Chandigarh: Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is setting up its data centre at Manesar in Haryana and this captive 'Green Data Centre' would be built as per global standards. While stating this on Sunday, an official spokesman said that this data centre would be one of the biggest data centres in the country.
It will serve as central repository for UIDAI to store the residents' basic demographic and biometric information captured by it while issuing 12 digit AADHAAR number to each resident across the country, he said.
He said that Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda would lay the foundation stone of this data centre on January 7.
An official spokesman said that this data centre would be one of the biggest data centres in the country.
The Chairman of the UIDAI Nandan Nilekani and Director General-cum-Mission Director RS Sharma would also be present on the occasion. He said that to ascertain uninterrupted operations of the data centre, modular and scalable systems are designed that would provide seamless integration to support future load expansion upto 1.6 billion enrolments estimated by the year 2030.
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