Iron Mountain will be majority stakeholder in the venture, deal will allow Web Werks to speed up expansion across Indian cities and build capacity
Businesses that can shift data and information to technological and digital platforms will be the only ones to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. While smaller start-ups are swiftly finding workarounds, in some businesses, such as banking, financial services, or firms that deal with critical data, it might be almost impossible to make teams work remotely all of a sudden.
A look at edge data centers -- a new kind of data storage network that is highly localised -- and their significance in the modern business environment.
Publication: CRN India
Nikhil Rathi, President and CEO, Web Werks India explains how the company’s investments into data center and infrastructure for Co-location and Cloud is helping it to meet the most demanding requirements f
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Data centres have been in the limelight over the past two years, since the intensifying of conversation around locally storing data of Indian users
Collecting data, processing it and finally culling it to fuel your business decisions is imperative at a day and age where technology is omnipresent. And hence, the next obvious question that every business needs to ask is, ‘where are we storing our data?'
Web Werks, a leader in Indian Data Centers and Cloud Services, today announced the launch of its data center in the Delhi NCR region thus becoming a National player in India. With a capable deployment of up to seventy thousand square feet in floor space, this data center located in the NCR region has a potential of 10 MW and will be capable of 1800 racks with further expansion possibilities