Predictions for 2022: Digitising the design and build of data centres
Data centre capacity will continue to grow at both the core and edge-driven by digital acceleration and enabled by high capacity networking 4/5/6G and WiFi 6, writes Steven Carlini, Vice President, Innovation and Data Centre, Schneider Electric.
Updated December 14, 2021 / Original December 14, 2021
Vice President, Innovation and Data Centre, Schneider Electric
December 14, 2021 | 4:06 PM GMT
Data centres have become the very heart of the digital economy, and critical to our ever more digitised way of life. As we adapt to a new and hybrid world, greater innovation will be necessary to help overcome many of the remaining challenges, including the need for increased sustainability, more efficient use of energy, and for our industry to meet accelerated demands for capacity. Let’s take a closer look at five trends that are influencing the direction of data centres.
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