Sumit Mukhija, CEO, STT GDC India, in a conversation with Construction World, highlights how STT GDC India takes pride in being part of India's journey from a digitally enabled economy to a digitally-driven economy. With the development of India's first smart city- GIFT city, the focus has been on India's capabilities highlighting the country's journey towards self-reliance in terms of the digital ecosystem. STT GDC India, as a company, has been a part of this journey right from a nascent stage. While digital transformation is an ever-evolving journey, the company aims to double its capacity every 3-4 years to support the growing needs of market, ensuring operational excellence and digital growth of the country as a whole.'
STT Ahmedabad DC 1 addresses the needs of the clients hosted within the GIFT City, as well as enterprises in Gujarat. Being the only purpose-built, enterprise-grade data centre facility in GIFT City, STT Ahmedabad DC 1 is a green building, built as per the stringent TIA 942 Rated 4 Standards, providing highest levels of SLA availability SLA, which is a critically inherent requirement for operations of both BFSI as well as IT businesses.
Additionally, STT Ahmedabad DC 1 offers advanced connectivity options, providing carrier neutrality to clients, and is backed with redundant paths running straight to their infrastructure, as well as enables a scaling capability of up to 3 MW IT Load capacity and beyond, if needed, to serve the cloud, applications and the IT needs of both BFSI and Enterprise consumers.
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