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Clean energy efforts have doubled in the South-pacific Asian region according to recent reports

Clean energy efforts have doubled in the South-pacific Asian region according to recent reports

It is quite evident that the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has forced almost every major corporation to increase its digitalization effort. A sudden surge in remote working and online schooling has propelled the mobilization of cloud computing. Many industries were affected by this sudden shift, and sectors around the world were in distress. Now that the air is cleared, the focus has shifted towards data centers as they are responsible for the huge amount of cloud computing. The Asia-Pacific region is expected to be one of the biggest markets for data centers by the end of 2021. An estimate suggests that the global data center market will reach a whopping $28 billion in size by 2024. Eco-Business and Digital-realty have given a joint report that the Southeast-Asian region is all set to represent 13 percent of the global market.

Data centers are now proving to be the central nervous system of the current economy. The profile is high with more scrutiny than ever before. The industry is concerned with the mounting pressure and heavy consumption from users because they are finding it difficult to meet the demand. The world is constrained by climate change, and people are also aware of the efforts the companies put into delivering clean output

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