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 operates six data centres – Fyshwick 1, 2 and Hume 1,2,3 and Eastern Creek 1. 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 in CDC.
28 Jan 2020
Infratil wishes to confirm that its investment partner Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (‘CSC’) sold half of its 48.2% interest in CDC Data Centres (‘CDC’) to the Future Fund on 23 December 2019 for an undisclosed sum. Infratil remains a 48.2% shareholder in CDC and continues to be very positive about the...
6 Jan 2020
As part of its 31 March 2019 full year results announcement released on 17 May 2019, Infratil provided an updated independent valuation of its investment in CDC Data Centres (‘CDC’). As at 31 March 2019, Infratil’s investment in CDC was valued at between NZ$841 million to NZ$942 million.CDC is required...
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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