CtrlS Datacenters Limited, Asia’s Largest Rated-4 Datacenter provider, intends to reach a number of promising regions in Southeast Asia and the Middle East in order to create a connected future that benefits enterprise clients and hyperscalers globally.
According to a press release from the IT company, the company is aggressively looking into opportunities in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam to assist its key technology customers in scaling up with ease and generating synergies and efficiencies.
CtrlS Datacenters Limited, which started operations in 2007, now manages eight data centers distributed across one million square feet of space in India’s key technology hubs of Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Bangalore, and Hyderabad.
The company already has a presence in a number of these markets through its group company, Cloud4C, which provides agility while leveraging local emphasis and enables it to react more quickly to regional consumer needs and changing market expectations.
According to Sridhar Pinnapureddy, Chairman, CtrlS Datacenters Limited, with data explosion, data centers are at the center of the digital data explosion, data centers are at the center of the digital transformation. They will foray into these markets in a phased manner, and may enter into strategic ties with local partners wherever relevant.
“We want to create world-class datacenter assets both in India and overseas. Our global data centers will have a capacity in the range of 10 MW-50 MW,” said Sridhar Pinnapureddy,
Moreover, according to Royce Thomas, CtrlS President & Chief Business Officer, Southeast Asia and Middle East have emerged as their priority markets as digitalization is at its peak here. Several enterprises in these markets have drawn up their digital transformation roadmap, and CtrlS will enable them in their path.