A research done by experts from different areas in the data center has published a compilation of the 10 countries that are most conducive in building a data center.
Where is the best location to build a data center?
So, according to experts, the best regions in the world to build a data center are as follows:
Where is it worse to build a data center?
Unfavorable regions for building a data center are based on the following criteria:
- Access to reliable energy sources, taking the growth prospects of the power consumption (data center scalability) into account.
- The use of existing and emerging cleaner, renewable energy
- The possibility of free cooling
- The possibility of submarine cables,
- The presence of stable, scalable network resources
- Favorable conditions in the country as a whole (stability, security)
- The risk of natural disasters with their consequences,
- The project cost (capital and operating costs)
- Availability of human resources,
- Availability of vendors (The official representative of manufacturers of equipment).
The Result For 10 Worst Countries:
Papua, New Guinea
10 Worst Locations:
British Antarctic Survey Station, Halley
An interesting collection of unfavorable data center locations. Does any one have any desire to build a data center in Myanmar or somewhere on the slopes of Mount Etna?
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