Servers Australia Relocates Operations to NEXUS HUB

The Success story continues for Servers Australia, from a small shared web hosting business now grown to be the leading Australian Owned and operated Cloud and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider in the industry. Servers Australia has outgrown its latest in a string of offices and has recently moved into the Nexus business Hub occupying an entire building in Amy Close, Wyong.
Founded in 2006 by CEO, Jared Hirst, Servers Australia was just a small web hosting business that branched out into providing dedicated computing hardware, Virtual Private Servers and Cloud Hosting services at the leading edge of the Cloud Computing wave. The business has continued to grow rapidly and now employs over 50 Team members, all focused on supporting the rapid adoption of Cloud by Small to Medium Enterprises.
Jared Hirst CEO commented, “The Henry Kendall Group have been the perfect partners in helping me accomplish my goals with our new office. I wanted to provide an environment for our team that makes them feel comfortable and enjoy being in the office. We are all about achieving great things and having fun while we do it and I believe our new office really encompasses this.”
Commenting on Servers Australia’s move Henry Kendall Group Managing Director Damien Wilde said, “We are thrilled that Servers Australia have chosen to locate their corporate HQ at Golflinks Commercial Campus. They are a welcome addition to the ecosystem of new economy businesses attracted to this site because of the ICT infrastructure. Jared was dedicated to providing his team with a truly modern and high end work space and we worked closely with Servers Australia to ensure that we met his brief.
There is really nothing else on the Central Coast that compares to what he has created here. Servers Australia now have a fully integrated solution with their state of the art secure data centre and A grade office located within the same building. It’s very unique.”