Photos: Inside NextDC's M1 data centre

Jul 5, 2012

A peek inside NextDC's flagship data centre.

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  Six of the diesel rotary uninterruptible power supply (DRUPS) units have been installed, with the other seven to be put in place over the coming months. In the event of a power cut, it would take 72,000 litres of diesel fuel to run the generators for 24 hours, in addition to 750,000 litres of water required for the chillers.  
 

Six of the diesel rotary uninterruptible power supply (DRUPS) units have been installed, with the other seven to be put in place over the coming months. In the event of a power cut, it would take 72,000 litres of diesel fuel to run the generators for 24 hours, in addition to 750,000 litres of water required for the chillers.

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