STACK Infrastructure, the digital infrastructure partner to the world’s most innovative companies and a leading global developer and operator of data centres, announced the completion of its first Asia Pacific (APAC) data centre, located in Melbourne, Australia.
This cutting-edge facility boasts a robust 36MW power capacity and strategically occupies a scalable 72MW campus, strategically positioned in one of the most rapidly expanding markets in the APAC region. It serves as an ideal solution for cloud service providers and large enterprises seeking unparallelled power, reliability, and scalability within the APAC sector.
This achievement marks a significant milestone in STACK’s relentless pursuit of global expansion to address the ever-increasing worldwide demand for scalable digital infrastructure. Furthermore, STACK is poised to further solidify its presence in the APAC region, with forthcoming data centre openings planned in Tokyo, Osaka, and Seoul.
Situated on 3.6 hectares and powered by a 105MW dedicated onsite substation, this 72MW campus features two purpose-built 36MW facilities with separate access points and diverse fibre entry points to accommodate multiple users with separation of security and services. Both buildings offer efficient air-cooling and flexibility to suit specific client technical, operational, and density requirements. The successful first phase 36MW delivery and the upcoming second 36MW development highlights STACK’s ability to provide scalable capacity supporting the rapid increase of client demand.
“We are proud to celebrate the opening of our first data centre in Asia Pacific within the high growth hyperscale corridor of Melbourne,” said Pithambar (Preet) Gona, Chief Executive Officer of STACK APAC. “This first delivery, of many in Asia Pacific, underscores the harmony between STACK’s deep regional delivery expertise and its proven global development capabilities.”
STACK stands at the forefront of empowering cloud service providers and innovators with optionality to meet growth targets across the Americas, Asia Pacific, and EMEA.