A guide to deploying hyper-connected digital hubs
Data centres today are becoming hubs for global interconnectivity acting as gateways to the world's digital infrastructure. With the increased adoption of multi and hybrid cloud strategy, businesses today are turning to colocation facilities for the deployment of applications and services.
According to Grand View Research, the global data centre colocation market is expected to reach $104.77 billion by 2027, expanding at a CAGR of 12.9% from 2020 to 2027.
In a world that can change overnight, businesses will require colocation services that are flexible, fluid, and hyper-connected. Rather than looking at standard services such as remote hands and cross-connects, businesses should look for a colocation partner who is able to provide services beyond the facility.
In this eGuide, you'll learn:
- Colocation in the cloud-era
- Key considerations on why businesses choose colocation
- What makes colocation hyper-connected
- How to choose the right colocation partner for your business.