Recently, the French cloud computing company OVHcloud announced the opening of Mumbai as the site of its first data centre in India. This action is a part of OVHcloud’s Asia Pacific expansion strategy, which calls for the opening of two additional data centres by the end of the next year, one in Australia and one in Singapore. OVHcloud now has a total of six data centres in the Asia Pacific region with the addition of the Mumbai data centre. The construction of 15 new data centre locations by 2024 is a part of OVHcloud’s recently unveiled global strategic plan. The facility takes advantage of OVHcloud’s Mumbai Point of Presence (PoP). Which was opened in 2020, to reduce latency between India and Europe.
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CEO of OVHcloud Michel Paulin says that the digital economy in the Asia-Pacific region has grown a lot. He says that key markets like India, Singapore, and Australia. Are driving this growth in terms of business transformation and digital innovation. Paulin also said that it would remain a top priority. To find a balance between the rapidly growing digital needs, data sovereignty, and sustainability. Terry Maiolo, VP and GM for APAC at OVHcloud. It further stated that the Mumbai data centre would gain from OVHcloud’s exclusive water-cooling technology. By modifying its infrastructure to accommodate tropical conditions. The new data centre “pushes the group’s technological and industrial expertise further,” according to Maiolo. A “sustainable cloud by design. OVHcloud’s has made it possible with Carbon Usage Effectiveness of 0.2”. Integrated industrial model, according to Paulin.
He continued by saying that the new data centres would help OVHcloud’s mission. Of becoming the preferred cloud service provider for clients in the area. India is already one of OVHcloud’s top-performing markets in the APAC region. The opening of the new data centre in Mumbai is a clear indication of the potential for economic development in this nation. The strategic placement of OVHcloud’s first data centre in India. Demonstrates the company’s dedication to its regional clients and business partners.