From Our Special Correspondent
Daijiworld Media Network
Bengaluru, Oct 22: TeleIndia Networks, a Bengaluru-based end-to-end Telecom Network Solutions Provider, launched a Rs 100 crore Hyperscale Data Centre‘Datasamudra’at the KIADB IT Park in Mahadev Kodigehalli ofJalaHobli, Bengaluru North Taluk- Aerospace Park on Friday.
While speaking after inaugurating the Centre, Dr C N Ashwatha Narayana, Minister for IT/BT, said the project of Rs 100 crore modeled as "On-Demand, On-Requirement" and reportedly the first of its’ kind in the India region will employ over 500 employees to begin with and offer co-location, hosting and cloud services among others.
The State Government would come out with a relevant data policy, the Minister said.
“This center has been set up in line with the DATA RESIDENCY policy of the Union Government envisaging both critical and non-critical data storage has to reside in India is aligned with the ‘Make in India’ and ‘Be Vocal About Local’ national initiatives,” he said.
Mahantesh, MD, TeleIndia said: “The center will have new features of Flexibility, Mobility and Security along with already accepted norms of Availability, Reliability, and Scalability. The additional features enable turning regular Datacenters to Smart Data Centers and ensure providing 24x7 support.”
State-of-the-Art Global Network Operations Center (GNOC) within the campus will provide round-the-clock services for Datasamudra as well value services to the company’s clients, he said.
On the occasion, TeleIndia’s new Corporate Office was also inaugurated by Dr Narayana.
Keshav Reddy, BJP leader of Chikkaballapura, Daisy Chittilapilly, Chairperson, CISCO India, and SAARC, W L Ryan Perera, Vice President and Country Head - Ciena India, Lalit Chowdhary, Chief Technology and Information Officer, Lightstorm Telecom Connectivity were among a few who were present.