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 3 in BKC is one the most preferred BFSI data centre in the country. The present mix of banks, insurance and other financial organizations create a desirable network externality for the BFSI segment. The presence of a leading cloud service provider enables on demand, direct connectivity for these customers.
STT Mumbai DC 3 has been designed as a highly resilient and secure facility boasting highest standards of structural and technical data centre design specifications.
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 Certified
UPS Power Distribution: N + N
Carrier-neutral and network dense facility
Stringent and global standards of security and access control
2,20,000 Sq.ftData Centre Size
14 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 3 in BKC is one the most preferred BFSI data centre in the country. The present mix of banks, insurance and other financial organizations create a desirable network externality for the BFSI segment. We take pride in being a carrier neutral colocation service provider and network dense facility.
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