Delhi NCR has become one of the fastest growing economic regions of India, accounting for seven to eight percent of the nation's total GDP. Its proximity to government institutions, the presence of a business friendly infrastructure, and a burgeoning entrepreneurship culture make the city a viable IT hub.Operational since 2006, STT Delhi DC 2 at Greater Kailash 1 is preferred by cloud service providers, network service providers and enterprise customers. It is incorporated with direct fiber paths and connectivity thus offering greater control and lower risks.
STT Delhi DC2 follows all design principles of resiliency, no single point of failure, concurring maintainability and lots of other such features that meet with all TIA 942 requirements.
User friendly large floor plates with minimum columns
High floor to ceiling height to accommodate tall racks
Tier 3 Design
Tier 3 Design, Construction and Operations Compliant
UPS Power Distribution: N + N
Carrier-neutral and network dense facility
Stringent and global standards of security and access control
28,000 Sq.ftData Centre Size
2 MWIT Power
Tier 3 Data CentreMulti Layer Security & Guaranteed Uptime
Multilayer security through a combination of secure access and 24*7 surveillance
STT Delhi DC 2 in GK is the only enterprise grade data centre in Delhi and a preferred site by government organisations and awared with the Design Management Award by UBS Forums. We take pride in being a carrier neutral colocation service provider and network dense facility.
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