Pi Datacenters facility in Andhra Pradesh to create 2,000 jobs

Pi Datacenters CEO Kalyan Muppaneni
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday inaugurated data centre and cloud service provider Pi Datacenters’s new facility in the Andhra Pradesh capital.

Pi Amaravati is Asia’s largest uptime institute tier IV certified data centre.

Naidu tweeted that the facility will provide employment to 2,000 people.

State IT Minister N. Lokesh, Pi Datacenters founder and CEO Kalyan Muppaneni, top management of Pi Datacenters and business leaders of Fortune 500 companies were present, said a company statement.

One of the most advanced data centres in the world, Pi Amaravati is the first Software Defined Strategic Data Center (SDDC) in the world and uses open stack virtualisation framework to deliver the best-in-class computing, storage, and networking experience.

Pi is capable to deliver top of the league modular colocation and hosting services with a capacity up to 5000 rack, making it the largest in Asia and one of the top data centres in the world.

Recently, Pi Datacenters was awarded uptime institute tier IV design certification, achieving the highest standards for infrastructure, functionality and capacity.

“With the launch of Pi Amaravati, we will be offering highly innovative and tailored solutions with Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) and host of other cloud enabled product and services to our esteemed partners,” said Muppaneni.

The company entered into MoUs with public and private enterprises including PowerGrid, IRCTC, Mahindra & Mahindra Finance, Deutsche Bank, SAR Group, UNIBIC, Yaatra.com, Snap Bizz, Konsole Group, Acute and Net Spider.

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