Sterling and Wilson Private Limited has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Saudi Arabia-based Data Volt Information Technology Company, to develop and construct data centres in accordance with the highest international standards in respective countries.

Under the partnership, the data centres will leverage DataVolt’s expertise in project development along with Sterling and Wilson’s unparalleled experience in designing and building large scale data centre that are sustainable and future-ready for hyperscalers, colocation players, telcos, and enterprise customers. Both companies have a proven track record of integrating advanced technology and sustainable practices seamlessly.

DataVolt is developing and operating future-ready, innovative, and environmentally conscious data centres for a connected world. As part of the Vision Invest group, DataVolt has ample expertise in developing and operating renewable power, computing, networking, cooling, water treatment and reusage critical infrastructure. DataVolt integrates advanced technologies and sustainable practices in its data centres.

Commenting on the partnership, Prasanna Sarambale, chief executive officer (CEO), data centre business, Sterling and Wilson said, “We are honoured to collaborate with DataVolt for deploying data centres in strategic markets. With this important partnership, we look forward to creating additional data centre capacity and be part of realising DataVolt’s vision of promoting a knowledge-based economy, job opportunities and strengthening the technology sector. This is an important milestone for our business, and we are excited for this new journey. Data centres are key to support business’ growth trajectory, adopt digital technologies and enable new business models. At Sterling and Wilson, we have a proven track record of delivering complex engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) projects and are confident that we can deliver state-of-the-art data centres that will meet the highest standards of quality, safety, and sustainability.”

Meanwhile, Rajit Nanda, CEO, DataVolt said, “Through this strategic alliance with Sterling and Wilson, DataVolt is poised to revolutionise the data centre industry. We are dedicated to pioneering sustainable solutions that not only drive efficiency but also prioritise environmental stewardship.”