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Data Centre Pricing UK - 2015 to 2020

  • ID: 3382592
  • July 2015
  • Region: United Kingdom, Great Britain
  • 84 pages
  • Tariff Consultancy
UK Data Centre Pricing Remains Stable and Despite Intense Price Competition from New Regional Players, the UK Remains the Largest Data Centre Market in Europe

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aimes Grid
  • Colt Telecom
  • Everest Data Centre
  • Interxion
  • Onyx Data Centre
  • Sungard
  • MORE

The report Data Centre Pricing UK – 2015 to 2020 is based on a survey of some 150 Data Centre providers and includes a survey of 315 Data Centre facilities across the UK – with many Data Centre providers having multiple facilities.

This report provides a unique overview of Data Centre pricing in the UK market – which is currently the largest in Europe by raised floor space and has amongst the highest average rack space pricing per month of over GBP 665 (Euro 939) per month per standard retail rack of space. (The average UK rack space rate is currently the fourth highest in Europe behind Austria, Denmark and Switzerland – but higher than the other key European markets of France, Germany and the Netherlands).

The Data Centre database can be segmented by location and the 3 main types of Data Centre provider segment used in this report. The Data Centre segment types used are in this report to distinguish between facilities are whether the Data Centre is Carrier Based, Carrier Neutral or a Premium Data Centre provider are shown below:

i) A Carrier Neutral Data Centre provider for the purposes of this report - is defined as being a company, which READ MORE >

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aimes Grid
  • Colt Telecom
  • Everest Data Centre
  • Interxion
  • Onyx Data Centre
  • Sungard
  • MORE

A list of tables and charts used in the report
A list of Data Centre companies mentioned in the report
Executive Summary – UK Data Centre Pricing
The main highlights of the Data Centre Pricing UK 2015 to 2020
Introduction – Data Centre Pricing UK – 2015 to 2020 report

Research Methodology
The main Data Centre segments identified in the report
The Data Centre tier classes used in this report
The Data Centre power usage efficiency used in this report
The UK Data Centre pricing used in this report

Chapter One – A market overview of the UK Data Centre market
Introduction
The landscape for Data Centres in the UK
The key UK 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 the UK
Introduction
Average rack space pricing for UK Data Centres
Installation charges
Administration & other 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
Average customer power per 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 price trends in the UK
UK Data Centre pricing for supplementary services
A pricing forecast for Data Centres in the UK from 2015 to 2020
Key Pricing Trends

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 raised floor space from 2015 to 2020
A forecast for UK Data Centre utilisation from 2015 to 2020
A forecast for UK Data Centre rack space & square metre pricing from 2015 to 2020
A forecast for UK Data Centre pricing per kW per month from 2015 to 2020
The key trends taking place in the UK Data Centre market
Key Point Summary

