Monday , 27 March 2017


Data Centers in a Hyperscale Model: Making Computing Solutions More Scalable

Originally posted to Data Center POST,

By Mufassira Fathima, Content Writer, Allied Market Research

Mufassira FathimaThe emergence of unified, massively scalable computer infrastructure in the current decade has been both an outcome and a catalyst of a new era of computing. Hyperscale data centers are specifically designed to provision cloud computing and storage virtualization solutions, enabling applications like social networking, online gaming, and big data analytics. The rise in demand for open compute projects and energy efficiency, coupled with the need for organized and optimized IT infrastructure, has opened up new possibilities for growth in the industry.

Cloud-based startups and IT companies operating in the cloud are collaborating with public cloud service partners, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google, for both the maintenance of a distributed storage system, and to enable a reduction in the total cost of ownership of a data center. The Global Hyperscale Data Center Market report from Allied Market Research anticipates major potential for growth from the trends of social media networks, cloud computing, and big data. The global market is expected to earn a whopping $71.2 billion by the year 2022, supported by a CAGR of 20.7 percent during the forecast period 2016–2022. This clearly indicates the lucrative progress of the industry in the current decade.

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