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Bangalore Cloud & Datacenter Show Returns July 2023
Data centres are turning out to be the new reservoirs of the states. Policy measures, a growing client base, and expanding corporate data storage requirements are all propelling India to become the “next destination” for data centres. DC operators should expect a surge in demand for data centre space as digital consumption habits such as online gaming, online education, streaming, e-commerce, and total internet hits expand. As the customer base for data consumption in these many industries grows, the need for new data centres grows as well. In the coming years, technology and automation will play a crucial role in the growing demand for DCS.
Bangalore is renowned as India’s Silicon Valley, with an estimated GDP of more than US$110 billion. One-third of India’s IT exports come from the city, and its IT and data centre infrastructure is secure, intelligent, and scalable. Bangalore is a developed and prosperous city that is known for being the birthplace of information technology. Many great answers already cover most of the points as to why Bengaluru became the biggest IT hub in India. Though the rise in DCs in other Indian states has impacted the state’s DC ecosystem, Banglore’s data centres still play a very imperative role in uplifting the country’s IT ecosystem. Post COVID-19, as India is going through some profound changes in incentivising DCs and are transforming the country’s entrepreneurial set-up, one of the country’s most sought-after afters state should also undergo a transformation – the data centres of the future should be built today!
Join us at the Bangalore cloud & Data Centre Convention where thought leaders discuss how to leverage the existing and upcoming network of data centre infrastructure, cloud computing, a disaster data recovery centre, and a lot more.
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