Increased Power Consumption Driving Adoption of Green Data Centers
Green network devices are expected to form a significant portion of the overall data center network equipment market soon.
- (1888PressRelease) March 09, 2011 - London, UK -- Organizations need high density computing in data centers to optimize performance. Subsequently power consumption has shot up which in turn has created the need for green data centers. Green network devices are expected to form a significant portion of the overall data center network equipment market soon.
Cost savings may take a back seat with overall efficiency of the data center and reduced power usage becoming key factors. The US market for green data centers is expected to reach $10.68 billion by 2014.
Cloud based data centers based on infrastructure as a service (IaaS) model is fast catching up. These cloud based data center solutions enable deployment of real time infrastructure architecture while allowing for faster data recovery services. The pay per use option remains a popular feature. The market has also been witnessing several organizations opting for a hybrid of private and public clouds.
Key Market Trends:
- Data center automation becoming more consolidated and virtualized
- Mobile Ethernet switch ports and other devices have begun supporting many features and performing advanced tasks
- Emerging trends include system-level automation in data centers
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