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NTT Comm Gets Licence For National Long-Distance Services

Published on December 10, 2015

Japan’s NTT Communications Corp (NTT Com) has been awarded a licence to provide national long-distance services, which would be offered through a a new group firm NTT Communications India Network Services Private Ltd.

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Despite Tata JV Exit, NTT To Invest More

Published on October 19, 2015

BULLISH ON INDIA Subsidiary of Japanese telecom giant, Netmagic, to invest around Rs. 2,000 cr in data hosting services

MUMBAI: Japanese telecom giant NTT DoCoMo may have walked out of its mobile phone joint venture with the Tatas, but that hasn’t deterred other NTT group companies from drawing up large investment plans for India.

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Netmagic Plans New Data Centre In Bengaluru

Published on October 12, 2015

Data Centre solutions firm Netmagic is planning to set up a new data centre in Bengaluru as the company will run out of capacity at its existing facility in the city by the first half of next year.

“The current data centre at Bengaluru is spread around 1.2 lakh sq foot and has 1,250 racks. It is 85 per cent contracted and by June-July 2016, no racks will be available. Hence we are in the initial stages of planning a new data centre in Bengaluru,” Netmagic president and chief operating officer Sunil Gupta told Deccan Herald.

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Make In India - A Consumer Connect Initiative

Published on October 02, 2015

Post the launch of Make in India, the concept has helped us as a service provider to facilitate: Architecting cloud solutions that cater to real time scalability, offer pay-as-you-use model and deliver the necessary performance and availability to ensure seamless experience.

Partnering the SME growth story by providing a zero capex way of investing in IT and with management of hosted Infra also done by service provider, SMEs can focus on their core competencies.

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To Cloud Or To Co-Locate: Where To Move Your Data Center?

Published on September 21, 2015

Nitin Mishra, Senior Vice President - Products & Services, Netmagic

Both collocation and cloud services offer you viable alternatives to traditional in-house data center solutions. Deciding whether to co-locate, move to cloud or lereage both, should be based on your specific IT business requirements.

For any business enterprise choosing the right server infrastructure is critical to business success. Yet with the increase in the trends towards adoption of cloud computing by organizations, the IT infrastructure landscape is undergoing a major transformation. This trend calls for an open debate on the best direction that an organization can take with respect to its IT infrastructure in 2015 and beyond.

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Scaling Up IT Infrastructure Rapidly, Securely And Cost Effectively

Published on September 21, 2015

Nitin Mishra, Senior Vice President - Products & Services, Netmagic

A case for the Internet Centric Businesses

The world today as we know it is powered by Big Internet. Big Internet has revolutionized the way we live, work, play, eat and learn. It all started with Amazon and eBay years ago. These were online marketplaces where sellers and buyers could interact, sell and buy online. The concept of an online marketplace is in fact quite old. Similarly Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Orkut, Linkedin changed the way we interact with each other.

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Netmagic Sees Huge Demand From E-Commerce Firms, Start-Ups

Published on August 25, 2015

Sunil Gupta, President and COO, Netmagic

Netmagic Solutions, a company that manages IT infrastructure for companies, is eyeing revenue growth of 30-40 per cent on the back of strong demand coming from e-commerce companies and start-ups.

The Mumbai-based company, which is now majority owned by Japanese tech major NTT Communications, believes that demand is coming from Indian as well as multinational companies as social media and increasing mobile phone usage are generating huge demand. “Our launch of a 100,000 sq ft data centre in Bengaluru is testimony to the kind of demand and growth that we expect this year,” Sunil Gupta, Executive Director and President, Netmagic Solutions, told BusinessLine

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Scaling New Highs

Published on August 20, 2015

For the Mumbai-based Netmagic Solutions Pvt Ltd the last few years have been quite eventful. With NTT Communications, a part of the $113 billion NTT Corporation, Japan, coming on board in 2012 (NTT holds an 81.6 per cent stake in Netmagic), the company has been able to leverage its true potential and has made big strides in the Indian IT infrastructure services market, which has witnessed an exponential growth about 35 per cent CAGR in the last four years, despite the economic slowdown.

The company, offering third party data centre services including managed services and cloud computing services, has significantly ramped up its data centre capacity. From a total space of 1,80,000 sq ft with about 2,500 racks for hosting servers in 2011, the company boasts a total capacity of 600,000 sq ft (6,700 racks) across nine carrier-neutral data centres in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Noida…

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Data Centre Providers Offer New Services, Consolidate To Beat Public Cloud Competition

Published on August 18, 2015

Sharad Sanghi, Managing Director & CEO, Netmagic

As large companies like Amazon, Microsoft and IBM begin to put their data centres in India, third-party data centre providers are looking to consolidate and climb up the services value chain to hold their position in the market.

Companies like NetMagic, Tata Communications, CtrlS, Trimax did not have to worry about competition in the past, because large companies - their main clients - would pick data centres which would ensure their data remained in India

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