Data's New Digs

Organizations around the World are Building Massive Storage Facilities

The world runs on data, exponentially growing amounts of data. It all has to live somewhere, so tech giants and internet service providers are launching projects to build massive new facilities. Construction in the global data center market is expected to hit US$69 billion by 2022, up from US$33.9 billion in 2015, according to The Insight Partners.
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