Data center upgrade strategy: Why choosing high-quality hardware technologies is vital

Antoine Harb, Team Leader, Middle East and North Africa at Kingston Technology highlights that is extremely important to upgrade data centers and optimise them with quality hardware technology 

Antoine Harb, Team Leader Middle East and North Africa at Kingston Technology

In an age when data is considered the new currency, the upbeat outlook on the data center industry has remained consistent. Globally, the value of the data center sector is expected to reach USD 517.17 billion by 2030 as estimated by an Allied Market Research report .

Robust enterprise-level demand is one of the factors driving this growth and optimism. The steady implementation of technologies such as 5G, edge computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT) will further boost the demand not only for higher data capacities but for faster data communication and networking as well.

Looking at the trends, upgrading data center infrastructure is critical. Needless to say, the industry should evolve— with data storage facilities continuously being updated— to address the expected data inundation and the increasing requirements for faster and more flexible data centers with minimum downtime.

Choosing the right hardware technologies makes a huge difference when upgrading your data centers. You may not be able to fully maximize the benefits of 5G and IoT, for instance, if the hardware of your data center cannot handle the volume and speed associated with these cutting-edge technologies.

This is where fast and reliable memory and storage solutions, including solid-state drives (SSDs), come in. The solutions are key to maximizing your existing data center infrastructure by helping accelerate its performance and maintaining its reliability with less service interruption.

A range of storage and memory configurations is available in the market today to address diverse system specifications and workload demands. Kingston Technology’s Enterprise SATA 3.0 and NVMe Data Center (DC) SSDs, for example, are among the top-notch hardware products accessible to companies that are specific to data centers. These solutions are designed to meet workloads that require a balance of high random read-and-write IOPS performance.

Enterprise-grade hardware technologies are specifically developed to manage workloads arising from the rollout of AI, 5G, and other next-generation technologies. They are fundamental to fast-tracking the performance of data centers by ensuring faster responses and a more enhanced speed.

Using advanced hardware solutions designed for data centers is necessary to achieve a high level of service and operational efficiency. When deployed, they can help optimize your existing data center infrastructure to deliver the best outcomes.

Undoubtedly, one should go for reliable high-performance, low-latency solutions built for data centers and efficient client systems. This way, you get to optimize the benefits and enjoy stability and long-term reliability.

Amid the need to store and handle more significant amounts of data, modern memory and storage technologies now play an important role in today’s highly connected society.

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