TechNavio today launched its report on the Global Green Data Center Market 2010-2014.
London, UK, October 29, 2011 -- TechNavio today launched its report on the Global Green Data Center Market 2010-2014. The report, which is based on an in-depth study of countries in the Americas and in the EMEA and APAC regions, aims to aid decision makers understand the key trends impacting this market.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from TechNavio’s Date Center team said, “The Global GDC market is witnessing the integration of server cooling with the rack structure for more effective cooling. Many enterprises are also adopting other sources for cooling, for instance Google is using sea water cooling and evaporative cooling. Enterprises are also adopting a modular GDC design to further reduce the operating cost and provide more effective cooling methods.
According to the report, the need to reduce energy consumption and operational expenditure is the main driver of the Global GDC market. Also, with enterprises becoming more concerned about “going green”, they are adopting GDC to reduce their carbon footprint and generate less heat than that of the traditional data center. Moreover, by virtualizing GDC, enterprises are reducing storage equipment cost and energy consumption. The report also discusses how the rapid evolution of technology is leading to delay in the purchase of data centers and how this might affect market growth.
The contents of this report are based on research conducted on an objective combination of primary and secondary sources, including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key players.
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