India’s Addressable Data Centre Market Size Is Rs 3000 Crores
Mumbai, NFAPost: Legrand India announced the launch of Legrand Data Center Solutions (LDCS) which brings together a portfolio of global brands including Legrand, Numeric, Raritan & Server Technology under one specialist team.
LDCS is designed to give maximum flexibility for growth, allowing the companies to easily and cost-effectively expand, modify or replace technology and applications in the least amount of time. Legrand Data Center Solutions are modular, scalable, and customizable and are thus, designed for agility.
Legrand Data Center Solutions offers the convenience of a one-stop customised data centre infrastructure solution with the added flexibility of choosing a specific product or brand. User-centric design and flexible infrastructure are the highlights. LDCS will address a market size of Rs 3000 crores.
LDCS aims to become a preferred vendor of choice in 3-5 years’ timeframe. The team to support the LDCS business operations is formed and all the Group (global) products are being brought to the data centre players in India.
Data centers are areas hosting critical applications and performing crucial tasks which consume a huge amount of energy and have evolving requirements. What one needs is a solution that lends itself to delivering exactly what is required, while keeping the performance and efficiency intact.
Hyper-scale data centres
LDCS is a solution aimed to address the needs of all kinds of data centers, ranging from hyperscale to micro data centers. It offers a wide range of server and network racks, high-performance cooling solutions offering optimum cooling in all conditions, an industry-leading offer of extremely high-performance PDUs and switches for any installation configuration and detection and control and protection solutions for optimum security.
Not just this, with a full range of three-phase UPS offering wide-ranging functionality simply and safely – LDCS is well-supported by the Indian R&D and manufacturing capabilities and is poised to be the preferred choice for any industry segment. LDCS also includes an all-in-one micro data center solution offering a complete and compact server room equipment for small offices.
LDCS clients globally include tech companies such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Colt and Equinox for global data center solutions.
Speaking on the company’s forward integration of its business and brands portfolio, Legrand India Managing Director & CEO Tony Berland said data centres in India is growing at a very fast pace.
“We are witnessing a growth of about 8.5%. Companies across sectors are accelerating their digital adoption. With our global presence, experience, offering and current portfolio of brands in India, we felt it is time to demonstrate our focus and support the data centre market in India and make it future-ready,” said Legrand India Managing Director & CEO Tony Berland.
LDCS Business Head Sanjay Motwani said the company is not diversifying but bringing multiple brands under one umbrella in India.
“We can mould the latest technologies to the customer’s requirement. We intend to support companies to stay ahead of the curve. Our solution is designed for agility, which essentially means that it is a solution which can deliver what the customer wants, in a way that is flexible, fast and scalable. With the government sharing the cause for data center infrastructure development, there is more and more reason to believe that Legrand Data Center Solutions will have a compelling growth story unfolding for itself,” said LDCS Business Head Sanjay Motwani.
Legrand Data Center Solutions brings together its award-winning portfolio of global brands including Legrand, Cablofil, Numeric, Raritan & Server Technology under one specialist team of data center experts to deliver an integrated data center infrastructure portfolio.
Driven by the need for agility in today’s data centre environments across on-premise, in the cloud or at the edge facilities, Legrand Data Center Solutions deliver an infrastructure layer that is flexible, user-centric and responsive to change with minimal efforts & costs.
Legrand is the global specialist in the electrical & digital building infrastructure. Be it residential, commercial or industrial, Legrand proposes a complete solution for every project. The Euro 6.6 billion group based in Limoges, France has manufacturing facilities in 90 countries and its products are sold in over 180 countries. Globally, Legrand is a leader in user interfaces, MCBs, cable management, door entry systems and digital infrastructure. The Legrand Group In India enjoys strong leadership positions in more than 10 product families.
Two major growth drivers for the Legrand Group are acquisition and innovation. Aggressive product launches have fuelled Legrand Group India’s ambition of expanding to newer frontiers and establishing leadership.
“More than 50% of products its catalogue are less than 5 years old, which allows us to innovate frequently and be nimble-footed as an electrical and digital infrastructure specialist. Our continuous quest for excellence has given rise to the ELIOT (ELectricity Internet Of Things) program launched 3 years ago-an initiative committed to connected products across all verticals and industry segments,” said Legrand India Managing Director & CEO Tony Berland.
Legrand Data Center Solutions carries forward the DNA of innovation, bringing together expert brands that are aligned to the vision of innovative and connected products. Legrand Data Center Solutions globally are recognised as durable, integrated solutions for an infrastructure which can be relied on to perform in all circumstances. Today, datacenters account for 10% of the Legrand Group turnover.
With an employee base of over 6000 in India, the group Legrand is fast emerging as a leader in its core business by extending products and services that suit every segment in the local market. Headquartered in Mumbai, Legrand operates across India through 5 group companies, 80 offices, more than 1000 stockists, 14000+ Retailers, 50 different product families, 9 state-of-the-art manufacturing units, and 3 R&D centers.