The site of GigaCampus ONE is : Sriperumbudur, Chennai. We have chosen this location for a number of reasons:

GigaCampus ONE

Why Chennai

  • Enough land for current and future requirements, at a remarkably low cost.
  • Second Largest Submarine network connectivity in India.
  • 4th Largest Tier III market in India.
  • Chennai has been voted one of the safest cities to live in India.
  • Chennai employs the second largest number of people in India, in terms of man-power.
  • Chennai is the second leading exporter of information technology and BPO services in India.
  • Tidal Park, an IT Park in Chennai, is one of the largest IT Parks in Asia.
  • Chennai is the only Indian city to be rated in the “Forbes-Top 10 Fastest Growing Cities in the World”.
  • World bank permanent back office in Chennai is the biggest building owned by World bank outside its headquarters in Washington D.C

Biggest Datacenter Campus By the Power Capacity of total Datacenters In India

What we are planning?

The Campus

Total Area

404686sq. m.

Colocation Area

275425sq. m.

Total Cost


Construction completed in

12 Months



Tier 1

market in India


largest submarine cable connectivity in India


largest datacenter market in India
Availability of


~500 MW

Dedicated for RackBank Datacenters


Extra backup line for RackBank
  • Tamil Nadu Electricity - Distance - 3.7 KMS
  • Powergrid - Distance - 15.7 KMS



Carbon fibre network

2 Way

Redundant network connectivity
  • One from NH47
  • Second from SH120


On the other hand, the coastal regions of Tamil Nadu have very little differences in their summer or winter temperatures. Mainly tropical, the climate of Tamil Nadu is known for its warm and humid summers and moderate summers.

Flood & Tsunami

Area near of GigaCampus was not Effected in the 2015 Chennai flood & 2018 Tsunami. We are to far to Costal area.


Sriperumbudur area comes in zone II and No major earthquake has occurred in the last 100 years.

Volcanic Activity

No Volcanic activities in Chennai's history.


No major fire activity in Chennai in 200+ years