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Legrand India Launches LDCS as a one-stop shop for all Data Center Infrastructure Solutions

Legrand launches a new entity, Legrand Data Center Solutions (LDCS) which brings together a portfolio of global brands including Legrand, Numeric, Raritan & Server Technology under one specialist team. Keeping ‘agility’ as the core focus, LDCS offers one-stop modular, scalable, and customizable solutions enabling performance while ensuring efficiency. It provides business with maximum flexibility and scalability for growth and enables quick technology or application upgrade in a cost-effective manner.

LDCS aims to address all sizes of data centers, ranging from hyperscale to micro data centers. It offers a wide range of server and network racks, high-performance cooling solutions enabling optimum cooling in all conditions and a full range of 3-phase UPS solution. It also uniquely positioned to provide optimum security through high-performance PDUs and switches for any installation configuration, detection, control, and protection.

Speaking on the launch, Sanjay Motwani, Business Head, LDCS said, “We are not diversifying. We are bringing multiple brands under one umbrella in India. We can mould the latest technologies to the customer’s requirement. We intend to support companies to stay ahead of the curve. Our solution is designed for agility, which essentially means that it is a solution which can deliver what the customer wants, in a way that is flexible, fast and scalable. With the government sharing the cause for data center infrastructure development, there is more and more reason to believe that Legrand Data Center Solutions will have a compelling growth story unfolding for itself.”

Tony Berland, MD & CEO, added, “Data centers in India is growing at a very fast pace. We are witnessing a growth of about 8.5%. Companies across sectors are accelerating their digital adoption. With our global presence, experience, offering and current portfolio of brands in India, we felt it is time to demonstrate our focus and support the data center market in India and make it future-ready.”

LDCS aims to address a market size of INR 3000 crores with its user-centric design and flexible infrastructure.

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