Infotech Lead Asia: CtrlS, an IT enabled Managed Service Provider (MSP) based in India, has expanded its datacenter footprint to San Diego, California.
The San Diego datacenter offers higher bandwidth servers at a similar or lesser price when compared to Indian servers, CtrlS officials said.
The launch of overseas operations is in line with the company’s strategy to deliver IT Infrastructure and quality services like Disaster Recovery, Remote Infrastructure Management and Cloud Services for existing customers targeting the western markets.
The expansion to the US region us critical to the growth of the company since 20 percent of their customers are MNCs.
Through effective management of Indian and U.S. servers, the San Diego data center will help improve response time. The company will also provide single uptime SLA, invoicing in Indian currency, local number calling support and access to senior resources as per Indian time zone.
The new data center will help CtrlS’ customers expand their footprint in the U.S market and accelerate their business.
Commenting on the launch, Sridhar Reddy, founder and CEO, CtrlS Datacenters, said, “The datacenter will help CtrlS provide state of the art infrastructure and technological offerings, existing in India, to customers in the US region and help them solve mission critical situations.”
CtrlS Datacenters posted 108 percent growth in 2011-12 revenue to Rs 48 crore. CtrlS Datacenters CEO Sridhar Reddy says the company is looking at 100 percent growth in both revenue and manpower in 2013.
In 2013, the company is targeting industry verticals such as BFSI, telecom, e-commerce, gaming, mobile VAS, payment gateway, hospitality, etc, added Reddy.