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Mac Pherson

“Data centers are no longer the size of mini-marts but instead are mega-marts like Rob Roy’s 2.2 million square foot Switch data center in Las Vegas...” – That sure is a monumental change for the IT industry. But these changes are becoming apparent nowadays. I can count big-name companies who are now investing in bigger data centers to house the large influx of data. Take Google and Facebook, for instance.

Pravin Kumar

Wow! these one is so big, can i know the name of this data center.

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Data centers are not a single thing, but rather, a conglomeration of elements. At a minimum, data centers serve as the principal repositories for all manner of IT equipment, including servers, storage subsystems, networking switches, routers and firewalls, as well as the cabling and physical racks used to organize and interconnect the IT equipment.

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