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The top 5 data centre trends for 2019: Edge will drive change

Vertiv experts anticipate self-sufficient, self-healing edge in service of IoT and the emergence of 5G, as some of then top trends for data centres in 2019.

The edge of the network continues to be the epicentre of innovation in the data centre space as we move into 2019, with activity focusing on increased intelligence designed to simplify operations, enable remote management and service and bridge a widening skills gap.

This increasing sophistication of the edge is among the data centre trends to watch in 2019, as identified by Vertiv experts from around the globe.

“In this fast-paced sector very much predicated on the new, it is evident that a shortage of talent with specific skill sets is one of the imminent challenges we face as an industry,” said Giordano Albertazzi, president for Vertiv in Europe, Middle East and Africa. “Intelligent infrastructure management systems will help meet that shortfall, but there also needs to be an orchestrated effort by the private and public sectors to develop the breadth of skills required to address the disruptive changes ahead.”

 

Golden Saint Technologies builds on the profitable ICT business of its Singaporean subsidiary EMS Wiring Systems, which has been supplying governments and large private organisations with intelligent building solutions for the last 28 years. GST’s strategy is to develop solutions to meet the needs of the ICT industry, acting on the surging opportunities in the technology and innovation sectors – Data Centres, Intelligent Buildings, Smart Cities and the Internet of Things – and particularly targeting emerging markets where the demand for ICT infrastructure is rapidly increasing.

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Disclaimer: Statements in this article should not be considered investment advice, which is best sought directly from a qualified professional.