Varanium Cloud, an Indian digital technology company, has announced the launch of its second Edge Data Centre in Kudal, Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, India, under its brand Hydra.
The Edge Data Center, according to the company, is housed inside a shipping container, increasing accessibility while enabling effective data sharing and communication even in the most remote areas of the country. It is made to be small and portable, making it simple to carry to any location in the country.
According to Harshawardhan Sabale, MD, Varanium Cloud Ltd, with the help of technology, information sharing, and communication, Varanium Cloud LLC hopes to close the divide between urban and rural populations.
In addition to facilitating connection and fair development, the container edge data center, according to Sabale, makes it possible for them to carry out their mission to “build the phy-gital ecosystem for the #nextbillion.”
The launch of Varanium Cloud Ltd’s first data edge center in Goa in December was followed by this initiative. Also, the company plans to open a new data center in Mumbai in March 2023
Unknown to the general public, Varinum Cloud is a provider of digital technology that wants to provide users from non-urban agglomerations with extended digital solutions.
The company, which is based in Mumbai, provides a wide range of digital solutions through its subsidiaries. Its main services include Edtech, Edge Data centers for reliable computing SaaS (Software-as-a-Service), and ecommerce-as-a-service (EaaS).