Australian-listed telecommunications and data centre provider, Vocus Communications, has launched its new flagship data centre in Melbourne’s CBD which it says is designed especially for businesses “demanding the highest level of connectivity, power density, performance and security.”
Vocus Communications is to raise $14.9m in new equity through a share placement to institutional and sophisticated investors, followed by up to $7.5m through an offer to existing shareholders.
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