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Matthew Madden of DXN Limited talks about the state of Australian data centers and how they use autonomous mining vehicles to grow the IT industry with the edge. This is an episode of HawkTalk, datacenterHawk’s series of candid one on one conversations with executives and leaders in the data center industry. If you enjoyed this episode, you can check them all out on our blog. If you’d like to know when we release future episodes, you can subscribe here. Check out our video above with Matthew Madden of DXN Solutions to get his take on the Australian data center industry. If you’re short on time, check out the summary of the conversation below. Australian data center demand from international cloud providers When COVID became a global issue and a large portion of people began working remotely, they suddenly depended on the support of major North American cloud providers to conduct their virtual business. This sudden uptick in use caused these cloud providers to urgently fill the capacity that had been built in the Australian markets, so that they could provide the support to all the people now working from home. DXN is reducing latency in Australia with edge data centers Sydney is the largest city and the largest data center market in Australia. With that, the further users are from Sydney, which is on the southeast coast of the continent, the more latency they’ll have. DXN has focused their efforts on an edge strategy to get the data centers closer to the users with the goal of lowering that latency gap. Autonomous Vehicles Utilizing Edge Data Centers One area DXN has seen success with their edge data centers is supporting autonomous vehicles in the iron ore mines of Australia. DXN has seen the growth of autonomous vehicle technology in Australia, where that technology is used in the iron ore mines. Trucks and excavators in these mines are mostly operated remotely and to do that, a data center needs to be nearby so the latency is as low as possible. Seeing this need, DXN stepped in to offer their edge data center solution so their data centers could be placed close to the mines for these autonomous and remote-controlled pieces of mining equipment. Tracking DXN and the rest of the APAC market As we at datacenterHawk are excited as we continue to grow and expand our global data center industry information, we look forward to tracking DXN, the Australian data center markets, and the future growth of the APAC region. Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date on the data center industry.