Bengaluru Datacenter 1

Whitefield, Bengaluru, Karnataka
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Starts from

 6,800.00 kW/m

*Denotes starting price exclusive of GST. Prices may vary with server capacity and storage.

Available Capacity


Internet Exchange (IX)


Rack Input Voltage (V)


Rack Density (Kilowatts)


Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE)

₹10 kWh

Power Cost (kWh)

₹6800 kW/m

Monthly Fixed Cost


Raised Floor size

Power Details

1800kW (2250kVA)

kvA DG Backup

12.5 MVA ,11/11 KV, Oil Cooled

Power Transformers Grids

2 nos. 25 KL HSD Tanks for 26 hours back up

Backup at Full Load

11 KV Feeder (LILO) with 2 metering kiosk (2N) serverd by 2 different substations form 2 different locations. UPS power feeding with Diesel generators as back up

Network Details


Guaranteed uptime SLA


Redundant Bandwidth


Network Connectivity

  Tier-1 Connected in DC with DWDM

Infrastructure Details



7 Layers

Security Layers


CCTV Monitoring

G+2 purpose built structure



24x7 Monitoring 24x7 Monitoring
24x7 Support 24x7 Support
Dedicated Office Space Dedicated Office Space
Onsite staff Onsite staff
Remote Hand Remote Hand

ISP & Network Provider

We ensure that our datacenter will stay online with 99.80 uptime.



Nearby Transit

  • Airport-30 km
  • Metro-12.2Km from Baiyyappanahalli metro station
  • Bus Station-450m from Pattandur Agrahara bus stop
  • Railway Station-3.15 km, Whitefield railway station

Facility Overview

  • 87,000 sq.ft.
  • 32,125 sq.ft Data hall space
  • Racks - 1354
  • Load Bearing-1500kg/sqm

Power Capacity

  • 7.5MW Total Power
  • 4.1MW IT Power
  • Diverse utility feeds

Connectivity Details

  • Carrier neutral
  • Multiple, diverse entry points into data center
  • Redundant MMR Rooms
  • Ixs

Fire Control Details

  • VESDA based fire detection
  • NOVEC 1230 Gas suppression system

Security Details

  • IP CCTV surveillance for all external areas 24/7
  • Onsite security, Monitored by multiple guards
  • Boom Barriers
  • Security Mantrap
  • Access Controlled Doors
  • 3F Authentication


Bengaluru, also known as Bangalore, is a major IT hub in India with a robust IT infrastructure that includes reliable power and telecommunications networks. With a population of over 12 million, Bengaluru has a large number of online users and a growing digital literacy rate, making it an attractive location for digital businesses. Additionally, Bengaluru has a favorable climate for data center operations, which is important for businesses that require a controlled environment to prevent equipment overheating. Overall, Bengaluru's combination of IT infrastructure, online users, digital literacy, and data availability make it a prime location for digital businesses.