Thursday April 9, 2020

Cloud Computing: Rack and roll

The starting point for many cloud journeys begins in the data centre, but not all facilities are the same

7th June, 2015
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Tanya Duncan, managing director, Interxion Ireland

Fifteen years ago, when the IDA targeted data centres for foreign direct investment into Ireland, there was an inkling that vast warehouses of compute power and storage would be important, but few would have predicted the revolution in IT services that would come with the cloud.

International data centre companies such as Interxion and Telecity have an Irish presence along with multinationals such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft and BT which all have major data centre...

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