Stack Infrastructure Opens First APAC Data Center in Melbourne, Australia

Stack Infrastructure brings its globally recognised scalability and delivery practices to a crucial data center market with the completion of a 36 MW data centre on a 72 MW campus.


  • Stack Infrastructure completes its first APAC data center in Melbourne, Australia.
  • The 36 MW facility resides on a scalable 72 MW campus catering to cloud service providers and enterprises.
  • Further APAC data centers planned in Tokyo, Osaka, and Seoul.

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Stack Infrastructure Opens First APAC Data Center in Melbourne, Australia
Data center developer and operator Stack Infrastructure has announced the completion of its first Asia Pacific (APAC) data center in Melbourne, Australia. Stack Infrastructure has announced the successful delivery of a 36 MW facility in the first phase, with an upcoming 36 MW second phase development. The facility is strategically positioned to meet the growing demands of cloud service providers and enterprises in one of APAC's rapidly growing markets.

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Campus Specifications

As highlighted by Stack Infrastructure, the 72 MW campus, powered by a dedicated 105 MW onsite substation, spans 3.6 hectares and features two purpose-built 36 MW facilities. Each facility is equipped with separate access and fiber entry points to ensure security and service segregation for multiple users. These buildings offer efficient air-cooling systems and flexibility to suit specific client technical, operational, and density requirements.

Future APAC Data Centers

Stack Infrastructure noted this development as a milestone in their ongoing global expansion, followed by plans to launch additional APAC data centers in Tokyo, Osaka, and Seoul.

"We are proud to celebrate the opening of our first data center in Asia Pacific within the high growth hyperscale corridor of Melbourne. This first delivery, of many in Asia Pacific, underscores the harmony between STACK's deep regional delivery expertise and its proven global development capabilities," stated Stack APAC.

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Stack Global Portfolio

Stack Infrastructure's portfolio includes a range of strategically positioned campuses across Osaka, Tokyo, Seoul, Phoenix, Portland, and Frankfurt, catering to the ever-evolving needs of cloud service providers and enterprises.

Stack Infrastructure has also highlighted recent global developments, including a strategically positioned data centre campus in Osaka, Japan, featuring 72 MW capacity across three planned buildings. In Tokyo, a 36 MW campus is under construction with 18 MW under construction and 18 MW of expansion capacity.

Also Read: GDS Launches Nusajaya Tech Park Data Center Campus in Johor, Malaysia

Seoul, Korea, presents a 48 MW data center opportunity, enhancing scalability in a burgeoning market. Stack further highligted a planned five-building data center campus offering 250 MW of scale in Central Phoenix with a dedicated on-site substation.

Meanwhile, Portland's 55-acre campus features 200 MW capacity, 96 MW of which is currently available for leasing and a centrally located 84 MW hyperscale data center campus in Frankfurt.

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