The positive momentum that NextDC experienced during the first half of the 2015 financial year continued to carry on for the period ending 30 June 2015.
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Lockheed Martin will soon be opening an Asia-Pacific IT engineering hub in Melbourne that is expected to secure Commonwealth government and international contracts, particularly in South Asia and the Middle East.
Equinix's managing director Tony Simonsen will be leaving his position to join Avaya Australia and New Zealand as its new managing director.
University of Queensland has extended its partnership with Dell as part of datacentre service agreement, which was signed at the end of the last year.
Equinix has announced its acquisition of Tokyo-based Bit-isle, which will increase the total datacentres the company owns in Japan to 12.
The University of Queensland's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology will have a supercomputer by the end of November that will support research in computational modelling of physical, pharmaceutical, and biological systems.
Telstra will be growing its datacentre partnership with Equinix as it moves into the SY3 facility and the soon-to-be opened Melbourne datacentre.
Gartner has predicted that over the next four years, the datacentre market will see dramatic changes, including Chinese suppliers increasing their market share by 2 percent at the expense of Western companies.
As Australia's ageing population continues to grow, Regis Aged Care realised it required an IT infrastructure that would be able to offer superior service to its 45 aged care facilities across Australia.
A Fujitsu research report has highlighted that while Australian industries are using IT to achieve improved emissions management, they've stalled in the last two years and have therefore missed out on financial benefits.