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Web Werks appoints Durgesh Pandey as new Chief Finance Officer (CFO)

Publication: EXPRESS COMPUTER

Web Werks announced the appointment of Durgesh Pandey as its Chief Finance Officer (CFO). In his new role, he will be responsible for the management of all financial processes in India for all the legal entities, partnering in the formulation of the overall organisation strategy & facilitating business growth.

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Nikhil Rathi's standalone Coverage in EPC World

Publication: EPC World

Implementation guidelines for a single-window clearance to fast-track projects for smaller data centers can boost the development of data centers in the underserved markets, says NIKHIL RATHI, CEO and Founder, Web Werks

Web Werks introduces a cloud engineering platform – VMX

Web Werks introduces a cloud engineering platform – VMX

Web Werks has announced the launch of a Cloud-Ready Engineering Platform – Web Werks VMX. The cloud-ready operating model will equip enterprises with future-proof solutions and rich functionality in terms of:

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Web Werks announces $100mn data centre in Bengaluru

As Web Werks expands its presence throughout new Indian metros, the company signs an MoU to build a 20 MW facility in Bengaluru
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Web Werks signs ₹750-cr MoU with Karnataka to set up data centre in Bengaluru

Web Werks signs ₹750-cr MoU with Karnataka to set up data centre in Bengaluru.
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Web Werks to invest Rs 750 crore to set up data centre in Bengaluru

Web Werks has also entered into agreement with the Karnataka government to facilitate required permissions, registrations, approvals, and clearances for the proposed Bengaluru data centre.
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Web Werks expands footprint in South India: Signs MoU with Karnataka govt for 750 cr

This data centre in Bangalore, the IT hub of India will have a potential of up to 20 MW with further expansion possibilities.
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Web Werks expands its footprint in South India: Signs MoU with the Government of Karnataka for ₹750 Cr

Web Werks, one of India’s leading independent data center providers today signed an MoU with the Government of Karnataka to set up a data center in Bangalore. Web Werks will be investing ₹750 crores in the project which will be fully operational in 2 years. This data center in Bangalore, the IT hub of India will have a potential of up to 20 MW with further expansion possibilities. The Government of Karnataka will aid this development through facilitating required permissions, registrations, approvals, and clearances.

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Web Werks signs pact to set up data centre in Karnataka

Web Werks signs pact to set up data centre in Karnataka
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Web Werks signs MoU with the government of Karnataka for $100m Bengaluru data center in India

As part of its $150m deal with Iron Mountain