This enhances DiData’s datacentre capabilities and under the agreement, it will provide NextDC’s OneDC datacentre as-a-service rack solution either as a product or bundled with DiData’s stack from any NextDC datacentre nationally.
“This partnership allows Dimension Data to provide our clients with datacentre space, strategically located close to the five capital cities and the ability to manage both production and disaster recovery in a cost effective manner, while ensuring the highest levels of availability and business agility,” DiData datacentre services general manager, Peter Prowse, said.
NextDC CEO, Craig Scroggie, said the agreement will form a long term working relationship with DiData in supporting their Cloud services and datacentre growth strategy.
In JuneDiData launched new Cloud services hosted in its managed private Cloud environment.
NextDC has five data centre colocation facilities in Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra, with Perth and Sydney to come online in the coming months.
Optus recently signed a deal with NextDC, in a bid to offer customers a full suite of enterprise Cloud, datacentre and IP network services using NextDC's datacentres across the country.