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TSS Predicts Future Data Center Technology Trends in 2024

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  • Total Site Solutions (TSS) identifies key data center technology trends for 2024, including the adoption of modular data centers, investment in security and compliance, more energy-efficient and sustainable technologies, and addressing the skills gap in the industry.
  • The trends are driven by the transformative impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) on data centers and digital transformation.

Total Site Solutions (TSS) has identified key data center technology trends for 2024 that will have a significant impact on data centers, digital transformation, and the internet. These trends are driven by the explosive growth of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) and their impact on capacity and data compliance. TSS CEO Darryl Dewan highlighted the following key trends:

  • Adoption of Modular Data Centers: The modular data center market is expected to grow significantly due to scalability, flexibility, cost-effectiveness, and speed of deployment.
  • Investment in Security and Compliance: New technologies and innovations are changing the landscape of data protection, compliance, and data segregation.
  • Adoption of More Energy Efficient and Sustainable Technologies: Technology innovation is moving towards more sustainable processes to meet environment, social, and governance (ESG) requirements.
  • Addressing the Skills Gap and Need for Training: The data center industry is facing a skills gap, requiring professionals with specialized knowledge in AI, hyperscale solutions, modular technologies, and environmental considerations.

These trends reflect the increasing demand for data center technology, infrastructure, and talent driven by the modern digital world. Companies that can deliver rapid time-to-value and expertise in simplifying complexity will be the winners in 2024. TSS specializes in simplifying the integration and deployment of high-performance computing infrastructure and software, offering a comprehensive suite of Data Center Services to support the digital transformation needs of modern computing, data, and business operations.

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