India’s data centre boom is expected to generate thousands of jobs and fuel a race for talent in the years ahead, in a repeat of the talent hunt now playing out in the country’s information technologies services sector.
Sanchit Vir Gogia, chief analyst and founder of Greyhound Research, corroborated that the momentum for data centres is expected to grow significantly by 2025.
He added that the government has to “ensure a confluence of factors”, such as providing adequate power supply and passing of a globally benchmarked data protection bill for data centres to grow.
The existing supply of talent for IT services companies will play a role in hiring in the data centre sector as well. “India also has a pool of chief information officers (CIOs) and tech teams at the user end that have, for the longest time, been trained on data centre architecture,” Gogia said.HT Mint
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