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
Bengaluru, 31 May 2018 – STT Global Data Centres India Private Limited (STT GDC India), a subsidiary of ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC) announced today its new Data Centre (Bengaluru DC3), in Whitefield, Bengaluru. This announcement marks the commencement of the company’s multi megawatt capacity expansion plan spanning across major cities in the country (to be delivered over the next 16 to 20 months) further strengthening STT GDC India’s leadership position in the India data center market. This facility is expected to be operational by the third quarter of 2019. With rising expectations from enterprises and cloud service providers for data centre facilities that are highly resilient, secure and able to support the growing market needs, Bengaluru DC3 has been designed to ensure that it meets the most stringent of customer requirements. Once fully operational Bengaluru DC3 will:
Sumit Mukhija, Chief Executive Officer of STT GDC India said, "The Indian data centre market is on a significant growth trajectory and is expected to grow to $3.2 billion in 2018. By 2020, India is forecasted to become one of the largest markets for data centres in Asia-Pacific. We are committed to providing our customers with best in class data centre infrastructure designed for maximum efficiency and security. Our new facility in Bengaluru will bring to market the latest advancements in data centre design, enabling our customers' IT strategies while providing new and improved ways of linking, working and extending their business reach."
This expansion will increase the number of facilities under STT GDC India's ownership and management to 15 and will increase STT GDC India’s portfolio to over 85 MW of IT power across 8 cities, while further strengthening the company’s market-leading position as the Indian data centre provider of choice for customers with mission-critical hosting requirements.
Together with its minority shareholder Tata Communications, STT GDC India’s latest expansion reinforces the strategic partnership between the two dynamic companies, working closely and drawing on each other’s complementary capabilities and experience to accelerate growth in the vibrant data centre markets in India.
ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC) is a fast-growing data centre provider headquartered in Singapore. With a global platform of data centres in the world’s major business markets of over 60 facilities across Singapore, China, India and the UK, STT GDC offers a full suite of best-in-class, highly scalable and flexible data centre solutions, connectivity and support services that best meet customers' current and future colocation needs. For more details, please visit www.sttelemediagdc.com.
Tata Communications Limited (CIN no: L64200MH1986PLC039266) along with its subsidiaries (Tata Communications) is a leading global provider of A New World of Communications™. With a leadership position in emerging markets, Tata Communications leverages its advanced solutions capabilities and domain expertise across its global network to deliver managed solutions to multi-national enterprises and communications service providers. The Tata Communications global network includes one of the most advanced and largest submarine cable networks and a Tier-1 IP network with connectivity to more than 240 countries and territories across 400 PoPs, as well as nearly 1 million square feet of data centre and colocation space worldwide. Tata Communications’ depth and breadth of reach in emerging markets includes leadership in Indian enterprise data services and leadership in global international voice communications. Tata Communications Limited is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India. For more information please visit: www.tatacommunications.comTATA COMMUNICATIONS and TATA are trademarks of Tata Sons Limited in certain countries
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