The data center industry has lagged behind the curve when it comes to digital innovation, still relying heavily on human interaction to gather details, make decisions and perform tasks. This is changing with the introduction of institutions like the QTS Innovation Lab (QIL). Designed to quickly and scientifically evaluate new concepts, the lab is working to progress data center capabilities.
Rapidly evolving business needs and customer expectations have upped the ante when it comes to efficiency, productivity, cost control and an unlimited number of other business drivers.
Integrating artificial intelligence, machine learning and predictive analytics, QIL takes already-digitized data center information and sculpts it to deliver realtime, forward-thinking capabilities that forecast and automate data center operations. QIL’s accelerated process works to deliver dynamic innovations poised to change the way users interact with their environments.
To meet the challenges of a fast-paced climate, businesses are demanding realtime, on-demand access to key business details. The good news is that the data is out there.
This new white paper from QTS explores in detail how data centers are ripe for digital innovation.