LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The growing demand for power-efficient, high-density servers has resulted in growth in the Global Micro Server Market, which is expected to post a CAGR of 37.45 percent from 2015-2019, says research firm TechNavio.
Traditional servers consume more power for operations than micro servers, which are precisely designed to process smaller workloads requiring minimal power consumption, thus minimizing costs.
The latest report by TechNavio emphasizes a growing awareness of green tech, which is encouraging IT managers to look to energy-saving devices. Micro servers promote greener data center facilities by reducing the energy, cost and space used in operations.
“Green data center infrastructure is really starting to catch on as a way to preserve the environment and save money,” says Faisal Ghaus, Vice President of TechNavio.
“The use of micro servers is crucial in creating greener facilities, advanced cooling techniques and improving server technology, which will ultimately improve the Global Micro Server Market.”
An increase in the productivity of compact devices like smartphones, tablets and wearable tech will also drive uptake of micro servers throughout the forecast period.
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