By The Associated Press / By Nirmal Shah By AP, March 11, 2019 05:00:59A new market in data infrastructure, data centers, data services and data storage has been born.
The Indian data center market has witnessed several waves of growth, but this is the first time that this new sector is witnessing a multi-billion dollar growth.
It’s a testament to the growing value of the market, says Ravi Kumar, managing director at Ravi and Associates, a research and consulting firm that tracks the Indian data storage market.
The first wave of growth came in 2017, when the data center infrastructure market grew by more than 8 times to $11.4 billion, according to data analytics firm Infragent.
The second wave of Indian data centers came in 2018, with more than $8 billion in sales.
The third wave of data centers took off in 2019, with $5.5 billion in revenue.
Data storage, data networks and data services are essential elements of data and data center solutions, said Kumar.
These are the basic functions that are vital to the growth of any data center, he said.
Data centers need a physical space to store data, and the size of a data center has been increasing exponentially over the past few years.
Data center infrastructure is critical to meet these needs, and a new wave of market growth has emerged.
In the past, data center vendors had to build massive data centers to meet the needs of data center operators and to handle the growing demand for data center capacity.
The market has now become a marketplace for data centers.
Infragent says the market is worth more than 10 times more than it was in 2017.
It estimates that Indian data servers could supply $1.7 trillion in demand by 2020, which is more than twice the total demand for servers by the end of 2019.
The growth in data center demand has pushed up the price of data servers.
In the last 10 years, the data storage markets in the United States and Germany have experienced significant price increases.
It was the first wave, when data centers became too big to store.
As the volume of data increased, the price for data storage increased.
That pushed data center owners into bankruptcy, leading to a massive debt bubble in the U.S. and a massive run-up in prices.
Data warehouses were also hit hard by the global financial crisis and the 2008 economic crisis.
Data storage became a huge financial liability for data owners, which resulted in bankruptcy of many data centers and a reduction in the supply of servers to data centers in the world.
A new wave has begun to take off.
A new wave is emerging in India.
It has created an incredible opportunity for data developers in India, Kumar said.
There are so many opportunities for the growth in the data and storage market, and data companies are going to continue to see these opportunities.
Data companies are in a position to make money, he added.
This is why data centers are so important.
Data providers need to be able to offer data services.
The data center is an important part of the data infrastructure and the data services that are available in data centers should be of the highest quality.