The India-headquartered firm already runs facilities in Mumbai and Pune, alongside its data centres in Dubai and the US, and it is now locating to the Indian capital.
Indian services provider Web Werks is to build a new data centre in Delhi. The facility will offer “scalable deployment” of up to 100,000 square feet of “AI-powered” data centre capacity using automated tools, said the firm.
The 25MW capacity DC will also offer “six-layered cybersecurity” and join the company’s existing network of facilities in Mumbai, Pune, Dubai and the US. The new site will support organisations in the Delhi NCR, Gurgaon and Noida markets with data centre and cloud hosting services.
It will be SAP certified and carbon neutral added the firm, which is building it with its own design and project team.
Web Werks director Nikhil Rathi said: “Businesses require a robust, reliable and resilient IT infrastructure backbone. With the new data centre, Delhi will have a promising state-of-the-art destination for its IT infrastructure requirements, and one that can abundantly address concerns of scalability, high availability and resilience in the performance of hosted assets.”
Existing company clients include Microsoft, Canon, Google, TATA, Facebook and Netflix.
In 2017, India’s Mumbai Convergence Hub (Mumbai CH) and internet exchange operator DE-CIX signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in an attempt to strengthen the country’s digital infrastructure, using Web Werks. Mumbai CH is owned and operated by Interwire Internet Services, with the hub hosted at Web Werks’ Mumbai data centre.
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Source: Data Economy