DUBLIN, October 04, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Data center landscape in India from 2021 to 2025” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
This report provides comprehensive up-to-date analysis of the third-party data center market in India.
A new wave of inbound data center investment is coming to the Indian market – There is a large amount of new international data center investment going on in India.
CSP investments in India are also increasing – CSP investments in India are made by a number of international players including: AWS (Amazon Web Services), Microsoft Azure Cloud, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), IBM Cloud, Oracle Cloud and Alibaba Cloud. But there is also a range of local Indian CSPs available including: Airtel, CtrlS, NTT, Sify Technology and Yotta Infrastructure – which partner with global CSPs.
Further investments are being made by a range of private investors – including Princeton Digital Group (CEO) – which has invested in a series of data center facilities in Singapore, Indonesia and China. CEO has said he intends to open a new data center in Mumbai – and announced plans to build a two-building data center campus.
Potential investment in Indian data centers may increase by nearly $ 8 billion between early 2021 and early 2025
Indian data center provider’s facility scale increases in size over time – A range of new third party data center vendors are planned at large campus sites in India – enabling the deployment of multiple data buildings.
The data center facilities on the large campus can be used for a variety of needs – including third-party colocation services, built to accommodate the facilities and powered hull buildings – which can be customized for individual hyperscale users, including including the CSP segment.
Although the growth of the Indian data center market is rapid – evidence suggests it is still far from maturity – India’s third-party data center market size is currently smaller than that of Germany – a country of around 83 million people (compared to 1.3 billion people in India (both populations are predicted from 2016)).
India’s data center market is dominated by four major urban data center clusters – The four largest Indian urban clusters (Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and New Delhi) account for over 80% of the raised floor space of Indian third-party data centers.
The Indian data center market is also dominated by a handful of data center vendors with increasingly large facilities. – These providers have coverage in several Indian cities. Indian data center providers with a presence in several cities include BSNL, NTT India Ltd (a subsidiary of Japanese telecommunications provider NTT Communications), STT GDC India, Sify Technology, Reliance IDC and Nxtra Data (formerly Bharti Airtel).
Indian data center prices vary widely by region and data center facility. – Data center prices in India vary widely – depending on whether low cost or premium rack space and power harnesses are used – and also depending on the region and the standard of quality of the center installation. data, average Indian data center rates remain relatively high – at a rental rate of over $ 1,000 per rack per month on average.
AWS (Amazon Web Services)
Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
Microsoft Azure Cloud
NTT India Ltd
Nxtra Data (formerly Bharti Airtel)
Princeton Digital Group (CEO)
STT GDC India
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