According to DCMA, the newest research report on the data center construction market in US is expected to generate revenues of over $3 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of over 4% during 2018-2023. The data center market in US witnessed an addition of more than 100 new data centers, covering 10 million square feet of space and power consumption of 1 GW in 2017. The investments by hyper-scale operators were identified across the US, with several vendors focusing on mid-western and western data center market regions such as Iowa and Oregon.
Key Topics Covered:
- Market definition – Overview of the data center construction market in US
- Market segmentation – Type, tier standards, and geography
- Market dynamics – Extensive study of the presence of market enablers, restraints, and trends
- Market size & forecast – Revenue of the data center construction market in US
- Porter’s Five Force Analysis – Highlighting the competitive scenario of the market and Recognizing the success of the market strategy
- Competitive Scenario – Information about mergers and acquisitions and strategic collaborations
- Vendors – Profiling of leading vendors and other prominent vendors in terms of strategy, strengths, and weaknesses
- Takeaways– Offers key recommendations and suggestions for vendors and significant service providers for the data center construction market in US.
By Geography – Southeastern US is expected to reach the highest revenue of around $1 billion during the forecast period.
The data center construction market by Southeastern US comprises states such as Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Florida. Virginia is one of the leading data center markets in the US, and the investment in data centers in the state runs in billions because of its strategic location and strong fiber connectivity. The other benefits include the cheap availability of power and low tax incentives.
By Type – The DCIM segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR around 15% during the forecast period.
DCIMs in data centers comprise features such as asset management through the inventory of assets and lifecycles and maintenance requirements. The capacity management feature aids in identifying power and cooling requirements per rack or for the overall data center level. The number of features in DCIM software is growing with predictive and perspective analysis integration. This DCIM software has brought significant savings to OPEX of data centers, thereby reducing power consumption and decreasing carbon emission of facilities. Data center operators are also using their self-built DCIM solutions such as Switch, RangingWire, and BaseLayer.
By Tier Standards – The Tier III segment is expected to grow at the highest revenue of over $1.5 billion during the forecast period.
A tier 3 data center has minimum N+1 redundancy in power and cooling infrastructure with around 1.6 hours of annual downtime and availability of 99.982%. The general construction of tier III data centers will comprise sustainable designs to reduce power consumption and carbon emission of these facilities. The infrastructure components in tier III facilities are concurrently maintainable. The investment in these tier III facilities is about $750 per square feet.
- Major construction contracts – Turner Construction, Holder Construction, DPR Construction, Jacobs Engineering, Corgan, AECOM, and Syska Hennessy Group
- Major physical security and DCIM providers – ABB, Assa Abloy, Bosch Security Systems (Robert Bosch), Honeywell International, Nlyte Software, Schneider Electric, Siemens, SimplexGrinnell (Tyco International), Sunbird Software, and Vertiv.
Other prominent vendors –
- Clune Construction, Fluor Corporation, FM Engineering, Fortis Construction, Gensler, Gilbane Building Co., HDR, Hensel Phelps, HITT Contracting, Hoffman Construction, Je Dunn Construction, Morrison Hershfield, Mortenson Construction, Structure Tone, Whiting-Turner Contracting Co, Allegion, Axis Communication, Cisco, Cormant, Digitus-Biometrics, Eaton, EMKA Group, FNT, Geist: Environet, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology, Intel DCM, Modius, Optimum Path: Visual Data Center, Panduit, Rackwise, and Vigilent.
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