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Data Centre Pricing UK - 2014 to 2019

  • Published: January 2014
  • Region: United Kingdom, Great Britain
  • 74 Pages
  • Tariff Consultancy

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The updated UK Data Centre Pricing – 2014 to 2019 report was written from the period from the end of November 2013 to the middle of December 2013. The report uses both primary and secondary sources of information. It updates the original UK Data Centre Pricing report first published in 2012. All pricing and forecasts have been extensively revised.

The report is based on a survey and analysis of 59 Data Centre providers in the UK - which have some 151 Data Centre facilities across the country

All UK Data Centre raised floor space in this report is converted into square metres from square feet at the following rate: 10 square feet = 0.929 square metres

In the report for consistency all power per rack is shown in kilowatts (kW) per rack and in kilowatts per hour (kW per hour). Total power into the Data Centre from the national grid is shown in MegaWatts (MW) or MVA.

The basis of the report is a unique model of the UK Data Centre market developed by TCL - which includes the key metrics of power, capacity and pricing by facility and by Data Centre provider. The information for the model is obtained from each provider and is then integrated into the TCL database READ MORE >

A list of tables and charts used in the report
A list of Data Centre companies mentioned in the report
Executive Summary
The main highlights of the report Introduction – Data Centre Pricing UK – 2014 to 2015 report
Research Methodology
Chapter One – A market overview of the UK Data Centre market
Introduction
The landscape for Data Centres in the UK
UK Key Data Centre players
UK Carrier Based Data Centre segment
UK Carrier Neutral Data Centre segment
UK Premium Data Centre segment
Key Point Summary
Chapter Two – Pricing for Data Centres in theUK
Introduction
Average rack space pricing for UK Data Centres
Installation charges
Administration charges
UK Data Centre pricing per square metre
UK Data Centre pricing for cage space
UK Data Centre pricing for cross connects
UK Data Centre pricing for power Basic
UK industrial power costs
Average customer power for UK Data Centre facilities
Average UK Data Centre pricing per kW bundle per rack
Average UK Data Centre Watts per square metre pricing
Average Data Centre pricing trends in the UK
UK Data Centre pricing for supplementary services
A pricing forecast for Data Centres in the UK from 2014 to 2019
Key Point Summary
Chapter Three – The future developments in the UK Data Centre market
Introduction
The key statistics in the UK Data Centre market
New planned UK Data Centre developments
A forecast for UK Data Centre space from 2014 to 2019
A forecast for UK Data Centre revenue from 2014 to 2019
A forecast for UK Data Centre rack space pricing from 2014 to 2019
A forecast for UK Data Centre pricing per square metre from 2014 to 2019
A forecast for UK Data Centre pricing per kW from 2014 to 2019
The key trends taking place in the UK Data Centre market
Key Point Summary
Chapter Four – Conclusions
Appendix One – A glossary of terms used in the report

A list of tables and charts used in the Data Centre Pricing UK – 2014 to 2019 report

Figure 1: A chart showing the forecast growth in the UK Data Centre segment raised floor space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in square metres)

Figure 2: A table showing the forecast growth in the UK Data Centre segment raised floor space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in square metres)

Figure 3: A chart showing the forecast increase in average UK Data Centre raised floor space facility size from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in square metres)

Figure 4: A chart showing the forecast increase in average customer power per UK Data Centre facility from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in MW)

Figure 5: A chart showing the change in averageUKrack space pricing from 2010 to 2019 (in Euro per month)

Figure 6: A pie chart showing the breakdown of the numbers of UK Data Centre facilities by the 3 main Data Centre segments as the end of 2014 (in per cent)

Figure 7: A pie chart showing the breakdown by UK Data Centre raised floor space of the 3 main Data Centre segment types as of the end of 2014 (in per cent)

Figure 8: A chart showing the total amount of facility raised floor space as of the end of 2014 for the UK, Germany, France & the Netherlands markets (in square metres)

Figure 9: A table showing the DRT (Digital Realty Trust) UK Data Centre facilities (in square metres)

Figure 10: A table showing the Equinix UK Data Centre facilities (in square metres)

Figure 11: A table showing the SDC Infinity UK Data Centre facilities (in square metres)

