In this article, we analyze the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on data centres and global networks. We look at how the crisis is impacting supply, demand, new construction, and operations.
The Frost & Sullivan report indicates that the data centre market in India is predicted to expand at 9.9% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) from 2019 to 2024.
Given its uniqueness, tackling the impact of COVID-19 has been a gradual process for most businesses due to the lack of a set of metrics to help determine the full impact quickly and make response plans.
Due to the Covid-19 crisis, face-to-face meetings have become challenging, and users are utilizing technology such as virtual event tools as they offer many benefits.
Mobility brought the internet into the hands of the consumer. Social brought scale and inclusion. Cloud made everything easily accessible, and analytics helped make more sense of the data.
Currently, home to more than 80 third party data centers, India is witnessing significant investments by domestic and global data center companies owing to the incentives announced by the government.