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Pulse DC Contact

Toowoomba Technology Park Peter Blunt


Witmack Road General Manager- Data Centres
Wellcamp 07 46 200 555 • 0413 613 255
Queensland Australia 4350 peter.blunt@pulsedc.com.au
106 Newmarket Road, Windsor QLD 4030
TA B L E OF CONTENTS

Highlights 4

Timeline 4

Executive Summary 5

Toowoomba Technology Park 6

Toowoomba 8

Risk Assessment 9

Flight Paths 10

Capability Statement - Floor Layout and White Space Design 11

Capability Statement - Electrical 13

Capability Statement - Mechanical and Fire Detection and Suppression 14

Capability Statement - Security and Environmental 15

Connectivity 17

Operations 18

Business Continuity 20

Offering  21

Disclaimer 23

Glossary 23
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, TIMELINE AND SPEC HIGHLIGHTS

HI G HL I GH T S

Carrier neutral, redundant,


32 Hectare Technology Park geographically diverse dark fibre
connectivity with multiple providers

Tier III design with incremental


IT capacity up to 6MW (10MW Total Data Centre building area
total building) of 8145m2

100% uptime SLA guarantee Very low environmental and natural


disaster risk, located 507m above sea
level

Large scale expansion available


to 50 MW at various tier levels
High Security with 24/7 access,
digital video surveillance, multi-
factor authentication, man traps and
Highly efficient design utilising
biometric security
excellent local environmental
conditions

Separate secure call centre,


5040m2 technical floor space business continuity facility and
divided into various sized private office accommodation available
suites and general colocation areas within the Technology Park

TI M E L I N E
Development
Building and civil approval submitted Technical area fitout Commissioning,
design complete (code assessable only) commences testing and QA
Done Done October 2016 March 2017

Planning scheme Construction Construction and Tenant capacity


approved commences fitout complete available for
Done July 2016 February 2017 deployment
April 2017

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, TIMELINE AND SPEC HIGHLIGHTS

E X E C U T IVE SUMMA RY
Pulse Data Centre (Pulse DC) is Construction of the Pulse DC is due to
commence in July 2016 with completion,
the first of its kind offering highly
testing and commissioning finalised early 2017.
resilient, Tier 3 Uptime designed large
scale data centre capacity outside of The Pulse DC will comprise of three separate
major capital cities. data buildings, each independent of the other
for mechanical and electrical.
Designed as a primary site to support
corporate and enterprise customers; local, state Early adopters have the opportunity to
and federal government and international customise and design their data building to suit
technology giants. Easily accessed from their business needs, with multiple tier levels
Brisbane by road and air, with freight and and tailored security requirements, up to ASIO
passenger services available via the Brisbane T4 if required.
West international airport..

All components of the Pulse DC design are


Located approximately 120 km from Brisbane optimised for the local climatic conditions
CBD, 700 km from Sydney CBD and 900 km which are ideal to utilise free cooling capability
from Canberra CBD, this site is unique as it providing excellent operating efficiency and
offers true business continuity protection due PUE.
to its diversity from major capital cities and an
elevation of 507 metres above sea level. With high power capacity and a large
available footprint this site is ideal for any size
With diverse fibre feed paths from multiple business, including global technology giants,
carriers this site is not reliant on any major guaranteeing exceptional delivery of a first class
city for continuous connectivity, providing a data centre at a very competitive cost.
very high level of connectivity resilience. This
site is also an ideal carrier point of presence
and distribution point for servicing western
Queensland.

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TOO W OO M B A T E C H N O L OG Y PA R K

TOOWOO MBA T ECH NOLOGY PARK

Toowoomba
technology park

Toowoomba Technology Park (TTP) is ideally TTP has direct access to the second range
located within Witmack Industry Park. TTP is crossing with interchanges to the north and
securely surrounded by a substantial physical south and is only 5kms from the Brisbane West
access barrier, with one primary access point International Airport for ease of travel for staff
and a second access point available in an and distribution of freight.
emergency situation .

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DCO Data Centre Office
DR Disaster Recovery
SS Support Services
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TOO W OO M B A

Darwin

1500km
Cairns

Townsville
1000km

Rockhampton

100km
BRISBANE
TOOWOOMBA
Springfield Lakes

PERTH 500km
ADELAIDE SYDNEY

CANBERRA 700km

MELBOURNE 1000km

HOBART

TOOWOO MBA
Toowoomba is Australia’s second largest Toowoomba, known as the Garden City, is
inland city and one of the strongest and renowned for its picturesque qualities and
fastest growing economic regions in Australia. enviable lifestyle and as Australia’s second
Strategically located west of the Great Dividing largest inland city is also a dynamic and
Range, Toowoomba is the conduit for the state’s growing business hub boasting substantial
inland road train network and the gateway to community infrastructure, exceptional access to
the resource rich Surat and Bowen Basins. an established, affordable and skilled workforce
with world class education institutions and a
proactive local council.

