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Topic # 143712 24-Apr-2014 11:37
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I am looking to compile a list of the predominant Data Centres in NZ. I am also interested to know which DCs offer co-location.

Can anyone help in contributing to this information?

I suppose some of the ISPs have an offering?

The main players I have heard of are:

Gen-i (including Revera)
Datacom
Vocus
Digiweb
IBM
Orcon
Dimension Data

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  Reply # 1030506 24-Apr-2014 11:45
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I think CCL have their own. 

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  Reply # 1030539 24-Apr-2014 12:24
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CallPlus offer rack space...etc.  On a walk through their data centre, I think they mentioned it was $1200 per rack...You need to contact them directly I believe.





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  Reply # 1030698 24-Apr-2014 16:24
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I believe Vodafone still do, too




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  Reply # 1030715 24-Apr-2014 16:57
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You can get rack space directly in the sky tower
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  Reply # 1030720 24-Apr-2014 17:02
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Isn't there a datacentre in the old Avalon TV studios in Wellington?

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  Reply # 1030721 24-Apr-2014 17:03
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Advantage Computers - Palmerston North 

NOTE: I have no connection with them - just have been involed with UFB connections directly for their hosted clients

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  Reply # 1030722 24-Apr-2014 17:06
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Inphinity: I believe Vodafone still do, too


Not co-location

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  Reply # 1030724 24-Apr-2014 17:14
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mattwnz: Isn't there a datacentre in the old Avalon TV studios in Wellington?


TelstraClear have equipment in there, but its more of a Comm's centre rather than a place you would put servers.

In CHC you have (note some of them are quite small, so maybe more server rooms than datacentres)

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Snap / Colo Co (A couple of hundred racks I think)
Digiweb
Net24
Gen-I, Hillmorton, Hereford Street and Airport
Rivera Show Place
TCL/Voda Maybe, although this might be exclusive for their own equipment
Datacom
CHCH Airport, but access through IT companys only.
Scorch, old Snap DC

Electricity Ashburton also have DC facility's.

There are also the LFC's so Chorus and Enable have space but these are more Telco rooms, however I believe that Chorus will customise on request.


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  Reply # 1047366 18-May-2014 10:00
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+1 for datacom
I'm biased though because I work for them.
On the other hand, I can vouch for their quality




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