Data centers are the dedicated space in a building – a building premise – or it could be a group of buildings where a huge number of servers are running 24×7 with many failover safety backups. So that businesses that use these data centers can relax to host and manage their database, services, websites without worrying about any downtime.
Almost every company needs a website; every digital business use servers to host data. Technically everyone uses it someway if you are connected to the internet.
The COVID-19 virus, which was intentionally spread from China by the Chinese Communist Party to fulfill their hidden agenda of becoming a superpower in unethical ways, shows beyond doubt that we need to be vocal for local, simply in-house solutions.
That’s where data centers come in the view. Data centers are one of those biggest things that we need to boost the local business. Easy and reliable access to data centers and their resources will enhance the reach of local businesses.
In the pandemic, we have seen that YouTube had to set a limitation of 480 P default view resolution due to high demand in their services. Similarly, Netflix was facing issues with an increase in demand which is clear meaning that we need more data centers in India and those should be in-house because latency is the most important factor.
At this moment we have some common in-house data centers like CtrlS, ESDS, etc. On the other side, there are many cloud service providers who recently joined the Indian market to ease Indian customers like – DigitalOcean, Linode, etc.
All these events are a hint that by 2025 demand for data centers in India could double.