Yotta Infrastructure Solutions LLP: Yotta Has Plans To Build a Data Center Park in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Feb 13, 2023 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

Yotta Infrastructure, an Indian data center company, intends to operate in Bangladesh. According to reports, the Hiranandani-owned business plans to spend $190.5 million over the next four to six years building a hyperscale data center park in Dhaka. The new campus will include two data center facilities, each with 4,800 racks and 28.8MW. It will be situated in the Hi-Tech City industrial park in Kaliakair, in the Gazipur district. 
The first structure is scheduled to open in 2024. 

According to Sunil Gupta, co-founder and CEO of Yotta Data Services, they are eager to bring their well-known and dependable capabilities to Bangladesh to support its digital revolution because they recognize the country's enormous potential and its emerging leadership in the field of digital transformation. He continued that Yotta's Dhaka Data Center Park will not only guarantee that businesses in the area have access to cutting-edge data center infrastructure but will also reshape themselves using their tested suite of digital transformation solutions, moving them closer to the goal of a truly Digital Bangladesh.

Mumbai is home to a 50MW facility operated by Yotta; when completely developed, the site will cover 24 acres and include five buildings with a combined capacity of 7,000 racks. Also, it just opened a facility in Noia, India, which will eventually have six buildings and 160MW. The firm is planning additional facilities for Chennai, Delhi, Bengal, Gujarat, Pune, Powai, and Kolkata. Although the colocation industry in Bangladesh is small, local firms such as Felicity IDC and Red.Digital exist. In Dhaka, the government also manages a facility with Uptime Tier IV certification.