Tuesday August 4, 2020

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

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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