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ESDS launches cloud data centre in Mumbai

Rajesh Kurup Mumbai | Updated on January 20, 2018 Published on April 09, 2016

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis inaugurating the ESDS data centre at Mahape, Navi Mumbai.

Exuberant Support for Data Services (ESDS), a managed cloud service provider, has launched its second data centre in Mahape, Navi Mumbai.

This uptime institute certified data centre is part of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) inked with the Government of Maharashtra with Rs 200 crore investment. Additionally, the company aims to create 500 employment opportunities across its centres by 2017-18..

“Maharashtra has always been among the leading destinations providing quality infrastructure to companies and creating employment opportunities, especially in the IT sectors. Additionally, the country needs innovative technology solutions like the ESDS patented cloud and data centres to accelerate businesses in today’s digital economy,” said Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

Additionally, the company also introduced its new product, eNlight 360, an on-premise hybrid cloud platform. This equips ESDS to offer large enterprises and SMEs with an auto-scalable and pay-per-consumer cloud hosting solution that delivers always available and highly reliable roll-out of SaaS, PaaS & IaaS based portfolio.

Spread over a sprawling 80,000 sq ft, the cloud data centre will offer private cloud and eNlight Public cloud hosting for customers.

“Our new cloud data centre and eNlight 360 on-premise hybrid cloud platform is a true testimony of our commitment to constantly innovate and raise industry benchmarks. Empowered with India’s only patented eNlight cloud, we are best poised to be the strategic partner fulfilling modern business demands for highly reliable, available and easily scalable IT infrastructure requirements,” Piyush Somani, CEO & MD, ESDS, said.

With this launch, ESDS’ total data centre footprint will rise to 1 lakh sq ft floor space across Mumbai and Nashik.

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Published on April 09, 2016
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