As growing demands fuel the need for greater capacity, hyperscale solutions are transforming the data centre market.
Hyperscale means rapidly achieving massive scale in data and cloud computing to store, process, and transmit data using large and flexible data centres. With facilities delivering IT power in megawatts, offering a gross site area typically inexcess of 10,000 m², hyperscale data centres provide the space, power, connectivity, and infrastructure - all housed in a secure environment for customers looking to scale up or down as required.
The demand for hyperscale data centres has grown significantly in recent years as a result of a number of key drivers:
Whether its autonomous cars, AI, IoT, AR or VR – many emerging technologies depend on vast amounts of data to function.
The demand for cloud computing infrastructure continues to grow at an exponential rate
The mobile industry continues to see huge growth in mobile internet and data consumption on a global basis.
Localised services are required to support the rapid adoption of OTT and video streaming services around the world.
The meteoric rise of social media platforms shows no sign of slowing. Scaling to meet demand remains crucial.
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