As per reports, India had around 140 data centers in 2022. Moreover, with the consistent investments in this industry, the total data center capacity in the country is set to increase to 1,700 Megawatts by 2025 from 870 Megawatts presently.
The key projects completed or announced in the country include AWS’s second such facility in Hyderabad, the 28.8-MW Yotta D1 hyperscale data center in Noida, 10-year Adani Group–EdgeConneX partnership to establish such facilities in six Indian cities, and Microsoft’s ongoing project in Hyderabad. Adani Group has planned an investment of INR 21,844 crore to set up two data centers in Andhra Pradesh.
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Thus, with P&S Intelligence also forecasting the global data center market to reach USD 602.76 billion by the end of this decade, a windfall could be in the offing for companies that manufacture or supply UPS for these establishments.
In addition, with a robust forecast for the setup of hyperscale data centers, the opportunities for UPS providers will only burgeon. A hyperscale data center is one that has a minimum of 5,000 servers within an area of at least 930 square meters (10,000 square feet). Moreover, such facilities must provide a power capacity of 40 Megawatts at least. Further, a hyperscale data center houses thousands of switches, routers, and storage devices, which are difficult to be monitored manually.
This creates the requirement for automation software, which further needs extra computer hardware to host them. This is another reason UPSs are so critical at hyperscale data centers and why the demand for them will keep rising.
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