PRAGAMAN Contract: Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL), owned by the Government of India, has entrusted Noida-based company CIPL to build 2 data centers. For this, a contract of 137 crores has been signed between the two. SPMCIL manufactures currency and bank notes, security paper, non-judicial stamp paper, postage stamps and stationery and travel documents. Here, technology solution company CPIL has been completing state and central projects for the last 15 years. The company will set up one center in Noida while the other will be in Hyderabad.
The name given to the contract
CIPL issued a statement saying that the company will make the best data center with its technical experience. The agreement between the two companies is known as “PRAGAMAN’ The name has been given. According to CIPL, a primary and second disaster recovery data center will be set up, which will be the latest in terms of technology, so that the output will be fast and accurate.
What is a data center?
Data center is the place where all the digital data is kept. The data center can range from a small company to large companies and even the government. Digital data is kept safe in the data center and many servers are installed in it. Data center security is also a big link. Data centers require a lot of power. Through this they operate 24 hours. There is also a lot of water expenditure in some data centers because the systems are working continuously. Companies use water to keep them cool.
Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Twitter, railways, government and country’s secret things etc. are kept in the data center itself.
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