The digital era is witnessing exponential growth in data – so much that it is being referred to as the ‘data era’. This unstoppable growth needs powerful, secure and efficient infrastructure that can keep up with it.
Watch the extended version: Transformation to 3rd Party Datacentres - Trends and Way Forward : Sankara Krishnan, STT GDC India
At the 2018 ChannelWorld Premier100 Awards and Symposium, Sankara Krishnan, Director of Alliance and Channel Sales at ST Telemedia Global Data Centres India elaborates on storage trends and the way forward for businesses, and how ST Telemedia Global Data Centres plans to have a worldwide datacentre footprint.
ST Telemedia Global Data Centres is a part of ST Telemedia group, which has a global footprint of more than 60 datacentres in 4 key markets – India, China, Singapore and UK, said Krishnan.
“Data is becoming the backbone of a digital economy, and compute is pushing the boundaries for datacentres. With IoT, big data, edge computing coming into the picture, the huge amounts of data generated needs robust connectivity and scalable infrastructure
Sankara Krishnan, Director-Alliance & Channel Sales, STT GDC India
In India, the company acquired a 74 percent stake in Tata Communications datacentres – and operates purely in the colocation hosting services space. ST Telemedia Global Data Centres plans to have a worldwide datacentre footprint and provide connectivity to enterprises across the globe.
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“Data is becoming the backbone of a digital economy, and compute is pushing the boundaries for datacentres. With IoT, big data, edge computing coming into the picture, the huge amounts of data generated needs robust connectivity and scalable infrastructure,” said Krishnan.
This exponential growth in data is one of the key factors why customers are considering colocation services rather than using an on premise set-up.
With ST Telemedia Global Data Centres India, customers get to experience the perfect combination of maintenance, regulation, compliance, and energy efficient datacentres. When the operational parameters are taken care of, the customer can focus on his own IT operations, he said.
He also highlighted how businesses are looking to reduce carbon footprint while optimizing operational cost.
“From a datacentre colocation perspective there are several key parameters, which the company excels at – Design architecture, green initiatives, modular approach, and security management,” he pointed out.
The company is currently engaged with channels in India and has already charted plans to grow in the next couple of years. “The time to market – what we can do with a partner is quite impressive. Right from a small power requirement to a huge megawatt kind of requirement. We can scale up to a large deployment within a matter of weeks,” he told the 2018 ChannelWorld Premier100 audience.