Data centres with capacity of 200 MW to be set up by Sify Technologies

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Data centres with capacity of 200 MW to be set up by Sify Technologies
Data centres with capacity of 200 MW to be set up by Sify Technologies

Sify over the years has built and operates 10 carrier-neutral data centres, currently offering more than 70 MW at Vashi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Airoli, Noida, Rabale, Hyderabad and Kolkata after entering the data-centre market in the year 2000

The Nasdaq listed Sify Technologies Ltd, over the next four years, will be setting up data centres with a capacity of 200 MW with a mix of hyper-scale and retail facilities, said a company official.

Given the concentration of financial traffic, the new data centres will come up in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru where the demand is expected to be more both for colocation and cloud space.

Sify over the years has built and operates 10 carrier-neutral data centres, currently offering more than 70 MW at Vashi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Airoli, Noida, Rabale, Hyderabad and Kolkata after entering the data-centre market in the year 2000.

Sify also services a network of 49 data centres across India through CloudCover.

On 21 September 2021, the company said its first data-centre at Vashi completed 21 years of uninterrupted operations.

“Sify has pioneered and set high standards in the Data-Centre space in India ever since the launch of country’s first concurrently-maintainable data-centre at the Infotech Park in Vashi, Mumbai in September 2000″, Raju Vegesna, Chairman said.

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