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Data Centre Pricing Netherlands – 2014 to 2019

  • Published: January 2014
  • Region: Netherlands, Holland
  • 62 Pages
  • Tariff Consultancy

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The Data Centre Pricing Netherlands – 2014 to 2019 report provides a unique overview of Data Centre pricing for the Dutch market. It is based on a survey of 54 Data Centre operators with 117 Data Centre facilities across the Netherlands - which consists of a total of almost 348,000 square metres of raised floor space forecast as of the end of 2014.

The Dutch Data Centre market has seen considerable growth in both the number and the size of Data Centre facilities being built, with existing Data Centre players continuing to add to their existing facilities and build new Data Centres in existing locations or cities.

Data Centre facilities in the Netherlands are clustered around the Amsterdam area, which remains the biggest single region for facilities. But more facilities are now being built in other cities of the country, particularly around Rotterdam.

Research Methodology

The Data Centre Pricing Netherlands – 2014 to 2019 report was written over the period from the end of November 2013 to the end of December 2013.

The report consists of information from both primary and secondary sources. It also includes information from other TCL reports READ MORE >

Section Heading
- Introduction

- The landscape for Data Centres in the Netherlands

- The key Dutch Data Centre players in the Netherlands

- The Carrier Based Data Centres Segment in the Netherlands

- The Carrier Neutral Data Centre Segment in the Netherlands

- The Premium Data Centre Segment in the Netherlands

- Key Point Summary

Chapter Two – Average pricing for Data Centres in the Netherlands
- Introduction

- Average rack space pricing for Dutch Data Centres

- Installation charges

- Administration charges

- Netherlands Data Centre pricing per square metre

- Selected Dutch Data Centre pricing for cage space

- Selected Dutch Data Centre pricing for cross connect services

- Typical Netherlands Data Centre pricing for power

- Basic Dutch industrial power costs

- Average customer power per Dutch Data Centre facility

- Dutch Data Centre pricing per kWbundle per rack per month

- Dutch Data Centre Watts per square metre pricing per month

- Data Centre price trends in the Netherlands

- Dutch Data Centre pricing for supplementary services

- Average Data Centre pricing for the Netherlands – a forecast from end 2014 to end 20

- Key Point Summary

Chapter Three – The key future developments in the Dutch Data Centre market
- Introduction

- The key statistics in the Dutch Data Centre market

- The key new Data Centre developments in the Netherlands

- A forecast for Dutch Data Centre raised floor space from end of 2014 to the end of 20

- A forecast for average Dutch Data Centre revenues from the end of 2014 to end of 20

- A forecast for average Dutch Data Centre rack space pricing from end 2014 to end 20

- A forecast for average Dutch Data Centre pricing per kW from end of ‘14 to end of ‘

