Omdia Blue Book of Next Generation Full-Stack Data Center

1. Lead the digital transformation of operators

With 5G, cloud computing, AI, big data, and other technologies gradually maturing after several years of development, various industries have quickly entered the era of interconnection. At the same time things are becoming more digitalized, connected, and intelligent, and both the depth and the breadth of cloud computing are growing rapidly.

2. Rearchitect the Data Center Through Fully Modular Design

Since the dawn of the 5G era, vigorous network constructions have triggered a lot of forward thinking about the future development of players in the digital industry. A huge number of applications and new industries have emerged with the enhancement of communication networks and repeated upgrade of digital devices.

3. Reduce PUE with a Green Energy-Efficient Solution

In countries where data center market is relatively mature, on average, 2%-3% of the national electricity is used to power data centers. Although the computing resource efficiency has been improved thanks to the technology advances and space increase with the construction scale of large and ultra-large data centers continues to grow in recent years, data center is still a major consumer of energy.

4. Fully Upgrade Computing Power to Address Data Upsurge

The development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has led the physical world to begin its wide-range and long-term digitalization journey. The digital connectivity market entered an explosive period, with the shipment of connected devices rapidly increase to 35 billion by 2030 compared with only 6 billion in 2014.

5. Improve Efficiency and Reduce Costs with Intelligent Operation & Maintenance

With the rapid development of digitization and network technology, more and more traditional industries embark on the digital transformation journey. This trend of the digitization across industries generates a range of data processing and storage requirements.