• Bengaluru Data Centers

NTT's Global Data Centers - Bengaluru

Bengaluru, also known as Bangalore, is the capital city in the southern state of Karnataka. The city is known for its technology sector, which incorporates entrepreneurs, startups (particularly FinTechs) as well as domestic and multinational tech companies into a vibrant ecosystem. As a result, there is strong local demand for data center services, which is further augmented by the increased adoption of cloud and hybrid cloud infrastructures by enterprises and greater consumption of digital services by individual end-users. We have two data centers in Bengaluru to meet and exceed client expectations– each one provides highly reliable, scalable, and efficient infrastructure. 

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451 Research recognizes us as leader in India market

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At a glance

At a glance

Experience in India

We have over 20 years of experience in the Indian market and operate 43,000 sqm of mission-critical data center space and an additional 41,400 sqm under development. Currently operating as Netmagic Solutions, a division of NTT Ltd., we provide colocation as well as a full portfolio of technology services and solutions. We were just named by 451 Research as the market leader in the Indian data center market for 2020.

Our growth in India

Serving Bengaluru

We can help clients and provide them with a full range of data center services and more, starting with the planning stage which includes assessment, migration and consolidation all the way through to colocation, dedicated hosting and cloud computing.  We also offer managed services encompassing IT infrastructure monitoring, Remote Hands and security.

 

 

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