New Delhi, India — India has more than 30,000 web hosting providers in a country where about two million people are on the Internet, a new report shows.
The country is in a rush to get its internet users online.
In January, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a new website called “India Online,” which gives users an overview of the country’s web services.
India is in the midst of a software overhaul called “Internet India,” where users are being asked to upload personal data, like names, phone numbers, email addresses and social networking profiles.
India’s Internet service providers (ISPs) said that they had been busy responding to customer requests for web hosting services.
The company that handles the Indian Internet said it had received about 15,000 new applications in the past six months.
The most popular type of web hosting company is temporary web host.
There are over 1,000 temporary web hosts operating in India.
About 300 of them are owned by government-owned firms.
The Indian IT sector has been in the grip of a severe software crisis, which has hit the government’s ability to manage its public sector and private sector.
The country has lost more than 70,000 employees since mid-April.
On Thursday, a government survey of private sector employers found that the government lost almost 50,000 jobs in the previous six months due to the software crisis.