Yotta Infra plans Rs 900 cr investment on data centres for 3-4 years
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Yotta Infra plans Rs 900 cr investment on data centres for 3-4 years

Hiranandani Group subsidiary Yotta Infrastructure will invest Rs 900 crore over three to four years to build 100 Edge data centres.

The company is looking at 25 small cities in the first phase, including Nagpur, Coimbatore, Ranchi, Jaipur.

Tier IV Data Centre Parks are located in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, and Chennai.

Content providers and organisations can use edge data centres to compute data closer to the source rather than hosting it hundreds of miles away.

Unlike hyperscale data centres, which can hold thousands of racks, Edge data centres can only hold 10 to 20 racks in a space of about 4,000 sq ft.

One of the largest homegrown data centre companies is in discussions with content providers and other OEMs about launching boutique datacentres.

Sunil Gupta, Co-Founder and CEO of Yotta Infrastructure Solutions, said that it is critical to centralise the manufacturing of various moving parts, such as cabling.

Data centres are power-hungry and require large-scale, uninterruptible power. Strong digitalisation, rising cloud adoption, and ambitious growth plans of DC operators are expected to double the capacity of the Indian data centre industry by 2023, reaching over 1 GW from 499 MW IT power load capacity in H1 2021.

Yotta, one of India's newest data centre players, whose first data centre building in Navi Mumbai has a 50MW power capacity. The facility has the lowest PUE of 1.4, is energy efficient, and houses captive power distribution infrastructure, according to the company. In addition to the data centre, the company is commissioning a solar power plant and a natural gas-based power generation plant for green energy.

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Also read: TEECL to develop 250 MW data centres across India
Also read: Government plans to make India a data centre hub

Hiranandani Group subsidiary Yotta Infrastructure will invest Rs 900 crore over three to four years to build 100 Edge data centres. The company is looking at 25 small cities in the first phase, including Nagpur, Coimbatore, Ranchi, Jaipur. Tier IV Data Centre Parks are located in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, and Chennai. Content providers and organisations can use edge data centres to compute data closer to the source rather than hosting it hundreds of miles away. Unlike hyperscale data centres, which can hold thousands of racks, Edge data centres can only hold 10 to 20 racks in a space of about 4,000 sq ft. One of the largest homegrown data centre companies is in discussions with content providers and other OEMs about launching boutique datacentres. Sunil Gupta, Co-Founder and CEO of Yotta Infrastructure Solutions, said that it is critical to centralise the manufacturing of various moving parts, such as cabling. Data centres are power-hungry and require large-scale, uninterruptible power. Strong digitalisation, rising cloud adoption, and ambitious growth plans of DC operators are expected to double the capacity of the Indian data centre industry by 2023, reaching over 1 GW from 499 MW IT power load capacity in H1 2021. Yotta, one of India's newest data centre players, whose first data centre building in Navi Mumbai has a 50MW power capacity. The facility has the lowest PUE of 1.4, is energy efficient, and houses captive power distribution infrastructure, according to the company. In addition to the data centre, the company is commissioning a solar power plant and a natural gas-based power generation plant for green energy. Image SourceAlso read: TEECL to develop 250 MW data centres across India Also read: Government plans to make India a data centre hub

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