Alphabet’s Google is strengthening India’s cloud infrastructure with a second cluster of data centers in and around the capital city of New Delhi to meet growing customer demand in key growth markets. Business executives said.
The· Google The cloud region in and around Delhi is the second largest infrastructure in the country for tech giants in the United States and the tenth infrastructure in the Asia Pacific region.
“In India, the demand for Google cloud services is growing significantly, so expanding our footprint in the new cloud region will allow us to provide more growth potential over the years,” said CEO Thomas Kurian. Says. Google CloudHe said at a press conference this week prior to the official announcement on Thursday. “This is our great commitment to investing in capital and infrastructure and is designed to capture the opportunities we see around growth.”
Kurian added that the new infrastructure will provide solutions to problems such as disaster recovery in India and help guarantee low latency to many state-owned enterprises in and around Delhi.
Google doesn’t say how much it has invested in setting up a new cloud facility.
Bikram Singh Bedi, Managing Director of Google Cloud’s India division, said the Indian start-up economy is also helping to drive and accelerate the use of cloud services.
Google is making a big bet on India.Last year it Invest $ 4.5 billion (Approximately Rs. 33,550 Chlore) Jio platform, Petroleum Communications Conglomerate Digital Unit Reliance IndustriesFrom the so-called $ 10 billion (about 74,550 rupees) digitization fund for the country.
In June, Google announced that it would form a partnership with Jio to help India’s largest wireless operator with technology solutions for enterprises and consumers prior to the launch of 5G services.
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