STT GDC India, the largest data centre player in India with over 30 per cent share in the co-location space, is betting big on the fast-growing data centre market in the country. The company, is looking to take its capacity to over 200 MW from the current 70 MW in the next five years. STT GDC, which has over 15 carrier-neutral facilities with carrier-dense interconnections across eight key cities, has earmarked around $1 billion worth investment in India. In the last few years, STT GDC has achieved more than 25 per cent revenue CAGR, which outgrew the market. The company, known for its innovations, is scaling faster than any other service provider in the market, serving close to 1,400 customers including many Fortune 500 companies. STT GDC is the only data centre service provider to have delivered multiple projects of more than 10 MW of IT power to its customers across multiple locations within a record period of six months. STT GDC India operates two of the country’s largest data centres in Pune and Chennai, and its BKC Mumbai facility is the country’s only CEEDA Gold Certified data centre. The company has built an integrated data centre platform in key economic hubs across developed and emerging markets. Through STT GDC’s platform of over 90 data centres across China, India, Singapore, Thailand and the UK, customers gain immediate access to these markets.
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Bimal Khandelwal, CFO STT GDC India, in conversation with Digital Creed The demand for data centres has increased significantly in the Indian sub-continent
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