Sydney - S4 Data Centre
The Syncom Sydney facility is an Internet Data Centre (IDC) specialising in co-location from solo traders through to corporates with 342sqm of DC floor space. Previously run by Datacom, Syncom acquired the site in 2015 and has since been completely renovated and retrofitted to meet tier III and 2015 standards.
Technical space: 342m²
Power Capacity: 1x 1MVA
The History Of S4
With history back to the 1980s, S4 has been one of the longest standing datacentres in the Sydney datacentre scene.
Syncom took over the facility from Datacom in May 2015 before completely stripping the facility back to the bare structure and completing an upgrade to all base building and systems. New UPS and power paths were added and the facility was converted from a Tier II datacentre to a Tier III designed datacentre certified by Schneider Electric.
S4 draws 1MW of dedicated power from the same power feed that supplies RNS hospital providing stable power to S4 with minimal interuptions over the last 10 years.
Today, S4 stands at 342Sqm of IT space with a dedicated MMR comms room, redundant network and power paths to all racks, dedicated standby generating plant, VESDA and Inergen fire suppression systems and staffed 12 hours a day Monday through Friday for all remote hands needs.