Data Centers of the (Near) Future

| December 4, 2018

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As digital transformation projects take shape — 86 percent of organizations have already initiated or piloted tech changes to start their transformation journeys — the data center will need to keep up. How will the data center keep pace with everything from predictive analytics to 5G and everything in between? Check out our infographic below to find out what IDC predicts the next generation of data centers will look like:

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