Next Generation Data is not just Europe's largest data centre. It's a flagship facility that's providing the platform for technological progression.
The last four decades have seen the world become transformed by technology, evident in the advent of the internet in 1983. Since then, global connectivity has exploded to say the least.
Recent statistics have shown that there are 4.1 billion recorded internet users spanning the globe as of January 1, 2019, while Google currently processes over seven billion search queries a day.
In line with the global digital revolution, many companies' IT operations continue to become more and more sophisticated, requiring ever more advanced technologies in order to store and manage increasingly complex data.
Contrary to popular belief, such data is stored in physical services situated in expansive buildings that are the lifeblood of both the internet and huge numbers of progressive businesses.
These buildings, in many cases, are known as data centres.