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The power requirements for IT physical infrastructure, from cooling to back-up power systems, are increasing budgets tremendously — cooling alone can account for 40 percent of the data center’s total costs.
Successful cases of digitally transformed data centers are emerging around the world. These new data center models are driving digital transformation through innovative and resilient systems that are cost-effective, fully integrated, and dependable in the cloud and at the edge. These digitally transformed data centers are also able to be deployed 20 percent faster thanks to their modular design.
Data centers are the beating heart of digital transformation, and Schneider Electric is driven to accelerate this revolution. As businesses digitize operations, products, and services, their success increasingly depends on reliable service providers. Without data centers, cloud facilities, and colocation sites, digital transformation simply can’t happen.