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1. Market Definition and Scope

1.1 Data Centre

A data centre is critical for enterprises operating in the today’s borderless world. Whether private or public, data centre is essential for hosting mission-critical applications and help organisations streamline information while enabling easy access to users and customers anywhere around the globe.

A data centre stores computer systems and associated components including a raised floor, backup power supplies, redundant data communication connections, environmental controls (such as, for air conditioning and fire suppression), and security devices.

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