About Us

We are a digital Infrastructure company, ensure IT services are delivered faster with compute resources are available close to the end users.

We work with data centre asset management firms who are a specialist in IAAS (Infrastructure As A Service) provider in the public cloud domain, who offers co-location, managed services, high density computing, and disaster recovery services globally. Our Data Centre Asset Management (DCAM) firms are ISO 27001:2013 (Information Security Management Systems) certified for providing cloud storage services and network marketing services. Our DCAM firm are leaders in this niche in India, designs, builds, owns, operates and manages state of the art cloud data centres and have a network of owned, managed and collocated data centres in India, and are expanding globally.

Edge Data Centres

With the commercialization of 5G services in the country, the rise of edge data centres is going to accelerate. Data consumption will increase as 5G infrastructure improves data speeds, particularly for high-latency apps like social media, OTT, and streaming platforms. The development and application of 5G, AI, AR, VR and IoT technology put forward new requirements for data centre.

• To meet the needs of low latency and localization, deploying many smaller distributed data centres seem the most viable solution. These facilities are often called “Edge Data Centres” (EDCs).
• Edge data centres are connected to larger data centres and multiple data centres thereby increasing the demand for the data centre industry owing to the 5G boom & technology trends.
• Edge data centres are smaller, decentralized facilities that provide compute and storage in a location closer to where data is being generated and used, as compared to regional and cloud data centres. These facilities enable new applications by reducing latency and optimizing bandwidth.
• EDC process data close to the source. Network services are supplied faster and with less latency since processing takes place near the end-users.

Why Do We Need Edge Data Centers?

Latency has always been a problem for data centre managers, but in recent years it has become a critical concern due to big data, the Internet of Things, cloud and streaming services, and other technology trends.
• End users and devices demand anywhere, anytime access to applications, services.
• As a result, organizations across many industries are establishing edge data centres as a high-performance and cost-effective way to provide customers with content and functionality.


• Edge data centres process data locally, reducing the volume of traffic flowing to and from central servers.
• In turn, greater bandwidth across the user’s broader network becomes available, which improves overall network performance

Four EDGE Use Cases:

Data Intensive:

Use cases where the amount of data makes it impractical to transfer over the network directly to the cloud, or from the cloud to the point of use, due to data volume, cost or bandwidth issues.

Human-Latency Sensitive:

Use cases where business services are optimized for human consumption or to improve the human experience with technology – enabled services. Speed is the defining characteristics of this use case as delays in delivering data directly impact a user’s expectations.

M2M Latency Sensitive:

Use cases where services are optimized for machine-to-machine consumption. Because machines can process data much faster than humans, speed is the defining characteristics here and the consequences for failing to deliver data within the required time “budget” can be higher than for Human-Latency Sensitive use cases.


Use cases that directly impact human health and safety. Speed and reliability are therefore paramount.


Most Innovative Data Centre Company in India

Our DCAM firms design, build, own, operate and manage state of art Data Centres. Our DCAM firms are ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certified for providing Cloud Storage services and network marketing services.

We offer an exciting, unique, low exposure Asset Partner program to individuals and corporates looking to be a part of the fast-growing Data Centre market!


We offer a unique, low cost, low exposure option to individuals looking to benefit from the fast-growing Data Centre market. Data Centre Infrastructure is the fastest growing sub-sector in the Information Technology sector

Own Assets

Buy Data Centre Assets (hardware storage space without the enabling support infrastructure. Long term, monthly income via sale and leaseback)

Immediate Lease

Immediately lease these assets

Monthly Income

Minimum Guaranteed Monthly Income for 10 years

Do You Have Any Questions?

What is the job of Edge Data Centre?

The job of EDC is to deliver cached content and cloud computing resources to end users because latency is always been an issue and kills the customer experience.

Edge computing is the practice of deploying IT cloud resources, housed in edge data centres, in localized areas or communities. Edge computing operates on the proven principle that applications perform better and faster when processing is performed in close proximity to the end users and/or devices they serve.

Edge caching is a distributed data system that gathers and stores data created by edge devices and their surrounding surroundings, as well as data received from the Internet, to support intelligent applications for users at the edge. At the edge, data is spread.

Edge devices, such as monitoring devices and sensors, collect ambient data. Such data is kept in appropriate locations and processed and analyzed by clever algorithms to give services to end-users.