Located on the banks of the Murray River in the Riverina area of New South Wales, the location of the historic Hume dam, a gateway to the snowy mountains and home to the Wiradjuri Aboriginal people, Albury (and its sister city Wodonga) is home to over 8,000 businesses while its local government area spans just over 305 kilometres.

Albury, NSW


Total Site Capacity


Total m2 Available


Tier Design

Tier III



  • N+1 redundancy of supply power
  • 2N rack power supply (A & B) as standard
  • Redundant 1000kVA diesel generators
  • Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
  • Isolated parallel bus
  • 375kw IT load capacity per module


  • Latest smart in-row technology
  • Temperature and humidity monitored
  • In-Row Direct Expansion cooling
  • Dehumidification and filtering system
  • N+1 independent cooling
  • Hot aisle containment


  • 24/7 Network Operations Centre (NOC)
  • Keyless access using 2FA
  • Multi-stage security containment systems
  • 30+ motion-sensitive cameras
  • Designed to SCEC Zone 2 standards
  • Complies with PSPF standard


  • N+1 resilient network infrastructure
  • 99.95% network availability SLA
  • Dark fibre to the Tamworth NBN POI
  • Cloud on ramps to public cloud providers
  • Layer 2 ports from 100Mbps to 100Gbps
  • Internet/Transit up to 100Gbps

Security and Compliance

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