Posted April 03, 2019 08:00:00The new building on Fitzroy Hill is the latest addition to the world-famous facility that is known for its computer maintenance warehouse.
Key points:The warehouse is being built to handle the massive number of computers in the buildingThe new facility is part of the new High Performance Computing Hub (HPC) on Fitzroys High Street and will be Australia’s first computer storage hubThe building has been built in partnership with the Australian Government to cater for the growing number of IT workers who need to be housed at the siteThe facility will have two floors of office space and a single floor of maintenance and supply spaceThe building, which has been constructed in partnership by the Australian Department of Business, Innovation and Employment (DBIES), will be the first of its kind in the country and will house thousands of computer workers and support the building’s ongoing work on the High Performance computing hub (HPB).
The facility, which was originally designed for the HPC, is part-owned by HP, the Australian Computer Association (ACAI), the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and the Australian Institute of Management (AIM).
The building has also been designed to accommodate up to 2,000 computers.
The facility’s main floor will house 1,600 computers and storage, and will also have a separate floor dedicated to maintenance and supplies.
It will be used for data storage, which is where computers, data and software are stored, including in the warehouse.
The warehouse will be housed in a building with high-speed internet, wireless internet, and the internet access for the Australian Defence Force.
The main floor is expected to hold around 5,000 computer servers, and is expected be able to handle up to 6,000.
The first floor will be home to maintenance supplies for the building, and another area for a new storage space.
The second floor will contain office space, and a separate space for the facility’s IT support staff.
The building’s main floors will house up to 1,800 computers, and there will be a storage space on the second floor, and more room for more data.
The space will be managed by IBM, which will manage the infrastructure, including the equipment, software, and data that is stored in the facility.
The new warehouse will come with its own security system, and IBM is currently working with the facility on installing CCTV, security cameras and other security systems, including an internet connection.
The HPC is one of a number of high-profile IT hubs around the world, and has grown to include an array of data centres across Australia.
The Australian Government has also launched a program to develop a new “digital commons” around the country, where the state and territory governments will jointly manage the digital infrastructure.
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