AdaniConneX to build 1,000-MW data centres in 10 years In ten years, Adani Group intends to construct 1,000 MW of data centres. This would enable the organisation to increase the size of the nation’s data storage industry within ten years.
Business giant Adana Group’s venture company plans to create about 1,000 megawatts of data storage capacity as a significant move to improve India’s data storage infrastructure.
With this strategy, data centre AdaniConneX hopes to double the size of India’s data storage market within ten years. The company will open its first seven data centres in Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, Bengaluru, and Pune.
According to a top company official, a centres over ten years.
“A 1,000 megawatt data centre is being constructed. The industry has 550 MW at this time. Our business plan is for constructing a 1,000 megawatt data centre within the next ten years “Sanjay Bhutani, Senior Vice President and Head of Data Center Business at Adani ConneX, made the statement while speaking on Saturday at the CIO and Leader Conference hosted by 9.9 Group.
The amount of power a data centre uses to run is a measure of its capacity. India’s data centre size was estimated by market research firm Arizton to be 447 MW in 2021, with a market value of USD 10.9 billion.
The first seven data centres the corporation will build over the next three years will have a combined capacity of 450 MW, more than doubling in size. While data centres with a capacity of 550MW will be built in tier-1 and tier-3 cities.
Sanjay Bhutani highlighted the significance of underwater cable by pointing out that only Mumbai and Chennai are located in India and are linked to this network.
In order to unlock that, a cable is being inserted in the southern, eastern, and central regions of the nation, according to Bhutani.
Sanjay Bhutani stated that the digital infrastructure status given to data centres will aid in the expansion of the business when referring to the favourable climate for the development of data centres in India. A data centre policy has also been developed by seven states.
“The government also released a number of initiatives that are accelerating the country’s growth and building a shared infrastructure that we can all use. Don’t build data centres one at a time “Nepali advised.
He added that despite the nation’s 550 MW worth of data centres,
A significant amount of Indians’ data is kept outside of India. India will become a major global digital hub in the future if this tendency is reversed and the infrastructure is made capable of storing data from other nations.
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Adani Enterprises and the US-based EdgeConneX firm just signed an equal share collaboration last year in order to establish data centres in India. As part of the joint venture, data centres were also planned for Navi Mumbai, Chennai, Noida, Vishakapatnam, and Hyderabad. The corporation has also submitted an application to the Uttar Pradesh government to develop a data centre in Sector 80 of Noida as part of its most recent investment plan of Rs2,500 crore.