Cranbourne Data Center Facilities and Providers

Cranbourne Data Center Summary

Cranbourne has three providers running its three data centers. PIPE Networks's facilities include PIPE Networks Hobart, TasmaNet's facilities include TasmaNet Hobart DC3, and Fujitsu Australia's facilities include Fujitsu Noble Park.

We have found building footprints for three facilities in Cranbourne, adding up to 85,616 square feet, with the largest building covering 31,075 square feet, and containing the TasmaNet Hobart DC3 facility.

There is one carrier neutral data center in Cranbourne. Out of a total of three, one data center offers remote hands support, you can host individual servers with two, and two provide rack cabinet hosting.

Over the last month, we have identified 100 speed tests on business connections in Cranbourne, the most recent test happening on November 22 at 7:40pm. The fastest corporate speed we have seen is 91.43mbps, and the average speed during this time is 38.36mbps.

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Cranbourne's Carrier Neutral Data Centers

Name Provider Building Area City, Zip
PIPE Networks Hobart PIPE Networks 30,613 sq ft HOBART, 7000

Non-Neutral Cranbourne Data Centers

Name Provider Building Area City, Zip
TasmaNet Hobart DC3 TasmaNet 31,075 sq ft Dowsing Point, 7010

Other Facilities in Cranbourne

Name Provider Building Area City, Zip
Fujitsu Noble Park Fujitsu Australia 23,928 sq ft Noble Park North, 3174

Cranbourne Data Center Providers

Provider Cranbourne Data Centers Building Footprint Total
PIPE Networks 1 30,613 sq ft
TasmaNet 1 31,075 sq ft
Fujitsu Australia 1 23,928 sq ft

Business Internet Speeds in Cranbourne

Frequently Asked Questions About Cranbourne's Data Centers

How many data centers are in Cranbourne?

Cranbourne has three data centers available to its businesses.

Does Cranbourne have any carrier-neutral data centers?

One of Cranbourne's data centers is carrier-neutral.

Who operates data center facilities in Cranbourne?

Cranbourne's data center providers include PIPE Networks, TasmaNet, and Fujitsu Australia.

Last updated: Nov 22 2020