Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Sify Reports Consolidated Financial Results For Q2 FY 2023-24


Revenue was INR 8,791 Million, an increase of 11% over the same quarter last year.

EBITDA was INR 1,519 Million, an increase of 1% over the same quarter last year.

Profit before tax was INR 52 Million, a decrease of 76% versus the same quarter last year.

Profit after tax was INR 15 Million, a decrease of 87% versus the same quarter last year.

CAPEX during the quarter was INR 1,797 Million.


Mr. Raju Vegesna, Chairman, said, “India’s Data Policy is entering the final phase of being adopted into law. This will give shape and clarity to data ecosystem and formalize regulation around Data security, which will help accelerate investment in India’s Data Center landscape. This will also lead to India being viewed as a more viable interconnect point between Asia and the Middle East by international connectivity players. 

Enterprises exploring digital transformation and government entities looking to automate social welfare systems will be an important target audience for Sify’s digital transformation tools and services”.

Mr. Kamal Nath, CEO, said, “As Enterprises pursue their digital transformation and digitalization objectives, they are also re-calibrating their digital infrastructure across hybrid cloud, network, security and edge infrastructures. Customer experience, business continuity, cyber security, application modernization and overall adoption of AI models are the prime drivers for this recalibration.

Our infrastructure investments and services portfolio are fundamentally aligned to meet the customer goals. Simultaneously, we are continuously engaged with our customers to identify their specific needs and selectively recalibrate our propositions to support the same”.

Mr. M P Vijay Kumar, ED & Group CFO, said, “We continue to make substantial investment in capacity creation and people to build skill sets for IT services opportunities we foresee, given the digital transformation engagements that India Inc is actively pursuing. This has led to the accompanying depreciation and interest cost, reflecting on our net profit.

We are also actively scaling up our sustainable measures across all businesses, especially our Data Centers.

The cash balance at the end of the quarter was INR 7570 Million”.


The Revenue split between the businesses for the quarter was Data Center colocation services 31%, Digital services 28% and Network services 41%.

During the quarter, Sify added 1.2 MW of new Data Center capacity.

As on September 30, 2023, Sify has deployed 6535 SDWAN service points across the country.

Sify now provides services via 952 fiber nodes across the country, a 14% increase over the same quarter last year.

During the quarter, Sify invested ­USD 1.5 Million in start-ups in the Silicon Valley area as part of our Corporate Venture Capital initiative. To date, the cumulative investment stands at USD 7.07 Million.


Among the most prominent new contracts during the quarter were the following:

Data Center Services

Two public sector and one private bank signed up for colocation space.

A privately held international stock broking firm entering India contracted for colocation space.

A private bank migrated from their on-premise Data Center to Sify Data Center.

A private telecom player will set up their disaster recovery unit at one of Sify’s locations.

One of India’s largest private bank contracted for DC expansion and refresh.

Digital services

A state government welfare department and two private enterprises signed up to migrate from their on-premise DC to Sify’s Cloudinfinit platform, along with managed services.

A NBFC, a health solutions player, an insurance broker and a steel major contracted for Sify greenfield cloud implementation.

A division of a state government signed up for a complete platform migration and managed services.

One of the larger online insurance policy platforms, a hosiery major, one of the oldest content service providers, a software player and a citizen service provider signed up for Sify’s digital services.

The technology partner of the Union government, a State government data center, the power distribution arm of another state government, a private power transmission player, a private insurance major, a white goods, an industrial chemical manufacturer and an insurance information bureau signed up for managed services.

More than a million online assessments were conducted for an autonomous banking institute and a government service selection platform.

An international power products manufacturer and another refrigeration major signed up for Sify’s cloud-based supply chain solution.

Network Services

A leading Indian airline has contracted for the management of its entire network infrastructure, including Network Operations Center.

A heavy machinery distributor and a Spirits major contracted for managed and secure SD WAN.

Sify also contracted for network expansion with multiple prominent banks, a tyre manufacturer and a logistics major.

One of the global outsourcing majors, a personal care conglomerate and an Edutech startup signed up for hosted contact and CPaaS services.

During the quarter, Sify activated its VNO license to support SIP trunking in India.

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