Cloud Hosting and Communication Service Provider iSeek Opens Tier-III Data Center in Sydney

iSeek Opens Tier-III Data Center in Sydney
iSeek Opens Tier-III Data Center in Sydney

CloudHostingTech.com on August 26, 2012 : Cloud hosting and communication service provider company iSeek Communications has open a tier-III data center in Australian city of Sydney. This was announced by the company this week. The data center is built at Gore Hill Business Park in North Sydney; the total amount that was invested for this project of tier-III data center was accounted at $ 100 million.

Sydney city is becoming a major hub in Australia region; many big companies have already announced their own big and state of the art data centers in the city. These companies include Rackspace, Amazon, and few others.

In his statement Mr. Jason Gomersall, managing director of iseek communication and cloud hosting Service Company said, “Many government and other organizations are seeking to have large data and cloud resources in the area”. He further said, “A recent Gartner report suggests that global spending on enterprise Cloud will grow from $US95 billion in 2011 to $US205 billion by 2016, and that overall IT spend will increase by 4.4 percent in 2013. This market growth is helping drive demand for cutting edge data center facilities that can meet the need of companies for Australian IT infrastructure.”

It was also informed through the statement that more than 4% of the capacity of this data center has already been allocated and sold to their valuable clients. These clients are from engineering and finance sectors. This data center is also built to provide collocation services along with traditional cloud hosting solutions.

Iseek Company has already three big data centers located in Brisbane Australia; with the addition of this data center, now company would have strong cluster of four data centers across the country. It was also informed that company is planning to expand its data centers in other location of the country like Brisbane, and New South Wales by 2013.