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ASX Adds Liquid-Based Cooling Pods at Australian Liquidity Centre

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The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) is opening its first high-density pod at its colocation data centre, the Australian Liquidity Centre (ALC). The pod is designed to meet customer demand for high-density power combined with efficient cooling and can deliver up to 24 kilowatts of power into an individual cabinet. The pod provides customers the same access to ASX markets as standard cabinets and can directly connect to alternative trading venues and liquidity platforms via ASX Net. ASX says demand is strong, with 20% of the space contracted within days of the new service being released.

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