Datacenter or Data Center
Either is correct and refer to the same thing. A Data Center (Datacenter) is a large facility used to house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems. It generally includes redundant or backup power supplies, redundant data communications connections, environmental controls (e.g. air conditioning, fire suppression) and various security devices.
Data centers house the large group of networked servers that make up what we call the Internet. They improve efficiency and scalability thru technologies such as IoT (Internet of Things), virtualization applications, and Cloud computing.
Data centers are the brain of any organization whose goal is to deliver the optimum quality of services to their valuable customers where powerful servers are housed to perform all of a business's complex and critical operations such as processing business transactions, storing emails, storing website data, and instantly delivering large amounts of data to their clients.
Data Center Main Components
Datacenters are designed according to the needs/requirements of a particular organization in a well-constructed and safe building. At a minimum they include the following components:
• Backup Power
• Environment Monitoring
Why Datacenters are Important
They reduce the costs of a dedicated server room, improve security, include backup power supplies, temperature-controlled space, 24/7 supervision, and cybersecurity tools.