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Schlattman Addresses Data Center Challenges in Asia-Pacific Region

With the demand for data centers growing in the Asia-Pacific region, it’s important for firms to get into the market quickly. But what challenges need to be overcome when speed-to-market is a factor?

Paul Schlattman addresses the multiple challenges in his On Target column “Going Vertical in the APAC Data Center Market” for Mission Critical magazine. He notes how the high price of land in Japan, Singapore and China spurs the need to go vertical, what type of design is best in a vertical prototype along with other insights.

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