With an estimated GDP of USD 110 billion, Bengaluru, the silicon valley of India, contributes 33% of India's IT export offering IT infrastructure that's scalable, intelligent and secure. As one of India's most progressive and developed cities, nurturing the culture of technology & IT, Bengaluru is the base for many start-ups and companies from ITES, E-Commerce, Biotech and Fintech domains.In this IT heartland of India, STT GDC India is coming up with its third data centre, STT Bengaluru DC 3, honouring its commitment to provide best in class data centre infrastructure which meets the most stringent requirements from enterprises and cloud service providers.
As part of our multi megawatt capacity expansion plan across India, STT Bengaluru DC 3, has been designed as a highly resilient and secure facility boasting highest standards of structural and technical data centre design specifications.
User friendly large floor plates with minimum columns
High floor to ceiling height to accommodate tall racks
Tier 3 Compliant
Tier 3 Compliant, Construction and Operations Compliant
66KV dedicated substation connected to two different up-stream substations
Carrier-neutral and network dense facility
Stringent and global standards of security and access control
Dec 2019Ready for Service
400,000 sq.ftData Centre Size
18 MWIT Power
Tier 3 Data CentreMulti Layer Security & Guaranteed Uptime
Multilayer security through a combination of secure access and 24*7 surveillance
We operate two data centres in Bengaluru in Sanjay Nagar (STT Bengaluru DC 1) and KIADB, Whitefield (STT Bengaluru DC 2). The new facility is near STT Bengaluru DC 2 with direct fiber paths and connectivity thus offering greater control and lower risks. We take pride in being a carrier neutral colocation service provider with STT Bengaluru DC 3 hosting all major network service providers in its campus.
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