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Formerly known as
Tata Communications Data Centers Pvt Ltd

We command over 33% revenue market share in Indian data centre market

With carrier-neutral and carrier-dense interconnections and India’s largest floor area and IT load capabilities, we offer a suite of colocation services that provide cost-effective, scalable and secured data centre solutions

08
Cities Across India
16
Data Centre Facilities
2.5 Mn+
Square Foot Area
120 MW
of IT Load
Our Data Centre Locations
Pan India Presence And In-market Expertise

We have been at the forefront of data centre innovation and are scaling faster than any other data centre service provider in India, serving close to 1200 customers.

To match pace with the increasing demands from our customers, we have outlined expansion plans in Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Pune with the objective to double our capacity in next 3 to 5 years.

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Our Group of Companies

Our parentage traces back to the STT GDC group, which has over 110* data centres in more than 16 major global business markets including China, India, Singapore, UK and Thailand.

* Figures include third party sites and sites under construction as of June 2020.

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GDS

GDS is a leading developer and operator of high-performance data centres in China, with a 16-year track record in colocation and managed services. GDS is now serving over 400 customers, comprising predominantly of large Internet and Cloud Service Providers, Financial Institutions, Telecommunications, IT Service Providers, and Large Domestic Private Sector and Multi-National Corporations.

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VIRTUS

VIRTUS Data Centres, the UK's fastest growing data centre provider, owns, designs, builds and operates the UK's most efficient and flexible data centres. VIRTUS leads the industry with award winning innovation in hyper efficient, ultra-high density and highly interconnected facilities.

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StarHub

Launched in 2000, StarHub is Singapore's fully-integrated info-communications company. As the pioneer in 'hubbing', StarHub offers a full range of unique and integrated information, communications and entertainment services for both consumer and corporate markets. These services broadly cover Mobile, Pay TV, Broadband and Fixed Network.

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Tata Communications

Tata Communications is a global company with its roots in the emerging markets. Headquartered in Mumbai and Singapore, it has more than 8500 employees across 38 countries. The $2.9 billion company is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India and is the flagship telecoms arm of the $103.3 billion Tata Group.

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Frasers Property

Frasers Property is a multi-national real estate and property management company having a legacy of over 50 years that develops, owns, and manages properties in Singapore and throughout Southeast Asia, Australia, Europe, and China. Frasers Property Thailand (formerly known as TICON) is a leading integrated real estate platform in Thailand.

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Sumit Mukhija
Increasing adoption of digitization in India, fueled by social media, mobility and cloud based services, is stirring the growth of Data Centre market.

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.

Sumit Mukhija CEO, STT GDC India.
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Data Centres: A Resilient Economic Lifeline through COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic shut down most activities in the world even as pharmaceutical companies race to create a vaccine against the virus. Governments and healthcare workers are toiling hard to contain the outbreak but what is remarkable is that the internet has been resilient