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Adani Group Invests Rs 70,000 cr in Andhra Pradesh data centres

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The Adani Group has now signed a contract with the government of Andhra Pradesh for the setting up the data centers in the state, the energy and infrastructure company revealed today.

The hyper-scale data centers with the 5 Gigawatt capacity each of will going to be fully powered and supported by the renewable energy and developed around the Visakhapatnam, the state largest city, over a couple of next 20 years.

The project will also be going to position the Andhra Pradesh as a data center hub on the east coast of India, and for the Southeastern part of Asia, the Adani revealed.

According to the report which has been revealed by the Adani group, the three data centers park will now be going to be flexibly designed to adapt to the engineering technology and will also provide with an entire ecosystem of the software application, hardware suppliers, startups, and with the telecom ecosystem players.

The data centers will also be going to be integrated with a cable landing station that will also take advantage of the long state coastline to help provide with the global connectivity that the country needs to manage its exponential growth of data simply, the company revealed.

Gautam Adani, the Chairman of the Adani Group, said that they are providing with the 100% renewable powers and its experience in the energy management is a critical aspect which is much more focused towards lowering the carbon footprint for an industry that is as of now the “world’s largest and growing power consumer”.

Apart from just the cloud industry giants like the Amazon Web services, Alibaba Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Adani will now complete the local data center players such as the Tata communications, Sify, CtrlS, and NextGen.

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