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WIPRO chooses Swegon Blue Box for Indian Government’s Largest DATA Center project

Press Release   •   Aug 28, 2013 06:30 GMT

WIPRO is constructing two Data Centers at New Delhi & Bangalore for the Indian Government as part of the UIDAI project. When finding a partner for delivering Data Centers WIPRO chose Swegon Blue Box as preferred supplier. The order of 750 000 Euro contains 80 Precision Air-conditioning units and 90 In-row Cooler units.

For government projects maximum efficiency and reliability is mandatory and WIPRO chose Swegon Blue Box due to the reputation that they have built during their last five years of constant presence in India.

Swegon Blue Box India has supported WIPRO to design these Data Centers, demonstrating high level of performance and are now looking forward to assist WIPRO achieving one of the highest efficiency & lowest levels of PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) in a Data Center in India.

The UIDAI-project is conceived by the Planning Commission as an initiative that will provide Unique Identification (Aadhaar number) for each resident across the country and will be used primarily as the basis for efficient delivery of welfare services. It will also act as a tool for effective monitoring of various programs and schemes of the Government.

For more information please contact:
Fabrizio Amati, Business Development Director, Swegon Blue Box
Tel: (+39) 0426 921111 email at fabrizio.amati@swegon.it


Swegon AB is a company in the Latour group and delivers well thought-out and holistic system solutions that create a good indoor climate, which highly contributes to saving energy.

Including international sales subsidiaries, Swegon currently employs 1350 staff and the annual turnover is approximately MEUR 320. Swegon has 16 sales offices in Sweden. The export sales are substantial and handled through the Groups sales companies in Finland, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, France, Estonia, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, The Netherlands, Great Britain, US, China and India and to other countries through retail dealers. The company has six production units in Sweden, Finland, Italy and India.

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