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CW APAC, August 2021: Trend Watch on Datacentre Operations

The success of a modern business can depend on how it keeps its data. In this handbook, focused on datacentre operations in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at the most innovative methods being adopted to improve datacentre efficiency, Ascendas India Trust’s new datacentre campus and why Nautilus is turning to water-cooled facilities.

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