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Mumbai

Mumbai; also known as Bombay is the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. According to the United Nations, as of 2018, Mumbai is the second-most populous city in India after Delhi and the seventh-most populous city in the world with a population of roughly 20 million.

Regional authorities have supported data center development for some time with incentives and efforts to attract international technology players. As a result the city has almost 200MW built capacity and is expected to add 330 MW in the next two years. With this growth, finding suitable sites and expanding supply fast enough to meet demand will be the key challenge.

PUE

1.55

Land Size 200,000

Zone Enterprise

Building Size 12MW+3MW

Total Site Capacity 100MW

Number of Sites: 1

New Delhi

Delhi, city and national capital territory, north-central India. The city of Delhi actually consists of two components: Old Delhi, in the north, the historic city; and New Delhi, in the south, since 1947 the capital of India, built in the the 20th century as the capital of British India.

The political capital of New Delhi is also expected to see growth over the next couple of years more than doubling capacity from about 40MW now to 89MW in 2026. This growth will be driven primarily by government and public sector IT projects as policy makers invest in cloud-based services and through the impact of the draft Data Sovereignty Law. The geographic location of the city makes international connectivity more challenging and metro or edge-data centers are likely to form the bulk of new capacity.

PUE

1.55

Land Size 100,000

Zone Information Technology

Building Size 12MW+3MW

Total Site Capacity 40MW

Number of Sites: 2

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Baroda

Vadodara, also known as Baroda, is the third-largest city in the Indian state of Gujarat. It serves as the administrative headquarters of the Vadodara district and is situated on the banks of the Vishwamitri River, 141 kilometres from the state capital of Gandhinagar.

Gujarat is a land of great contrasts, stretching from the seasonal salt deserts of the Kachchh (Kutch) district in the northwest, across the generally arid and semiarid scrublands of the Kathiawar Peninsula, to the wet, fertile, coastal plains of the southeastern part of the state, north of Mumbai

Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital of southern India's Telangana state. A major center for the technology industry, it's home to many upscale restaurants and shops. Its historic sites include Golconda Fort, a former diamond-trading center that was once the Qutb Shahi dynastic capital. Hyderabad has emerged as a new IT hub, giving  stiff competition to Bengaluru for the country’s top IT destination.

Hyderabad is one of the fastest growing technology hubs in Asia Pacific (APAC) that is reshaping the office space market. The city’s technology cluster HITEC City figures among the top 10 established sub-markets in the APAC region while the peripheral business district is listed among the top 10 upcoming sub-markets in the region.

PUE

1.55

Land Size 200,000

Zone Enterprise

Building Size 12MW+3MW

Total Site Capacity 100MW

Number of Sites: 1

PUE

1.55

Land Size 50,000

Zone Logistics Park

Building Size 9MW+3MW

Total Site Capacity 36MW

Number of Sites: 2

Chennai

Chennai, on the Bay of Bengal in eastern India, is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu. The city is home to Fort St. George, built in 1644 and now a museum showcasing the city’s roots as a British military garrison and East India Company trading outpost, when it was called Madras. 

Recent estimates of the economy of the entire Chennai Metropolitan Area range from $78.6 to $86 billion (PPP GDP), ranking it from fourth- to sixth-most productive metro area of India. Chennai has a broad industrial base in the automobile, computer, technology, hardware manufacturing and healthcare sectors. 

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PUE

1.55

Land Size 200,000

Zone Enterprise

Building Size 12MW+3MW

Total Site Capacity 100MW

Number of Sites: 1