Media Coverage Archive
Sharad Sanghi Interview On CNBC TVPublished on January 01, 2015
CNBC TV18 featured Netmagic and Sharad Sanghi in the channel’s ‘India Business Hour’ show in a segment aired at 9:45 PM on January 7, 2015.
The report describes Netmagic’s growth in 2014, as well as the expected growth in 2015, its strategies to raise capital, plans to be part of the Government of India’s ‘Digital India’ campaign, key sectors of growth as well as acquisition plans in 2015.Read the story
The Cloud Predictions 2015 And BeyondPublished on December 30, 2014
Hybrid Cloud Will be the Biggest Gainer in 2015 and Beyond
By Karan Kirpalani, Associate Vice President, Product Management, Netmagic
Cloud computing has been slowly and steadily making inroads into the enterprise segment simply because of the agility and the scalability it provides.
As The Cloud Gets Bigger, IT Infra Cos Also Ramp UpPublished on December 26, 2014
Netmagic, an NTT Communications subsidiary, is building its ninth data centre in Mumbai -the company's largest with 2,80,000 sq ft capacity. “We are also exploring options in the NCR region because by the time this goes live, we will be running short of space in Noida,“ Sharad Sanghi, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at Netmagic, told ET.Read the story
Datacenter Trends In 2015Published on December 23, 2014
7 technology trends shaping the next generation DC
By Nitin Mishra, Senior Vice President, Product Management, Netmagic,
The datacenter industry has been witness to a steady growth rate evident from the investments being made for facilities as well as IT infrastructure. Globally, the industry is growing at a rate of 10-12% and is further expected to grow at an annual compound rate of about 17% over the next few years, according to recent analyst reports. Good news indeed for the industry.
Hybrid Cloud Is 2015’S Biggest GainerPublished on December 23, 2014
Sunil Gupta, President and COO, Netmagic, an NTT Communications company, expects the hybrid cloud to be the biggest gainer in 2015.
In 2015, we will see a need for business enterprises to ‘do more with less’, and therefore they will be keen to adopt agile approaches to integration.
Outlook/Predictions For 2015 - Cloud & SecurityPublished on December 22, 2014
Threat Mitigation in Cloud, Internet of Things and Mobility are the New Normal in Security
By Rishikesh Kamat, General Manager, Product Development & Marketing, Netmagic
Let me start with a note on security threats that a business enterprise faces as it enters a new year. The previous year has been a witness to an increase in number, complexity and sophistication of attacks on enterprise security. DDoS and APT are looming dangers to enterprise security, no longer manageable from within the security infrastructure of an organization.
Government Explores Use Of Third-Party Cloud Data Centres To Cut CostsPublished on December 19, 2014
The chief executive of Netmagic, Sharad Sanghi told ET that the company has held discussions with the information technology ministry, which is looking at adopting cloud not just for people services but also some of the government projects. "The ministry wants to ensure a common level of technical competency across players, have a rate card agreed and then pick and choose whoever it wants," said Sanghi.Read the story
VCC Events: There Is A Huge Opportunity In Monetising Multidimensional Data, Say ExpertsPublished on December 05, 2014
Big Data is expected to be a market worth $1 billion in India by 2015, growing at a CAGR of 83 per cent since 2012, according to a Nasscom report. At the Techcircle Big Data Forum 2014, eminent panellists discussed how they have monetised, implemented and scaled Big Data.engineering, McAfee Software India; and Sunil Gupta, president and COO, Netmagic Solutions.Read the story
NTT Plans To Buy More Wind Power In IndiaPublished on December 01, 2014
NTT Communications subsidiary Netmagic has successfully used wind energy to power the first LEED Gold certified data center in India, located in Chennai. The high cost of fuel and frequent power outages prompted Netmagic to look for alternatives. "The most cost-effective energy source for a data center can be either wind energy or a gas based power plant," explained President and COO, Sunil Gupta.Read the story