A data center is a physical facility that houses computer servers and networking equipment. Data centers are powered by continuous power supply, power backup, internet connections, air conditioning and security features . In simple terms, it is the nerve center for the successful functioning of a computer network. Data centers are varied in size - from single room data-centers in small organizations to large scale industrial data centers of global internet majors like that of Google.
In the early days, data centers were either built for the sole use of one large company, or as carrier hotels or Network-neutral data centers. However things have changed today and many data centers are run by Internet service providers solely for the purpose of hosting their own and third party servers. These facilities enable interconnection of carriers and act as regional fiber hubs serving local business in addition to hosting content servers.
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