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Emerging Market Data Centre Report 2013 to 2018

  • ID: 2387318
  • January 2013
  • Region: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine
  • 80 Pages
  • Tariff Consultancy

The Emerging Market Data Centre Report initially produced in mid-2011 has been updated and expanded. In 2011, a total of 76 Data Centre providers were covered and this latest Survey altogether covers some 102 Data Centre providers of rack space across the 11 countries – with approximately 136 identified Data Centre facilities included altogether (as some Data Centre operators have multiple facilities in some countries).

Countries covered include: Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Turkey and the Ukraine.

Many countries featured still have limited Data Centre and telecoms infrastructure and there remains a limited choice of Data Centre providers for the end user.

But all of the countries in the TCL survey are showing the potential for new growth in Data Centre space and revenue with new space being planned in Russia and in selected other countries - albeit from a low existing base of space and revenue per square metre in many countries.

The Emerging Markets Data Centre 2013 report includes details of the Data Centre landscape, Power costs, Data Centre capacity, Data Centre business models, forecast space and rack space & per square metre pricing from 2013 to 2018 for each of the 11 countries.

The report provides a 5-year forecast for each country market based on projected volume growth, utilisation levels and price increases in Data Centre stock for the period from the end of 2013 to the end of 2018. Each country survey provides a 5 year forecast for rack space pricing and per square metre suite pricing.

A list of Tables and Charts
Methodology
Executive Summary
Chapter One – The Data Centre Data Landscape – 2013 - 2018
Chapter Two – Data Centre Pricing Country Survey – 2013 - 2018
Introduction
Data Centre Pricing in Albania
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Data Centre Pricing in Bosnia
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Data Centre Pricing in Bulgaria
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Data Centre Pricing in Croatia
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Data Centre Pricing in Macedonia
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Data Centre Pricing in Moldova
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Data Centre Pricing in Montenegro
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Data Centre Pricing in Russia
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Data Centre Pricing in Serbia
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Data Centre Pricing in Turkey
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Key Turkish Data Centre Providers Summary
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Turkish Telecoms & IP connectivity
Turkish Data Centre market summary
Data Centre Pricing in the Ukraine
Key Statistics
Data Centre Landscape
Pricing Overview
Power Costs
Data Centre Capacity
Data Centre Business Models
Forecast Space and Pricing – 2013 to 2018
Forecast Assumptions
Chapter Three – Conclusions
The Data Centre landscape in the report
Data Centre average pricing in the report
Data Centre power costs in the report
Data Centre capacity in the report
Data Centre Business Models in the report
Data Centre forecast space and pricing in the report
Appendix One – A list of Data Centre providers included in this report

Russia & Turkey lead the way in Data Centre development in the Emerging Markets in 11 key Russia & Turkey lead the way in Data Centre development in the Emerging Markets in 11 key European countries a new revised report by TCL finds

An updated TCL report called Emerging Market Data Centre Pricing Report – 2013 to 2018 finds that the 11 countries surveyed continue to experience growth spurred from new Data Centre facility development and increases in pricing over the 5 year period to the end of 2018.

The new revised report – which is an extended and updated version of the earlier 2011 report - produces the findings of a survey of 136 Data Centre facilities from 102 Data Centre providers across 11 Emerging Market countries(including Albania,Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Turkey & the Ukraine).

Out of the 11 Country markets surveyed the four largest are Russia, Turkey, the Ukraine and Bulgaria. And Russia alone is set to account for half of all the Data Centres raised floor space in the 11 countries as of the end of 2013.

The majority of the countries in the report now have an established Data Centre market with multiple operators and plans for expansion by both Carrier Based and Carrier Neutral providers.

The report highlights the important trends in the 11 Data Centre Emerging Markets which include:

- The size of Data Centres are still relatively small - In the 11 emerging markets Data Centres have an average size of just over 800 square metres, and the average size is markedly smaller than in established markets – but with the largest Data Centre facility having around 5,000 up to 10,000 square metres of raised floor space.

- But Data Centre space is set to increase significantly over the next 5 years – Across the 11 countries Technical Data Centre space is forecast to rise from 109,000 square metres to 143,000 square metres (an increase of 30 per cent over the 5 year period from the end of 2013 to the end of 2018).

- And Data Centre pricing is also set to increase over the 5 year period - Average standard rack space rental is forecast to increase by 10 per cent over the same 5 year period (from 855 Euro per month to 928 Euro per month) – with the most expensive pricing – of 1300 Euro – seen in the Russian market.

- More Carrier Neutral Data Centres are entering the market – Traditionally the Carrier Neutral Data Centre segment has taken off only after the Country market has reached a critical mass of providers. Over the past 12 month period new Carrier Neutral facilities have been introduced in Russia, Albania & Serbia which provide high specification collocation and hosting as the markets approach maturity.

- Many Data Centres are following varied Business Models – Data Centre providers in the report are pursuing a number of Business Models, and are offering housing and collocation aimed at the telecoms, ISP, Web hosting & IT services segments.

The growth of the Data Centre segment in Russia underlines the rapid development of the IT sector which is being targeted by Government and foreign investors as a strategic imperative to boost wider economic growth in the country.

But the development of Data Centre space in the emerging markets indicates that high specification housing and hosting facilities are no longer confined to the traditional markets of Western Europe.

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