Figure 12: table showing the TelecityGroup UK Data Centre footprint by raised floor space (in square metres)

Figure 13: A chart showing UK forecast Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in square metres)

Figure 14: A pie chart showing UK Carrier Based Data Centre raised floor space as a proportion of total UK Data Centre space as of the end of 2014 (in per cent)

Figure 15: A chart showing the forecast increase in UK Carrier Based Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in square metres)

Figure 16: A chart showing forecast average retail standard rack space pricing for the UK Pan European, Carrier Neutral & Premium Data Centre segments as of 2014 (in Euro per month)

Figure 17: A pie chart showing the forecast increase in UK Carrier Neutral Data Centre raised floor space as a proportion of total UK Data Centre space as the end of 2014 (in per cent)

Figure 18: A chart showing forecast UK Carrier Neutral Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017 (in square metres)

Figure 19: A pie chart showing the forecast increase in UK Premium Data Centre raised floor space as a proportion of total UK Data Centre space as the end of 2014 (in per cent)

Figure 20: A chart showing the forecast increase for Premium Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in square metres)

Figure 21: A chart showing forecast average rack space pricing as of 2014 in the Netherlands, France, Germany & the UK (in Euro per month)

Figure 22: A table showing standard retail average UK rack space pricing by Pan European Data Centre, Carrier Based Data Centre, overall Average Data Centre and Carrier Neutral Data Centre segments from January 2010 to October 2013 (in Euro per month)

Figure 23: A chart showing the trends in rack space pricing per UK Data Centre segment from January 2010 to October 2013 (in Euro per month)

Figure 24: A chart showing the forecast upper quartile average rack space pricing in the UK, France, Germany & the Netherlands as of the end of 2014 (in Euro per month)

Figure 25: A chart showing selected UK Data Centre installation charges (in Euro)

Figure 26: A table showing the percentage differences between average UK Data Centre pricing per square metre per month by Data Centre segment as of 2014 (in per cent)

Figure 27: A chart showing forecast standard retail per square metre pricing betweenLondon& non-London Data Centre facilities as of 2014 (in Euro per month)

Figure 28: A table showing selected UK Data Centre cage space pricing (in Euro per month)

Figure 29: A table showing selected UK Data Centre cross connect pricing (in Euro per month)

Figure 30: A table showingUKindustrial power costs from 2009 to 2013 in Euro cents per kW hour compared with the EU-27 country average

Figure 31: A chart showing forecast average customer power per UK Data Centre facility from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in MW)

Figure 32: A chart showing average standard UK Data Centre pricing per power bundle (kW) per rack (in Euro per month)

Figure 33: A chart showing standard average UK Data Centre Watts per square metre pricing (in Euro per month)

Figure 34: A pie chart showing a breakdown of the number of UK Data Centre facilities by city (in per cent)

Figure 35: A pie chart showing a breakdown of raised floor space of UK Data Centre facilities by city (in per cent)

Figure 36: A table showing the breakdown of UK Data Centre raised floor space by city (in percent)

Figure 37: A chart showing forecast average per square metre pricing for UK Data Centres from the end of 2014 to the end of 2018 (in Euro per square metre per month)

Figure 38: A table showing the key statistics of the UK Data Centre market as of the end of 2014

Figure 39: A table showing selected new UK Data Centre facilities in theLondonarea

Figure 40: A table showing selected new UK Data Centre facilities outside theLondonarea

Figure 41: A chart showing UK Data Centre raised floor space growth from 2010 to 2013 (in square metres)

Figure 42: A chart showing forecast average UK Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in square metres)

Figure 43: A chart showing the occupancy rates for TelecityGroup UK Data Centres from 2010 to 2013 (in per cent)

Figure 44: A chart showing average UK Data Centre utilisation rates from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in per cent)

Figure 45: A chart showing the forecast increase in UK Data Centre revenues from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in Euro per square metre)

Figure 46: A chart showing the forecast UK Data Centre revenue from 2014 to 2019 (in millions of Euro per month)

Figure 47: A chart showing the forecast UK Data Centre rack space pricing from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in Euro per month)

Figure 48: A chart showing forecast UK Data Centre pricing per square metre from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 (in Euro per month)

Figure 49: A chart showing forecast UK Data Centre average pricing per kW from the end of 2014 to 2019

Figure 50: A chart showing forecast average standard UK rack space pricing compared with rates in France, the Netherlands and Germany (in Euro per month)

UK Data Centre Pricing is to remain stable from 2014 to 2019 - even as raised floor space capacity grows by 22 per cent over the period a new report

The author has introduced a revised Data Centre Pricing UK 2014 to 2019 report, which provides details of the main Data Centre trends across the UK market.

