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Cyquator Technologies is located in the area Navi Mumbai, India, and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 03-03-2008.
Tower No.2, 4th Floor, International Infotech Park
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Cyquator Technologies Limited is part of the Essel Group ( of the US $ 1.7 billion Zee Group fame) which has a vast range of national and global business interests, encompassing media programming, broadcasting & distribution, communication, packaging, online lottery, entertainment parks, telecom and trading, movie production, multiplexes, education, animation, publishing and satellite with particularly close synergies with ventures active in the areas of content, distribution/reach and infrastructure/logistics such as Zee Telefilms, Siticable, Zee Interactive Learning Systems, Agrani, E-city, Essel Propack, Esselworld, Cyquator, Dish TV, Playwin, Water Kingdom, Intrex India, Zee Turner, Padmalaya Telefilms, ETC Networks & others.
Cyquator has positioned itself as a total end-to-end IT infrastructure outsourcing company involved in the business of IT Infrastructure & application management and high end managed hosting services. Cyquator's 20,000 Sq.Ft Mumbai Data Center forms the core for delivering these convergence services. Through its advanced enterprise management tools, processes and skills coupled with alliances with world-class product and services companies, Cyquator is leading the way in delivering innovative value added services to clients.
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