Innovation is the new trend for the data center industry. With the emergence of new technologies, data centers need to evolve to support the demands and application deployments models such as IoT, cloud computing and other technologies set to become mainstream. As businesses are growing, they are demanding more from data centers. So now, the main objective of data centers is to be ‘smart’, which is they need to make use of modern techniques such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) that provide valuable insights to businesses via automation tools and enhanced decision-making skills.
Carrier-neutral colocation facilities
According to reports, cloud data centers will be main market player in the industry that will bring the stream of demands from businesses for advanced data center services with scalable, reliable and secure IT services. Organizations are finding solutions that makes use of latest virtualization techniques in a reliable. Colocation data center is progressing as the preferred solution.
Certain smart technologies such as augmented reality (AR) are not yet available in IT infrastructures, but data center service providers can offer more sophisticated set of offering by making use of new colocation trends, which is carrier-neutral edge colocation. This colocation is a sleek, streamlined, flexible approach to the IT facility needs of the new-gen enterprises. These data centers are more than just infrastructure with cooling abilities and supplying power. It is enabling businesses to improve on their potency and serve customers more efficiently. Furthermore, it promotes collaborative aspect that goes on to addresses challenges such as storage, bandwidth, scalability and cost.
IoT demands remote tools
With the growth of connected devices, data centers need to process the huge of amount of data efficiently. Traditional approaches seems mundane when it comes to processing extremely large amount of data and thus, data centers must make use of smart technologies that can provide IT managers with remote-control capabilities.
As the adoption of modern technologies increases, enterprises often fail to meet the growing cooling and power needs that comes along with the trend. Smart data center technologies can help reduce the constraints between IT facilities and infrastructure.