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Meta's first data centre to come up at RIL campus in Chennai

Wednesday, 03 Apr 2024
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Meta Platforms, which owns Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, will set up is first data centre in India at the Reliance Industries (RIL) campus in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

The 10-acre MAA10 campus in Chennai's Ambattur Industrial Estate can handle up to 100 MW IT load. Meta is anticipated to operate four to five nodes across various locations in the country. The social media giant currently has 22 data centres worldwide. Data on Indian users of Meta products is managed in Singapore, the company’s only centre for the entire Asia-Pacific region. 

The data centre campus, capable of supporting artificial intelligence language models, was highlighted by Digital Connexion in January, 2024 upon its inauguration. 

A data centre in India will handle content and also help increase local advertising, enriching user experience and lowering costs from global data hubs. As per a report, with Facebook boasting 314.6 million users, Instagram 350 million, and WhatsApp 480 million users in India, Meta Platforms has revealed a doubling of advertisement revenue from click-to-message ads in India during the September 2023 quarter.

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