Yotta Infrastructure launched India’s Largest Data Center Building, Yotta NM-1. It is recognized as the second-largest Datacenter in the world and it’s also the largest Tier 4 Data Center certified by Uptime Institute in Asia.
Yotta NM-1 has established closeness to Mumbai and Pune in 600 acre Hiranandani Fortune City in Panvel. It is incorporated with Yotta Data Center Park, which has the capacity of 30,000 racks and 250 MW power. Yotta NM-1 has the capacity to run the hosting global cloud, content and OTT Operators. It is supported by the highly surplus on-site power will be powered shortly by its solar power plant and an on-site captive gas-based co-gen power plant. It makes the customer for long term reliable, green and profitable one also.
Honorable Minister of Communications, Electronics & Information Technology, and Law & Justice Mr. Ravi Shankar has proclaimed about the Data Center is the benchmark in every Industry. It is also launched for the Digital India plan with the Honorable Prime Minister’s consideration to create India with the mighty Data process.
In the Pandemic period, we require huge pillar support from the Digital department to rise up the economy with remote working. India is expanding the Digital department day by day with some new plan execution to enhance the Enterprises.
Dr. Niranjan Hiranandani, Co-founder and Managing Director of Hiranandani group has mentioned the government’s self-reliance in their supply chains within the country. Amid COVID-19 situation increased the usage of technology among enterprises and customers. The huge change in Data Center has been considering as an enormous one.
Yotta is also developing alike the Yotta NM-1 sized Data Center to launch in Chennai and New Delhi as soon as possible. And moreover, Yotta has planned to invest around INR 3500 crores in next 3 years and around INR 15,000 crores for next 7 to 10 years across the Data Center Parks