STT Global Data Centres India, a subsidiary of ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC) has announced the establishment of its new datacentre—Bengaluru DC3—at Whitefield, Bengaluru. This announcement marks the commencement of the company’s multi megawatt capacity expansion plan spanning across major cities in the country, further strengthening STT GDC India’s leadership position in the India data center market. This facility is expected to be operational by the third quarter of 2019.
“The Indian data centre market is on a significant growth trajectory and is expected to grow to $3.2 billion in 2018. By 2020, India is forecasted to become one of the largest markets for data centres in Asia-Pacific. We’re committed to providing our customers with best in class data centre infrastructure designed for maximum efficiency and security. Our new facility in Bengaluru will bring to market the latest advancements in data centre design, enabling our customers’ IT strategies while providing new and improved ways of linking, working and extending their business reach”, said Sumit Mukhija, Chief Executive Officer of STT GDC India.
This expansion will increase the number of facilities under STT GDC India’s ownership and management to 15 and will increase STT GDC India’s portfolio to over 85 MW of IT power across 8 cities, while further strengthening the company’s market-leading position as the Indian data centre provider of choice for customers with mission-critical hosting requirements.
With rising expectations from enterprises and cloud service providers for data centre facilities that are highly resilient, secure and able to support the growing market needs, Bengaluru DC3 has been designed to ensure that it meets the most stringent of customer requirements.
Salient features of Bengaluru DC3:
1-Offer scalability of more than 15 MW of IT power in a newly constructed 350,000 square foot data centre building.
2-Would enable customers to continue taking advantage of IT innovations whilst safeguarding their mission-critical data
3-Provide redundant power feeds from dedicated substations, higher redundancy across power infrastructure and modular approach to capacity; the datacentre is designed to meet customers’ modern day high density computing needs for mobility, e-commerce, internet of things (IoT), cloud and big data.
4-Offer a wide array of connectivity choices as a carrier-neutral data centre facility including complete array of configuration alternatives, including shared rack space, full cabinets and cage space colocation and multi MW dedicated spaces, catering to retail and wholescale customers.