Reliance Communications and its subsidiary Global Cloud Xchange (GCX) announced the expansion of its data center campuses in Mumbai and Bangalore, doubling the space and delivering 3X the power.
In addition to the expansion of data center footprint, it has deployed Cloud X Fusion across India, delivering predictable performance, carrier-level security for enterprise MPLS customers.
3,210 Indian enterprises, 14,505 global enterprises and 231 of Fortune 500 companies in Mumbai have connected through the RCOM/GCX network.
Enterprise users on this new network will have the ability to multiply their corporate compute power by 9 to 15X, and their storage capabilities by over 100X plus access to 2 million + enterprise applications.
“This will drive huge growth in the Cloud and Data Center space across India,” said Bill Barney, CEO of Reliance Communications (Enterprise) and Global Cloud Xchange.
RCOM/GCX enterprise customers have access to public cloud platforms such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Softlayer, Google, Rackspace, VMWare and more than 20 others , as well as software services like Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps for Work.