This case study enumerates how STL built a smart next-gen communication infrastructure to enable a platform for new-age technologies and customised enterprise applications, with an advanced security ecosystem for one of the largest defence organisations. In the journey of concept, design, implementation and commissioning, STL mitigated several challenges and built 12 data centres, spanning across 33 civil locations, covering 131k sqft of built-up area.
Legacy data centres needed to be modernized to achieve mission-critical outcomes for the defence client. This entailed a sophisticated design and planning exercise to deliver an advanced, integrated and highly secure data centre ecosystem.
STL SOLUTION TO DELIVER EXCELLENCE
STL took the challenge of building next-gen data centres along Indian coastal borders including Lakshadweep & Port Blair islands. 12 data centres were constructed including four main data centres, one disaster recovery centre, four near-line data centres, and three satellite data centres.
The data centres were built using MPLS Segment -routing, leaf-spine architecture, multi-layered redundancy failovers, with geo-redundancy for natural disasters and wartime situations.