CtrlS to capitalise on proposed data localisation norms
Hyderabad-based CtrlS is planning to build six million sq.ft. of tier-4 data centre by 2021
Hyderabad: Hyderabad-based CtrlS is planning to build six million sq.ft. of tier-4 data centre by 2021 as it looks to capitalise on growth in data usage and proposed data localisation norms.
A tier-4 data centre has 99.995 per cent uptime implying a maximum of 26 minutes downtime in a year.
The company's clients include Flipkart, SBI, Adani Group, Vodafone etc.
Around six months back, CtrlS announced to set up 4 million sq.ft. of tier-4 data centres, including a 2 million sq.ft. hyperscale data centre in Hyderabad and 1 million sq.ft. of data centre each in Mumbai and Chennai.
CtrlS on Tuesday said it will add another 1 million sq.ft. of data centre in Mumbai.
"CtrlS is investing in hyperscale capacities and will soon emerge as the largest tier-4 data centre player globally with a cumulative footprint of 5 million sq.ft. by 2021," founder and CEO of CtrlS Datacenters, Sridhar Pinnapureddy, said.