Home Data Centres CorpCloud underpins expansion with NEXTDC data centre presence

Perth-based cloud and telecommunications services provider CorpCloud has established points-of-presence in data centre operator NEXTDC’s Perth and Melbourne data centres to support what it says is rapid business growth.

The new infrastructure represents an expansion of CorpCloud’s national network, and aligns with the company’s recent launch of a Sydney office to support an expanding national customer base.

CorpCloud uses its own network infrastructure as well as interconnected wholesale carriers and partners to deliver unified cloud and telecommunications solutions, including remote area communications. The company recently delivered a full end-to-end communications system for the Gruyere Gold Project, WA’s largest resource project under construction.

Jonathan Matthews, CorpCloud managing director, who launched CorpCloud in 2016 with executive director James Reid, said  NEXTDC had “some of the best-connected data centres in Australia, which made NEXTDC the logical choice for CorpCloud’s network expansion".

“We originated in Perth, but more and more of our customers have a national presence, so it’s essential we’re able to scale with their business needs. Uptime is essential to the services we provide our customers, and the P1 and M1 data centres’ Uptime Institute Tier III certification assures us of the facilities’ resilience, so we don’t need to worry about a service outage.”

Adam Scully, NEXTDC Group executive – Sales and Marketing, said, “We’ve been able to quickly and easily support CorpCloud’s business growth with a consistent, nationwide data centre service.”

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