Watch A Timelapse Video Of A Telstra Data Centre Being Constructed

Building a data centre from scratch isn’t easy. This video shows the construction of Telstra’s new data centre in Clayton, Melbourne over a period of months.

Built over two years, the site had two dedicated “data halls”, each 1000 metres squared in size. The site can handle a loaf of more than six megawatts.

The centre will be used to host VMware’s vCloud Air and Cisco’s InterCloud, as well as Telstra’s own branded cloud services.

[via Telstra Exchange]

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