Hiranandani Group forays into data centre parks
The first data centre park will come up by December this year at Hiranandani Fortune City township in Panvel, followed by Chennai and Mumbai.
The first data centre park will come up by December this year at Hiranandani Fortune City township in Panvel, followed by Chennai and Mumbai and will be spread over 50 acres with a capacity of 60,000 racks and 500 mw power. The data center market in India has doubled in the last 3 years and is projected to grow 1.5x by 2020
Niranjan Hiranandani, Managing Director, Hiranandani Group said “The Digital India program is one of the key pillars of Prime Minister’s vision of India becoming a 5-trillion dollar economy by 2025. We envision a huge opportunity with data localization and protection act to be announced soon by the Government of India in order to regulate the data management business. This will give a big impetus to the data storage business to grow domestically at an exponential pace bringing the paradigm shift to the Indian economy”.
Sunil Gupta, CEO, Yotta Infrastructure said, “With growth of technologies like IoT and Big Data becoming mainstream, vast amounts of data will be created in complex formats that will need massive Data Center infrastructure. We shall offer practically unlimited scalability of Colocation space and Power at our Data Centre parks to OTT players like Google, AWS, Microsoft, Alibaba, Tencent , Netflix, Facebook , Apple etc. for their cloud availability zones / clusters, for better manageability of their operations and enhanced cost effectiveness.” He added that the company would launch hybrid multi-cloud, managed IT, security and connectivity services to cater to the needs of enterprises including banks, retail, media and manufacturing, and new age companies in the space of SaaS, IoT, machine learning, AI and big data.