Information Technology (IT) services company Happiest Minds on Wednesday announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with managed data centre provider Yotta Infrastructure.
With the agreement, the companies will jointly offer colocation services and Yotta’s cloud solutions on the ‘anything-as-a-service’ model as part of Happiest Minds portfolio.
Yotta’s entire range of enterprise IT services and a full array of managed services for SAP, IT Management, IT Security, Network and Connectivity, High-Performance Computing as a Service, Cloud-hosted Desktop-as-a-Service, GPU powered workstations, and many more emerging solutions on the self-service pay-as-you-consume model will be made available by Happiest Minds.
Colocation services, in the data centre industry space, include data centre or other related computing hardware that are provided on rent to businesses.
“With the growing demand of data centre services and cloud adoption, this partnership is imperative to enhance our strong portfolio of Cloud Infrastructure services further. Yotta Infrastructure, since its inception, has already shown exemplary growth, and Happiest Minds is thrilled to partner with them on this transformational journey,” Girish Chandangoudar, VP, head of infrastructure, Happiest Minds Technologies, said in a statement.
The joint venture will enable Happiest Minds Technologies to deliver scalable, flexible, and quality data centre and cloud services.
“Happiest Minds is a leading digital transformation company and makes an addition to our list of growing partners. Yotta is delighted to work with Happiest Minds,” Bhavesh Adhia, head of partner ecosystem, Yotta Infrastructure, said.
Within two years of its launch, Yotta announced its hyperscale data centre parks across India. Its first facility in Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, is world’s second largest and Asia’s largest Uptime Institute certified Tier IV data center and is operational since 2020.
Last week, Happiest Minds completed a digital transformation project for Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, enabling it to streamline its order management using RPA (robotic process automation) in Microsoft Power Automate.