Can Cloud Computing Make Data Center Providers More Profitable?


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Cloud computing is the latest trend in the data center market. As per predictions it will reduce the data center costs by 38% in 2020.

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Can Cloud Computing Make Data Center Providers More Profitable?

  1. 1. Can cloud computing make data center providers more profitable?<br />Cloud computing has many advantages for the end users. But the real hot topic going around is, can cloud computing make data centers more profitable? Cloud computing incorporates virtualization, data and application on-demand deployment, Internet delivery of services and open source software to provide significant benefits. Through virtualization, cloud computing enables a dynamic data center where servers provide resources that are utilized on as-needed basis. Cloud computing can be provided using an enterprise data center’s own servers. Private clouds are built for the exclusive use of one client, providing the utmost control over data, security and quality of service. <br />There has been a remarkable growth in the cloud computing services in the last 5 years, in which applications in the cloud can replace out dated IT services, such as CRM file serving, messaging, data storage and more. A new report from Pike Research suggests the energy proficiency advantages of cloud computing are significant, and growth in the market will have an important impact on both energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The cleantech market intelligence firm forecasts that the adoption of cloud computing will lead to a 38% reduction in worldwide data center energy expenditures by 2020. As a part of it cloud computing adoption summary, Pike research has predicted that data centers will consume 139.8 terawatt hours (TWh) of electricity in 2020, a reduction from 201.8 TWh in 2010. The reduction will also cause a drop in the datacenters energy expenditure from $23.3 billion in 2010 to $16 billion in 2020, as well as effecting a reduction in GHG emissions from 2010 by a 28% by the end of the decade. <br />So as predicted by Pike Research the data center expenditures are going to get a drastic change in the decade and organizations will start to witness the cost-saving benefits, only when cloud technology is fully deployed in the enterprise space. To get it installed swiftly from ideation to implementation, CtrlS Cloud provides cloud computing infrastructure and services without the agony of huge funding and long term vendor contracts. The highlights of CtrlS Cloud are;<br /><ul><li>Load Balancing: Caches up to 4,000 pages per second on, increasing performance and reducing cost. 
  2. 2. Stability: 3 years of operating an Infrastructure as a service company makes CtrlS one of the oldest, if not the oldest, clouds. 
  3. 3. No Contracts: Come anytime. Leave anytime. 
  4. 4. Security: Enterprise class security that passed numerous Fortune 500 reviews. </li></ul>About CtrlS <br />With over 20,000 racks planned across India, CtrlS is the country’s first and only certified Tier 4 datacenter and is offering cutting-edge DR solutions to over a 100 large enterprises across verticals. CtrlS has invested a lot of time and effort in creating a fault tolerant datacenter which can guarantee an uptime of 99.995%, the highest in datacenter industry. To know more about DR on Demand and about CtrlS send us an email to or visit<br />Join us on Facebook and Twitter to stay updated on Datacenter related topics, trends, articles and blogs.<br /><br />!/CtrlSDatacenter <br />