Centres of excellence
Data centres have kept the flag flying as the rest of the economy struggles, writes Leslie Faughnan
Sometime around the end of the 1990s, Ireland was set to be the data centre capital, or hub, of Europe.
But that ambition was thwarted when the dotcom boom went bust.
But through our latest and more serious recession, data centres have actually been one of the most healthy parts of the ICT services sector.
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