CDC Data Centres to develop two world-class data centres in New Zealand

CDC Data Centres to develop two world-class data centres in New Zealand 1
CDC is based out of Canberra in the ACT and is now the largest owner and operator of data centre capacity in Australia.

WELLINGTON: Infratil Limited announced that CDC Data Centres (“CDC”) is expanding into New Zealand. CDC is a state of the art Data Centre colocation provider delivering world class enterprise facilities and services.

CDC intends to develop two world-class hyperscale data centres on development sites in Auckland, New Zealand with capacity in the near term up to a total of 20MW and additional vacant land which can be progressively developed over time to support expected demand from new and existing customers.

The expansion allows CDC to meet demand from existing customers for data centre facilities in New Zealand and represents an extension of CDC’s existing secure co-location data centre ecosystem to New Zealand. In this way, CDC will continue to follow its strategy of providing highly secure, reliable and flexible data centre services to leading government and commercial clients across broader geographies.

Infratil Limited is a New Zealand-based infrastructure investment company. It owns airports, electricity generators, retailers and telecommunication networks, with operations in New Zealand and Australia and the US. Infratil is a 48% shareholder in CDC.

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