Tulip Telecom launches Bengaluru data center

By Telecom
Lead Team:
Tulip Data Center Services has recently launched its Bengaluru Data Center,
Tulip Data City (TDC).


TDC is
Asia’s largest and the world’s third largest Data center.

The Tulip
Data City is a multi-tiered facility built to tier 4 and tier 3
standards.  Large hosted Data Center facilities are multi-tenanted, and
more efficient than smaller facilities, therefore saving huge amounts of power.


This will be
the most green and the most power efficient data center in India. This facility
has an extremely high power utilization efficiency of around 1.5 compared to
the industry average of over 2 and is expected to save close to 35 MW power at
full capacity.


It is spread
across 0.9 million sq.ft. with a seating capacity up to 1500. This facility has
the capacity to house upto 12,000 racks, backed by up to 100 MW of Power. This
facility is equipped with an integrated building management systems, which
ensures management of every component of the data centre to include power,
cooling, security and air-conditioning.


IBM provided
design consultancy
services for overall data center space along with turnkey execution to build
the first phase of the data center.


This data
center by Tulip Telecom is a testimony to our focus on constant innovation and
commitment towards adopting new technologies. Large enterprises and global
leaders are partnering with Tulip progressively through this data center as
they see cost optimization and complete security of their mission critical
data,” said HS Bedi, chairman & managing director, Tulip Telecom.


To fulfill
the expected demand towards this huge potential, Tulip Telecom has built this
data center offering the latest in world class technologies. The launch of this
facility is aligned with Tulip’s vision to become one of the largest players in
the data services space globally.


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