Thursday December 12, 2019

Data centres: Ever greater demands on our data centres

Always on is just for openers when more and more online business demands real time

1st March, 2015

We live today in an always-on, 24x365 world with anywhere, anytime ICT users. Essentially, that is the primary driver of the data centre market because the entire electronic world rests on the power of modern data centres, said Gary Watson, general manager for Ireland of Sungard Availability Services. “They are the engines of the internet where there is minimal tolerance of downtime. Availability is everything. Even well specified corporate data centres need to partner with...

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