Datacentres at risk from Brisbane floods

Datacentres at risk from Brisbane floods

With the Brisbane River overflowing, ARN highlights key datacentres and ISPs at risk.

Locations of datacentres at risk from Brisbane floods.

Locations of datacentres at risk from Brisbane floods.

AAPT Fortitude Valley Level 1, 100 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley

AAPT Brisbane Level 8, 123 Eagle Street, Brisbane

Pegasus Datacenter (Dedicated Servers) 20 Wharf St, Brisbane

Over the Wire 24 Little Edward Street, Spring Hill

Pipe Networks Level 9, 127 Creek St, Brisbane

Brennan Amelia St, Fortitude Valley

Sanity Technology 360 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley

iseek Communications (East of map location) Brisbane Airport

ISPs affected due to datacentres:

  • Internode (using Pipe Networks datacentre)
  • AAPT
  • ARN understand energy provider Energex, will be turning off power to the city shortly.

    Pipe Networks building has 24 hours of generator fuel and will be able to continuously refuel as long as the roads remain open.

    Pipe Networks has been designated as the final site for electricity disconnection due to its high importance for maintaining Queensland Government services.

    More to follow.

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