....Keeping Vocus going at Albany would be easy. The main problem will be customers out of electricity.
....Vocus Albany has diesel generators and 3 fibres in so can stay on-line through most disasters [other than right there on site].
That info could do with an update..
Power is 2N end-to-end, ie supplied from diverse: substations, underground cables, transformers, switchboards, generators (x3), in line UPSs and, power distribution right down to the A and B PDUs in the racks. (HA Colo)
Cooling system is also 2N with a double cooling loop and a rather large tank of chilled water in case something truly unfortunate happens.
Isn't the cooling water all linked so in the unlikely event that a major leak happened (Someone put the car into drive instead of reverse in the carpark... driving into them thar pipes), the cooling would totally die apart from the DX units?