A new data center is being launched in Navi Mumbai, India.
Web Werks this week announced that its Mumbai-2 data center would be launching on January 31st.
The facility will provide 10MW of capacity across 120,000 sq ft (11,150 sqm), is designed to a 'Tier III standard,' and was built in partnership with Iron Mountain Data Center.
In a LinkedIn post, Web Werks said: “Complementing our existing Mumbai-1 DC, our Mumbai-2 DC will offer enterprise customers the densest interconnection ecosystem in APAC with 200+ ISPs, all major carriers, internet exchanges, cloud service providers, and content delivery networks.”
The Mumbai-2 data center project was first announced in March 2021, though initially intended to be a 100,00 sq ft (9,300 sqm) structure with a 12.5MW capacity, and ready for service by mid-2022.
The project’s announcement came shortly after Web Werks, alongside Iron Mountain, declared the companies would be pursuing a joint venture that would see the latter investing $150 million over the next two years.