Yotta Infra Lays Foundation Stone Of Rs 7,000cr Data Centre Park In UP

CIOReviewIndia Team | Monday, 30 November 2020, 09:29 IST

The 20-acre hyperscale data centre park in Greater Noida will be set up in estimation of Rs. 6,000 – Rs 7,000 crore (~ $950 million) as said by Yotta Infrastructure.

In a statement, the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, said, “The Hiranandani Group has demonstrated their vision of building a datacentre park in UP even before we've formally launched our Data Center Policy and UP's first data centre park will unlock a lot of possibilities which will play a key role in realising the prime minister's 'Digital India' vision.” He added, "Our government and administration will extend all support, during and after the construction of this data centre park."

Consisting of six interconnected data centre buildings, the park will offer 30,000 racks capacity, and 200MW power.

As the company said, the data centre’s construction will begin in December, and the first data centre building is predicted to be operational before July 2022.

While addressing the audience, Sunil Gupta, Co-Founder & CEO, Yotta Infrastructure, highlighted the entire project work, and talked about the scale, and technicalities of the Noida Data centre.

In the month of July, Yotta launched the world’s second largest tier IV data centre in its Navi Mumbai data centre park.

Yotta Infrastructure has also come into an agreement with the Tamil Nadu government for setting up a campus in Chennai, with an investment of Rs. 4,000 crore.

A managed data centre services provider, Yotta designs, builds, and operates large-scale hyperdensity Data Center Parks in Navi Mumbai, Chennai and Delhi.

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