With an investment of 39,000 crore, the Hiranandani Group intends to increase the operating reach of Yotta Infrastructure, its data centre business, in Greater Noida. The UP chief minister has already officially opened the center’s first phase. The company’s additional investment will be used to build the campus for the data centre, buy hardware for Yotta and its clients, and establish the IT infrastructure. The state government set a goal of 20,000 crore in investments in the state over five years when it announced a data centre strategy last year, but it reached that goal in just one year. By 2025, it is anticipated that India will have invested more than $20 billion in data centres. The state has proposed to build 600 MW data centres from several enterprises. Yotta D1, the first of six data centre buildings in the Yotta Greater Noida Data Center Park, was constructed for about Rs. 1,500 crore. It took 20 months from construction to operationalization. Yotta D1 would receive an extra 5,000 crore in IT equipment investment once it is fully operational. The state has expedited the building of more structures while keeping in mind the rising demand.
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