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At the GERMAN DATACENTER ASSOCIATION, we promote the interests and special needs of data centre operators to policy makers, the media and society at large.

We represent our members – operators and owners of data centres of all sizes – on relevant committees on legislation, regulations, rules, standards and political issues. Our long-term aim is to improve the general conditions for data centre operation in Germany on a lasting basis.

Data Center Outlook 2021

Big Data = Big Business?

The growing demand for modern data centers is increasingly attracting real estate investors: The recently published study by the GERMAN DATACENTER ASSOCIATION and PriceWaterhouseCoopers revealed that 41 percent of respondents would like to invest in data centers within the next two years. There are also interesting findings on the German data center landscape: With the requirements of Industry 4.0 and growing volumes of latency-sensitive data, edge is continuing to make inroads. A great potential is evident in the efficient use of waste heat.

Data Center Outlook 2021

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