Hyperscale Data Center Market to Reach USD 359.7 Bn by 2023, According to WinterGreen Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
02 May 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The value of the hyperscale data center sector is anticipated to amount to USD 359.7 billion by end-2023. The market exhibits astoundingly fast-paced growth. The expanding range of applications across diverse industry verticals, manufacturing, healthcare, retail, automotive, game, among others, is anticipated to stimulate the demand in the offing, converting the market into a trillion-dollar arena.
Cloud data centers are set to see immense growth as they substitute enterprise-level web server clusters with cloud computing and cloud 2.0 automated process computing. The incorporation of secure large computing capability in data center buildings promises economies of scale not comparable with today’s up-to-the-minute enterprise data center stand-alone server technology.
The main factors fuelling the market for cloud 2.0 mega data centers comprise cost benefits, expanding co-location services, requirement of data consolidation, and cloud. Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon data centers are in a class all alone, they have functioning self-recovering, fully-automatic, networked mega data centers; they automate enterprise application integration for any data in the mega data center.
Today’s data centers have a slew of entrenched equipment and culture. Capturing just over 85% of transaction data processing, mainframes function typically in a way detached from Internet traffic, although they do handle a portion of Internet data traffic.
Topical report “Data Center as A Bottleneck: Market Strategies, Analysis, and Opportunities” elaborated by WinterGreen Research provides an unbiased, comprehensive evaluation of the market for data centers.
The study sheds light on the major issues, including hyperscale data centers, scale, automation, cloud 2.0, automatic rules, cloud computing, push-button actions, open source container, container control system, cloud application integration, container, management system, worldwide IP traffic, mega data center, co-location shared infrastructure, data center architectures, power and data center fault tolerance, core routing platform, high-performance cloud computing, datacenter metrics, digital data, co-location, open source container control system, biggest data centers, cloud 2.0, and intelligent cloud segment, and much more.
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