Mumbai has always been a trailblazer. India's first airport, the first 5 star hotel, the first railway terminal, and the first public bus service. Even the India's IT Services industry was born in Mumbai in 1967. It's more than 50 years, and the IT sector is still growing at an enormous rate.STT Mumbai DC 2 in Prabhadevi is our legacy data centre in India. It is the most carrier dense data centre in the country and hence the most preferred network node for cloud service providers as well as network service providers.
STT Mumbai DC 2 follows all design principles of resiliency, no single point of failure, concurring maintainability and lots of other such features that meet with all TIA 942 requirements.
User friendly large floor plates with minimum columns
High floor to ceiling height to accommodate tall racks
Tier 3 Design
Tier 3 Design, Construction and Operations Compliant
Chiller: Water/Air Cooled
Carrier-neutral and network dense facility
Stringent and global standards of security and access control
1,20,000 Sq.ftData Centre Size
9 MWIT Power
Tier 3 Data CentreMulti Layer Security & Guaranteed Uptime
Multilayer security through a combination of secure access and 24*7 surveillance
STT Mumbai DC 2 in Prabhadevi is the most carrier dense data centre in the country and hence the most preferred network node for cloud service providers as well as network service providers. We take pride in being a carrier neutral colocation service provider and network dense facility.
Bengaluru, the heartland of India’s IT Economy, contributes about $110 Billion to India’s GDP – that’s 4% of the country’s GDP right there. Moreover, it alone makes up for one-third of India’s total IT Exports and is the start-up hub of the country.
STT GDC India’s extended family came together on a weekend this month to celebrate our annual “family day”. Hosted in regional offices and hotels around the country, the event drew roughly 400 employees, family and friends
The Indian e-commerce market is the fastest-growing e-commerce market in the world. An IBEF report in October 2018 pegged the market to hit the $200 Billion mark by 2026, growing from the $39 Billion mark in 2017.