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RISK ASSESSMENT

R I S K ASSESSMENT
In February 2016 a detailed independent risk assessment of the TTP was undertaken by Risk Frontiers.
Risk Frontiers is a leading independent research centre sponsored by the insurance industry to aid
better understanding and pricing of natural hazard risks in the Asia-Pacific region. The risk assessment
carried out by Risk Frontiers on the TTP site considered the following perils:

Earthquakes Wind Hail Riverline Flooding

Flash Flooding Dust Storms Bushfire Vehicular Impact

Aircraft Impact Incidents at


neighbouring buildings

Risk Frontier’s Risk Management Report stated that there are no major risks
identified and confirmed that the TTP is an ideal location for a risk mitigation or
Business Continuity function. Below is an excerpt from the Risk Management Report:

“Assessing individual hazard risk, for earthquake, wind and hail, building performance is expected to be
adequate considering the SEAOC performance criteria. For riverine flooding, analysis of hydraulic flood maps of
the 2D Flood Study for Dry Creek (Charlton and Torrington) produced by the WRM for the Toowoomba Regional
Council show the Pulse facility to be well outside and above the modelled 1 in 100 annual return interval (ARI)
extent, the modelled PMF event and outside our inferred PMF extent. This implies that the riverine flood risk is
negligible and fulfils the building performance criteria. The likelihood of bushfires in the general area around
the Pulse facility is expected to be occasional or rare. However, the building’s distance from dense forest and the
ability of fire fighting in the area suggests the risk of impact on the Pulse facility is less than these estimates.”

* Full report available on request


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F L I G H T PAT H S

F L I G HT PAT H S Pulse DC is located approximately 4.8 km east-north-east


of the Brisbane West / Wellcamp Airport (WTB) and is not
currently directly under a major flight path for aircraft
arriving or departing.

The Diagram above illustrates the good weather (Green


Path) or poor weather/low visibility (Purple path).

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C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T S

C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T
F L OO R L AYO U T A N D W H I T E S PAC E D E S I G N
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Pulse DC consists of three stand alone data centres linked by a central security facility. Each data
centre contains two separate data halls spanning 840m2 and will house approximately 324 racks.
Each hall is designed to support, as a base, 1MW of IT load. The design allows for various density racks
and has the ability to support larger loads as required.

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C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T S

C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T
F L OO R L AYO U T A N D W H I T E S PAC E D E S I G N
F L E X I B L E M O D U L A R D E S I G N F O R I N C R E M E N TA L D E P L O Y M E N T ( CO N T I N U E D )

The benefits of this flexible modular design, include:

all systems are designed to cater for both low and each data hall has multiple access points for
high density (up to 30kW per rack) through the increased safety and to minimise traffic within
use of a 600mm raised floor and isolation of the the technical area. A central plant area separates
hot air return to the CRAH (computer room air the two data halls and ensures direct access to
handlers). equipment

private suites are available with areas starting a large enclosed and secure loading dock ensures
from 90m2 protection for unloading Heavy Rigid Vehicles of
up to 9m metres in length and 3.6 metres high
high ceilings - 4.5 metre floor to ceiling
adjoining the loading dock are secure temporary
floor loading capacity of 1500 kg/m2 storage and commissioning spaces

average temperature of 23 degrees C +/- 1 deg large double doors in each commissioned space
(customised temperature ranges to full ASHRAE lead to wide service corridors and provide direct
spectrum available in private suites). access to the technical area

average relative humidity of 50% +/- 5% loading dock and entire facility on one level and
no need for ramps or stairs for easy and safe
overhead telecommunications and connectivity access and installation of equipment
trays with preconfigured patching available
motion triggered energy efficient lighting
throughout the facility with automatic lights out
in all inactive areas.

