PhonePe launches an Green Data Center in India in partnership together with Dell Technologies and NTT

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PhonePe announced the launch in its very debut Green Data Center in India using Dell Technology and NTT technologies and solutions. It is equipped with effective data security power economy, a simple mode of operation, as well as cloud-based solutions The Green Data Center is intended to offer new possibilities for data management for PhonePe. The center will assist the company in creating a an efficient and sustainable infrastructure that allows it to rapidly expand its operations throughout the United States.

In announcing the launch, Burzin Engineer co-founder as well as Chief Reliability Officer PhonePe stated, “We are very excited to collaborate together with Dell Technologies and NTT to create the first Green Data Center in India. The facility will not just assist in the further seamless scaling of our operations, but also aid in cutting emissions.”

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Dell PowerEdge servers in the data center will offer efficiency, a simpler management and smart automation, while using less energy. The data center, equipped with intelligent cooling technology can reduce energy use and dramatically reduce the carbon footprint of the company and save over 25% of energy.

“This deployment is an exciting showcase for the possibilities of new alternative cooling technologies that can help optimize power consumption in a data center,” said Sharad Sanghi the Managing Director of NTT Ltd.

 We’ve been working toward cutting down on emissions from the vital infrastructure solutions we offer for our clients, explained Manish Gupta Vice General Manager and President of the Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies India. He said, “The launch of PhonePe’s first Green Data Centre is a significant step in the direction to achieve its sustainability goals. We are pleased to extend our long-standing partnership with PhonePe by assisting PhonePe with our world-class infrastructure.”

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