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Additionally, provider plans to have six million of data centre square footage by 2023, with two largescale projects already under construction in Hyderabad (200 MW; 2 million sqf) and Mumbai (300MW; 2.5m sqf).
Founder and Editor, The Tech Capital
August 16, 2021 | 12:02 PM BST
Indian data centre business CtrlS NLD has joined a growing number of colocation companies launching interconnect services designed to “act as a digital business enabler for businesses”.
Branded as CtrlS Connect, the Hyderabad-based operator said customers will be able to connect their digital infrastructure and services with a wide array of services which includes remote Peering, cloud Exchange, data centre Interconnect and metro Connect services in major metro markets in India.
CrtlS is aiming the suite at a range of verticals, including financial services, media, e-commerce, healthcare, manufacturing, and supply chain.
The services are being introduced coinciding with the 26th Anniversary of the commencement of Commercial Internet in India.
Additionally, the company is also rolling out CtrlS eXchange Connect services portfolio to bring network capacity closer to the content and service providers with one or more internet exchange (IX) providers without additional infrastructure.
These services have been designed to help businesses connect their locations to the multi-cloud ecosystems, expand geographic reach, enhance application performance security and optimise cost, CrtlS said in a statement.
Sridhar Pinnapureddy, founder and CEO, CtrlS group of companies said: “We are delighted to introduce a wide array of interconnect services to the new age businesses. The data centre interconnect services will act not only as an integration point, but also as a ‘Glue’ for all digital business.
“We are confident customers will benefit from low-latency, high speed connectivity, reap the benefits of our automation led process to achieve their business objectives augmented by industry best SLAs, speed of connections, automated processes”
CtrlS plans to have six million of data centre square footage by 2023, with two largescale projects already under construction in Hyderabad (200 MW; 2 million sqf) and Mumbai (300MW; 2.5m sqf).
Today, the company operates a combined one million square feet in sites located in Mumbai, Bangalore, Noida and Hyderabad.
Its customer portfolio includes Samsung, Panasonic, Disney, DaimlerChrysler, and multinational banking and financial corporation DBS.
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