Netmagic launches Industry’s largest data center in Mumbai

MUMBAI: Netmagic, an NTT Communications Group Company, has launched its ninth data center in Mumbai.

One of the largest data centers in India–covering about 300,000 sq ft (27,000 sq mt) with 2,700 racks, has been built in line with global design standards of NTT Communications.

Extending the promise of world-class data center facilities to Indian customers, this is yet another “Nexcenter” branded data center in the country. The data center will deliver Netmagic’s entire suite of services, including Managed Co-location, Dedicated Hosting, Cloud Computing, IT Infrastructure Monitoring and Management, Managed Security, Disaster Recovery and Managed App Hosting.

The data center is already operational with some marquee anchored customers on-board already.

“This facility is part of our Nexcenter brand of global data center services providing seamless ICT solutions including networks, cloud computing, data centers security and applications, thereby capitalizing on the trend of enterprises’ migrating their on-premise systems to the cloud,” said Tetsuya Shoji, President and CEO of NTT Communications.

“Given Mumbai’s business importance, Netmagic’s data center 5 is poised to soon become the very heart of India’s IT Infrastructure needs, offering the right platform for enterprises and start-ups alike, to grow, scale and innovate in order to take business to the next level,” said Sharad Sanghi, MD and CEO, Netmagic.

Parallel to the launch of the new data center facility, Netmagic also announced the launch of new services (Virtual Private Cloud, Virtual Load Balancer as a Service and Next-Gen Backup and Archival) and a refined network fabric, stemming from Spine Leaf Architecture.

With this launch, Netmagic now has nine data centers across India and will have more than 600,000 sq ft (55,000 sq mt) of floor space. Some of the key highlights of this facility include four diverse fiber paths to ensure reliability at network levels, 28 MVA of facility power and Dual Power feed through PDU with isolation transformer.

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