Australia will soon see its first data center powered by renewable sources as an Australian data center operator – DC Two and Cryptocurrency firm-D Coin have come together to transform the mutual dream into reality. They have signed agreements with Hadouken Pty, so they can provide energy and property.
Australia Technology News Provider, IT Brief reported that the data center is being built at Collie, which is the Hadouken solar farm site. The site is located 200 kilometers south of Perth, in Western Australia.
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DC Two anticipates that the initial phases of the solar power plant and the data center will be ready at the beginning of 2019. The company also stated that the Collie site "combines many factors that enable us to provide global competitive power to our customers, adding the long-standing local demand for basic load energy for coal mines and existing energy generators in the region ".
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Data Center Utilities
The "behind the grid" data center that focuses on renewable energy has been designed to be profitable and have the highest density data center in the country. It will have global competitive power rates, tailor-made configurations for low-cost encryption, redundant traditional data center configurations, 10gbps communication options, etc.
Speaking of cost effectiveness, DC Two said: "By providing low cost custom hosting options specifically designed for cryptocurrency and Bitcoin extraction at competitive rates at Global, DC Two & D Coin has been able to attract the local and international mining encryption community. "
"This is very important for the state and the country because it allows us to provide another export product by hosting and supplying energy to international customers in the Collie data center, which may have otherwise located their equipment at the time. abroad. "
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