Many initiatives being discussed by the new government would have a direct impact on building India as a world class Data Center Market. Some direct initiatives in State Data Centers & Smart Cities would attract large domestic & international organizations seeking a reliable, scalable & cost effective IT environment for growth. Similarly, indirect initiatives including spectrum & bandwidth related policies as well as incentives for e commerce, banking, infrastructure, telecom & media segments would positively impact the entire IT value chain. Outlook remains positive with projected 5-10% growth in 2015. In many ways, 2015 is a make or break year with respect to the global competitiveness of the Indian IT Infrastructure Market. The right policies & actions in Budget 2015 could spearhead India to a top position in the global IT Infrastructure Market. However, given the increasing competition amongst nations to attract global IT Infrastructure spending, delayed decision making could also mean India loses its opportunity on achieve global scale.
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