Netmagic Solutions, the datacentre infrastructure lifecycle management (DILM) company and subsidiary of NTT Communications (NTT Com), has announced that it is building a new datacentre that will add a massive 1,00,000 sq ft of net floor space to Bangalore's supply constrained datacentre market. The new datacentre in Electronic City, will be operational by December 2013. The company anticipates the capacity to be utilised by large IT/ITES companies looking for scalable and high quality datacentre space for their R&D centres as well as their end customers' space requirements.
Netmagic has seven datacentres in India including 4 in Mumbai and one each in Bangalore, Noida (Delhi-NCR) and Chennai. The 15 year old pioneer has over 700 people delivering services to over 1200 enterprise customers from across industry verticals.
The datacentre will deliver the entire range of services of Netmagic including managed co-location, dedicated hosting, IT infrastructure monitoring and management, security and cloud computing services. The datacentre will offer co-location space with high power and cooling densities, and can offer not only individual racks, but also highly secure cages and enclosed server rooms to meet the requirements of large global enterprises. As with all of the company's datacentres, connectivity from multiple telecom providers will be available from physically redundant paths allowing customers to architect on any network of their choice. The datacentre is designed with high levels of redundancies and a stringent focus on security, both physical and logical. Enterprises can expect further attention to detail with amenities such as highly secure material handling system based on bar coding and multiple checkpoints, adequate customer office space, dedicated storage space, and heavy equipment handling systems.
In addition to serving the needs of businesses located in and around Bangalore, the datacentre shall also act as a perfect place for large organisations across India and other geographies to establish their disaster recovery and business continuity sites.
Enterprises planning to migrate to any of Netmagic's datacentres can avail of their datacentre migration management expertise that has been honed over several migration projects planned and managed for enterprises hosted in their datacentres.
The company has already begun accepting orders for its managed hosting and co-location services. Netmagic is also offering complimentary migration service to the first three customers opting to move their current datacentre to Netmagic's new datacentre in Electronic City.
Sharad Sanghi, CEO, Netmagic Solutions said, "In India, customers want to have their datacentres located as close as possible to their business operations. Our strategy is to accommodate this demand and ensure that our datacentres are large enough to meet their needs as well as be efficient enough to be viable. While customers may come to us because of our location, they stay with us because of our service and ability to help their infrastructure evolve as their business does."
Updated Date: Feb 03, 2017 00:05:17 IST