IT giant NTT unveiled last Thursday its super-advanced data center in India, making it a really cool place for all things digital in the area.
Situated in Noida’s data center corridor within Delhi NCR, the campus stands out for being carrier neutral and seamlessly connected to NTT’s other data center locations, ensuring minimal delays and easy access to top-tier public cloud providers.
Spanning a vast six acres, the campus is designed to handle a robust planned capacity of 52.8 MW critical IT load across two data centers. Doug Adams, who runs NTT’s Global Data Centers & Submarine Cable, made it clear that their company is all about giving solid infrastructure to help the whole world transform digitally.
The campus has cool features like super-smart automation that keeps an eye on everything, making sure the place works great. Plus, it is the first data center in India with special earthquake gadgets (seismic dampers) to keep things running smoothly, even during big shakes.
Shekhar Sharma, CEO & MD of NTT GDC India & NTT Com India Network Services, highlighted the significance of this development for clients, offering access to trusted data center services from an interconnected campus in North India. As India’s digital economy aims for the one trillion-dollar milestone, NTT is geared up to provide the necessary infrastructure for this accelerating growth.
NTT’s big data center family in India just got even bigger with this launch. Now, they have over 268 MW of power across 18 data centers in hotspots like Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru. These centers, linked up together, cover 3.1 million square feet, giving clients the freedom to set up what they need now and easily grow when they want to.