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spatial@gov Presentation – Jun 2009

spatial@gov Presentation The commercial applicability and revolutionary opportunities Open Source based GIS technologies offer was conveyed by our Managing Director, Paul Pettigrew as an expert speaker at this national forum sponsored by spacial@gov in Canberra.

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AIIA Keynote Presentation – Jun 2009

AIIA Keynote Presentation Mach’s Managing Director, Paul Pettigrew, presented to the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) in Brisbane on emerging cloud computing platforms, integration and fusion of systems and the opportunities geospatial-based applications offer.

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CeBIT Presentation – May 2009

CeBIT Keynote Presentation Mach Technology was invited to present at this globally renowned technology fair in Sydney, following on from the recent critical acclaim and coverage arising from the ANU Green ICT Symposium on sustainable ICT and data centre design. Our Managing Director, Paul Pettigrew, presented on the fundamental techniques required to build virtualised platforms […]

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Cooroy Data Centre Go-Live – Oct 2008

In October 2008, the new and purpose built Data Centre was officially opened by Mach’s Managing Director Paul Pettigrew, local Noosa Council Mayor Bob Abbot and the Australian Government’s Senator Stephen Conroy. A number of positive news stories were written, see below for more information. Green is Good The Mach Technology Data Centre was critically […]

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Mach060 – Field Services / Service Desk Technician

Role ID Mach060 Position Title Field Services / Service Desk Technician Short Description An entry level, permanent employee position (based out of our Brisbane offices at Teneriffe) that will contribute to the successful operation and provision of field services and 1st Level technical support to Mach’s outsourced managed services clients and their end users, customers […]

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Monday 28 Jan 2013 – Energex & Telco widespread failures across SEQ

Monday 28 January 2013 At 5pm on Sunday 27th, power &/or telco upstream utility services became increasingly intermittent/disrupting the flow of backhaul and internet network traffic across the Sunshine Coast (Energex reported 26,536 outages/incidents!). Mach confirmed that all operations at all of our DC’s continued to operate without issue, but customers were likely to be […]

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Sunday 27 Jan 2013 – Cascading Energex Power Failures across SEQ

Sunday 27 January 2013 At 10am one of Mach’s DC’s (Cooroy) was unexpectedly impacted by cascading failures caused by Energex power services (arising from severe weather) and sufficient tertiary/independent redundancy services did not engage automatically. Mach staff arrived quickly onsite and determined a way to workaround the combined set of circumstances hindering power flow to […]

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Tuesday 13 Nov 2012 – Core Network Hardware Issue

Tuesday 13 November 2012 From 9.48am through to 10.15am at the TradeCoast Central DC, Mach’s 24/7 Monitoring platform noticed a degradation in communication services. Mach staff onsite, following Problem Management and diagnosis, determined that core network equipment hardware was not functioning optimally, so they reset the device in error, which restored services at 10.56am. The […]

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Monday 22 Oct 2012 – Emergency QoS Change

Monday 22 October 2012 At approximately 8am, Mach’s monitoring platform detected a degradation in services traversing public internet links into the Cooroy Data Centre. There is/was no fault with any Mach systems or infrastructure. With the assistance of upstream carrier providers, the root cause was identified as extraordinarily high traffic usage by a web application […]

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