India has positioned itself as a global leader in digitisation of governance, and continues to set new benchmarks each day. Guided by the Digital India vision, new-age technologies are assuming the center stage in every aspect of government-to-citizen (G2C) engagements and service delivery. Further, the government has reiterated its commitment to enhance the lives of people through a slew of progressive initiatives announced in Budget 2022 – from digital banking and payments, internet penetration to transformation of the healthcare ecosystem, digitisation of land records, digital skill development among others.
As the country unfolds the next chapter of Digital India, the role of a robust data center network will be crucial in ensuring the success of these initiatives. The infrastructure status for data centers and focus on ease of doing business indicates the government’s strong intent to bolster digital transformation efforts.
Delivering a keynote address at Digital Technology Sabha, Sunil Gupta, Co-founder and CEO, Yotta Infrastructure deep-dives into the country’s journey towards a next-gen Digital India and how data centers are providing the backbone to the government’s digital endeavours.