IT services provider, Interactive, has expanded its $40 million tier-3 Port Park datacentre in Port Melbourne.
Interactive has spent $10 million on the upgrade where new racks and additional redundancies were thrown in.
The datacentre offers co-location and managed cloud services including enterprise monitoring.
The company is also building a datacentre in Sydney.
“While wanting to take advantage of the cost savings and operational efficiencies offered by the cloud, our customers are concerned about security,” Interactive managing director Christopher Ridem, said in a statement.
“At the same time, they want to retain the necessary control over – and access to – their mission-critical IT systems.
“We designed our additional Data Centre facility to deliver that balance.”