Dubbed as the largest in Asia, the Rs 1,100 crore data centre built by Hiranandani Group company Yotta, was inaugurated by Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray at a virtual ceremony on July 7
The first data centre park is scheduled to go live by December 2019 at Hiranandani Fortune City township in Panvel, followed by Chennai and Mumbai
Demand created by e-commerce businesses and Smart City initiative
With its own data centre and security engagement centre in India, Microsoft today said it is "uniquely positioned" in the country to offer flexible, scalable and secure solutions to government and enterprise customers.
Further, it will enable us to exercise increased control over proprietary technology and customer information, better manage customer and market analytics, ensure superior confidentiality and security protection and also provide disaster recovery support infrastructure, Mehta said.
Australia-based Green Global Solutions which has its Asia Pacific office here, said it will be entitled to deploy 'GFS Crane DCIM' software during its consulting engagements with Data Centre customers.
World's biggest chipmaker Intel Corp today announced that it will acquire Altera Corp for USD 16.7 billion, the biggest deal in its 47-year history.
I-T infrastructure and data centre services provider Netmagic, majority owned by Japanese I-T giant NTT Communications, is confident of meeting some optimistic growth targets in 2015. What's more, with business looking up, Netmagic's Japanese parent could also increase its investment into the company, reports CNBC-TV18's Kritika Saxena.
Apple Inc now runs its largest US data centre entirely on renewable energy, with a majority of the power generated on-site from solar panels and fuel cells, the company's chief financial officer, Peter Oppenheimer, said.
Reports of Google's popular chat service suffering a major outage had only begun to thin down, that reports ...
Tulip Telecom has got Rs 199 crore worth orders for its data centre and connectivity businesses.
Speaking exclusively to CNBC-TV18's Kritika Saxena, Dell's president of public-large enterprise (APJ) says India has already crossed USD 1.4 billion in revenues and is now outpacing developed markets.
Tulip Telecom’s Sanjay Jain joins CNBC-TV18 to talk about the stake sale in the company’s Data Centre. Tulip is looking for an investor who will bring value to the front, not only in monetary terms, but also through expertise in the data field, he said.