Tulip picks IBM and Schnabel to build data centre

Friday, 29 April 2011, 10:12 Hrs
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New Delhi: Tulip Telecom today announced that it has chosen IT major IBM and data centre consultant Schnabel to establish a data centre in Bengaluru, which the company said will be India's largest and the world's third largest data centre.

"We are extremely happy about our association with IBM and Schnabel for our fifth and the country's largest data centre set up," said Tulip Telecom CEO Sanjay Jain in a statement.

"Having world leaders like IBM and Schnabel as consulting partners will enable us to further enhance the enterprise data services experience for our customers, who are not only based in India, but also outside the country," Jain added.

Tulip, through its wholly owned subsidiary company, Tulip Data Centre Pvt Ltd, acquired the SADA IT Parks facility, spread across 9 lakh square feet, earlier this year for Rs 230 crore.
Source: PTI
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