120MW of IT power
62,000m2 Gross site area
<1.40 Designed PUE level
100% Carrier, cloud, and IX neutral
In 2020, Colt DCS began its journey in entering the Indian hyperscale data centre market by announcing the ground breaking of our Colt Mumbai Data Centre.
Over the past two years, the Mumbai construction and project team have reached a number of key milestones as they work to deliver the first phase of this soon to be launched 120MW site.
Colt DCS celebrates the ground-breaking ceremony of its first hyperscale data centre in India: Colt Mumbai Data Centre.
The land is prepared ahead of any foundations being laid and before any construction can commence.
The site trenches are dug, levelled and concrete is poured to set the foundations. The site is cleaned and prepared for framing.
Power transformers are delivered on site ready for positioning at future date and to support the 120MW deliverable of IT power.
Build of the data centre steel frame begins, starting with the office area followed by DC1 and DC2.
Standing at 56 metres tall, the Monopole tower is erected on site to support carrier neutrality and connectivity for the city.
Also standing at 56 meters tall and all wires connected, the CTT tower is installed to supply 140MW of power from the state grid to be transmitted through to the recently constructed Monopole tower.
80,000 litre HSD diesel storage tanks are delivered onsite and positioned underground to support the power continuity.
The construction and project team celebrate 1 million safe working hours being successfully achieved onsite.
11kV power generators delivered and positioned to support power supply on site.
The 220kv GIS sub-station is commissioned to support the electrical distribution, transmission, and generation systems.
Final data centre equipment installed and under concluding tests and assessment.
Data centre hall final fit out in preparation for the commissioning of phase one.
The construction and project team celebrate 2 million safe working hours being successfully achieved onsite.