Companies around the world process millions of information every day and traditional documentation to handle data is becoming increasingly impossible to do so making data centers very important. A data center is a facility where centralized computing and network devices collect, store, access, distribute, and handle large amounts of data. The facility has undergone significant technological improvements over the past half-century and is now referred to as a data processing center.
Datacenter comes from the existence of computers. The world's first computer was the ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer) built-in 1964 which was used to store coded defense data from the United States armed forces. Decades later appeared personal computers in the 1970s and 1980s. Similarly, the first servers started to appear handling increased requests for data processing. In the last five years, data processing has proliferated increasing more than threefold from 4.7 zettabytes in 2015 to 15.3 zettabytes in 2020. With the advent of cloud technology, it rose again to 92% in 2020 from the previous 82% in 2015.
Knowing the type of data center is important to get the best results according to the investment value. Different businesses require different types of data centers. Most organizations use one of the first three tiers because they are the most affordable for small businesses. Such a data center is the simplest in infrastructure and has a single line of electrical power, cooling, and several spare components. You need to know several data center standards, namely data center tier 1,2,3, and 4. Which data center suits your needs? please contact us at info[at]isc.id or +62-21 5296 2512.