Story image

Web Werks continues expansion of data center infrastructure in India

Web Werks continues to enhance their data center infrastructure in order to provide a secure IT environment to their web hosting and co-location clients. 

The infrastructure is supposedly secure with 6-layer physical security and built on a redundant network located in India and the United States.

The expansion is deployed to suit solid, persistent request from enterprises, content delivery, cloud services and IT services. 

Notwithstanding the recently deployed expansion, Unisecure also can expand power limit by an extra a few megawatts. 

The facility offers a wide assortment of energy and cooling densities running from 2kW to 40kW for each rack, addition to varied framework redundancies extending from N to N+1.

Single locking cabinets, client confines, and private suites are accessible.

Presently they have 5 data centers globally: Mumbai, Pune, Rabale, Navi Mumbai, Conshohocken, United States Data Center Facility, and Philadelphia, United States Data Center Facility.

All their Data Center Infrastructure consists of following:

  • TIER III Certified
  • Carrier Neutral Facility
  • FM200 Fire Suspension
  • Redundant UPS Power
  • CISCO Powered Networking
  • Multi-Level Security
  • 24x7 Rapid Action Support
  • 99.995% Uptime Guarantee

Web Werks India director Nikhil Rathi says, “With respect to time, things have to evolve in order to compete with this digital era. 

“We are thrilled to announce that we expanded our infrastructure to provide world-class data center services to our Indian customers.”

“We have boosted up our power capacity to serve growing India's colocation demand, moreover steps are taken in terms of security to keep data safe.”

Web Werks Data Centers have been leaders in India for the past two decades and are located in 3 countries with more than six geographically located data centers. 

Offering hosting services on Dedicated Servers, Cloud, Virtualization, Co-location and Disaster Recovery Services along with 24x7 Rapid Action Support and a 99.995% Uptime Guarantee.

Dropbox invests in hosting data inside Australia
Global collaboration platform Dropbox has announced it will now host Australian customer files onshore to support its growing base in the country.
Opinion: Meeting the edge computing challenge
Scale Computing's Alan Conboy discusses the importance of edge computing and the imminent challenges that lie ahead.
Alibaba Cloud discusses past and unveils ‘strategic upgrade’
Alibaba Group's Jeff Zhang spoke about the company’s aim to develop into a more technologically inclusive platform.
Protecting data centres from fire – your options
Chubb's Pierre Thorne discusses the countless potential implications of a data centre outage, and how to avoid them.
Opinion: How SD-WAN changes the game for 5G networks
5G/SD-WAN mobile edge computing and network slicing will enable and drive innovative NFV services, according to Kelly Ahuja, CEO, Versa Networks
TYAN unveils new inference-optimised GPU platforms with NVIDIA T4 accelerators
“TYAN servers with NVIDIA T4 GPUs are designed to excel at all accelerated workloads, including machine learning, deep learning, and virtual desktops.”
AMD delivers data center grunt for Google's new game streaming platform
'By combining our gaming DNA and data center technology leadership with a long-standing commitment to open platforms, AMD provides unique technologies and expertise to enable world-class cloud gaming experiences."
Inspur announces AI edge computing server with NVIDIA GPUs
“The dynamic nature and rapid expansion of AI workloads require an adaptive and optimised set of hardware, software and services for developers to utilise as they build their own solutions."