Navi Mumbai has evolved as a key IT hub in the region, with excellent road and railway connections, housing complexes, ample power capabilities, accessibility to Grade-A commercial space, and the upcoming international airport. Navi Mumbai has an abundance of infrastructure, backed with exceptional connectivity to Mumbai, making it a popular data centre hub.
STT GDC India presently operates three cutting-edge data centres in Mumbai, all strategically positioned in key locations and have become important focal points for enterprises. As part of STT GDC India's multi-megawatt capacity expansion plan – which includes the addition of the latest Mumbai Campus located in MIDC Mahape, Navi Mumbai, with 2 state-of-the-art data centre facilities that are designed to meet stringent business requirements and are expected to deliver unrivalled performance in terms of network connectivity, availability, security, and reliability.
Dual dedicated power path from 2 independent 220 KV & 400 KV substations
Data Centre Security
Stringent and global standards of multi-layer security and access control
Carrier Neutral & Dense Network
4 Diverse fibre entry paths with carrier neutral MMRs
Compliant to TIA 942 Rated 3
For construction and operations.
Floor to Ceiling Height
High floor to ceiling height to accommodate tall racks
Modern & Modular Design
Column-less hall, ramp less design, heavy-duty elevators
2023Ready for Service
7.63 AcresData Centre Size
50 MWIT Load Capacity
Multilayer security through a combination of secure access and 24*7 surveillance
STT Mumbai DC Campus comprises of India’s largest data centre facilities in production environment, purpose-built with high capacity design, backed with 4 diverse fibre entry paths to the facilities, and provision for multi-tier cable trays and secure conduits. Our state-of-the-art data centre campus in Navi Mumbai is designed to sustain the ever-flourishing digital ecosystem of the region, boasting the highest structural and technical specifications of service excellence.
Bringing world-class infrastructure and best-of-breed colocation solutions, the new Mumbai DC campus also incorporates cable landing docks, along with carrier-neutral MMRs, providing enhanced control and lowered risks.
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