2014 global data centre market report
By Paul Jayson and Anthony Day
Our inaugural report highlights the current key trends and themes in the global data centre industry and provides an outlook for the data centre market in 2014.
We asked people from across the industry (including data centre customers, investors, co-location providers, hosting services providers, telecoms providers, IT consultants, outsourcing providers, real-estate advisers, developers and owners) a series of questions about trends in the sector, how they see the outlook for the industry in the next 12 months, what the key concerns and challenges are, where the major opportunities will be and what they have learnt in the last 12 months…
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