ITI has announced the expansion of its data center facility by adding 1,000 racks in Bengaluru and is setting up a new data centre of 200 racks capacity in its Naini plant.
The new infrastructure will enable PSU banks, central & state government undertakings, MNCs, corporates and large enterprises to have their data located within the country.
This expansion will give government enterprises and corporate sector an opportunity to serve their customers and end-users better. With greater proximity to high speed networks and other services, enterprises can reduce latency, improve application performance and increase customer satisfaction and at the same time lower their total cost of ownership for infrastructure.
ITI provides whole suite of data center infrastructure and managed services with highest power density that serves as one of the key differentiator allowing its existing customers to populate more compute infrastructure in lesser footprint reducing the operational expenses substantially.
On this occasion, S. Gopu, Chairman and Managing Director, ITI said, “With this increased capacity ITI data center will be one of the biggest PSU data centers in India. We are very happy to note that many organisations have already shown interest in hosting their data with ITI. This data center expansion exhibits ITI’s deep commitment to the government of India’s flagship initiatives like Digital India, Make in India and Smart City.
ITI’s data center is currently spread over more than 200,000 square feet with world class facilities. It has the capability to house thousands of IT Infrastructure equipments and is designed to offer a wide spectrum of core hosting services with best suite of value added services under highly secure and stable environment.
The new data centre at Naini will work as a disaster recovery site for those customers who are hosting in Bengaluru and the data center in Bengaluru will serve as a disaster recovery site for those who are hosting in Naini.