Enterprise cloud services provider Oracle, which has been bullish on growth in the Indian market, set up a data centre in Mumbai late last year and expects to soon establish a second one in Hyderabad.
The Redwood Shores, California headquartered company caters to the banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), telecom and manufacturing sectors. The company is particularly optimistic about its growth here once the data localisation regulations come into force.
In a recent interview with TechCircle, Akshay Aggarwal, director for cloud platforms at Oracle India, said, "Oracle is making all the right investments to ensure that any kind of data localisation within the region is taken care of.”
Aggarwal has over two decades of experience in the IT software product and services industry in India, Asia Pacific and the US.