A couple of Japanese companies have now evinced interest in setting up a data centre in Amaravati. After the recent visit by french delegation who did a thorough reconnaissance of the region to initiate investments in the state, it is now the turn of the Japanese.
After Isuzu has successfully set up its operations in Sri City and Kia Motors has solidified the decision to bring their plan to AP, it goes without saying that Andhra is now fetching attention from global investors.
Data centers are centralized repositories of either physical or virtual storage, management, and dissemination of data and the relevant information surrounding a specific entity of knowledge or relating to a particular business or industry.
Amaravati Development Corporation (ADC) chairperson D. Lakshmi Parthasarathi held talks with the representatives of the Japanese companies and explained the need for a data centre in the capital city. She wanted the firms not to compromise on the standards while setting up the centre. The Japanese teams earlier toured the capital city area.