Bangalore, Oct 27 (UNI) Leading internet and enterprise services provider Sify Limited has set up a third data centre here to meet the needs of its growing clientele both at home and abroad.
Sify CEO and Managing Director Raju Vegesna told newsmen here that the Rs 32 crore data centre was a state-of-the-art Centre confirming to level four global data centre standards. Its other data centres were in Vashi Infotech Park in Mumbai and Tidel Park in Chennai.
Managing Data worldwide is a USD 80 billion and hardly 10 per cent of it had been tapped so far, Mr Vegesna said adding that 25 per cent of the Bangalore Centre capacity would be taken up by Verseon, an innovative life science company functioning out of Silicon Valley. Sify would host and manage part of Verseon's next generation computing infrastructure dedicated to discovery of new medicines.
Currently the three data centres were managing over 250 clients both within the country and abroad. For the Bangalore Centre negotiations were on with few more customers, Mr P K Saji, Vice President-Technology of Sify said.
The Bangalore centre that could support complex environments to provide a robust and secure environment for business to function, confirmed to level four global data centre standards with many advanced multi level security features. it was equipped to provide services ranging from customised mailing solutions, web hosting, managed hosting of customers' servers and collocation of services.
It could also provide disaster recovery and business continuity plans with value added services.
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