According to DCMA, the newest research report on the global data center market is expected to generate revenues of over $170 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of over 4% during 2018-2023. The global data center market is mainly dominated by colocation providers, followed by internet and cloud service providers. The US is one of the largest countries operating in the market, with around 300 colocation service providers. In terms of revenue, the global data center market is contributed significantly by IT infrastructure.
Key Topics Covered:
- Market definition – Overview of the global data center market
- Market segmentation – IT Infrastructure, electrical infrastructure, mechanical infrastructure, tier standards, general construction, and geography
- Market dynamics – Extensive study of the presence of market enablers, restraints, and trends
- Market size & forecast – Revenue of the global data center market
- 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 global data center market.
By Geography – The Americas is expected to reach the highest revenue of over $70 billion during the forecast period.
In the Americas, the market is dominated by the US with around 90% share, followed by Latin America and Canada at around 6% and 4%. The US is witnessing increased adoption of lithium-ion UPS systems, DRUPS, and fuel cells in data centers. Around 60%−65% of data center area development in the US is by colocation providers, where the percentage is over 80% in Canada and Latin America.
By IT infrastructure – The network infrastructure segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR around 4% during the forecast period.
Network infrastructure in data centers mainly includes the use of Ethernet switches at three major locations inside the facility: top of the rack, aggregation, and core. In the last decade, there were several innovations surrounding the network space in the data center. The increase in the data traffic is increasing the complexity both on the internet and the external data center network.
By Tier standards – The tier III segment is expected to grow at the highest revenue of over $25 billion during the forecast period.
These data centers cost at an average of $780 per square feet since they are being designed with flexibility and built with minimum 2N redundancy across critical infrastructures such as PDUs and UPS systems. The cost of tier 3 facilities is also higher because of the increased construction of such data centers in developed countries, higher labor cost, and nominal increase in raw material cost for greenfield developments across few countries.
- HPE, Cisco, Dell Technologies, IBM, and Huawei are major IT infrastructure providers. ABB, Eaton, Rittal, Schneider Electric, STULZ, Vertiv, Caterpillar, and Cummins are major support infrastructure providers. AECOM, DPR Construction, HDR Architecture, Holder Construction, Jacobs Engineering Group, Mercury Engineering, and M+W Group are major facilities operators of the global data center market.
Other prominent vendors –
- Arista, Atos, Broadcom, Extreme Network, Hitachi Vantara, Inspur Group, Inventec, Juniper, Lenovo, NEC, NetApp, Oracle, Pure Storage, Quanta Computer, Super Micro Computer, Wistron, Airedale Air Conditioning, Alfa Laval, Altima Technologies (NetZoom), Bosch Security Systems (Robert Bosch), Condair Group, Delta Group, GE, Legrand, Nlyte Software, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, MTU On Site Energy, Socomec Group, Trane (Ingersoll Rand), Arup Group, Cap Ingelec, Corgan, CSF Group, Fluor Corporation, Fortis Construction, Gensler, Gilbane Building Co., Jones Engineering Group, KKR Investment Group, Morrison Hershfield, Mortenson Construction, Structure Tone, Syska Hennessy Group, and Whiting-Turner Contracting.
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