World’s 2nd largest data centre inaugurated in Mumbai

8 July, 2020 | newsx bureau

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The Minister of Communications and IT, Ravi Shankar Prasad, took to Twitter to announce the inauguration of the second largest data centre in the world, laid emphasis on India's strong and increase...

The second-largest data centre of the world was inaugurated in Mumbai today said Union Minister for Communications, Electronics and IT, Ravi Shankar Prasad adding that India hold great potential to become a vibrant data economy and a good centre for the data centre in the world.

Taking to Twitter, Shankar wrote “Delighted that the second-largest data centre of the world was inaugurated in Mumbai today. This world-class infrastructure has been developed by the Hiranandani Group.”

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“India holds a great potential to become a vibrant data economy and a good centre of data centre in the world. Our government is working towards bringing more investments in data centres,” he added.

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