"India is going through a digital transformation. It is disruptive, it is real, and it is well embraced by enterprises and aggressively backed by government through popular initiatives like the GST reforms, Smart cities, Rupay, UID and various inclusive citizen services etc.," Sumit said in his interview. "These are further fuelled by the boom in Fintech and E-commerce and now AI and IoT are knocking the doors as well. Cloud computing is one of the most disruptive forces in the digital age impacting IT strategy and expenditure," he added. "For all enterprises, it is no longer about "why cloud"; it is about "when" and "at what scale" and in fact many of them are adopting a cloud-first strategy"
India, the second-most populous country in the world, is all primed for data centre adoption and its offerings. With 669 million active internet users and a billion mobile subscribers, the government is pushing for digitization.
Data centre infrastructure is an integral part of modern businesses. The global DCIM market, which was evaluated at USD 1.701 billion in 2019, is expected to reach USD 6.688 billion by 2025. In the past years, the need to manage limited space and high rack density has been driving the market.
In order to adapt to the new normal as a result of COVID-19. Just within a span of few days enterprises in nearly every industry have had to identify new ways to communicate with their customers and stakeholders be it healthcare, education, retail , and even with their employees