Yotta Yotta D1, North India’s first hyperscale data centre, was unveiled by UP CM Yogi Adityanath today. It was built for Rs. 5,000 crores and spans 3,00,000 square feet at the upcoming Data Centre Park in Greater Noida.
Hyder Scale Data Centre Highlights
- Yotta Yotta D1 is North India’s first hyper-scale data centre.
- It has been built at the cost of Rs. 5,000 crores and is spread over an area of 3,00,000 square feet.
- Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath said that it gives momentum to PM Modi’s Digital India movement.
On this opening occasion, an MoU worth Rs. 39,000 crores was signed between the Yogi Adityanath Government and the Hiranandani Group to be spent on projects over the next 5 years.
CM Yogi Adityanath expressed his delight at the event of North India’s first data centre, which he believes will help PM Modi’s Digital India initiative in the country.
Importance Of Hyder Scale Data Centre
- The establishment will increase India’s data storage capacity, which earlier stood at 2% even though we had 1.5 billion mobile phones and 650 million internet users, accounting for 20% of the world’s data.
- Hiranandani Group’s Data Centre Park, which spans 20 acres, will house 6 data centres.
- This episode includes the newly opened seven-story Yotta D1.
- Designed in accordance with international quality standards, this exclusive data centre provides direct fibre connectivity to all major telecom operators via 4 different routes.
- The Yotta D1 supports internet peering exchanges as well as direct fibre connectivity to and from global cloud providers.
- It is extremely useful for global connectivity as a result.
- Yotta D1 will also be the first pillar of the 5G revolution in North India.
It is to be noted that the set-up of the Data Center Policy was notified in 2021, officially. The work of setting up 4 data centre parks is currently underway under the UP state government’s policy, with a total investment of more than Rs. 15,950 crores.
For this, the state government has not only simplified the land allotment process in the new Data Centre Policy, but it has also taken care of the needs of investors in every aspect of infrastructure, including the availability of electricity.