Dutch Data Centre Market Pricing Discussed in New Tariff Consultancy Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com02 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The Netherlands’ data centre market is forecast to increase capacity from 289,000 square metres in 2012 to more than 398,000 square metres of third party raised floor space available by 2017-end, representing an increase of about 39% over a five-year period. Meanwhile, the average standard retail Dutch rack space pricing is likely to grow by just over 5.3% during 2012-2017 to reach EUR 772 per month by 2017.
In the European region, the Dutch data centre market is likely to maintain the forth position, just falling behind the UK, Germany and France. The Dutch market keeps on witnessing keen price competition with data centre providers discounted prices and promotions for new facility space.
New research report “Data Centre Pricing Netherlands – 2012 report” drawn up by Tariff Consultancy provides a unique overview of data centre pricing for the Dutch market.
Based on a survey of some 78 Dutch data centre facilities from 42 data centre providers, the study gives information on the key data centre segments – carrier based, carrier neutral and premium data centres in the country. Metrics measured in the report include raised floor space, standard retail rack space pricing, bundles of kW, pricing per kW of power, and pricing per square metre of raised floor space. Furthermore, the research report offers a five-year forecast for average pricing, with average utilization and revenue levels for the Dutch data centre market though to 2017.
Data Centre Pricing Netherlands – 2012 report
Published: October, 2012
Price: US$ 2.400,00
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More new research reports by the publisher can be found at Tariff Consultancy page.