Commenting on the launch, Kamal Nath, CEO, Sify Technologies, said, “Sify is emerging as an ICT Solutions and Services company with a strong focus on Cloud and Managed Services. Our Data Centre strategy is the epicenter of our transformation story. In the past 12 years, we have built 5 Data Centres, 6 State Data Centres and have recently connected over 36 Data Centres across India with our high-capacity data network. Sify has invested around $200m in building Network and Data Centre capabilities over the last 5 years. The Noida Data Centre is an important milestone in our journey to becoming a strategic ICT partner to our clients.”
Thomas Baehr, Senior Director of Business Development, Uptime Institute, had this to add, “We are pleased to certify that Sify’s fifth Data Center at Noida, has been awarded Tier III Certification of Design Documents by the Uptime Institute. The DC Design adheres to every one of our stringent criteria for data center infrastructure for the business community. In working with Sify, a domain leader in the DC space in India, we developed an appreciation of their commitment to customer’s demands and foresight about the market while seeking Tier Certification of Design Documents.”
About Sify Technologies
Sify is among the largest integrated ICT Solutions and Services companies in India, offering end-to-end solutions with a comprehensive range of products delivered over a common telecom data network infrastructure reaching more than 1100 cities and towns in India. This telecom network today connects 36 Data Centres across India in addition to Sify’s own 5 Tier III Data Centres across the cities of Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi and Bengalurru.A significant part of the company’s revenue is derived from Enterprise Services; the different businesses units being Telecom, Data Center, Telecom Integration services, Cloud and Managed services and Application services. A varied product portfolio at multiple price points allows Sify to also cater to the burgeoning demands of the SMB/SOHO community and the retail consumer; much of it on the cloud platform.