Toowoomba is Australia's second largest inland city and one of the strongest and fastest growing economic regions in Australia.
Toowoomba Technology Park
Toowoomba Technology Park (TTP) is ideally located within Witmack Industry Park. TTP is securely surrounded by a substantial physical access barrier, with one primary access point and a second access point available as emergency access.
The TTP is a 29 hectare site surrounding the Pulse DC facility. Apart from Pulse DC, other initial facilities of the TTP will include a café, recreational facilities, outdoor collaboration spaces, disaster recovery facilities and a variety of office spaces from 300 m2 to 3000 m2.
Options within the office spaces will include collaborative hot desk style open work spaces through to strata titled stand alone office buildings.
The TTP has direct access to the second range crossing with interchanges to the north and south and is only 5 kms from the Brisbane West International Airport (Wellcamp) for ease of travel for staff and distribution of freight.
Local businesses, especially those enterprises relevant to technology, innovation and research will benefit from the immediate proximity of Pulse DC and its connectivity.
Toowoomba is Australia’s second largest inland city and one of the strongest and fastest growing economic regions in Australia. Strategically located west of the Great Dividing Range, Toowoomba is the conduit for the state’s inland road train network and the gateway to the resource-rich Surat and Bowen Basins.
Toowoomba, known as the Garden City, is renowned for its picturesque qualities and enviable lifestyle and is also a dynamic and growing business hub boasting substantial community infrastructure, exceptional access to an established, affordable and skilled workforce with world class education institutions and a proactive local council
More Options, More Redundancy
Toowoomba is the convergence of major connectivity loops providing more than just diverse feeds.
The connectivity benefits of Pulse DC include:
- A range of major carriers provide diverse connectivity options;
- Geographically diverse entry points deliver connectivity to each building through separate entries to redundant carrier and interconnect rooms;
- Equivalent comparative latency to all major capital cities and points of interconnection;
- Planning is underway to provide direct connectivity to all major peering providers and cloud;
- Providers diverse connections flow to Brisbane, north and south coastal loops and also north and south inland routes.