Data Center


A data center is a facility that houses computer systems, such as servers, storage devices, and network equipment, used to store, process, and manage large amounts of data. They are essential for running various online services like websites, cloud computing, and data storage.

Why it matters

Data Centers host the infrastructure that powers online services and cloud computing. They enable companies to access and manage vast amounts of data quickly and efficiently. Security and redundancy are also vital, as any failure can lead to significant downtime or data loss for businesses and services.