The company’s first 20 MW greenfield data centre (MAA10), which is expected to be launched at the end of 2023 and to be built on a 100 MW campus in Chennai, is on track
To build a new state-of-the-art data centre, BAM Digital Realty, a joint venture between Brookfield Infrastructure and Digital Realty, has acquired 2.15 acres of land in Chandivali, Mumbai. This will be the second data centre for BAM Digital in India.
The facility will deliver 35 MW of IT load upon completion, bringing the company’s total planned capacity in India to 135 MW. The total investment to build the facility is expected to be more than Rs. 2,000 crore.
Capable of supporting the growing demand for critical digital infrastructure in this region, BAM Digital Realty’s new site was selected for its proximity to customers and central location in metro Mumbai, essential characteristics of a well-connected facility.
This strategic investment in Mumbai builds upon BAM Digital Realty’s initial foray into the Indian market. The company’s first 20 MW greenfield data centre (MAA10), which is expected to be launched at the end of 2023 and to be built on a 100 MW campus in Chennai, is on track.
Leveraging Digital Realty’s global data centre platform, PlatformDIGITAL, the two data centres in Mumbai and Chennai will deliver rich ecosystem access to both west- and east-bound customers.
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