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The Cloud Is Puffing Itself Up

Róisín Kiberd on the evolving nature of the fast-moving data storage sector

1st October, 2017
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With reports that the Irish cloud market is growing by 22 per cent per year, and news of Equinix’s €18.5 million investment in its Irish data centres (subsequent to it acquiring Telecity, Dublin, for €3 billion), cloud storage in Ireland is growing apace.

Possibly the biggest advantage to public cloud is that it’s pay-as-you-go: where once organisations had to think in terms of five-year investment, now they can add to their storage array one...

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