Data centres: Racking up new business

Changing service demands and the rise of multicloud means data centres are having to rethink their role in the IT ecosystem

6th October, 2019
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According to the IDA, the economic contribution of data centres to the Irish economy since 2010 has been over €7 billion, a figure the agency will doubtless look to grow.

Although the fundamentals of data centres always stay the same – a highly connected facility with state-of-the-art power, cooling and security – the market is more nuanced than it might appear.

In fact, the pace of change has been relentless, fuelled by the technology that sits...

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