Ending Data Center Infrastructure Design Debt (DCIDD)
Help the Environment and Your Budget: Ditch Underutilization
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Transforming Enterprise Data Center Strategies
Traditional enterprise data center designs and operations have innate inefficiencies. Many types of commercial buildings face a radically different future from the one envisioned when they were first planned and constructed. In the data center sector, new approaches must be considered for enterprises to realize the maximum value from existing capital deployment.
That’s where the term Data Center Infrastructure Design Debt (DCIDD) comes in. Ending DCIDD is about addressing shortcomings that already exist in physical data center environments.
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