With the advancement of technologies, we see innovative tools being used to improve productivity in corporate environments. Part of this advance is due to the adoption of new data centers, which are becoming more and more popular among companies.

With this in mind, Tracenet has prepared a complete article to explain to you what these centers are and why they are so important in this world we live in. Read on and find out!


First of all, data centers are important for companies mainly due to the acceleration of digital evolution. This means that it is essential to bring structures to these environments that support a large circulation of data.

It is in this context that data centers find themselves. They operate as a large host system for a business’s data and systems. It essentially serves to prevent any data from being lost during common everyday activities, keeping a company’s server 100% secure in the event of an emergency.

A data center is made up of physical and digital parts, being a technological center with the objective of maintaining security, connectivity and  a high level of data traffic.

This space can be deployed in small, medium and large locations, which only changes how complex the structure to be assembled will be. We always consider the needs of each business, so that at the end of the process, everything goes according to expectations.


Most of the time, a data center contains seven important components to support actions related to sending emails and other types of communication, file sharing, data storage and others. Check out the components below:

  • Physical Space – the space available for the data center application will determine the entire installation design of the equipment.
  • Power – for a data center to operate independently, it needs direct and quality power. This is done from the use of generators and nobreaks (voltage controller)
  • Telecommunications or Network – has the function of bringing connectivity and fluidity in the information transacted
  • Climate control: just as computers and other electrical devices need a specific temperature to operate, the same is true in this case. Climate control is indispensable to prevent high temperatures and for the service life of all the equipment.
  • Servers – Are made up of several high-performance machines with processors, memory banks, numerous software and operating systems to ensure a large amount of data processing.
  • Storage: is used to store the company’s data
  • Security: Use of layers to prevent cyber intrusions, this is one of the most vulnerable points of a data center.


Did you know that, despite being technologically current, with access points, routers, coolers, power generators and other equipment, the term Data Center has existed since the Cold War (1947-1991)?

That’s right, while the socialist and capitalist blocs were fighting each other, innovation was a great ally for both. In 1963, a large modern computer was developed, signaling that much more was yet to come.

The companies’ “favorites” therefore emerged in 1965, as a result of a plan from the United States. The initial idea was simpler, just to store data to be consulted later on computers.

Today, almost 60 years later, Google has already invested more than seven billion dollars in these spaces by the end of 2021. In addition, a February 2022 report by Dell’Oro Group points out that global spending on data center infrastructure is expected to grow by 10% in the coming years.

The tendency, with the advancement of the 5G connection, the internet of things and other human inventions, is that Data Centers become increasingly modern and efficient. Therefore, having the help of qualified professionals is essential when thinking about building a Data Center. Don’t be left out of this movement, get in touch and get your quote!