Bharti Airtel, one of the leading Indian mobile operating giants in India, has come up with its brand new green data centre in Mumbai. It is designed to obtain 1.7 to 1.75 PUE and to become one of the most energy efficient facilities in the country.
The new green data centre will help Airtel to serve co-location, handle hosting, remote infrastructure handling, disaster retrieving, application and cloud computing offers to SMEs in the city.
This is eighth tier 3+ data centre of the company in India and it is as per the vision of hosting and handling services segment of Airtel.
It is created and commissioned jointly with NetMagic Solutions Private Limited, an Indian enterprise, and has connectivity with Airtel's bandwidth ability and network support infrastructure. The entire infrastructure will result in enabling scalability, resillience and efficient delivery of services to customers.
Airtel is presently functioning seven level 3/3+ data centres in the country - Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Chennai, Bhubneshwar and Pune.
Apart from India the company operates in about 20 countries across Asia and Africa.
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