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Data Centres: Reaching out to the world

Ireland is becoming a major location for data centre investment by big international companies, writes Leslie Faughnan.

4th March, 2012
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Ireland is now fielding a very strong and competitive squad of world class data centres.

It is a cliché to say that every business and sector today is totally dependent on ICT. But perhaps a more accurate truism is that the data centre is now the beating heart of every developed economy. The metaphor could be extended through fibre connectivity as the arteries and veins, with the same message that it is the complete set of systems that is effective. Like any athlete, better built and free from defects means...

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