02-24-09 | Blog Post
STAMFORD, Conn., November 29, 2006 — Organizations are increasingly deploying more computing power, but, by 2008, 50 percent of current data centers will have insufficient power and cooling capacity to meet the demands of high-density equipment, according to Gartner, Inc.
Two years ago, Gartner made the above shocking prediction … then it turned out to be true. CIOs and IT Managers are maxing out their data centers as Moore’s law plays out – twice as fast, twice as much power, half the space, every 18 months.
In today’s economy, IT executives are left with a difficult set of decisions:
With limited capital to invest in data centers and the pressure to reduce costs, Many CIOs are considering how they can expand their data centers through co-location with an experienced managed datacenter operator.