Chapter Four – Conclusions to the UK Data Centre Pricing – 2014 to 2019 Report

Appendix One – A glossary of terms used in the report

Figures in the Report

Figure 1: A chart showing the UK Data Centre breakdown of space & power inside the London/M25 area and outside the London/M25
Figure 2: A table showing the forecast increase in UK Data Centre raised floor space from 2015 to 2020 in square metres
Figure 3: A table showing the forecast growth in UK Data Centre total customer power by segment from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in MW
Figure 4: A chart showing the forecast growth in UK Data Centre raised floor space by segment from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in square metres
Figure 5: A chart showing the forecast growth in UK total customer power by Data Centre segments from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in MW
Figure 6: A table showing the forecast percentage of raised floor space and total customer power from the 7 key UK Data Centre providers
Figure 7: A chart showing the forecast increase in average UK Data Centre facility size from the end of 2010 to the end of 2015 in square metres of raised floor space per Data Centre facility
Figure 8: A chart showing the forecast increase in average customer power per UK Data Centre facility from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in MW
Figure 9: A chart showing the change in average standard UK rack space pricing from July 2010 to July 2015 in Euro per month & GBP per month
Figure 10: A table showing the change in average UK standard rack space pricing from July 2010 to July 2015 in Euro per month & GBP per month
Figure 11: A pie chart showing the breakdown of the numbers of UK Data Centre facilities by segment type as of the end of 2015 in per cent
Figure 12: A pie chart showing the breakdown by raised floor space of the 3 main UK Data Centre segment types as of the end of 2015 in per cent
Figure 13: A pie chart showing the breakdown by total customer power of the 3 main UK Data Centre segment types by total customer power as of the end of 2015 in per cent
Figure 14: A table showing the total amount of forecast raised floor space in square metres & total customer power in MW as of the end of 2015 for the UK, Germany, Netherlands & France
Figure 15: A table showing Equinix Data Centre UK facilities
Figure 16: A table showing infinity SDC’s UK Data Centre facilities
Figure 17: A table showing the TelecityGroup UK Data Centre footprint by raised floor space in square metres – reported in 2012
Figure 18: A table showing UK forecast Data Centre raised floor space and total customer power from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in square metres & MW
Figure 19: 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 2015 in per cent
Figure 20: A chart showing the forecast increase in UK Carrier Based Data Centre raised floor space and total customer power from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in square metres and MW
Figure 21: A chart showing forecast average retail standard rack space pricing for the UK Pan European, Carrier Neutral, Carrier Based & Premium Data Centre segments in Euro per month as of the end of 2015
Figure 22: A pie chart showing the forecast increase in UK Carrier Neutral Data Centre raised floor space as a percentage of total UK Data Centre raised floor space as of the end of 2015
Figure 23: A chart showing forecast UK Carrier Neutral Data Centre raised floor space and total customer power from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in square metres and MW
Figure 24: 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 of the end of 2015 in per cent
Figure 25: A chart showing forecast UK Premium Data Centre raised floor space and total customer power from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in square metres and MW
Figure 26: A chart showing the forecast change in average UK Data Centre facility size in square metres
Figure 27: A chart showing the average UK total customer power for facility from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020
Figure 28: A chart showing the forecast average rack space pricing for 2015 in the Netherlands, France, Germany & the UK in Euro per month
Figure 29: A table showing standard retail average UK Data Centre rack space pricing from July 2010 to July 2015 in Euro per month and GBP per month
Figure 30: A chart showing standard retail average UK Data Centre rack space pricing from July 2010 to July 2015 in Euro per month and GBP per month
Figure 31: A table showing the trends in rack space pricing per segment per month from July 2010 to July 2015 in Euro per month
Figure 32: A chart showing the trends in rack space pricing per segment per month from July 2010 to July 2015 in Euro per month
Figure 33: A chart showing the upper quartile standard retail average rack space pricing in the UK, France, Germany & the Netherlands in Euro per month
Figure 34: A table showing selected UK Data Centre once off installation charges in Euro
Figure 35: A table showing the different segment pricing by average UK Data Centre standard retail pricing in Euro per month
Figure 36: A chart showing forecast standard retail square metre pricing between the London/M25 region & the non-London/M25 region facilities at the end of 2015 in the end of Euro per month
Figure 37: A table showing selected UK Data Centre cage space pricing in Euro per month
Figure 38: A table showing selected UK Data Centre rental cross connects pricing in Euro per month
Figure 39: A table showing UK industrial power costs from 2012 to 2015 in Euro per kW Hour compared with the EU-28 country average
Figure 40: A chart showing forecast average total customer power per UK Data Centre power per UK Data Centre facility from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in MW
Figure 41: A chart showing average UK Data Centre pricing per power bundle per rack in kW
Figure 42: A chart showing standard average UK Data Centre watts per square metre pricing per Euro per month
Figure 43: A table showing the breakdown of the number of UK Data Centre facilities by city as of the end of 2015 – by facility numbers
Figure 44: A pie chart showing the breakdown of UK Data Centre raised floor space by UK city as of the end of 2015 as a percentage
Figure 45: A table showing the breakdown of UK Data Centre raised floor space by key UK cities as of the end of 2015
Figure 46: A pie chart showing UK Data Centre raised floor space by city/region in per cent
Figure 47: A chart showing forecast average Data Centre pricing for UK Data Centres from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 – in Euro per rack and square metre per month
Figure 48: A table showing the key statistics of the UK Data Centre market as of the end of 2015
Figure 49: A table showing selected new UK Data Centre facilities in the London/M25 area
Figure 50: A table showing selected new UK Data Centre facilities outside the London/M25 area
Figure 51: A chart showing new UK Data Centre raised floor space growth from the end of 2010 to the end of 2015 in square metres
Figure 52: A chart showing forecast total UK Data Centre raised floor space growth from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in square metres and MW
Figure 53: A chart showing the EMEA utilisation rates for Equinix and Interxion from Q1-14 to Q1-15 in per cent
Figure 54: A chart showing forecast average UK Data Centre utilisation rates from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in per cent
Figure 55: A chart showing the increase in average UK TelecityGroup Data Centre revenues in Euro per square metre
Figure 56: A chart showing forecast standard retail UK Data Centre rack space & square metre pricing from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in Euro per month
Figure 57: A chart showing forecast UK Data Centre average pricing per kW from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020 in Euro per month
Figure 58: A chart showing forecast average standard retail UK rack space pricing compared with France, the Netherlands & Germany as of the end of 2015 in Euro per month