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C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T S

C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T
ELECTRICAL
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Our electrical attributes are second to none and include:

highly resilient A + B + C feeds from transformer a bank of parallel generators in an N+1


to rack with 100% uptime SLA configuration deliver back-up power to an
automated transfer switch protecting against
supply delivered by a 33kV HV loop which is fed both supply and transformer failures
from separate 110kV to 33kV substations
power reticulation to the technical area is by
each data centre feed has an independent overhead bus duct with individual rack tap
33kV to 415v transformer feeding through offs to provide a variety of supply, control and
independent static UPS to provide A + B + C to metering options feeding in rack PDUs
each rack
three phase and single phase power is available
each UPS and battery bank is contained in its at each rack
own separate fire rated room

Use of overhead bus duct allows instant customised “live” rack power deployments with no disturbance to
the existing services or equipment. All power reticulation is overhead and colour coded allowing
quick visual confirmation of connection and configuration.
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C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T S

C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T
MECHANICAL AND FIRE DETECTION AND SUPPRESSION
MECHANICAL

Highly efficient and robust cooling design to maximise the free cooling benefits of the climate without
compromising integrity. These cooling designs include the following features:

each data hall features a dedicated chilled water chilled water loop and all valves are external to
loop external to the building the technical area so any maintenance is external
and minimises risk to the technical space
N+1 chillers with free cooling capability for 80%
of the year N+1 CRAH supply the technical space from
a dedicated service corridor so all cooling
integration between multiple chiller loops maintenance can be conducted without entering
provide for greater efficiency and N+2 chillers at the technical space
full load
entire facility, including all mechanical functions,
are supported by standby power generation.

FIRE DETECTION AND SUPPRESSION

Using world class fire detection and suppression monitoring


systems, that include:

VESDA type smoke detection system in all technical areas

compartmentalised gaseous fire suppression system


throughout the facility

central fire alarm control integrated in BMS and monitored


by an internal notification system and an external service
provider, with direct access to the local fire services

local fire department briefed on facility specific protocols to


minimise event occurrence and impact. Ongoing training
and procedure development ensures the most efficient and
accurate response to emergency situations.

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C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T S

1 Vehicle trap and security 6 Data hall zone access


buffer zone
7 Access to individual
2 Carpark suites
3 Main entrance airlock 8 Rack level security
control
4 Individual person traps
9 Secure unloading access
5 Internal access foyers
10 Secure plant area

C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T
S E C U R I T Y A N D E N V I R O N M E N TA L
SECURITY

24/7 access to Pulse DC is through a single 24/7 monitored surveillance cameras and
secure access point. (Loading dock under detection, capturing access to all parts of the
restricted access) entire TTP

Security personal onsite during business hours digital video surveillance retained for minimum
and during move ins /move outs. six months (longer if required).

separate secure lobby. perimeter fencing of Pulse DC within perimeter


fencing of TTP.
multi-factor identification system including
biometric. each technical space and private suite
demarcated as separate security zone.
multiple layers of physical and electronic
security. vehicle trap and separate secure loading dock
for heavy vehicles.
individual person traps with biometric screening,
compulsory for entry and exit Security customised to suit client’s business
without compromising security of other tenants

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C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T S

C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T
S E C U R I T Y A N D E N V I R O N M E N TA L
SECURITY STEPS

3 4 5 7 8

Airlock and Single person RFID access RFID Rack access


group person trap to hall service controlled by RFID/Key/
trap corridor access to combination
(2 factor
entry – RFID
designated lock
(2 factor entry -
RFID and pin) and biometric suite
identification)

E N V I R O N M E N TA L

Minimal environmental impact without compromising performance and resilience.


Features throughout the TTP include:

location has excellent climatic conditions to static UPS chosen to minimise loss across a broad
optimise free cooling capacity and demand range

buildings designed to maximise natural airflow solar panels reduce building heat load and
and heat dissipation reduce overall energy requirement

highly effective hot and cold air segregation to automatic lights out in inactive technical areas
achieve maximum efficiency
energy efficient lighting with motion detected
ability to customise air delivery temperatures to activation throughout
maximise cooling efficiency

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C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT E M E N T S

CO N N E C T I V I T Y
M O R E O P T I O N S A N D M O R E R E D U N DA N C Y
Toowoomba is the convergence of many connectivity loops providing more than just diverse feeds.
These connectivity benefits of Pulse DC include:

a range of major carriers provide diverse planning is underway to provide direct


connectivity options connectivity to all major peering providers and
cloud providers
geographically diverse entry points deliver
connectivity to each building through separate Equivalent comparative latency to all major
entries to redundant meet-me-rooms capital cites and interconnects.

diverse connections flow to a dark fibre loop


connected to Brisbane, north and south coastal
loops and also north and south inland routes
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O P E R AT I O N S A N D T E C H N O L OG Y PA R K

O P E R AT I O N S
Pulse DC will deploy dedicated and experienced security and facilities maintenance teams. The use
of external contractors will be limited to vendor and industry experts, under the direct supervision of
the overall Pulse facilities management team and in accordance with strict maintenance and security
protocols to so as to maintain 100% uptime.

