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Nxtra by Airtel launches new 38 MW hyperscale data centre in Chennai

Tuesday, 23 Nov 2021
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Nxtra by Airtel, the data centre subsidiary of Bharti Airtel, launched its new hyperscale data centre park in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

The state-of-the-art facility was unveiled digitally by Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu M K Stalin.

This is Nxtra by Airtel’s third large data centre in Chennai. The 38 MW LEED certified facility is spread over 2,70,000 sq ft. 

A key highlight of Airtel’s new data centre is that it is fully integrated with Airtel’s global submarine cable network, thereby providing an end-to-end secure connectivity solution to hyperscalers.

It now operates the largest network of data centres in India with 11 hyperscale and 120 edge data centres and manages critical submarine landing stations.

The Indian data centre industry is expected more than double its installed capacity from an approximate 450 MW to 1,074 MW by 2023.

To serve this large demand, Nxtra will invest Rs 5,000 crore by 2025 to increase its capacity by three times to over 400 MW. 

This will include setting up hyperscale data centre parks in key metro cities.

Nxtra by Airtel is already scaling up the use of green energy for its data centres and aims to source 50 percent of the power requirements of these centres through renewable sources as part of Airtel’s overall GHG emission reduction targets.


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