Yotta NMI: Largest Data Centre In Asia Goes Live In Navi-Mumbai

Yotta NMI: Largest Data Centre In Asia Goes Live In Navi-Mumbai

The biggest data centre in India now exists in Navi Mumbai. Yotta NMI is the largest data centre facility in India. It is also the largest Tier IV Data Center in Asia and the second biggest data centre in the world with Uptime Institute certification.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray; Ravi Shankar Prasad, Hon. Minister for Communications, Electronics; Information Technology and Law; Justice, Govt. of India and Subhash Desai, Hon. Minister of Industries and Mining, Govt. of Maharashtra was also a part of the launch.

Our control of key input capital, vast economies of the scene with our land bank, captive green energy development and distribution capacity and unrivalled know-how and experience in the field of data centre architecture, engineering, building and operation are what makes the Yotta NMI story special, Dr Niranjan Hiranandani, MD and co-founder at Hiranandani Group, says. This Data centre is a leader in the field of productivity and sustainability, and not just in terms of capacity and cost.

“The Center provides the most effective power on the market – not just the lowest power consumption level, but also an efficient power use or PUE that is a global benchmark for the tropics,” says Darshan Hiranandani, Group CEO – Hiranandani Group.

As a leading market leader also needs to accelerate the curve, and Hiranandani Group has ideally paced it when it comes to diversifying into the data centre field, MD and co-founder.

For a better-known building developer who has integrated cities to venture into traditional data centre space in mid-2019, it was perhaps a timely story and the right combination of technology that made the project ready for the future. The COVID-19 pandemic originally saw an influx in end-users from various areas such as e-commerce, online banking, entertainment, education and OTT. The first move was to construct and leased buildings into companies to store their data.

Phase zero (0) is called the initial stage. The plan to migrate on-site to renewable energy and gas-based combined heat and power generation will provide cool water with the most efficient cost structure possible and will reduce the PUE figures in Indian weather conditions to 1.2 – once again unheards. However, the strategy will not end there; today ‘s facilities require the construction of renewables, both offsite by solar power and wind combined with on-site Hydrogen-based cogeneration and fuel cells, which will be ready for renewable energy in future.

The distinctive aspect of Yotta ‘s past is the Hiranandani group’s control of all main sources of supply, huge economies of magnitude with our own land bank and unparalleled knowledge and experience in the fields of architecture, engineering, building, and activity in the form of green energy.

Data centres are an Indian ‘sunrise’ segment that shows potential for quick growth. The high demand for data centres also drive sectors such as BFSI, logistics, transport, e-commerce, media and entertainment as well as government agencies.

For the Yotta team, the formal opening round is to undertake negotiations with a large number of potential customers as soon as the locking is genuinely lifted and the Indian economy is ‘normalized’ again.

Yotta NMI: Largest Data Centre In Asia Goes Live In Navi-Mumbai

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