STT GDC India's infrastructure helped Excitel scale operations and save CAPEX
As a wireline broadband player, Excitel started its operations in Delhi NCR and later expanded its services to Hyderabad. Since its inception a few years ago, Excitel has scaled very fast with 1,000 employees and 3 lac users for its broadband services.

Being a CAPEX-light organization, Excitel was looking for an infrastructure provider to run data centre operations. Here is how Excitel found STT GDC India to be an exemplary partner in infrastructure operations.

100% uptime, extreme security
For any broadband company, setting up the initial infrastructure requires high levels of capital expenditure. Excitel aimed to focus its investments on operational costs and not on infrastructure CAPEX, which was a major challenge.
A professional datacentre service provider
Excitel leveraged STT GDC India's world-class infrastructure. The broadband company moved its network operations centre (NOC) to STT GDC India’s facilities in Delhi (STT Delhi DC 1 and STT Delhi DC 3).
High uptime, no capex, optimized costs
Leveraging STT GDC India's data centre facilities, Excitel saved time, CAPEX and reduced operational complexity. Not having to worry about infrastructure scalability, Excitel achieved rapid growth in customer acquisition for its broadband services.
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