Data consumption in India is swelling at an astronomical rate. India is outpacing even the most developed economies in terms of data growth;
2018 saw the introduction of India’s Data Protection Bill, helmed by the Justice Srikrishna Committee. The much-anticipated bill comes at a time when data security and privacy have raised burning questions
STT Bengaluru DC 3 is designed as a highly resilient and secure facility boasting the highest standards of structural and technical data centre design specifications.
Regarded as the Silicon Valley of India and the heart of
STT GDC India is now India’s largest user of renewable energy in way of solar and wind power.
Data centres are the driving force behind all the digital transformation and are much more than the perceived IT infrastructure.
2018 marks the advent of smarter data centres, underpinned by predictive models, intelligent analytics and superior uptimes. Rapid digital diffusion, fuelled by the growth of connected devices and IoT has led to denser connectivity across the globe.
Small businesses often find themselves too bootstrapped to invest in sizeable infrastructure. Many lack the space, capital and operational expertise to establish and manage an ecosystem that can help them scale their business.
New, state of the art data centre in India will boost STT GDC India’s ability to capture strong demand in the fast-growing Indian market.
The last FIFA World Cup didn t just throw the pitch open to explosive football games packed with feverish footwork and tactical tackles.