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The Redundant Urban Gridiron – The Hyperscale Architecture of the Future
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15 Jun 2020

The Redundant Urban Gridiron – The Hyperscale Architecture of the Future

Daan Terpstra
Daan Terpstra

The need for lower latency and data sovereignty compliance will shift more huge data centers to the suburbs of major cities such as Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam, Paris, Dublin and others. The need for better resiliency will result in redundantly connected availability zones and redundantly connected regions. The resulting architecture will be an Urban Gridiron, and the resulting digital economy will be fast, compliant and reliable.

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This article is part of a series in cooperation with Digital Infrastructure Network, covering some of the key ideas contained in the SDIA’s flagship report on the future of Digital Infrastructure: Utility of the Future – Where Digital and Energy Infrastructure combine. You can download the executive summary today and be notified when the report is released.

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