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Investments worth Rs 1.5 trn likely on data centres in next six years: Icra

Current data centre capacity in India pegged at 870 Mw. Country likely to add 4,900-5,000 Mw; Mumbai, Hyderabad and NCR to hold 70-75% of overall installed capacity

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Sourabh Lele New Delhi
Credit rating agency Icra on Tuesday said Indian and foreign corporations may invest over Rs 1.5 trillion in the next six years on expanding their data centre capacities in India, marking a six-fold growth.

A data centre is a large group of networked computer servers used by organisations for the remote storage, processing, or distribution of huge amounts of data. India's total data centre capacity is currently pegged at 870 Mw, powered by 138 units. Icra said the country could add 4,900-5,000 Mw of in the next six years.

Mumbai, Hyderabad and NCR will account for 70-75 per cent of

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First Published: Feb 21 2023 | 6:55 PM IST

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