July 28, 2021 – Though the data center industry was already booming, the COVID-19 pandemic only exacerbated the demand for data centers. Just three out of 10 white-collar employees are now working at the office in 10 major U.S. cities, according to data from Kastle Systems. That shift to remote work has increased data center demand.
But that’s not the only trend in play for this booming sector.
The virtual health care industry is expected to continue to grow, which puts more emphasis on data center construction, according to the AIM report. In addition, as more and more IoT devices use the internet to connect and share data with one another, more data centers are needed to move the information.
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