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NextDC completes Sydney, Melbourne expansion 
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Capacity now at 5000m2 in Melbourne.
 
NextDC records 500 percent growth for data centre empire 
 
NextDC opens $80m data centre 
1500-rack facility is a "significant milestone" in Australian data centre market.
 
Photos: Inside NextDC's 1500-rack, $80m data centre 
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Behind the scenes at facility and gala launch event.
 
NextDC mulls sixth data centre investment 
Looks at Northern Territory and South Australia.
 
Canberra-based cloud provider's aggressive national expansion 
Signs up five new data centres and mulls acquisitions.
 
Dimension Data grows Aussie cloud footprint with NextDC 
 
Inside NextDC's new Sydney data centre 
A tour with NextDC chief executive Craig Scroggie.
 
Landmark data centre opened in Sydney 
Dimension Data and Telstra among foundation users.
 
DiData expands local cloud footprint 
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Five datacentres across Australia.
 
NextDC's Slattery to retire 
 
Pacnet eyes NextDC as long term partner 
Changes plans for new A/NZ data centres in 2013.
 
NextDC hires IT chief 
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Prominent Red Hat executive lands plum job.
 
NextDC unveils Aussie data centre trust 
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Sells data centres to newly listed fund.
 
NextDC opens Canberra data centre 
By | Comment Now 
Plans to introduce direct free cooling.
 
NextDC unveils flagship Melbourne data centre 
 
In pictures: Inside NextDC's M1 data centre 
 
Scroggie scores top gig at NextDC 
 
NextDC to raise $50 million for data centre fit out 
Third capital raising round in 13 months.
 
NextDC starts Perth data centre 
Development gets green light.
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