India’s CtrlS launches Google Cloud Interconnect services

India’s CtrlS boosts Google Cloud Interconnect services

Indian data centre company CtrlS has launched Google Cloud Interconnect services in Hyderabad, Mumbai and Delhi.

With this service, it says, businesses can leverage CtrlS’ infrastructure and services to establish direct, reliable connections to Google Cloud, and benefit from enhanced network performance, reduced latency, and improved security when accessing Google Cloud services.

CtrlS Cloud Connect serves as a single-point gateway to the Google Cloud ecosystem. It enables enterprises to establish a dedicated, private connection to Google Cloud Interconnect from a CtrlS data centre.

This collaboration also makes CtrlS one of the first partners for Google Cloud Interconnect in Hyderabad – where the service has been launched for the first time. Benefits of the service include significantly reduced latency and enhanced data transfer speeds through direct, private connections to Google Cloud and Google Workspace; the ability to securely migrate and manage workloads in the cloud with robust encryption and dedicated network paths; and the ability to scale cloud resources effortlessly to meet evolving business demands, fostering greater flexibility and scalability.

In Mumbai all five existing CtrlS data centres and the upcoming DCs 6-9 will host the service. In Delhi CtrlS’ Noida DC1 and future data centres will benefit from this collaboration. In Hyderabad all existing DCs (DC1, DC2, DC3 and the upcoming Hyderabad Campus) will be able to support customers to leverage Google Cloud Interconnect.

Businesses in Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Lucknow and Patna can leverage the power of Google Cloud Interconnect through CtrlS Cloud Connect services, unlocking new opportunities for innovation and growth.

CtrlS Datacentres Ltd, which began its operations in 2007, operates 15 data centres across eight key markets and is set to build over 600 MW of data centre capacity by 2029. The company says it is leading the charge on embracing renewable energy for a sustainable future.CtrlS Datacentres has announced plans to explore new overseas markets in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.


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