Uttar Pradesh’s Tech Vision

Uttar Pradesh’s tech vision has taken a transformative stride with a ground-breaking initiative, heralding a Rs. 30,000 crore private investment for the establishment of state-of-the-art data center hubs. 

This strategic move highlights the state’s commitment to fostering technological innovation and positions Uttar Pradesh as a key player in India’s rapidly evolving digital landscape. The infusion of such a substantial investment is poised to catalyse the growth of a robust digital infrastructure, positioning the state as a formidable hub for data-driven industries.

The ambitious tech vision aligns with the broader national agenda of Digital India, emphasizing the critical role played by data centers in advancing technological capabilities, enhancing cybersecurity and promoting economic resilience. 

Uttar Pradesh’s concerted effort to attract private investment into this sector signifies a proactive approach to capitalise on the transformative potential of data-driven technologies. As the state sets the stage for a burgeoning ecosystem of data center hubs, it augurs well for local businesses. It elevates Uttar Pradesh’s standing as a preferred destination for technology investments, fostering a conducive environment for innovation and economic growth.

Uttar Pradesh’s investment drive – Transforming Noida into a data center hub for Digital India revolution

The Uttar Pradesh government wants to improve Noida’s data center infrastructure with investments totalling Rs. 30,000 crore. A data center is a place that centralises equipment and shares IT tasks for web applications and information processing, storing and distribution.

Domestic data is mainly kept on servers outside, notably in the U.S., because India lacks reliable data centers. This makes sensitive data vulnerable to manipulation and hacks, including in banking, social media, retail, tourism, and healthcare.

Renowned domestic and international companies, including Web Werks, NTT Japan, the Adani Group and the Hiranandani Group, have already started projects worth Rs. 20,000 crore. Industrial units nearby will benefit from the seamless connection as the projected center overlooks significant infrastructure developments like the Buddh International Circuit, Yamuna Expressway, International Film City, and Noida International Airport.

The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority is enticing the private sector to contribute to data center construction by providing several incentives. Over the next five to six years, investments in domestic data centers will total about Rs. 1.5 trillion. This might result in the installation of an extra 5,000 megawatts of power, which would be a six-fold increase over the existing installed capacity.

“The government is focusing on industrial development, including data centers, to transform Uttar Pradesh into a trillion-dollar economy and strengthen the state’s role as a key growth driver for India,” a government spokesperson stated.

Industrial plots in Sector 28 for data centers will be put up for sale by the expressway authority via the Nivesh Mitra site. Plots subject to premium ranging from Rs. 28 crore to Rs. 176 crore and registration costs from Rs. 2.81 crore to Rs. 17.67 crore are assessed.

By 2025, the digital economy in India is expected to generate trillions of dollars in economic value, according to projections. The ecosystem around data centers will promote and advance digitalisation.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had previously declared that Uttar Pradesh’s pro-investment attitude and outstanding industrial policies would soon make it the nation’s destination for data centers. The first phase of the Hiranandani Group’s data center project went online in Greater Noida last year. The division, Yotta Infrastructure, created a Rs. 5,000 crore data park.

Uttar Pradesh’s tech vision aims to exploit the world’s expanding need for data processing and storage capacity. Understanding how important data is to several industries, including e-commerce, healthcare and banking, the state government sees Uttar Pradesh as a top location for data center infrastructure.

Benefits for stakeholders

Private sector

Private businesses that invest in Uttar Pradesh’s data center clusters can take advantage of cutting-edge facilities, economical operations and a benevolent regulatory framework. This action establishes the state as a desirable location for companies looking to increase their online presence.


The government expects higher revenue, development of jobs and improved technology. The tech ambition contributes to the country’s ambition of being a global leader in technology by aligning with the larger ‘Digital India’ project.


Residents of Uttar Pradesh can anticipate enhanced connectivity within the ecosystem and quicker internet access to digital services. The project will close the digital gap and spread the advantages of technology to the entire state.


With support from a robust Rs. 30,000 crore investment drive in data center clusters, Uttar Pradesh’s tech vision represents a significant step towards the state’s goal of becoming a digital powerhouse. Uttar Pradesh will enter a new era of economic prosperity and technological prowess as it embraces technological innovation across industries. 

The initiative’s success could serve as a model for other states and countries, demonstrating the transformative impact of well-timed investments in digital infrastructure. Significant private investments in data center infrastructure have the potential to spark a thriving ecosystem that will advance digital transformation, improve connectivity and bolster the state’s resilience in the age of digitalisation. 

Uttar Pradesh’s rise as a powerful data center hub is expected to have far-reaching consequences beyond financial gains, establishing the state as a leader in India’s digital revolution and bringing in a new era of technological supremacy. 

The forward-thinking approach fits international trends and strengthens Uttar Pradesh’s standing as a competitive and progressive location for investments in technology.