- The key price trends in the Dutch Data Centre market

- Key Point Summary

Chapter Four – Conclusions to the Data Centre Pricing Netherlands – 2014 to 2019
A list of tables and charts used in the report
Figure 1: A chart showing the forecast raised floor space growth in the Dutch Data Centre segments from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in square metres
Figure 2: A table showing the forecast raised floor space growth in the Dutch Data Centre segments from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in square metres
Figure 3: A chart showing the forecast average increase in Dutch raised floor space per Data Centre facility from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019: in square metres
Figure 4: A chart showing the forecast average increase in customer power per Dutch Data Centre facility from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019: in MW
Figure 5: A pie chart showing the number of Dutch Data Centres by segment type as of the end of 2014 - in per cent
Figure 6: A pie chart showing the proportion of Dutch Data Centre raised floor space available by segment type as of 2014 - in per cent
Figure 7: A chart showing the total forecast Dutch Data Centre raised floor space in square metres compared with the other European markets as of the end of 2014 - including the UK, Germany & France
Figure 8: A table showing the forecast breakdown of the number of Data Centre facilities and raised floor space within and outside the Amsterdam area as of the end of 2014 - in per cent
Figure 9: A pie chart showing the forecast breakdown of Dutch Data Centre raised floor space by Dutch city as of the end of 2014: as of the end of 2014: in per cent
Figure 10: A table showing Equinix's Data Centre presence in the Netherlands (square metres)
Figure 11: A table showing Interxion's Data Centre presence in the Netherlands (square metres)
Figure 12: A table showing TelecityGroup's Data Centre presence in the Netherlands (square metres)
Figure 13: A table showing DRT's Data Centre presence in the Netherlands (square metres)
Figure 14: A chart showing the forecast increase in Dutch Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in square metres
Figure 15: A pie chart showing the forecast increase in Dutch Carrier Based Data Centre raised floor space as a proportion of total Dutch Data Centre space as of the end of 2014 - in per cent
Figure 16: A chart showing the forecast increase in Dutch Carrier Based Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in square metres
Figure 17: A chart showing average standard retail rack space pricing for the Dutch Pan European, Carrier Neutral & Premium Data Centre segments: as of January 2014 - in Euro per month
Figure 18: A pie chart showing the forecast increase in Dutch Carrier Neutral Data Centre raised floor space as a proportion of total Dutch Data Centre raised floor space as of the end of 2014 in per cent
Figure 19: A chart showing the forecast Dutch Carrier Neutral Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in square metres
Figure 20: A chart showing Interxion's Data Centre presence in the Netherlands (square metres)
Figure 21: A pie chart showing the forecast increase in Dutch Premium Data Centre raised floor space as a proportion of the total Data Centre market as of the end of 2014 - in per cent
Figure 22: A chart showing the forecast increase in Dutch Premium Data Centre raised floor space as a proportion of total Dutch Data Centre space from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in square metres
Figure 23: A chart showing the average upper quartile level standard retail Data Centre rack space pricing in Europe (the UK, France, Netherlands & Germany) - in Euro per month
Figure 24: A chart showing average standard retail Dutch Data Centre rack space pricing from January 2010 to January 2014 - in Euro per month by Quarter
Figure 25: A chart showing average retail standard Dutch Data Centre rack space pricing for the Carrier Based, Pan European, Premium, Carrier Neutral & average overall Data Centre segments from January 2010 to January 2014 - in Euro per month by Quarter
Figure 26: A table showing average retail standard Dutch Data Centre rack space pricing for the segments of Carrier Based, Pan European, Premium, Carrier Neutral & average overall Data Centre segments from January 2010 to January 2014 - in Euro per month by Quarter
Figure 27: A chart showing the forecast average rack space pricing by segment type for Dutch Data Centres as of the end of 2014 - in Euro per month
Figure 28: A chart showing a selection of Dutch Data Centre once off installation costs per rack - in Euro per rack
Figure 29: A chart showing average Dutch Data Centre square metre pricing per segment as of the end of 2014 - in Euro per month
Figure 30: A table showing selected Dutch Data Centre cage space pricing - in Euro per month
Figure 31: A table showing selected Dutch Data Centre cross connect pricing - in Euro per month
Figure 32: A chart showing Dutch industrial power costs from 2009 to 2013 in Euro per kWper hour compared with the EU-27 country average
Figure 33: A chart showing forecast average customer power per Dutch Data Centre facility from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in MWper facility
Figure 34: A chart showing average Dutch Data Centre pricing per power bundle per rack (in kW) - in Euro per month
Figure 35: A chart showing average Dutch Data Centre Watts per square metre pricing - in Euro per month
Figure 36: A chart showing forecast average per square metre pricing for Dutch Data Centres from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in Euro per month
Figure 37: A table showing the key statistics of the Dutch Data Centre market - as of the end of 2014
Figure 38: A table showing selected new Data Centre developments in the Netherlands
Figure 39: A table showing key selected new Data Centre developments from 2010 to the end of 2014: in square metres
Figure 40: A chart showing forecast Dutch Data Centre raised floor space growth from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in square metres
Figure 41: A chart showing forecast average Dutch Data Centre utilisation rates from the end of 20 to the end of 2019 - in square metres
Figure 42: A chart showing forecast average Dutch Data Centre revenue from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in millions of Euro per month
Figure 43: A chart showing forecast Dutch Data Centre average standard retail rack space pricing from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in Euro per month
Figure 44: A chart showing forecast standard retail average Dutch Data Centre pricing per square metre from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in Euro per month
Figure 45: A chart showing standard retail average standard retail forecast Dutch Data Centre pricing per kWfrom the end of 2014 to the end of 2019 - in Euro per month
Figure 46: A chart showing forecast standard retail average rack space and per square metre pricing in the Netherlands compared with other European countries - in Euro per month
Figure 47: A chart showing the average standard retail Data Centre pricing in 14 European countries in Euro per month as of January 2014

