As a market leader in India for colocation services with the largest footprint of data centres in the country, we currently manage India’s largest raised floor area and critical IT load with 15 facilities across 8 cities, together with carrier-dense interconnections. Operating since 2004, we have a staff of over 1100 skilled professionals involved in design, build and operations serving over 1,400 customers including many Fortune 500 companies today. Find out more about our data centres in India here.
Delhi, the capital city of India, serves as the commercial capital of North India and also a major e-commerce hub. The city is also home to ministries and departments associated with the Government of India and also serves as the headquarters of the public sector undertaking companies. 50% of the Fortune 500 companies have set up offices in and around Delhi. STT GDC has 3 data centres located in Delhi with approximately 88,000 sqft of space, including the only enterprise-grade data centre in the city.
Mumbai, is the financial and commercial capital of India where all major financial companies are headquartered here. The city also houses the National Stock Exchange and India’s central banking institution the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). STT GDC has three Data Centres in the city with total area of around 304,000 sqf and are situated in prominent CBD’s of Mumbai that have emerged as strategic focal points, thus meeting requirements of key businesses.
With prominent IT and ITeS companies based in the city, Pune has emerged as important global delivery centre for key IT and BFSI players and a major investment destination in India. The city is also a major automotive hub in India. With Mumbai in less than 100 miles away, Pune serves as a sister location to the city and offers diverse network connectivity.
Known as the Silicon Valley of India, Bengaluru, the capital city of Karnataka is India’s leading IT exporter. It is also called as the start-up capital of India with the largest number of start-ups based in the city. The city hosts leading IT companies and serves as the R&D base for global technology companies. While the city also has the highest number of Software professionals in the world, Bengaluru is the base for nearly half of the all biotechnology companies in India. Currently, STT GDC has 2 data centres in the city spread over approximately 105,000 sqft.
Chennai, as the capital city of Tamil Nadu, serves as the biggest gateway for data traffic into and from India after Mumbai. The cable systems having landing stations connecting to the eastern world. Also called as the Detroit of India, leading industries like software services, petrochemicals, financial services, textiles and hardware manufacturing are also fuelling the growth of the city. STT GDC currently operates 2 data centres in the city, spread over 390,000 sqft.
Gujarat International Finance Tec-City or GIFT is a central business district between Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar in the Indian state of Gujarat. GIFT is conceptualised as a global financial and IT services hub, designed to be at par with globally benchmarked financial centres in Tokyo, Shanghai, Paris and London. GIFT aspires to cater to India’s large financial services potential by offering global firms world-class infrastructure and facilities. STT GDC has exclusive rights to provide colocation services in GIFT.
Kolkata is one of the original four metros of India and the largest commercial city in the eastern part of the country. Being a historical city, Kolkata is home to numerous palaces, monuments and temples bearing architectural significance, including India’s oldest Port. With around 15,000 sqft of area, STT GDC has the only enterprise-grade data centre in the city, catering to wide range of business enterprises. The data centre is both scalable and resilient to demand, while resources can be adjusted as per requirements.
A cosmopolitan city known for its assimilative cultural ethos, Hyderabad, the state capital of Telangana, IS home to four out of the world's five most valued tech companies. The information and communication technology (ICT) industry has transformed the image of Hyderabad from a manufacturing and research hub to that of a global services destination. In a location least prone to natural calamities, the city has emerged as favourable destination for disaster recovery where STT GDC has a Rated-3 facility within the hi-tech city.