Netmagic, an NTT Communications company, is emerging as the main choice of CIOs and IT heads for their data center needs.
Netmagic, which gives special focus on innovation, offers customers the power to manage different cloud applications through a single online dashboard and aids the customers in selecting the least expensive cloud and the best performance cloud.
Netmagic’s Disaster Recovery (DR) service helps in aligning an organization’s infrastructure with its recovery time and recovery point objectives. IT heads can use Netmagic’s tools such as data analytics and enterprise mobility to take businesses to the next level.
Balmer Lawrie CIO Abhishek Agarwal said: “I have not seen any downtime during my tenure while their entire travel vertical has run on Netmagic.”
Century Ply IT Head Deepak Panda admired Netmagic’s low-cost solutions backed by technical expertise. “Netmagic completed the capacity upgradation of their entire infrastructure in a seamless and timely manner,” Deepak Panda said.
Ratnakar Bank, Flipkart, Myntra, NDTV, The Times of India, SBI Life Insurance, HDFC Life, HTMedia, Vodafone, Star, India Infoline, Thomson Reuters, H&R Johnson, Hungama, Yatra, Eureka Forbes, Mahindra Holidays, C-Edge and others are some of the main customers of Netmagic.
Netmagic received recognitions
# Frost & Sullivan as Managed Hybrid Cloud Service Provider of the Year 2018
# CIO Community for Data Center Managed Services, Public Cloud, and Multi Cloud at CIO Choice 2018
Netmagic’s revenue has increased at a CAGR of 34 percent over the last five years and is expected to grow at 29 percent FY 2019. Netmagic aims to achieve a CAGR of 25-30 percent over the next five years. While Cloud (public, private, hybrid) contributes about 44 percent of Netmagic’s revenue, co-location services business brings 42 percent and the remaining is from remote infrastructure management services to global customers.
The strategies drawn by Netmagic CEO Sharad Sanghi and ED Sunil Gupta are assisting the company to achieve business growth and more customers.
Sharad Sanghi has over 20 years of experience in developing Internet backbone infrastructure and providing Internet services. He is responsible for growing Netmagic into India’s leading Managed Hosting and Cloud Service Provider, with over 1100 employees, 9 data centres, and 3 R&D centres delivering services to over 2000 enterprise customers across the globe.
Sunil Gupta, the man responsible for starting and managing most data centers in India, is responsible for charting the course for all services in the data center, cloud and IT managed services space with specific focus on the revenue growth, profitability and operational efficiency.
Netmagic has 9 data centres across the country with a total datacenter space of 11,00,000 square feet in metropolitan cities such as Mumbai, Bengaluru, Noida, and Chennai.
Netmagic opened its third Research and Development (R&D) centre in Bangalore – besides its existing centers in Pune and Mumbai — to build next-generation multi-cloud platforms. It will be buying land to set up new campuses in Mumbai, Chennai, and Bengaluru to set up hyperscale data centre spaces.
Netmagic has 5 availability zones, and 9 carrier-neutral data centers. NTT Communications serves global customers from 244 datacenters spread across 88 countries.
Netmagic serves over 2,000 enterprise customers with 11 offices in India. Netmagic has two offices in cities of Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Chennai; and an office each in Noida, Okhla, Gurugram, Ahmedabad, and Neemrana.