Teleindia Networks announced DataSamudra, a greenfield hyperscale data center in Bengaluru, on Friday. Karnataka IT minister CN Ashwath Narayan and Amajit Gupta, CEO of Lightstorm Telecom Connectivity, were present during the launch, said a statement.
According to the company, DataSamudra will be India’s first ‘on-demand, on-requirement data centre.’ Narayan spoke on the occasion about the prospects these projects bring to the state and how they add value to the state’s IT industry.
“Employment generation, global focus, and creating new avenues for emerging businesses are some of the immediate outcomes such projects bring about. DataSamudra will be a key contributor for such growth,” the minister was quoted as saying.
Inaugurated Teleindia’s new Corporate Office Technology Park along with launch of Datasamudra, the Hyperscale Datacenter.
It is India's 1st Rs 100 Cr project with TeleiIndia adding to 500+ employees. To begin with it will offer Co-Location, Hosting & Cloud Services among others. pic.twitter.com/XggortuFlv
— Dr. Ashwathnarayan C. N. (@drashwathcn) October 22, 2021
DataSamudra is located in Bengaluru’s new KIADB IT Park, which features state-of-the-art facilities and a built-up space of one lakh square feet. It will have 500 high-density racks, a 3 MW IT power load, and future IT and core infrastructure, according to the announcement.