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Colocation Data Center Statistics, Australia
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Australia is a large country spanning over three different time zones, so obviously there are multiple data center "hot spots" in the country, with plenty of co-location options available. Despite Canberra being the capital of Australia, co-location data centers in the country are primarily located in cities such as Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth of which most are located on the east/south coast of the country. Australia is well connected to South East Asia, primary via locations such as Hong kong and Singapore.
The country is more than 7,5 million square km, has a population of more than 21 million people and the primary language is English.
Australia facts from the CIA World Factbook:
Oceania, continent between the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific Ocean
cyclones along the coast severe droughts forest fires
general assessment: excellent domestic and international service
domestic: domestic satellite system significant use of radiotelephone in areas of low population density rapid growth of mobile cellular telephones
international: country code - 61 landing point for the SEA-ME-WE-3 optical telecommunications submarine cable with links to Asia, the Middle East, and Europe the Southern Cross fiber optic submarine cable provides links to New Zealand and the United States satellite earth stations - 19 (10 Intelsat - 4 Indian Ocean and 6 Pacific Ocean, 2 Inmarsat - Indian and Pacific Ocean regions, 2 Globalstar, 5 other) (2007)
Internet hosts: 11.134 million (2008)
Internet users: 11.24 million (2007)