- Divine intervention comes to the rescue as IVPL thrives amid challenges
- LS Polls: BJP releases 1st list of 195 candidates, PM Modi to contest from Varanasi
- Ramadan 2024: Why moon sighting is an important Islamic tradition; all you want to know
- Govt initiatives boosting digital ecosystem across startups: Simplilearn
- WPL 2024: Budding cricketers join Gujarat Giants for special training session
- Shabari Jayanti 2024: Date, Rituals, and Significance
- World Birth Defects Day 2024: Date, history, significance and tips to prevent birth defects
- EC to set up special polling stations for voters in Manipur relief camps
- Sheikh Shahjahan starts cooperating with investigating officers: Sources
- Violence-free NE established, over 10,000 militants laid down their arms: Amit Shah
CtrlS launches Tier-4 datacenter in Bengaluru
CtrlS has launched Bengaluru’s 1st Tier-4 datacentre, which is also certified as world’s first LEED Platinum certified Green datacentre, at Electronic City here. The CtrlS Tier-4 Datacentre, which will provide mission-critical datacentre services to India’s leading internet, banking, insurance, and other clients.
Bengaluru: CtrlS has launched Bengaluru’s 1st Tier-4 datacentre, which is also certified as world’s first LEED Platinum certified Green datacentre, at Electronic City here. The CtrlS Tier-4 Datacentre, which will provide mission-critical datacentre services to India’s leading internet, banking, insurance, and other clients.
Speaking on the occasion, Karnataka IT Minister Priyank Kharge said: “I'm happy that CtrlS latest datacenter is being situated in Bengaluru. Our city, which is already the leader in software services is also fast becoming a hub for global organizations and I’m sure the CtrlS datacenter will be the start of an ecosystem.”
Sridhar, CMD, CtrlS, said: “Our datacenter has been awarded a Platinum LEED certificate by the US Green Building Council, making it The only Datacenter in the world to receive such certification. We will continue to innovate and ensure our business is both profitable and environmentally sustainable. A lot of data flows through the silicon city.
The future plan is convert all our DCs to be solar powered in the next 5 years.” Margarent Anderson, Senior V-P of SAP Labs India, Gopalakrishna, Sameer Garde, President, Cisco, Prakash Mallya, Managing Director, Intel India and other IT industry leaders were present on the occasion.
The new CtrlS datacentre will provide India’s growing tech giants with reliable, robust data management and distribution networks, with near zero per cent downtime, 100 % redundancy and industry’s lowest PUE of 1.35.