Bharti Airtel’s data center subsidiary Nxtra Data Limited on Tuesday announced that it will set up two new data center campuses in Mumbai and Pune.
The company, which already has two large data centres in Maharashtra, in addition to Edge data centres across Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Nagpur and Kolhapur, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Maharashtra government for the new campuses.
Recently, the Caryle Group through its entities announced an investment of $235 million for a 25% stake in Nxtra at a post-money valuation of $1.2 billion. “Nxtra will use the proceeds from this transaction to continue scaling up its infrastructure and offerings across India,” the company said.
Nxtra currently has a portfolio of 10 large data centres and more than 120 Edge data centres providing customers with co-location services, cloud infrastructure, managed hosting, data backup, disaster recovery, and remote infrastructure management.
“We are on a mission to support the growth of India’s digital ecosystem with state-of-the-art and highly secure data center infrastructure,” said Rajesh Tapadia, CEO, Nxtra Data. “We are delighted to add to our footprint in Maharashtra as part of our nationwide expansion plans to serve the evolving requirements of digital India.”