This week, we explore the growth, potential and dynamics of the data centre market in India.
If data is the new oil, then data centres are the new-age high-tech hubs of this critical fuel.
India's data consumption has seen a sharp 38% uptick YoY in FY21. This has unsurprisingly piqued the interest of global and domestic data developers who are rushing to invest, establish and develop data centres across the country.
ST Telemedia Global Data Centres India (STT GDC India) is a Mumbai-based co-location service provider that reportedly commands a 33% revenue market share in the country's data centre segment. Our guest this week is Jatinder Singh Pabla, SVP Sales, Marketing, CEM at STT GDC India.
Together, we delve into this up-and-coming market: its capacity, growth potential, investment cycles, geographic distribution in India, how the pandemic augmented change in its dynamics, what the entry of big players bodes for the sector going forward, and much more.
With its enormous business, energy and environmental implications, the rise of data centres in India is a topic worth deep-diving into. So sit back and join us for an insightful discussion!
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