Equinix SY4 in Sydney is Equinix’s newest Data Centre, finished in mid 2016 with over 12,600m2 of colocation space. Equinix’s Sydney data centre SY4 is strategically located in Alexandria, 300m from SY1 & SY2 and 900 metres from SY3, and about 6 kilometers from the CBD. SY4 has access to all the underwater international cables as they enter Australia which gives it the best balance of international and domestic connectivity. Backed by state-of-the-art security, network connectivity and redundant power, Equinix is the ideal location for your colocated equipment.
SY4, the fourth Sydney International Business Exchange (IBX) data centre from dominant player Equinix, opened in August 2016. Located at 200 Bourke Road Alexandria, SY4 is ideal for CBD based customers wanting geographically adjacent locations or easy transport in and out of the CBD for co-location customers.
200 Bourke Road, - Alexandria, Sydney
NSW 2015 - Australia
2km from Sydney Airport
6km from the CBD
24/7 manned security, access control lists, biometric readers.
Power Distribution – N+1 Block Redundant UPS System
N+1 redundancy on Indirect Evaporative Cooling Air Handling Units (IDEC
Equinix is the two-time recipient of the Australia data centre of the Year award from Frost & Sullivan (2011, 2012). With four data centres in Equinix’s Sydney campus, it makes it the largest cluster of interconnected data centres in Australia.
SY4 is connected to SY1, SY2 and SY3 through a dense fiber loop, enhancing a campus environment that allows each new facility to reap the benefits of existing ones, giving you access to vibrant digital ecosystems around Sydney and beyond.
SY4 offers 3,000 racks units, uses the most efficient DC cooling to date. State-of-the-art IDEC (Indirect Evaporative Cooling) air conditioning units. It also has the only “Trinergy Cube” UPS systems in the southern hemisphere.
Servers Australia has secured a private suite and is the first provider to have space in this new facility. Customers can also connect from SY4 to the Equinix Internet Exchange, the largest network peering platform in Australia with the most international and regional networks.