World’s Third largest data center In Bangalore to be powered by TulipTelecom

By January 18th, 2011 AT 6:04 PM

World's Third largest data center In Bangalore to be powered by TulipTelecomTulip Telecom Limited today announced the acquisition of a Data Center facility in Bengaluru by acquiring SADA IT Parks Private Limited thus powering a facility to become India’s largest and World’s third largest single site Data Center’ .

Commenting on the acquisition, Sanjay Jain, CEO, Tulip Telecom Ltd. said, “I am very pleased to announce the acquisition of our 5th Data Center for our domestic and international customers.Our new Data Center will help meet the rising customer requirements for Co-location, Managed Hosting & Data Storage and a suite of other complementary services including Managed Security Services and storage requirements of our customers from across the globe.

This, we believe will provide further impetus towards strengthening our foothold in the Enterprise Data Services market place.”He further added, “The launch of this Data Center endorses Tulip’s commitment to its Domestic and Overseas customers to support their business needs while providing end-to-end solution for Connectivity, Managed and Data Center Services.”

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Wish one DC could come up in Kolkata too…



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