Before 2022, it would be common to see high-speed internet access all the time, and performance of quality colocation Vietnam is also too.
The growing presence of Internet of Things (IoT) applicaitons will increase the need on data center (DC). By 2020 or so, the parents have to teach their children the meaning of being offline. The prevalence of broadband could be so extensive that losing connection to the internet could mean something more serious than losing power for kids.
Possible threats to DCs
Electromagnetic (EM) pulses might be the greatest risk that futuristic DCs may face, but it is an overlooked aspect today. No one knows what impact high levels of EM pulses could have.
As a defence, the probability of EM pulses being utilized against a DC is just a small likelihood and credibly security will still be a big threat to uptime.
The needs could also originate from other workforce changes, including a move from the conventional manual work to increased automation at almost all levels. Such intelligence is likely to be an important part of almost every business and this will have to be borne by the DC’s functioning.
Such high levels of automation could affect the IT workforce. However, “the IT professionals working in DCs need not be concerned about their job security anytime soon”, said Rogers. “As we automate some of the basic tasks in the DC, you will have time to do those other things”, he further stated.
So, it is quite obvious that the futuristic DCs would be expected to fetch maximum up-time, and the pressure would only mount up on the DC providers as Internet of Things and connected devices would only try to achieve perfection in just about everything in this industry. Let’s wait and watch when we would manage to get all those unreal stats and near-perfectionism in the hosting industry.