary N+1 DX cooling system.
This facility includes tenantable space over three levels plus rooftop with two separate offices with full amenities.
This Uptime Institute Tier III Facility and Operations (Gold) is based on the BladeRoom™ data centre design and represents the state of the art for secure, high density, high efficiency colocation services.
The Illawarra 1 Facility was initially commissioned in August 2013 and expanded in 2015 and includes diverse carrier rooms and cable pathways.