‘India’s Edge’ with Yotta Infrastructure’s CEO Sunil Gupta
Digital Infrastructure Interview Series ahead of Datacloud India in Mumbai on the 6th February 2020.
- Datacloud: What do you see as the future drivers for the industry in India?
India is at the cusp of digital revolution. Triggered by low mobile tariffs and affordable smartphones, India may have 800 million internet users by 2023.
Factors that will drive the need for hyper scale data centers are the growing base of smartphone users, cheap high-speed data access, adoption of cloud computing, spurt in IoT/smart home devices, rising social media and content consumption.
Besides these, many enterprises are now moving their workloads to the cloud for low-latency access. The need for highly scalable state-of-the-art data center infrastructure built on economies of scale is on the rise due to these factors.
- Datacloud: What is one of your goals for the next year and how do you expect to achieve it?
At Yotta, our motto is to provide our customers with quality services and products at unmatched prices.
We are not just a data center company, with our Yotta Tech services, we are going to offer a slew of enterprise IT services which are unique to the market and at a cost that is never heard of.
This is possible due to our innovative product portfolio and the economies of scale at which we will be operating. We will redefine the enterprise cloud solutions as well as other IT Managed services in the coming year.
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- How can our sector help to improve society?
We are in the midst of a digital revolution with the influx of technologies like Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Internet of Things (IoT) and more.
From eGovernance services like Aadhar, which is the world’s largest digital identity programme to powering shopping carts of millions, it is data centers that store, compute and analyse massive data sets and make it accessible to millions.
By 2025, India will have more than 900 million Internet users. To realise the potential of Digital India, we need affordable, future-ready and scalable IT infrastructure.
An inclusive economy is possible when newer technologies are adopted and accelerated to provide economic and social benefits to the nation.
Aligning with this vision, Yotta aims to power businesses and Governments with practically unlimited datacenter scalability at the lowest rates by leveraging large economies of scale. This will bridge the digital divide and in-turn benefit the society.
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