Colt Data Centre Services (DCS) has opened its first facility in India, the Navi Mumbai data centre.
“The first phase of the Mumbai data centre has commenced with 22 MW and an available capacity of 18 MW of IT power capacity. Further, we have aggressive plans to expand into major cities across India to cater to growing market demand,” said Pratap Mane, Country Head of India at Colt DCS.
The facility is capable of supporting a total capacity of 120 MW, and features a scalable design to facilitate emerging technologies such as generative AI and high performance computing. The data centre also utilises a 220kV GIS on-site substation with LILO configuration and has achieved a “Platinum”rating from the IGBC – Green Data Centre (India Green Building Council).
“Colt DCS’ entry into the Indian market reaffirms our commitment to become the leading customer-centric data centre operator in the industry,” said Niclas Sanfridsson, CEO Colt DCS.
“Our innovative and sustainable approach, coupled with our dedication to safety and reliability, positions Colt DCS as the partner of choice for hyperscale cloud service providers and enterprises expanding their reach in India. Our strategic expansion is only set to continue with new sites expected across the country as we look to provide high quality data centre services.”