What Next for India’s Co-location Market

The Indian data centre market is unique. It is a widely held assumption that the India’s economic development and its emergence as a leading offshoring centre should drive demand for co-location services and stimulate foreign direct investment into the IT services market. However, this has not been the case. Instead, the Indian domestic data centre market is dominated by home-grown providers of mixed pedigree and capability. That means there are few providers that can accommodate the quality requirements of international firms, and international buyers are advised to conduct careful due diligence focused on focus on site and structure, back-up electrical power systems, fuel supply contracts, and physical security.

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This paper provides:

  • Current co-location capacity across the Indian sub-continent and medium term projections for future growth
  • Market dynamics and key factors influencing supply and demand
  • A map of co-location service providers in key cities across the Indian sub-continent, including Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi

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Ian O'Hara

Ian O'Hara


Ian brings a wealth of cross-industry technology experience to our clients and specialises in the commercial aspect of IT, including a deep knowledge of the data centre and managed services industries around the world.