Web Werks will open its new data centre in Bengaluru for which it has already acquired a building, it said in a statement.
The 110,000 square feet of co-location space supported by a power capacity of up to 20 Mega Volt Amp (MVA) with an expected IT load of up to 10MW will come at Whitefield in Bengaluru, the company said.
It will be the company’s first data centre in the southern part of the country. The first phase of delivery is expected to be completed by Q4 2022, as revealed by the independent data centre provider.
Nikhil Rathi, CEO, Web Werks data centres, said, “The Bengaluru data centre will cater to the increasing demand for Enterprise and Edge data centres. The facility will serve as an excellent hub for hosting, colocation, cloud on-ramp, storage, and network needs of businesses in the Southern India region, while also serving as a disaster recovery facility for enterprises across the world.”
Web Werks, which entered into a joint venture with Iron Mountain Data Centers, had later signed an MoU with the Government of Karnataka to set up a facility in Bengaluru. At that time, it was revealed that the centre will be spread across 1.25 lakh square feet and have a potential of up to 20 MW with further expansion possibilities.