Yotta Infrastructure has laid the foundation of 20-acre Delhi-NCR data centre park in Greater Noida on Monday. Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath was virtually present during the unveiling.
As per the communiqué, the data centre park will have six interconnected data center buildings, that will be offering around 30,000 racks capacity and need 200 MW of power run. Representative
The firm had earlier shared the plans of investing around Rs 6,000-Rs 7,000 crore in this facility. “I am pleased that the first data centre park of Uttar Pradesh is coming up in Greater Noida and I congratulate the Hiranandani Group and Yotta on this auspicious occasion.
“The Hiranandani Group has demonstrated their vision of building a data centre park in UP even before we have formally launched our Data Center Policy and UP’s first data centre park will unlock a lot of possibilities, which will play a key role in realising the PM’s Digital India vision,” Adityanath said in a statement. The park will consist of six interconnected data centre buildings, which will offer 30,000 racks capacity and require 200 MW of power.
“Our biggest success is in creating an environment through our Business Reform Action Plan, where new investors coming to UP feel assured. UP government has moved up in the ease of doing business ranking over the past few years and is at number two in the country today. Our government and administration will extend all support, during and after the construction of this data centre park,” Adityanath said.
In July this Year, Yotta had launched the world’s 2nd largest Tier IV datacenter in its Navi Mumbai Datacenter park.
Uttar Pradesh Cabinet Minister for Industrial Development Satish Mahana, Hiranandani Group founder and chairman Niranjan Hiranandani and Group CEO Darshan Hiranandani also attended the ceremony virtually.