–CT News Bureau
Bhopal, Dec 12: Madhya Pradesh State Electronics Development Corporation (MPSEDC), an undertaking of Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, working towards promotion and implementation of IT and e-Governance will be setting up India’s first Datacentre cluster in the State.
MPSEDC has promised over 100 acres of land in Indore for establishing a Data Centre cluster and invited key partners and investors from across the world to discuss possible business and collaboration opportunities.
The Datacentre cluster in M.P. will come equipped with all the necessary infrastructure for easy scalable datacentre deployment. Moreover, a purpose-built and dedicated on-site power plant will be built to meet the high power requirements of next-generation datacentres and ensure reliable power supply with minimal transmission losses.
The Government shall ensure a single window clearance system for the necessary clearances to set up the datacentres such as building permission, environmental clearances etc. Land shall be made available at 25% of the market prices, along with the provision of various incentives for the use clean energy in line with India’s Go Green initiative.
M. Selvendran, Managing Director, MPSEDC said, “We are committed to generate IT business for the public and private sector in the state of Madhya Pradesh while also aligning to the government’s “Make in India” vision. Not only will this cluster enable increased benefits for the Indian IT business but it also represents a significant milestone in putting India on the global map.”