Data centers power the global economy. They house the systems, equipment, applications and data that make it possible to do business in the modern world.
What is a Data Center?
In the simplest of terms, a data center is any facility that houses centralized computer and telecommunications systems. It can be as small as a tiny server closet or a large standalone building with hundreds of thousands or even millions of square feet of space. Another option is a modular data center, a self-contained integrated unit often housed in a shipping container for portability and scalability.