The UK Data Centre market is the largest in Europe with over 650,000 square metres of floor space forecast to be available as of the end of 2014. In the report TCL surveys 61 Data Centre providers with 151 facilities across the UK.

The report forecasts that new UK Data Centre capacity is to grow by 22 per cent over the 5-year period. New raised floor space outside the London area is to be the main growth with a range of campus-based and regional Data Centre providers being developed with clusters of service providers developing their own digital ecosystem.

Data Centre space outside of London now accounts for 56 per cent of all raised floor space in the UK including new geographical areas seeing Data Centre expansion include cities such as Slough, Birmingham, Manchester & Leeds.

Standard average UK Data Centre pricing (excluding power) is forecast to increase by only 3 per cent over the 5-year period from 2014, with rack space priced at Euro 1,031 per month.

UK pricing is among the highest in Europe and is significantly higher than in the other largest markets including Germany, France & the Netherlands.

Power for the Data Centre is being provided by operators in a number of ways – including bundles of power ranging from 1kW up to 6kW per rack - and power being included with the rack space. Established Data Centre providers such as TelecityGroup, Equinix & Interxion are offering metered power as standard – charged by kW per Hour - in their new facilities.

Additionally the UK Data Centre market is seeing the introduction of Premium Data Centre facilities, which can cater for standard power of 20kW per rack and are being positioned as a “flexible” facility with a series of data halls catering for different SLAs, tiers of service, power bundles and price levels. Data Centre providers are also increasing the amount of power available in their facilities.

The use of additional power per suite or rack allows the Data Centre provider to bundle power with space – to preserve a higher price point. Additionally older Data Centre facilities – with unused space – are also bundling power with rack space in order to attract customers.

UK telecoms providers are also increasingly renting new Data Centre space from Carrier Neutral Data Centre providers rather than building their own facilities. The trend towards outsourcing of Data Centre facilities is increasing with providers - such as Digital Realty Trust (DRT) and NTT Com - offering purpose-built Data Centres for particular specialist users.

Although there is a range of new Data Centre capacity entering the UK market overall pricing is set to remain relatively stable over time and providers are offering high power bundles suitable for high density IT applications.

- Aegis
- Aimes Grid
- AlphaDEX
- Ark Continuity Services
- BT Global Services
- Camro Data Centre
- Centro Data Centre
- Citylifeline
- Colba DataCentre
- COLT Telecom
- Computacenter Manchester
- Custodian Maidstone
- CWCS
- Data Centre Bracknell
- Data Centre Exchange (DCE)
- Data Centre Perivale
- Datum Data Centre
- Digital Realty Trust (DRT)
- DSM
- Equinix
- Eurohub
- Everest Data Centres
- 4D Byfleet
- Fast 2 Host
- Global Switch
- Gyron Internet Ltd
- Interoute
- Interxion
- Iomart
- LDeX
- Leapfield House
- Level (3)
- Migration Solutions Norwich
- Netwise Hosting
- Next Generation Data Centre (NGD)
- Node 4
- North West Colo
- Onyx Data Centre
- Portal Data Centre
- Pulsant
- Rapidswitch
- Redstation
- Savvis
- SDC Infinity
- Sheffield Data Centre
- Sentrum
- ServerHouse
- Slough Trading Estate
- SSE Data Centres
- SunGard Availability Services
- TelecityGroup
- Telehouse Europe
- Telstra Global
- The Bunker Data Centre
- UK Fast
- Verizon Business
- Virtual Apps
- Virtus Data Center
- Vitesse Data Centre
- Vodafone (formerly C&W Worldwide)
- Volta Data Centre.

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