[VIDEO] The State of the Data Center Industry: Technology Implementations and Data Center Trends11 min read

by | Sep 4, 2019 | Blog

In today’s digital and always connected world, we have become increasingly dependent on technology in just about every aspect of our lives. Think about it… Whether it’s checking emails, logging steps, streaming shows, shopping, or simply reading a book, technology and the use of ‘connected’ devices is ingrained in our daily habits and routines. And while we see all of this as a simple click or swipe of a screen, these devices are transferring data in real-time and are connected to a cloud or data center somewhere where all of this information is stored and processed. You can imagine this puts a great demand on cloud and data center services.

So what does all of this mean? Well first of all, it means it’s good to be in the data center business. Secondly, it means there’s a great deal of change and innovation that is happening to meet the ever-increasing demand for quick and efficient data storage and processing. This is leading to trends like edge computing and data-driven services as well as accelerated implementation plans for things like flash storage and software defined networking (SDN), according to most recent AFCOM State of the Data Center Industry report.

Lastly, it means this is just the tip of the iceberg.

For more information on the findings from the report, check out Bill Kleyman’s recent webinar titled, The State of the Data Center Industry – Annual Report, part of our 4th Annual Airflow Management Awareness Month webinar series.

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