Kitchen
Open Office Executive Office Executive Office
44 m²
44 m² 11 m² 11 m²

Female Male
7 m² 9 m²

Store 2
Kit 5 m²
4 m²
PWD
Store 1 6 m²
6 m²
Security Office
62 m²
Foyer
Board Room
102 m²
40 m²

Airlock
Office Interview
13 m²
6 m² 6 m²

TOO W OO M B A T E C H N O L OG Y PA R K ( T T P )
The TTP is a 32 hectare site surrounding the Pulse DC facility. Apart from the Pulse DC, other initial facilities
of the Park will include a café, recreational facilities, outdoor collaboration spaces and a variety of office
spaces from 300m2 to 3000m2. Options within the office spaces will include collaborative hot desk style
open work spaces through to strata titled stand alone office buildings.

Local businesses, especially those enterprises relevant to technology, innovation and research will benefit
from the immediate proximity of the Pulse DC.

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O P E R AT I O N S A N D T E C H N O L OG Y PA R K

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SITE PLAN
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B U S I N E S S CO N T I N U I T Y

B U S I N E S S CO N T I N U I T Y
A dedicated Business Continuity Facility (BCF) will form part of the TTP and provide shared and dedicated
work spaces for both small and large teams. Integrated with the BCF is a hot desk and start up incubator
facility that will utilise the capability of the shared BCF during non-active periods. The BCF will be
supported by full generator back up power is supported by direct connectivity to the Pulse DC facility.

O F F I C E S PAC E R E L E A S E

TTP will also have available dedicated office space for enterprises wishing to align with the technology
related innovation and business activity within the TTP. Spaces range from shared community areas
through to dedicated private offices to bespoke standalone buildings.

ALUCOBOND CLADDING

ALUCOBOND CLADDING

PAINTED FC SHEETING CLADDING

North Elevation
1 : 100

ALUCOBOND CLADDING

ALUCOBOND CLADDING

South Elevation
1 : 100

PROPOSED DATA CENTRE


ELEVATIONS SHEET 1
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OFFERING

OFFERING
Lease of Data Centre terms (to be incorporated into a licence agreement with SLA)

1. Commencement Date 1 April 2017 (or the date to be jointly agreed between the parties)
2. Minimum term of five years.
3. Licence agreement with option to register on title
4. Technical Area leased as:
a. ____ contiguous racks (minimum 2.4kW - max 30kW per rack)
b. ____kW redundant capacity (min density 800w per m2)
c. ____ m2 (min density 800w per m2)
d. 94m2 private suite (min density 800w per m2)
e. 280m2 private suite (min density 800w per m2)
f. 840m2 private hall (min density 800w per m2)

The Technical Area comprises 600mm raised Data Centre floor space with the following base capabilities:
1. 800W/m2 redundant UPS power (optional A+B+C)
2. Cooling and humidity management to agreed tolerances
3. Tier III with 100% uptime guarantee
4. Access to overhead telecommunications cabling trays
5. Up to 5 staff security access
6. Floor loading to 1500 kg/m2

Indicative Commencement Rent:


1. From $3360 per m2 per annum
2. From $672 per rack space per month

The Rent is:


3. Invoiced monthly in advance from the Commencement Date
4. Inclusive of outgoings but excluding utility consumption
5. Subject to annual indexation of 4%
6. Exclusive of GST

Subject to availability, customers may reserve Cages and additional security requirements are
additional capacity for up to 24 months free of available on application.
charge.
Access will be granted to clients upon receipt
Discounts apply for Technical Areas of 840m2 or of executed lease documents, 6 month bank
greater. guarantee and certificates of current insurance by
the customer.
Discounts may also apply for larger scale technical
areas with a density of less than 800W/m2.

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C A PA B I L I T Y S TAT M E N T

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DISCLAIMER AND GLOSSARY

DISCLAIMER
This document is provided to the recipient on a confidential basis and is not to be re-supplied to any other
person without the prior written consent of Pulse DC. This information memorandum has been prepared
by Pulse DC solely for the information of potential customers.

The information is intended as a guide only and for the purposes of instigating further discussions and
verification of requirements. The information contained has been prepared in good faith and with due care
by Pulse DC. Any maps and plans contained in this document are intended as a visual aid only. Pulse DC
and its related entities give no warranty and make no representations to the accuracy or sufficiency of the
maps, plans specifications or information contained within this information memorandum and each may
be subject to change without notice.

GLOSSARY
SEAOC SLA
Structural Engineering Association of California, 1995 Service Level Agreement

UPS BCF
Uninterruptable Power Supply Business Continuity Facility

PUE Pulse DC
Power Usage Effectiveness. Pulse DC Pty Ltd

CRAH
Computer Room Air Handlers

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