There’s no such thing as being a single moment late. If a data center isn’t completed on time, it will be delayed for months or there will be serious consequences for other projects no amount of money can fix.
The phenomenon of the data center has played its full part in creating the interconnected and smaller world that we now find ourselves in. Data centers have a history going back to the mid-1940s when the first specially created computer rooms housed large military machines that were set to work on specific data tasks.
The industry has experienced rapid growth in recent years and demand is only going to increase as time goes on. Before this sudden expansion the market was relatively small. The workforce was appropriately matched to the size of the industry and people were never short of work.
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