Data Centre Pricing in the Netherlands rack is changing with rack space pricing declining but are increasing bundles of power & supplementary facility costs, a new report.

A new and updated report from Tariff Consultancy Ltd (TCL) called Data Centre Pricing Netherlands – 2014 to 2019 surveys the key pricing trends in the Dutch Data Centre market, now the 3rd largest country market in Europe behind the UK & Germany, with almost 380,000 square metres of raised floor space by the end of 2014.

With the space available pricing for rack space in the Netherlands remain competitive, with more than 50 Data Centre providers with 117 facilities identified in the report, with some operators offering a rent free period of as much as six months for new rack space orders.

Dutch rack space pricing – without power – is forecast to continue the trend of previous years, which has seen a gradual reduction in average market pricing of 1 to 2 per cent per annum. TCL forecasts that standard retail Dutch average rack space rates will decline to Euro 772 per month as of the end of 2014, and will fall further to Euro 750 per month by the end of 2019, with square metre pricing also exhibiting a similar decline of 3 per cent over the 5 year period.

Although Dutch rack space pricing will decline over time there is to be an increase in overall price levels once power or supplementary facility charges are also included. The average price per kilowatt (kW) in the Netherlands is set to increase by 13 per cent over the same 5-year period from 2014 to 2019 – from Euro 262 per month (2014) up to Euro 296 per month (2019) per kW.

Average Data Centre pricing in the Netherlands will continue to be affected by the introduction of new Data Centre facilities including those being deployed by DRT (Digital Realty Trust), Interxion, KPN, BT Global Services and Global Switch - which alone will launch over 51,000 square metres of new space into the Dutch market from 2014 onwards.

One new trend is for Data Centre facilities to be built outside the Amsterdam area, with Rotterdam alone seeing a cluster of 10 new facilities, but for the most part individual facilities are scattered throughout the Netherlands – and now account for more than half of the market by number of facilities. The new regional facilities typically have lower price points than their Amsterdam counterparts also with discounted pricing.

But the Data Centre facilities based in the Amsterdam area still account for some two-thirds of all Dutch raised floor space. They have considerable pricing power based on a high degree of network connectivity with facilities that can cater for high density IT applications and large amounts of power.

The TCL report finds that although there is a considerable range of pricing present in the Dutch market, three main pricing models are being deployed.

For example, selected Premium Data Centres are bundling power and space together to maintain a high price point (with up to 4kW or power included in the standard rack space price). But other providers are offering a relatively low cost rack space rental but are charging a supplementary facility charge to cover for cooling and power costs.

Finally, Data Centre providers are metering power based on a kW per hour charge based on usage, but are charging a surcharge of up to double - or more - of the rate for the basic industrial electricity cost received in the Netherlands – in part as a means of compensating for the reduction in average rack space rentals.

In summary, the Dutch Data Centre market will continue to see investment in new capacity by Carrier Neutral Data Centres, wholesale providers, enterprises, hosting and telecoms providers but the customer demand present will continue to support Data Centre price levels over time.

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