Sify Technologies, an Indian Internet service provider, intends to more than double its data centre footprint in the country over the next few years.
The Nasdaq-listed company stated that it intends to add 200MW of capacity over the next four years. It intends to construct a mix of hyperscale and retail spaces in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru.
In 2000, Sify Technologies entered the data centre sector. Sify has developed and managed ten carrier-neutral data centres with a combined capacity of more than 70MW. It just celebrated 21 years of uninterrupted operation at its initial data centre in Vashi.
Additionally, the company has operations in Bangalore, Chennai, Airoli, Noida, Rabale, Hyderabad, and Kolkata.
“Sify has pioneered and set high standards in the Indian data centre industry since launching the country’s first concurrently-maintained data centre in September 2000 at the Infotech Park in Vashi, Mumbai,” chairman Raju Vegesna said.