CtrlS Data Centre by CtrlS Datacenters Limited at Guwahati

Keya Desai May 09, 2022 0

CtrlS Data Centre is planned by CtrlS Datacenters Limited, a privately held company. Data Centres provide computing facilities and networking equipment are located and centralized. They collect, store, process, and distribute large amounts of data. They are also responsible for data backup and recovery, as well as networking. These centres also host websites, manage e-mails and instant messaging services. They support cloud storage applications and e-commerce transactions.

Project Specifications

The project site is at Guwahati in Assam and spreads over a land area of 3 acres. CtrlS Datacenters Limited has laid the foundation stone of the data centre at Tech City Park in Guwahati, North-East India. The building will have an initial capacity of around 1,000 racks and expanded to house more than 2,000 racks over the next 12-18 months.

DEVELOPERCtrlS Datacenters Limited
LOCATIONGuwahati, Assam
PLOT AREA3 acres
PROJECT TYPEPrivate Project
BUILDING USE   Data Centre

CtrlS Datacenters Limited

CtrlS Datacenters Limited was established in October 2007. At CtrlS, nothing is of greater importance to them than keeping their clients’ applications online and the clients’ data secure. Their commitment to taking total ownership of projects has resulted in an enviable client portfolio, featuring some of the most renowned brands in Indian industry. CtrlS is also the first choice for young entrepreneurs whose Cloud software needs secure, continual hosting.

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