The Data Centre at the Core
of an Interconnected Precinct
Marty Gauvin
Tonsley - Origins
• Opened in 1964
• 61 hectares
• Main Assembly Building 11 hectares
• 10km from CBD
• Largest area of in...
Master Plan
• Tonsley will deliver an exemplar interconnected and
intelligent mixed use precinct that integrates industry,...
Value Proposition
• So why would businesses, residents, students and researchers come here?
• Amenity - provides an attrac...
Telecommunications Strategy
• The Strategy and Master Plan is based on 5 Key Principles:
• Baseline of Capabilities
• Aim ...
The Data Centre is at the core of this
Core Capabilities
• Dark Fibre Backbone
• Data Centre Capacity (designed, operated ...
Fibre Entry
Fibre to all tenancies
• All owned by
controlling
entity
• Rings outside of
MAB
• Eastern and
Western trunks
in MAB
• Serv...
What we are building
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  • Closure in 2008, Employment of up to 3000 but only 900 at closure. Impact on region.
  • Adaptive re-use. Data Centre need.
  • Tier 5 Networks' Marty Gauvin at Global Telecom Week

    1. 1. The Data Centre at the Core of an Interconnected Precinct Marty Gauvin
    2. 2. Tonsley - Origins • Opened in 1964 • 61 hectares • Main Assembly Building 11 hectares • 10km from CBD • Largest area of industrial land in Adelaide
    3. 3. Master Plan • Tonsley will deliver an exemplar interconnected and intelligent mixed use precinct that integrates industry, education, training, research, residential living and community amenities. • Objectives • Economic Growth and Development: 6,300 FTE jobs, growth of advanced manufacturing industries, strong linkages to research and training, layered economy, industry clustering. $1B of private investment. $250M of this committed. • Liveable Communities: integrated mixed use precinct, distinctive and desirable place, 1,500 new residents. • Sustainability: resource efficiency through technology, adaptive reuse, design excellence. • Place making: unique character and identity, sense of place, encourages interaction and collaboration, high quality. • Governance and corporate responsibility: delivered through best practice business processes and inclusive governance.
    4. 4. Value Proposition • So why would businesses, residents, students and researchers come here? • Amenity - provides an attractive environment for the knowledge based worker and attracts high value investors • Transport - easy connections for employees, businesses and key markets • Proximity - to major markets, research institutions, employment precincts and the CBD • Hard infrastructure - ICT, smart grid, Main Assembly Building and Innovation Centre • Soft infrastructure - supportive business programs, networking, mentoring, precinct governance, business to research relationships • Education, training and research - TAFE, Flinders University and Mining Centre of Excellence • Other tenants - Siemens, Tier 5, TAFE, Flinders and associated institutions, e.g. New Venture Institute, Medical Device Research Institute and Centre for NanoScale Science and Technology - will grow over time
    5. 5. Telecommunications Strategy • The Strategy and Master Plan is based on 5 Key Principles: • Baseline of Capabilities • Aim to exceed the baseline telecommunications and ICT capabilities available in other Innovation Campuses • Education and Research • Support delivery of cost effective telecommunications solutions and collaboration services for education and research purposes • Innovate to Differentiate • Seek, test and deploy innovative solutions to create market differentiation • Single Owner • Take advantage of the unique ownership, tenant and investment models during the early development stages • Partner • Partner where possible - innovative solutions multiply with more ideas on the table
    6. 6. The Data Centre is at the core of this Core Capabilities • Dark Fibre Backbone • Data Centre Capacity (designed, operated and secured 24x7) to deliver efficient ICT capabilities, and enable higher NABERS ratings in commercial office buildings • Focus on energy efficient IT and telecommunications services • High-availability service models incorporating redundant fibre paths between Tonsley and Adelaide, and between Tenancies in Tonsley • WiFi coverage across the site to facilitate 'connected collaboration' • Enable Carrier and Internet Service Provider choice for tenants • NBN compliant infrastructure • Deploy shared services across Building Management Systems (BMS), Security (CCTV), and utility metering / reporting Diverse Meet-Me rooms provided within data centre Significant scale using modular design to allow for growth in precinct and in region PUE 1.18 Tier III base design, Tier IV capable 6 providers in or building. 12 by end of 2014. Many of these as well as storage, HPC, etc provided on-demand by our clients
    7. 7. Fibre Entry
    8. 8. Fibre to all tenancies • All owned by controlling entity • Rings outside of MAB • Eastern and Western trunks in MAB • Service Cores as key splice points
    9. 9. What we are building

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