Bangalore gets a data center with screaming capacity and tight security

India telecom provider Tulip worked with IBM for nearly a year building a 900,00 square foot data center for cloud services.

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The Tulip Data City is estimated to have cost more than $180 million (or Rs.900 crore), according to this article in Forbes India. The article reports that analysts expect the third-party data center market in India to grow at a compounded rate of between 25-30 percent over the next five years, and that reports also suggest Tulip is expecting a steady state revenue of about $190 million (Rs.950 crore) from the data center, which could happen in four years.

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