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It’s more than a trend, the growth of data exchange via NICTs (New Information and Communication Technologies) is a fundamental shift which began less than 10 years ago. The extraordinary growth of the Internet is a case in point: whereas it took radio some 38 years to gain an audience of 50 million people, the Internet took 4 years and Facebook just 2 years to reach this figure!
To meet these new demands and to confront the strategic threats which may emerge from climate change, internal system failure or cyber terrorism, the utilisation of secure data hosting services is becoming increasingly common: data centres.
In the future, data centres will flourish in business districts by offering companies, telecoms operators and the financial community high performance technical solutions which provide answers to their clients’ issues in the areas of security, electricity supply and connectivity.
With state of the art technology and highly secure infrastructures, they must be able to offer a stable physical environment benefiting from an uninterrupted power supply, including during periods of site maintenance.