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aimes Grid
  • Colt Telecom
  • Everest Data Centre
  • Interxion
  • Onyx Data Centre
  • Sungard
  • MORE

The new report analyses the total UK Data Centre market, by raised floor space, customer power and retail pricing (including pricing per rack, square metre and per kW) as of the end of 2015 and for the five-year period to the end of 2020.

The report is based on a unique analysis of the entire UK Data Centre market, including some 300 Data Centre facilities from 150 providers. It provides a breakdown of space, power and the number of facilities by three key Data Centre segments which are:

i) Carrier Based Data Centre facilities – owned by a telecoms provider
ii) Carrier Neutral Data Centre facilities – owned a specialist independent Data Centre provider
iii) Premium Data Centre facilities – capable of providing power per rack of up to 20 kW

The author identifies the following key UK Data Centre trends from the report:

1) Increasingly, new Data Centre facilities are becoming flexible Data Centre facilities which can cater for a wide range of power densities and price points, with high power or low power requirements

2) More and more Data Centre facilities are being built outside of the London/M25 area, with the London/M25 region now accounting for 46 per cent of all UK Data Centre space

3) The UK Data Centre market remains the largest European Data Centre market by space and power – it also has average UK market pricing that is higher than the larger markets in Europe, including Germany, France & the Netherlands

4) Average UK Data Centre retail rack space pricing is currently Euro €939 per month, but there is a wide spread of pricing available in the market, ranging from Euro €500 per month up to Euro €1,600 per month – with the highest pricing available in the London area

5) New Data Centre space continues to be added in the London/M25 area, but the main growth in new space is coming from outside the London/M25 area which benefits from lower land costs – as a result price sensitive customers are migrating from the London area to regional areas.

6) New facilities are available across many cities throughout the UK, with key cities such as Slough and Manchester developing their own Data Centre ecosystem with a range of customers and partners being present.

7) Pricing in the UK remains competitive, with the average UK market pricing disguising considerable variance between regions and wholesale Data Centre providers offering low price points in particular outside the London area.

The author forecasts that UK average Data Centre pricing will increase by around 3 per cent over the five-year period from the end of 2015 to the end of 2020. Key UK Data Centre providers have been reducing their pricing and users are now faced with a wide range of choice from regional Data Centre clusters using different price points.

Relatively few UK Data Centre facilities are being built on a speculative basis, as Data Centre providers require anchor tenants in order for the new project to become viable. As the UK Data Centre market reaches maturity, the Data Centre provider is finding a limit on both price increases and also the average customer power being used.

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- AlphaDEX
- Aimes Grid
- Ark Data Centres
- BT
- CWCS
- CenturyLink
- Cobalt DataCentre
- Colt Telecom
- Datum Data Centre
- Digital Realty
- Equinix
- Everest Data Centre
- Eurohub
- Fast2Host
- Global Switch
- Gyron Internet Ltd
- iRack
- infinity SDC
- Interoute
- Interxion
- Iomart
- Level 3
- London Data Exchange (LDeX)
- Netwise Hosting
- Next Generation Data (NGD) Data Centre
- Node 4
- Onyx Data Centre
- Portal Data Centre
- Pulsant
- SCC
- Sheffield Data Centre
- ServerHouse
- Sungard
- TelecityGroup
- Telehouse Europe
- Telstra Global
- The Bunker
- Verizon Business
- Virtus Data Centre
- Vodafone
- Volta Data Centre

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