Leading provider of secure data centre services

CDC provides outsourced data centre services to government and commercial entities

Data centres are facilities that house computer systems, networking, telecommunications and storage infrastructure, they are built with high-redundancy power supplies, environmental controls (e.g. cooling, fire suppression) and security systems. 

CDC currently operates four data centres – Fyshwick 1, and Hume 1, 2 and 3. Each is custom designed to CDC’s demanding structural, environmental, ascetic and operational requirements to meet the highest standards for data centres.

Infratil holds a 48% shareholding alongside Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (48%) and CDC’s executive (4%). 

Infratil Update May 2017

This Update explains why Infratil invested in Canberra Data Centres, Longroad Energy and Tilt Renewables, and outlines the investment plans of each of those businesses.

CDC News


CDC announces new customer contracts supporting its growth

21 Dec 2018

Further to the announcement last week confirming Canberra Data Centres’ (“CDC”) acquisition of the CDC Eastern Creek data centre campus in Western Sydney, Infratil is pleased to announce that CDC has entered into new customer contracts that will underwrite further development of its data centre facilities in Sydney and Canberra.
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CDC acquires data centre facility in Sydney, NSW

14 Dec 2018

Infratil is pleased to announce that Canberra Data Centres (“CDC”) has acquired the Eastern Creek data centre facility of DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) located in Western Sydney. The new Sydney data centre facility comprises a total site area of approximately 145,000 square metres and includes an existing operational data centre...

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Canberra Data Centres ("CDC") signs contract with Microsoft

15 Aug 2017

Canberra Data Centres ("CDC") signs contract with Microsoft to deliver hyperscale cloud services from Canberra and announces final investment approval for the 20MW Fyshwick 2 data centre
Infratil is pleased to announce that CDC has entered into a contract with Microsoft to deliver hyperscale cloud services from CDC’s two Canberra based...

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