Inspiring a tectonic shift in India’s digital transformation story with world-class data center parks, Yotta, Mumbai-based Hiranandani Group’s data centre arm, launched North India’s mission to new heights with Yotta D1 datacenter – North India’s first hyperscale data center at Yotta’ Greater Noida Data Center Campus on 31 October 2022. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inaugurated Yotta D1 in the presence of leading IT leader and government officials.
During the event, Yotta revealed ideas to spend ₹39,000 crore to create data center and IT service infrastructure in Uttar Pradesh over the coming seven years.
Hyperscale data centers are big units that keep tens of thousands of servers and handle critical network functions and compute for businesses. Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud and Microsoft’s Azure top the business in the country and globally.
Speaking at the event, Sunil Gupta, Co-Founder and CEO, Yotta Infrastructure said that each data centre will cost ₹6,500 crore. The dedicated venture capital is for six data centres. We have even now started work for D2 and DE which shall be ready in 12-15 months.
Yotta Infrastructure is a division of Mumbai-based Hiranandani Group which is developing three data centres in Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida. Work on the 20-acre data centre started in January 2021 after the administration had designated the land to the firm in 2020.