Media Coverage Archive
Netmagic Sets Up New Datacenter In MumbaiPublished on May 25, 2016
Sunil Gupta, President and COO, Netmagic
Netmagic, a leading provider of managed hosting and cloud services in India and a subsidiary of the Japanese telecommunication company, NTT Communications, has set up a data center spread across3 lakh sq feet in Mumbai.
Netmagic Furthers Growth Plan In India With A Colo-Plus-Services ApproachPublished on May 23, 2016
Netmagic Solutions is one of India's top datacenter providers, and with its 2012 acquisition by NTT Communications, the company's reach has been extended globally. While the company continues to expand its datacenter portfolio, it does not see colo alone as a viable way forward in the Indian market. Instead, the company is fully vested in its cloud and managed services offerings – combined with colo – to form a hybrid model for its customer base.Read the story
Data Center Industry Will See Good Days For Next 10 YearsPublished on May 13, 2016
In an exclusive interview with DIGITAL CREED, Sunil Gupta, Executive Director & President, Netmagic Solutions tells Brian Pereira why he is so optimistic. He also reveals the secrets of the trade and tells us what it takes to succeed in the data center space.Read the story
Digital India Augurs Well For Data Centre BusinessPublished on May 09, 2016
Data centres are an important part of infrastructure and there are several sectors spurring this growth, says Sunil Gupta, executive-director & president of Netmagic, an NTT Communications company and a leading managed hosting and cloud service provider. “There is increased demand in this niche segment on account of a number of government-led initiatives, such as Digital India, Startup India, adoption of JAM (Jan Dhan Yojana, Aadhaar, Mobile),” he tells Sudhir Chowdhary in a recent interaction.
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Cloud Containers For IoT ApplicationsPublished on May 02, 2016
Latest forecasts by Gartner, Inc. states that 6.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2016, up 30 percent from 2015, and will reach 20.8 billion by 2020. In 2016, 5.5 million new things will get connected every day.
With the rapid growth of Internet of Things (IoT) applications, enterprises look to platforms and services that enables them to manage and analyse the real-time events and streams of data coming from various sources (environmental sensors, medical trackers, home appliances, and industrial devices).Read the story
Netmagic To Setup Two New Data Centres, Plans To Expand Capacity To 13 Lakh Sq.Ft By 2018Published on April 15, 2016
Bangalore: Netmagic , a NTT Communications Group company, which offers cloud and managed hosting services in India is all geared up to expand its overall data centre footprint and capacity over the next two years.
"We are specifically expecting to expand our data centre capacity further. We are planning to double our data centre capacity over and above what we have over the next two years. We are coming up with two new data centres in Mumbai and Bangalore by April 2018," Netmagic's COO, Sunil Gupta told ETCIO over the phone.Read the story
Netmagic Enhances SimpliCloud, Invests In Growing Managed Services CapabilityPublished on April 06, 2016
The company continues to invest in software-defined networking and growing its managed services capabilities with industry-specific expertise. As part of its product roadmap, Netmagic will tighten up its security offerings and grow beyond the IaaS layer.Download the story (PDF)
Going Beyond Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) For Datacenter EfficiencyPublished on March 21, 2016
Today, many organizations are looking for newer ways of doing more with less, reducing IT budgets or perhaps curtailing the incidental costs associated with datacenter expansions. In a rapidly changing market environment, datacenter managers need to focus on creating efficient operating environments to augment the life of existing datacenters.Read the story
How’s & Why’s Of Datacenter TiersPublished on March 18, 2016
There’s Much More To Consider Than Just Raw Computing Power When it comes to datacenters, being No. 1 is not the best. Datacenters typically are ranked in tiers, with Tier I the most basic and prone to downtime and Tier IV the most robust, redundant, and functional.Read the story