Impatience Drives Data Centre Design in Europe

Bryn-Jones Bryn Jones March 15, 2017

I remember watching people traipse across the city like zombies when Pokemon Go was launched in 2016. Eyes glued to their screens, Londoners couldn’t wait to catch the next candy, stardust and lucky eggs. The demand for mobile data was 50 times more than initially predicted, according to Data Centre Dynamics.

This phenomenon was yet another wakeup call for our customers and organisations across Europe. They need to get up to speed quickly, especially when appealing to younger age-groups, who impatiently demand the latest technology at their fingertips at all times.

To deliver these expectations, organisations are reviewing all aspects of their IT infrastructure, including on-premise, colocation and cloud solutions. Changes in architecture will have profound implications on data centre networking and design. Check out my video to uncover trends in Europe and pop by our stand G32 at Data Centre World 2017 in London to see how CommScope can help.

About the Author


Bryn Jones

As the UK Sales Director for the CommScope enterprise solutions division, Bryn is responsible for driving end user sales and the channel within the UK as well as the development and execution of the UK strategy. Bryn is ultimately responsible for advising and supporting enterprise organisations to strategically plan for the future, ensuring that their corporate office and data centre will handle the emerging applications and demands of their future business needs. Bryn holds Bachelors, International Business degrees from Universidad de Cantabria and Derby University, as well as a Bachelor degree from East Carolina University.