ESDS, which has two data centers in India (one in Mumbai and another one in Nashik) has a very strong Cloud platform that takes care of redundancy on the IT Infrastructure level. ESDS chose to invest in building a highly secure Network and isolation of IT Infrastructure to guarantee 100% secure cloud hosting environment for its customers, with all datacenters connected by 10 Gbps backbone network. ESDS Software Solution manages to save over 30% of its cooling cost through highly innovative solutions. Through its state-of-the-art facilities across India, ESDS provides colocation services as its data centers host mission critical IT assets which are secure and backed by exuberant support.
“Additionally we offer disaster recovery services across multiple data center sites in India,” says Piyush Somani, Founder, CMD & CEO - ESDS Software Solution. “We globally house more than 7000 physical servers and 25,000+ virtual machines.We are hosting over 2 Million web portals from our different community Cloud offerings in India. Over 32% of India’s population, which is 370 Million Indians are connected on our various community clouds like Banking Community Cloud, Government Community Cloud, SAP HANA Community Cloud including Public Cloud.Our eNlight Cloud technology reduces compute consumption by 70%, which helps us to significantly reduce our Carbon Footprint compared to any other cloud service provider in India. Further, we have designed and built all our data centers as per Green Building Standards and all our data centers are highly energy efficient when compared to any other data centers in India. Our power consumptions when compared to our size of operations is 50% lesser than our closest competitor.”
Further explaining about the current datacenter market in India, Piyush says, “Due to growing digital needs in India, we are now the second largest market for data center infrastructure and second-fastest-growing market in Asia-Pacific after China. Indian was a $4.5 billion data center market in 2018 and is projected to reach $7 billion by 2020, as large metropolitan areas like Mumbai, New Delhi and Chennai are the focus areas of investments. In 2018, India had a data center capacity of 10.9 million Sq. ft and it is projected to reach 13.4 million Sq. ft in 2019.”