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Airtel's Nxtra commences construction of hyper-scale data centre in Kolkata; plans to infuse Rs600 crore

23 Nov 2022 , 09:30 AM

Nxtra Data Limited, a subsidiary of Bharti Airtel, has started construction of its new hyper-scale data centre in Kolkata. The company will invest Rs600 crore in the development of East India’s largest data centre, which will serve the underserved markets of the east and north-east regions, as well as the SAARC countries, and will meet the growing needs of enterprises and global cloud players.

The 25 MW facility will be built in Kolkata’s New Town and will be fully operational by 2024. In keeping with the company’s environmental commitment and goal of reaching net zero by 2031, the new centre will be a green facility that will use clean energy to power its operations, said the company on Tuesday.

When completed, it will be Nxtra’s first large-scale facility in East India, joining its existing 12 large and 120 edge facilities across India. The new facility will strengthen Nxtra’s position as the nation’s largest data centre network.

Nxtra by Airtel is on an expansion rampage, looking to invest Rs5,000 crore over the next four years to triple its capacity to over 400 MW. Already, the company has invested in and collaborated with eight organisations to source more than 180,000 MWh of renewable energy. Nxtra aims to achieve net zero emissions by 2031.

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