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Pi Datacentres to invest Rs. 600 crore at Mangalagiri

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Pi Datacentres Private Limited on Wednesday announce the launch of its best state-of-the-art data centre  Mangalagiri to serve venture organizations the nation over and abroad with co-area and cloud administration offerings.

The data center will be a greenfield office inherent more than five lakh square feet and will offer direct occupation to more than 300 people and aberrant work to more than 2,000 people. Being set up an expense of Rs. 600 crore, it will be South India’s first level 4 confirmed server farm.


“The government has endorsed 10 sections of land, other than guaranteeing to secure a restrictive sub-station for committed power supply, four-path street access and different offices,” said Kalyan Muppaneni, author and CEO of Pi Datacentres Private Limited.

The office will be outfitted with 5,000 server racks, and every rack will handle 42 server units. Development works will start in two months, and operations are prone to begin in April one year from now.

There is a considerable measure of void in offering quality server farm administration to organizations both in the nation and abroad, and the emphasis will be on conveying solid, secure and committed administration to customers, Muppaneni clarified.

Mr. Muppaneni, a local of Vijayawada, guaranteed that financial specialists ran from United States, United Kingdom, Japan and Taiwan and said the organization would try for open issue before the end of 2018.


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