Prasa, a data centre infrastructure solutions and services provider in India has won 4 projects.
The ISO 9001 – 2015 certified company, has won 3 Projects in Bangalore (Karnataka) and 1 project in Mumbai (Maharashtra) in the First Quarter (April- June).
“All 4 projects amounting to approximately 49 Cr. We wish to take this opportunity to thank all our prestigious customers for showing faith in PRASA and allowing us to offer our Data Center design-build services,” the company said.
Further Prasa added that it plans on serving a diverse vertical of applications in these for projects, right from one of India’s largest animation & gaming render farm, one of India’s leading Oil & gas organization, another being India’s most decorated and globally acclaimed educational institute, to one of India’s reputed Stock exchange.
Every genre of business has a different need of design and implementation in their own captive Data Center. PRASA with its deep technical and design expertise has ensured to cater to each customer’s demand and the project works are in full swing to be completed in this calendar year itself.
Recently, the Tamil Nadu government had signed memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with Singapore-based CapitaLand and WebWerks for Rs 1,900 crore, to set up two data centres in Ambattur. The MoUs were signed at an investment conclave in the presence of Chief Minister MK Stalin.
Mumbai is expected to be the leading DC hub in the country, according to a report by JLL, Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated.
The report titled ‘2020 India Data Center Market Update’, Mumbai with 199 MW IT load is the leading data centre hub of the country with nine internet cable landing and assured power supply makes it a preferred location.
The city is expected to add 330 MW during 2021-23 and Navi Mumbai is expected to account for 83 percent of capacity additions in Mumbai.