May 17, 2018

Web Werks launches ‘smart data center’ in Mumbai

The launch aims to leverage artificial intelligence to provide data center services to cloud-native businesses in the region.

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Data center company Web Werks have launched a new facility in Mumbai, India in a bid to provide services to cloud-native organizations. With this launch, Web Werks aim to leverage AI (artificial intelligence) capabilities and automated processes to facilitate centralized connectivity and networking.

Web Werks claim that organizations need to manage complex IT environments and AI is one way of addressing this problem. They also believe that their approach of managing IT environments is based on the tenets of predictive analytics and IoT (Internet of Things) capabilities as of now.

With this new ‘smart data center’, Web Werks say that major players in the Indian market will be able to rub shoulders with larger enterprises worldwide. They also claim that in order to meet international standards, they have equipped this facility with state-of-the-art facilities.

Speaking about the advantage provided by this facility, Web Werks claim that the strategy adopted to build this data center will allow organizations to optimize IT operations, manage risks and enhance customer’s ability to respond to business requirements. Speaking about this launch, Nikhil Rathi, Director at Web Werks, commented:

As businesses are growing, they are demanding more from data centers. We need to make use of modern techniques such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) that provide valuable insights to businesses via automation tools and enhanced decision-making skills.

Our customers will see exponential gains in potency and effectiveness.” Smart data center technologies can help reduce the constraints between IT facilities and infrastructure.

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