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Eyes on India: New age of flash storage boosts performance & efficiency

As one of the forerunners in technology adoption, Indian enterprises have been keen to embrace emerging technologies such as artificial technology, the internet of things and big data, driving an upsurge in storage requirements. Coupled with data localisation efforts and declining bandwidth prices, India’s storage market is set to grow to $4.5bn in 2024, according to GlobalData, a data and analytics company. In this e-guide, read more about India’s storage market, the next frontier of storage technology and flash storage options from the top cloud providers.

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