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Romania is the sixth most popular country for data centre investment, report shows

Romania ranks 6th in the top destinations in the datacentres market in Europe, while the Nordics and the Netherlands occupy the first positions, according to Savills new Data Centre Investment Index.

2018-06-19 11:53:27

The number of datacentres is multiplying to accommodate the surging demand for data storage. Thus, the need to have smaller scale domestic facilities to comply with data and privacy laws is set to lead to an uptick in activity across all of Europe.

Most of the world′s datacentres are currently based in the US, but also in the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands. However, this geographical distribution could well change soon.

Datacentres no longer have to be located close to their clients but can be located in countries where clean energy is abundant and cheap as long as connectivity is safe and fast. Data, after all, is the most mobile commodity on earth and datacentre service companies can choose where to locate their premise in order to reduce their operating costs.



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