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Uttar Pradesh govt bags Rs 16,000-crore deal for data centre projects

The state is planning to set up smaller capacity data centres in the hinterland across the state. The policy will aim to attract private sector investment to attain Rs 30,000 cr in the next five years

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Virendra Singh Rawat Lucknow
Uttar Pradesh, which is looking to become a major data centre player in the South Asian region, has bagged projects worth Rs 16,000 crore in the new-age sector.
 
A data centre is a facility that houses shared information technology (IT) activities and equipment to store, process, and disseminate information and applications.
 
The government is in the process of amending its existing data centre policy to sweeten the deal for private sector investors.

Under this proposed policy, the state is planning to set up smaller capacity data centres in the hinterland across the state. The policy will aim to attract

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First Published: Oct 24 2022 | 11:36 PM IST

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