What is DC?


A DC, or data centre, is a facility where – usually – a large amount of computer systems, such as serves, sit to host data.

With the rise in data consumption and consequent generation of new data, data centres are becoming ever more a critical part of the world’s infrastructure.

Data sitting in these facilities covers pretty much all industries, from healthcare, to financial, from automotive to governmental data.

Critical components of a data centre site include good connectivity to both a strong power grid (if a private power generation infrastructure is not owned) and to telecommunications services, internet exchanges, etc.

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