Demand for Hyperscale Data Centers Is On the Rise, Says KBV Research in Its New Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com07 Oct 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Hyperscale data center provides both single and largely expandable compute architecture. Meantime, the architecture (built from small, individual servers, “nodes”) offers networking, computing and storage solutions.
Hyperscale data center is recognised as very economical technology, thus, it is perfect solution for low investment approach. Another benefit is that along with increasing demand novel nodes can be easily added to the existing infrastructure.
During the past several years, the demand for hyperscale data centers has registered unprecedented growth. Many large companies, like Google and Amazon, have already implemented hyperscale data centers.
Efficiency is the main factor in the context of hyperscale data center: numerous nodes are incorporated in the hyperscale data center’s architecture and any error in design can be disastrous and can have remarkable impact on the computation cost. Moreover, the layout, power, networking and HVAC also have impact on the computation cost.
New report “Global Hyperscale Data Center Market (2016 - 2022)” by KBV Research sheds light on the current scenario in the world’s hyperscale data center market. It reviews the adoption trends, examines the market segmentation in detail, explores the key applications, touches upon the market growth influencing factors. The report investigates the situation across the major geographical markets, uncovers reliable statistics, estimates the markets shares and growth rates. The research study explores the competitive environment and profiles key market players (IBM Corporation, HP Enterprise Company, Cisco Systems, Microsoft Corporation, Google, Intel Corporation, Amazon.com and SAP SE). in addition, the report presents an all-round future outlook for the hyperscale data center market up till 2022.
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