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Prescient Data Centers unveils new revamped website

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Prescient Data Centers unveils new revamped website

Prescient DC recently launched its new website, showcasing enhanced services and solutions.

The company says that its data center is Northern Ireland’s first commercial carrier-neutral one, providing connectivity and other solutions for local, national and international digital infrastructure. According to Omdia research, the colocation data center market is projected to reach $65.2 billion by 2027.

Prescient’s new website highlights its security, safety, building management and cooling/power solutions. It also showcases its colocation, connectivity, support services, partners and leadership team details.

Doug Friend, the CEO of Prescient, says his company aims to deliver the best possible experience to both current and prospective customers of Prescient Data Centers.

“Through our new website, we clearly communicate our industry-leading services for our customers and those who are considering making Northern Ireland a home for their data,” Friend explains.

Prescient notes that its facility is located on the Atlantic Link Enterprise Campus. The company also explains that its data center’s location offers easy access to the UK, EU and North America. With proximity to transatlantic cable landing stations in Northern Ireland, it provides low-latency connections and is a hub for cloud services in the region.

Further, the company notes that its high-security data storage solutions are known for its reliability and resilience. Prescient says it works with businesses from small-scale to wholesale requirements to provide tailored data center services.

The Data Center Physical Infrastructure (DCPI) market has seen consistent double-digit year-over-year growth for five consecutive quarters, as reported by Dell’Oro Group.

As pandemic-induced orders decrease, the market is witnessing a surge in revenue growth driven by early AI deployments. Dell’Oro reports that certain vendors are securing orders for equipment tailored to large-scale AI workloads.

According to the same report, thermal management and power distribution are key factors driving product growth. The study also predicts that market growth rates will continue to exceed historical levels, fueled by the widespread implementation of AI.

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