Sub-Saharan Africa Data Centers Market to Gain Traction to 2021, Projects Pyramid Research in Its New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
05 Jan 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Telecommunications companies in sub-Saharan Africa are increasingly pouring money in the launch and expansion of their data centers within the framework of their strategic efforts to deliver IT services.
Surging coverage of fixed broadband access and undersea cables providing enhanced wholesale and global connectivity are the main drivers of the market for data center services.
Unreliable energy supply across the region acts as a major factor inhibiting the market for data center services.
Technical attributes are the major method that providers employ to differentiate their data center services. These encompass access to undersea cables, being carrier neutral and access to reliable energy supplies.
New comprehensive topical report “Data centers in Sub-Saharan Africa” drawn up by Pyramid Research presents an all-round, extensive examination of the data center marketplace in sub-Saharan Africa. The study casts light on the data center market along with the role of market players like committed data center providers, MNOs, and governments.
The report describes the key types of data center services region-wise and gives an all-round overview of key market players. It canvasses the main data center commercial strategies alongside the factors propelling and limiting the uptake of data center services. The publication includes detailed case studies, evaluating the data center services delivered by MTN Ghana, Teraco South Africa and Tigo Tanzania. Furthermore, key findings and a range of recommendations can also be found in the report.
Other new reports by the publisher are offered at the Pyramid Research page.