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GPX Global Systems opens data centre in Mumbai

The new data centre, GPX Mumbai2, will expand this ecosystem by utilising new technologies to enhance the proven design and electrical-mechanical architectures of Mumbai1.

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Updated: Dec 11, 2019, 11.55 AM IST
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The new data centre is a standalone next-generation, Tier 4 certified facility with 16MW of power.
PUNE: GPX Global Systems, a provider of carrier-neutral edge data centre services in Africa and South Asia, has opened its second data centre in Mumbai. This takes GPX’s total equipped space in the Mumbai metro region to 105,000 square feet.

GPX Mumbai1 hosts 12 telecom companies, more than 120 internet service providers, 4 internet exchanges, 8 cloud service providers, along with all the leading global CDNs and content providers (OTTs). The new data centre, GPX Mumbai2, will expand this ecosystem by utilising new technologies to enhance the proven design and electrical-mechanical architectures of Mumbai1.

Nick Tanzi, President & CEO, GPX Global Systems, said: "GPX is expanding its critical role in supporting digital transformation in India, where interconnectivity is key, by creating infrastructure which is helping to bring content closer to the Indian population and improving the quality of internet services. GPX Mumbai2 provides expansion for our existing customers, and ample space for new customers to join the largest internet and cloud ecosystem in India.”

The new data centre is a standalone next-generation, Tier 4 certified facility with 16MW of power. Support for high power density applications, 52U cabinets, rich interconnectivity, and power system efficiency are an integral part of the data centre. Both the data centres are interconnected with GPX’s Data Centre Interconnect network, the company said in a statement.

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