Data centers are facilities in which servers and other computer hardware are housed. The following two reports take a closer look at the global data center liquid cooling and data center power markets.
Data centers live up to their namesake by featuring hardware on which data is stored. According to Wikipedia, the data center "boom" occurred during the dot-com bubble in the late 1990s, during which companies saw a need for increased data storage. This prompted many companies, both big and small, to seek the services of data centers.
The equipment used in data centers does more than just store data, however.
While data storage is its primary function, it's also used to provide cloud computing services. This, of course, is something that's become particularly common in the past few years. Cloud computing allows users to take advantage of computer hardware that's hosted in a remote facility, such as a data center. The hardware simply uses its power to deliver the computing and processing needs of the client or customer. According to RightScale's State of the Cloud Survey, 89% of companies use cloud computing.
The Global Data Center Liquid Cooling …ional Survey 2017 report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global data center liquid cooling market. Featuring 106 pages while covering both current and future prospective scenarios, it analyzes the market from all angles. The report concludes with a feasibility assessment of new investment projects in the data center liquid cooling market.
Some of the key data center liquid cooling vendors profiled in this report include Asetek, Rittal Gmbh And Co. Kg, Emerson Electric, Schneider Electric, Bm Corporation, Green Revolution Cooling, Midas Green Technologies, Allied Control, Green Data Center, Horizon Computing Solutions and others.
The Global Data Center Power Market Pr…ional Survey 2017 report by The Market Reports is a professional analysis of the global data center power market. All computers and electronic devices require power to operate. Data centers, however, are particularlly power hungry -- and this is the basis on which this report is made. It offers insight into the way in which data centers are powered, including relevant information like costs, revenue, market drivers, challenges, growth rate, trends and more.
This report segments the data center power market by several criteria. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into AC power supply and DC power supply. On the basis of end-user application, the market is segmented into telecom and IT, banking and financial, government and other. Finally, the report segments the global data center power market by geographic region, focusing specifically on North America, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan and India.
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