July 26, 2018

NTT Communication’s Netmagic expands datacenter prowess in India

The expansion aims to provide marquee customers with multi-cloud, dedicated and co-location infrastructure to increase NTT’s data center capacity by 70%.

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IT giant NTT Communication’s SBU Netmagic is all set to expand its data center prowess in India. By launching two new hybrid facilities in Mumbai and Banglore, Netmagic will be providing managed co-location, dedicated hosting, multi-cloud, IT infrastructure monitoring, managed security, disaster recovery as well as app hosting services to niche and marquee customers in the region.

NTT say that they have always envisioned extending the world-class standards of their data centers in India. They claim that the massive rate of cloud adoption, hybrid infrastructure and security applications were the prime reasons for strengthening NTT’s data center operations in India.

By launching two new data centers that offer 7200 sq.mt and 5700 sq.mt of server room in Mumbai and Bengaluru respectively, NTT say that they will be able to entice high-end clients to the facilities. They believe that these customers demand IT environments that combine security and reliability for everyday tasks with the flexibility and agility of AI (Artificial Intelligence), IoT (Internet of things) and fintech technologies.

Takanobu Maeda, Senior Vice President Global Business, Member of the Board, NTT Communications Corporation, commented:

These new datacenters in Mumbai and Bangalore reflect the added advantage of Netmagic’s operational excellence in Managed Services.

These facilities are a part of our Nexcenter brand of Global datacenter services providing end-to-end ICT solutions combining datacenter/cloud, network and managed services, thereby, capitalizing on the trend of enterprises’ migrating their on-premise systems to the cloud.

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