Devices for Data Centers

According to business information provider IHS, a decade of continued high growth of global network data center traffic shows no sign of abating anytime in the foreseeable future. The phenomenal rise in the popularity of smartphones and other mobile devices, social media and apps, streaming video, augmented and virtual reality – garnering new users, more devices per user and rising data usage per device – account for a significant boost in data center traffic. By 2020, analysts predict there will be 200 billion internet connected devices globally. Recent evidence suggests that the maturing consumer electronics markets may be just the tip of the iceberg. Growth rates for data bandwidth in cloud computing and machine-to-machine deployments are outpacing consumer data traffic and driving massive demand for high capacity data center infrastructure.

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