Bharti Airtel Nxtra data center network in Chennai

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New Large Airtel Nxtra data center announces in Chennai: With the announcement of the new large data center, Nxtra by Airtel now operates the nation's largest data center network, which includes 120 small data centers and 11 hyper-scale centers.


Synopsis

  • As the arrival of 5G is not far off, the demand for data centers will increase rapidly.
  • Airtel's Nxtra announced the launch of a large new data center in Chennai.
  • The company seeks to invest in green energy sources so that at least 50% of its operations are run on renewable energy sources.


New Large Bharti Airtel Nxtra data center network launched in Chennai Tamilnadu. It is noted that launching of Airtel Nxtra data center indicates for Airtel's third major data center in Chennai. It is a 38 MW LEED certified hyperscale facility spread over 270,000 square feet. 

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According to a company statement, the new state-of-the-art facility is integrated with Airtel's global submarine cable network. It will help Airtel's Nxtra provide a secure end-to-end connectivity solution for hyperscalers.

Chennai to become a regional data center hub for South Asia

Ajay Chitkara, director and CEO of Airtel Business, said that Chennai, thanks to its strategic location and access to cable landing stations, has the opportunity and potential to become the regional hub of data centers for the South Asia. Chitkara noted that Airtel's Nxtra is already serving large global Indian customers from Chennai and said Nxtra will continue to invest in the city to expand its operations there. Chitkara also thanked the state government for making use of a favorable environment and infrastructure support to do business.

With the announcement of the new large data center, Nxtra by Airtel now operates the nation's largest data center network, which includes 120 small data centers and 11 hyperscale centers.

As the arrival of 5G is not far off, the demand for data centers will increase rapidly. More and more companies and platforms are looking to go online, which will require a strong data center network across India. To meet the growing demand for data centers in India, Airtel's Nxtra has promised it will invest more than 5,000 crore rupees in 2025 to triple its capacity to over 400 MW. In addition, the company seeks to invest in green energy sources so that at least 50% of its operations are done with renewable energy sources.

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