The Hiranandani Group forays into data dentre parks with their new business venture – Yotta Infrastructure. It will be a managed data centre service provider that shall design, build and operate large-scale hyper density Uptime Institute-certified Tier 4* data centres. The first phase of operation shall commence at Hiranandani projects in Mumbai, Panvel and Chennai. A 100% subsidiary of the Hiranandani Group, Yotta will offer hyper-density, hyper-scalable data centre and co-location solutions to enterprises along with a whole array of supporting managed IT, hybrid multi cloud and security services. The visionary legend Dr Niranjan Hiranandani and gen next at the group, Mr Darshan Hiranandani unveiled an ambitious roadmap to be India’s largest player in Data Centre space with huge scalability and unparalleled core infrastructure. The data centre parks is an apt platform that syncs in with the rising New Digital India.
Known as ‘Data Centre Man of India’, Yotta Infrastructure will be driven by Sunil Gupta, managing partner and CEO with the company, who brings in rich experience of 27 years and proven track record of building 15+ hyperscale hyper density data centres.
The data centre parks will be spread over 50 acres near major international fiber landing stations with server hall capacity of over 60,000 racks and 500 MW power. The first data centre park is scheduled to go live by December 2019 at Hiranandani Fortune City township in Panvel, followed by Chennai and Mumbai.
Dr Niranjan Hiranandani, founder and MD, Hiranandani Group, said that, "The Digital India program is one of the key pillars of Prime Minister’s vision of India becoming a five-trillion dollar economy by 2025. We envision a huge opportunity with data localisation and protection act to be announced soon by the Government of India in order to regulate the data management business. This will give a big impetus to the data storage business to grow domestically at an exponential pace bringing the paradigm shift to the Indian Economy."
"Hiranandani Group is committed to be one of big player in the data centre space with its massive scale of development, robust core infrastructure in terms of power, land and solar energy, and services complying global best practices that will become the catalyst of development in the nation," he further added.
“India has the cheapest data consumption cost per GB and is the largest consumer of data in the world. At Yotta, our vision is to offer the cheapest data storage infrastructure per GB in the world. We will deliver this solution to all entities, global and domestic, in our first site itself, committed to be functional at Panvel in Navi Mumbai by Dec 2019," says Darshan Hiranandani, Group CEO.
Commenting on the inception of Yotta, Gupta said, “With growth of technologies like IoT and Big Data becoming mainstream, vast amounts of data will be created in complex formats that will need massive Data Centre infrastructure. This is the right time for the Hiranandani Group to enter this segment and I am delighted to be a part of this journey. We shall offer practically unlimited scalability of colocation space and Power at our Data Centre parks to OTT players like Google, AWS, Microsoft, Alibaba, Tencent, Netflix, Facebook, Apple, etc. for their cloud availability zones / clusters, for better manageability of their operations and enhanced cost effectiveness. We will also launch hybrid multi-cloud, managed IT, Security and Connectivity services to cater to the needs of enterprises including banks, retail, media and manufacturing, and new age companies in the space of SaaS, IoT, Machine Learning, AI and Big Data.
Yotta is a managed data centre service provider that designs, builds, and operates large-scale hyper density Uptime Institute Certified Tier 4* Data Centre Parks in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Chennai. A 100% subsidiary of the Hiranandani Group, Yotta offers hyper-density, hyper-scalable data centre and colocation solutions to enterprises along with a whole array of supporting managed IT, hybrid multi cloud, connectivity and security services.
There are six main pillars in the Data Centre business – land, quality construction, reliable and competitive power supply, redundant fiber connectivity, timely execution of projects in a regulated environment and Data Centre domain expertise. And the complexity for each of these keep going north. Taxing businesses with these complexities hinders growth and Yotta has tapped the right blend of synergies within the Hiranandani Group to tackle this issue.
The group owns over 1800+ acres of land across India and has unmatched expertise in construction. TUCO, a group entity is into power distribution and shall provide competitive and reliable power supply to the Yotta Data Centre Park at Panvel. Another group company, H-Energy, is in the Oil & Gas vertical, which will be soon leveraged to use gas as the energy source for self-generation of power for Yotta Data Centre Park. The group is also building a captive 40 MW solar power plant that will power the first Data Centre. Yotta is creating a robust dedicated network infrastructure to access its data centre parks through multiple fiber paths from main highways. Some of these ‘industry first’, green and innovative solutions will make Yotta a trendsetter and offer the best value to its customers without burdening them with bloated bills.