Aegis Data, colocation data centre provider, will be highlighting the need for data centres to capitalise on the growth of virtual reality at this year’s Cloud Expo Europe, taking place 15-16th March at the ExCeL centre in London. Aegis, who will be on Stand 960, has stressed the importance of the data centre market looking into the latest technologies in order to sustain the high-power requirements of next generation technologies.
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2016 saw the year virtual and augment reality really came into the mainstream. With the commercial sales of Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and other VR headsets, as well as the huge worldwide success of Pokémon Go. Delayed in its UK launch due to the hosting servers not being able to sustain the power demands being placed upon it, Pokémon Go is a prime example of the power-consuming technology that data centres are unprepared for.