Media Coverage Archive
IoT & Connected 'Things' Will Drive Colocation In FuturePublished on May 20, 2018
Consumer devices, mobile platforms and data management paradigms have evolved extremely fast in the last decade. In fact, the evolution has been so rapid that we now find ourselves in an era of unprecedented connectivity and unimaginable data volumes. The speed of this growth is evident from analyst projections. IDC projects the global spending on IoT to be almost USD 1.4 trillion by 2021. Gartner says that there would be more than 20 bn connected things across the world by 2020, of which over 60% would be consumer devices.Read the story
Netmagic bets on hybrid multi-cloud solutionsPublished on May 11, 2018
Cloud-computing services provider Netmagic has stepped up focus on combined solution of on-premise storage, private and multiple public cloud platforms to remain competitive.
Such a combined solution currently garners nearly 10% of the company’s revenue and is part of the multi-cloud hybrid IT services segment.Read the story
NTT Group to Launch Smart Cities Initiative with Dell TechnologiesPublished on May 01, 2018
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NTT Group (NTT, NTT DATA, NTT Communications and Dimension Data) has expanded its partnership with Dell Technologies to include smart city initiatives. The companies will be collaborating on the first smart city proof of concept with the City of Las Vegas as part of the city’s digital transformation.Read the story
Cloud driving the present Datacenter MarketPublished on April 21, 2018
The digital universe is doubling in size every two years, and by 2020 the digital universe – the data we create and copy annually – will reach 44 zettabytes, or 44 trillion gigabytes. There will be an increasing need for datacenter and cloud resources from both the business and consumer service perspective that will lead to the development of large-scale public cloud datacenters.Download the story (PDF)
A global perspective and sensitivity is a must for CFOs, says Alok BajpaiPublished on April 17, 2018
In an email interview with Alok Bajpai, Global CFO of managed service provider, Netmagic Solutions (an NTT Communications company) ETCFO’s Vartika Rawat digs deep for insights into what works for the finance head of a tech company.
Bajpai who is amongst the few CFOs who have switched roles from finance function to general management is decidedly a rare one to switch back all over again.Read the story
Netmagic to set up two more data centres this yearPublished on April 07, 2018
Netmagic Solutions, a well-known managed hosting and cloud service provider, is in the process of setting up two more data centres. The new ones will come up in Bengaluru and Mumbai.
The Bengaluru centre will come up on a 2,50,000 square feet space and the one in Mumbai on a 3,00,000 square feet area. Both centres will go functional this calender year.Read the story
Netmagic with McAfee launches malware protection servicesPublished on April 03, 2018
With this partnership, Netmagic and McAfee will provide customized security services to help customers in monitoring malicious activities across servers and hosts with a proactive protection from threat actors – both opportunistic and targeted.Read the story
SME Channels and Netmagic completed Channel Event in New DelhiPublished on March 29, 2018
SME Channels, the leading IT Channel magazine in India and datacenter leader – Netmagic, a NTT company organized its Delhi edition of channel event on 11th of March, Hotel Le Meridian. The event was attended by more than 50 value partners from Delhi NCR region. The objective was to take stock of the partners’ level of understanding around datacenter and cloud computing and their level of engagement in various new technologies which are cloud enabled.Read the story
Netmagic to invest in cybersecurityPublished on March 26, 2018
Cloud and managed services company Netmagic, which has data centres and provides cloud hosting services, is looking to increase its investment in cybersecurity in wake of increased cyber attacks and massive data leaks that are affecting nearly all sectors in the world.Read the story