The hyperscale data centre is reshaping the IT landscape, allowing cloud-based companies to maintain global significance in an increasingly competitive industry.

Data, information, interconnectedness. These are all at the heart of our tech-centred global economy. Nearly every business or corporation in the world has an online presence and rely on data to communicate their information across the world.

So how does a company maintain its online presence while sustaining the required speed and reliability to share and consume this data? Particularly when trends show that this heavy reliance on data continues to increase?

The answer is hyperscale data centres.

Hyperscale data centres

Familiarising yourself with hyperscale data centres.

A hyperscale data centre is a super-sized version of the critical infrastructures housing many servers today.

What sets hyperscale data centers apart from traditional data centres or micro centres is their increased capacity for high-volume data and storage.

Since the demand for online services such as social networking, virtual reality workloads, cryptography, and power-intensive tasks such as gaming and live streaming is increasing, cloud computing services are witnessing an urgency to increase their capabilities.

This huge volume of data required needs to be stored and processed to meet the demands of large-scale consumption. While traditional data centres and IT enterprises are sufficient for most, hyperscale storage is becoming increasingly viable for those looking to empower their data and make it more efficient as demand increases.

Hyperscale data centres provide enormous scalability to allow organisations to maintain efficiency with better speed, flexibility, security, and storage.

What you need to know.

Cloud computing enterprises and global multinationals are consolidating their data to these large hyperscale centres to not only meet consumer-demand but to enhance their business profitability. For these companies, the move to a hyperscale facility means:

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    Easily scaling up data.

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    Increased electricity availability.

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    Efficient monitoring and utilisation of workloads.

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    Maximised cooling efficiency.

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    Increased security.

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These efficient data centres make it easier for companies to scale up their IT infrastructure while minimising their dependence on hardware - allowing them to take control of all aspects of their cloud-powered processes at a lower cost.

As your business grows, rely on a hyperscale data centre to manage all your requirements.

Find out more about our hyperscale data centre - IC3 Data Centre, Sydney

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Inside Hyperscale Data Centres in Australia.

Australia’s hyperscale market continues to grow, as cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) dominates the way modern businesses communicate. In fact, Australian organisations spent $907 million on IaaS in 2019 with the market set to exceed $1 billion on the back of COVID-19 as more businesses are being powered strictly online.

While some enterprises have their hyperscale data centers located within their premises, some may choose to contract out to colocation vendors.

A hyperscale colocation centre is a data centre facility in which companies can rent space for hyperscale infrastructure. A colocation centre is a purpose-built facility enabling you to manage your IT infrastructure without the cost of having to run your own data centre.

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What can you benefit?

From a business perspective, reduced cost and increased security is the major benefit of a colocation facility. It allows their business to scale their infrastructure as needed without having to incur excess costs. It also means 24/7 security with a team of professional NV1 trained and certified engineers.

Macquarie provides data centres across Sydney & Canberra, located in our nation’s existing network and critical infrastructure hubs – providing the utmost in security and around-the-clock reliability.

Hyperscale Data Center FAQs.