Powering the data centre into the future

With new data-centre builds on the horizon, does our ability to deliver adequate power into the future represent a risk to the industry?

4th October, 2015
Garry Connolly, president of Host in Ireland

It’s something we all take for granted — power. Yet power together with connectivity are the two most critical inputs to the data centre industry and arguably the important decision-making criteria for executives seeking a home for their digital assets.

“One of the big plus points for a lot of overseas clients is that we have what they classify as a very stable and clean electricity platform,” said Paul Kane, interim sales and...

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