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TransACT gets in the data centre work

By johnboy 14 August 2012 1

The Register has a story on the Department of Finance and Deregulation sending some wonga TransACT’s way:

The Australian Department of Finance and Deregulation has amplified its data centre requirements signing a AUD$8.6 million deal with iiNet owned TransACT for the provision of data centre services.

TransACT secured the ten year agreement after being selected by the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) to be part of the coveted Whole-of-Government Data Centre Facilities Panel.

The other supplier on the panel, Canberra Data Centres (CDC), signed a larger agreement with the Department of Finance and Deregulation earlier in the year worth $45.6 million.

To meet emerging government demand, iiNet has invested in a 4.5 MVA power and support infrastructure upgrade increasing the capacity its data centre facilities. While energy partner ActewAGL has beefed up power redundancy requirements, delivering power from two independent zone substations as part of the upgrades.

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XO_VSOP 2:18 pm 14 Aug 12

So slavich must have done some work over the past decade.

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