India Takes the Lead amid 10 Emerging Data Centre Markets, States Tariff Consultancy in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
28 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Data Centre markets are increasingly growing into regional clusters with their proper connectivity ecosystem. Higher densities of energy per m2 are being made available, with increased specifications of Data Centre facilities set up to be suited to the requirements of cloud computing. Novel Carrier Neutral Data Centre facilities are expected to be developed as IT sector reaches maturity.
All in all, emerging country markets are expected to capture more than 700 MW of Data Centre Customer Power (DCCP) and more than 500,000 m2 of Data Centre raised floor space in total in 2016.
A number of countries are presently developing novel Data Centre facilities within the constraints of a broader government strategy of enabling national connectivity and hosting, with private data to be housed on the country’s territory. Thus, in September 2015, the Government of the Russian Federation enacted a law to guarantee that all private digital data will be kept within the country. And government-owned Rosenergyatom has announced its intent to construct a big facility in Eastern Siberia, and En+ Group Ltd., within the context of a consortium with investors from China, has announced that it is planning to construct a novel facility North of Moscow.
India is the biggest Data Centre market amid the countries discussed, with over 200,000 m2 of Data Centre raised floor space projected by 2016-end. The better half of India’s Data Centre capacity is located in Data Centre clusters around Bangalore and Mumbai, although clusters are also appearing in the cities of Pune, Chennai, New Delhi, Hydrabad & Kolkata.
New market research report “Data Centre Emerging Markets 2016 to 2019” developed by Tariff Consultancy covers around 200 Data Centre rack space providers with close to 353 Data Centre facilities examined across the 10 nations. It includes an analysis of Data Centre operators in the pertinent country to present a total baseline Data Centre raised floor capacity and DCCP, and with pricing for each national marketplace. The publication contains a forecast for each country market for the next five years based on the projected growth of space capacity, Data Centre equipped levels of utilisation and price hikes in Data Centre stock through to 2020. Five-year forecasts of Data Centre raised floor capacity and DCCP are offered for each national market. Furthermore, the study provides forecasts of Data Centre rack space and m2 pricing in 2016, along with five-year forecasts of rack space pricing and per m2 suite pricing and capacity to 2021.
Countries covered are: Brazil, Ghana, Bulgaria, India, Mexico, Russia, Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, and Turkey.
More new reports by this publisher are available at Tariff Consultancy page.