Global data centre operator Equinix has appointed 10-year IT industry veteran and current Australian managing director, Jeremy Deutsch, as president of Asia-Pacific.
Global data centre operator Equinix is collaborating with IBM Cloud in Melbourne — and other cities — in a move it says will help enterprises accelerate hybrid cloud deployments.
Global data centre operator Equinix is planning to open 12 new data centres and expand 23 of its existing IBX data centres this year — including opening its fourth in Melbourne and eighth in Sydney — as part of an expected US$1.730 billion to US$1.920 billion capital expenditure program for 2019.
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