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Web Werks launches a Data Center in Delhi NCR

Web Werks, announced the launch of its data center in the Delhi NCR region thus becoming a National player in India. With a capable deployment of up to seventy thousand square feet in floor space, this data center located in the NCR region has a potential of 10 MW and will be capable of 1800 racks with further expansion possibilities.

The new standalone, well equipped, Tier III Uptime Certified data center will support strong demand from local and global enterprises including Government businesses, as well as cloud, carrier, and content providers who are increasingly relying on data center colocation and interconnection services in the National Capital Region. All major Telecom Operators connect into the data center on resilient fiber rings providing a cross-connect for services including internet, MPLS, domestic & international terrestrial data circuits. The data center is equipped with a burstable Internet capacity aggregated from multiple ISP’s and offers OTTs, content hosts and e-commerce organizations a robust, fast and cost-effective infrastructure to service their end-users. This data center is built and designed by IBM and features state of the art Siemens and HID Security Systems making it highly secured along with a 24×7 NOC. It will also act as a disaster recovery zone for the existing Web Werks data centers based in Mumbai and Pune and vice versa.

Speaking at the launch said, “The addition of a new strategically located NCR data center is part of our nationwide expansion to major metro markets. We look forward to not just servicing new customers in North India but also provide a recovery zone to our existing customers of our Mumbai and Pune facilities.”

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