- Henk Ijspeerd, Vertiv
How are data center requirements for the retail sector changing and what’s driving this?
The era of e-commerce, IoT-powered cashierless stores, and even virtual retail through the metaverse has coincided with the sector growing more reliant on data centers. As the consumer grow more accustomed to retail personalization and rapid last mile delivery from online orders and smart shelves, and advanced integrated POS systems in brick and mortar stores, the technology backbone needed to facilitate this requires more storage space and compute power than ever before.
In this new vertical broadcast, we ask how the data center requirements for the retail and logsitics sector are changing and what major factors are driving this?
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