The federal government is merging the operations of seven older data centres into a new data centre to support the operations of the Department of Human Services in a move which the government says will save about $5 million in power costs and reduce the department's ICT carbon footprint by 50 percent.
The Australian Information Industry Association has raised concerns that the importance of ICT in helping to develop and implement clean energy options has not been taken sufficiently into account in the report of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) Expert Review just released.
Australian data centre company, Tier5, which in 2010 became the first commercial tenant at the former Mitsubishi site at Tonsley Park in Adelaide, has welcomed the South Australian Government's master plan for the precinct which the government has slated for development as a hub for innovative companies in advanced manufacturing and sustainable technologies along with education, training and research.
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