IRCTC To Import 5 Additional Servers From Singapore For Fatser E-Ticketing

The Logical Indian

June 29th, 2015

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation will install five high-capacity servers, imported from Singapore, to speed up its e-ticketing operations.

With five more servers, the number of concurrent users is expected to go up from the existing 180,000 to 300,000 while the existing capacity to book around 15,000 tickets per minute will go up considerably.

IRCTC Chairman and Managing Director AK Manocha said on Friday to The Indian Express, “Five new HP Itanium servers, to be installed shortly in the Passenger Reservation System (PRS), would considerably speed up the booking of e-tickets and streamline the Next Generation E-Ticketing System (NGET).”

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