Tranquil Hosting Opens Its First Indian Data Center in Chennai


With access into India and its exploding base of internet users as well as internet companies, Tranquil Hosting launches its first data center in the country.

Tranquil Hosting announces the launch of its newest data center in Chennai, India. The company's latest addition offers customers entry into India and surrounding countries in Southern Asia. It is available to its customers now.

Chennai, formerly known as Madras, is located on the Coromandel Coast, off the Bay of Bengal. This location not only offers entry to the growing number of Indian internet users, tech companies and related enterprises, but the rest of Asia with Tier 1 connectivity. Carriers with connectivity to Tranquil Hosting's Chennai data center include TATA/VSNL, Reliance, and Bharti (Airtel). Peering agreements with NIXI offer low-latency access in the country and in South Asia.

"We are very excited to offer our customers access into India," Mark Price, CEO of Tranquil Hosting, said. "Our customer can now deploy servers into the booming economy of India, with its emerging tech and industrial companies. With a very savvy population and a vast user base that's getting online in incredible rates, means our customers will be able to better serve India and the surrounding emerging markets."

Price added that Tranquil Hosting will continue to its aggressive launches of data centers, allowing users to deploy bare metal or cloud platforms and services.

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