DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hkkpq2/the_growing) has announced the addition of the "The Growing Appeal Of Modular Data Centers in Asia Pacific " report to their offering.
Major suppliers of data center equipment and complete' data center solutions are promoting the benefits of modular data centers in the Asia Pacific region.
A modular approach to data center construction implies the use of prefabricated modules or a modular approach to the deployment of data center infrastructure.
The modular elements within the data center architecture may include device modularity, subsystem modularity and module linkage. So far, module linkage is the most undeveloped aspect of the architecture.
Different industries have disparate needs for data center architecture, so it is essential for organizations to think qualitatively and quantitatively about their own modular units and hierarchy.
According to this industry research, interest in modular data centers in the Asia Pacific region, as evidenced by levels of investment in modular solutions. Despite this, regional organizations are studying and evaluating modular options rather than deploying them.
The major drivers for modular deployments are the potential for faster deployments and reduced capital costs, compared with traditional-build approaches. Vendors claim that modular designs enable CIOs to align data center capacity more effectively with growth in demand, as opposed to maintaining a large amount of under-utilized and expensive capacity.
Modular deployments have their drawbacks so may not always be the best option. Modularity is valuable only to the extent that it helps achieve standardization and scalability.
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