Princeton Digital Group (PDG ) has announced that it has completed the plinth of its Mumbai Data centre (Phase 1) ahead of schedule.
“We are delighted to share that we have successfully completed the plinth of MU1 phase 1 ahead of schedule. In addition, associated critical infrastructure such as the on-site 220 kV substation, High Speed Diesel yard, Optical Fiber Cable trenches and Diesel Generation buildings are all progressing at pace,” the company said in a LinkedIn post.
Our clients value our ability to deliver every stage of our DC projects on time – and at PDG, this is a critical area of focus for us. We are very proud of our track record and the trust our customers place on us, the post added. Designed to be a carrier-neutral Tier 3 data centre, we are well-positioned to provide world-class services to hyperscalers and enterprises in the Indian market.
PDG’s 48 MW MU1 data center is located in Airoli, Navi Mumbai – Mumbai and India’s key data centre hub. MU1 is our flagship campus in India with 2 data centre buildings of 24 MW each. At the time of the launch announcement, PDG had said that this data centre in Navi Mumbai will be spread across two buildings and be ready by 2022.
This new campus is designed to serve internet and cloud companies including leading hyperscalers in Mumbai. Mumbai’s data centre market is estimated to reach a CAGR of 22 per cent for the period 2017-2023.
“As the largest data centre market in India, Mumbai houses 31 per cent of the nation’s colocation footprint even as providers move further inland through Navi Mumbai which is considered a submarket of Mumbai.” Dan Thompson, Principal Research Analyst, Datacenter Services & Infrastructure for 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence.