Microsoft in talks with Telangana to set up Rs 15,000-crore data centre

The US technology giant is planning to set the a data centre which comes close on the heels of Brookfield Infrastructure.

The United States based Microsoft is in the conversation with the Telangana government to set up a data centre in the state with an investment of rupees fifteen thousand crores.

 

Microsoft, a US based tech giant has zeroed in on a piece of land near Hyderabad for building the digital centre.

 

The US technology giant is planning to set up the data centre which comes close on the heels of Brookfield Infrastructure.

 

Brookfield Infrastructure, a subsidiary of Canada's Brookfield, and Digital Realty is planning to establish a joint venture in India under the brand name BAM Digital Realty.

 

Microsoft as part of the deal, bring in its cloud computing service Azure Cloud on Jio's network. To which, it will target small businesses who is looking to move to cloud technology infrastructure.

 

Other than the technology giant, Microsoft many other international giants like Google and Amazon Web Services are strengthening their presence in the data centre segments in India.

 

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