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What does Virtual Reality Mean for Data Centers
As digital transformation continues to grow, and move ahead, the value of Virtual Reality (VR) will keep on rising. With planning, facilities, and operations, companies can manage digital twins of assets, jump between locations across the globe, manage and troubleshoot, train new employees in the virtual environment. This reduces the number of physical visits which is required and makes it very easy to get details on equipment, company needs, and its status. Due to this reason, there are a growing number of vendors trying to leverage in on the trend.
VR has also been implemented as a competitive recruiting tool for athletes, research scientists, students, and also various other industries. The same can also be applied when trying to reach professionals seeking the best data center for their requirements. The use of VR at data centers is increasing rapidly, and it will get even more efficient to accelerate sales process and make it easier to track assets and provide access to new employees, and clients and prospective clients what they need in an intuitive visual format.
Data centers are planning and preparing for the constant rise in need which will only increase as IoT grows and companies accelerate their digital transformations. With the help of VR, planned or under construction domains can be profiled years before its completion. VR also has many applications within the data center industry from logistics to marketing and sales, facilities, and profiling future building and new spaces will also be soon available for clients.