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.
Melbourne-based technology start-up Glow has developed technology that it says allows Australian companies to develop both local and overseas consumer insights, following the signing of a deal with US research firm Dynata.
Melbourne-based Elenium Automation has completed a $15 million capital raising with funding from high-profile investors as it continues the design, development and manufacture of self-service and automation technologies for the aviation sector.
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