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The New Telco Data Centre - Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre – 2014 to 2019

  • ID: 2884649
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 124 Pages
  • Tariff Consultancy
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Report finds rapid growth worldwide for the Telecoms Provider offering flexible New Telco Data Centres, with 28 per cent revenue growth per annum over the period.

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AT&T
  • Cogent Communications
  • KDDI
  • Orange Business Service
  • SFR
  • Telefonica
  • MORE
The New Telco Data Centre - Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre – 2014 to 2019 report provides a survey of Data Centre facilities from 57 Telecoms Providers in 33 countries worldwide with 1,620 facilities in total. The report analyses the main products offered from the Data Centre, as well as key pricing and space trends. It provides a 5 year forecast for space and revenue from the end of 2014 to 2019 based on the 57 Telecoms Providers surveyed.

The New Telco Data Centre Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre 2014 to 2019 report analyses the market for Telecommunications Data Centres (Carrier Based Data Centres) which are facilities that are owned by a Telecoms Provider.

The use of Data Centre facilities by the Telco has changed over time, from being a supplementary service to house telecoms equipment and provide cross connects to becoming a core service, which enables new revenue streams, including Hosting, Cloud & Managed Services. As the Telecoms Data Centre role has changed from being a pure colocation and housing facility to the provision of value added services, the term New Telco Data Centre can be used.

The New Telco Data Centre Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre 2014 to 2019 report is based on a survey of 57 Telecoms Providers with established Data Centre facilities. The survey of 57 Telecom Providers have over 1,620 Data Centre facilities worldwide, with many telecoms providers having multiple facilities.

In the Summary Box below, the author provides the key indicators for the Telco Data Centre shown in the report, with the main data shown below forecast as of the end of 2014 – Summary: The Key Indicators for the New Telco Data Centre Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre 2014 to 2019

- 57 Telecoms Providers surveyed
- 1,624 Data Centre facilities as of the end of 2014 included
- 2.9 million square metres of raised floor space forecast as of the end of 2014
- CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) in Data Centre space forecast of 5.6 per cent from 2014 to 2019
- Data Centre revenues of USD $3.088 billion forecast per annum as of the end of 2014
- CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) in Data Centre revenue forecast of 28 per cent from 2014 to 2019
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AT&T
  • Cogent Communications
  • KDDI
  • Orange Business Service
  • SFR
  • Telefonica
  • MORE
A list of Figures
A list of companies mentioned in the report
Methodology
Executive Summary
The Ten Key Headlines from the report

Section ONE – The New Telco Data Centre
Introduction
A definition of the New Telco Data Centre
The business landscape for the New Telco Data Centre
The main trends for the New Telco Data Centre
The key services provided by the New Telco Data Centre
The different types of New Telco Data Centre
The changes in the provision of the New Telco Data Centre
The business model for the New Telco Data Centre
Monetising the Telecom Provider New Data Centre asset
Key Point Summary

Section TWO – The key services offered by the New Telco Data Centre
Introduction
The key core services offered by the New Telco Data Centre
IT related services offered from the New Telco Data Centre
The new services offered by the New Telco Data Centre
Colocation and Housing Services
Connectivity and Networking Services
Managed Services
Hosting Services
Cloud computing Services
The growth in new services for the New Telco Data Centre
Examples of services offered by the New Telco Data Centre
Key Point Summary

Section THREE – Pricing the New Telco Data Centre
Introduction
Historical pricing trends for the New Telco Data Centre
Current pricing for the New Telco Data Centre
Pricing for the New Telco Data Centre by product type
Forecast pricing & capacity for the New Telco Data Centre
Forecast capacity for the New Telco Data Centre from 2014 to 2019
Forecast rack space and per square metre pricing for the New Telco Data Centre –from 2014 to 2019 worldwide
Key Point Summary

Section FOUR – The New Telco Data Centre Provider Profiles
Introduction
The New Telco Data Centre Telecoms Provider profiles
AT&T profile
BT profile
Belgacom profile
Bell Canada profile
Bharti Airtel profile
CAT IDC profile
Centurylink profile
China Telecom profile
Chunghwa Telecom profile
Cogent Communications profile
Colt Telecom profile
EBRC profile
Eircom profile
Etisalat profile
Globe Telecom profile
Iliad Group profile
Interoute profile
ITC profile
KDDI profile
KPN profile
KT Corp profile
Level 3 profile
MegaFon profile
Mobily profile
MTS profile
Orange Business Service profile
Ooredoo profile
NTT Com profile
PT Indosat profile
Pacnet profile
PCCW HKT profile
PLDT profile
Portugal telecom profile
Reliance Infocom profile
Rogers Communications profile
Rostelecom profile
SFR profile
SingTel profile
Softbank Telecom profile
STC profile
Swisscom profile
T-Systems profile
Tata Communications profile
Telecom Indonesia profile
Telecom Italia profile
TeleDenmark profile
Telefonica profile
Telekom Austria profile
Telekom Malaysia profile
TeliaSonera profile
Telstra profile
TELUS profile
Verizon profile
Vimpelcom profile
Vodafone profile
Wind profile
XO Communications profile
The key new Telco Data Centre providers – Key Point Summary

Section FIVE – Conclusions to the New Telco Data Centre report
Introduction
The changing face of the New Telco Data Centre
The importance of the New Telco Data Centre
Pricing for the New Telco Data Centre
Key Point Summary

Appendices
Appendix One – A glossary of terms used in the report
Appendix Two – Currencies used in the report converted into USD

A list of Figures – The New Telco Data Centre – Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre - 2014 to 2019

Figure 1: A list of Telecoms Providers mentioned in the report
Figure 2: A table showing the different Data Centre types available
Figure 3: A table showing the key New Telco Data Centre build outs
Figure 4: A table showing the estimated cost of Data Centre build out (in USD per square metre)
Figure 5: A table showing the key factors driving the adoption of the New Telco Data Centre
Figure 6: A table showing the key Telecoms Network Providers using DRT's facilities
Figure 7: A table showing the key Data Centre acquisitions by the Telecoms Provider
Figure 8: A bar chart showing the four key types of Data Centre business model used by the Telecoms Provider
Figure 9: A table showing the types of Hosting service provided by the Telecoms Provider
Figure 10: A table showing the core standard services offered by the Telecoms Provider
Figure 11: A table showing examples of the types of cloud services provided by the Telecoms Provider
Figure 12: A bar chart showing the range of service types from the Telecoms Provider's New Telco Data Centre
Figure 13: A table showing the on demand IT service portfolio provided by T-Systems
Figure 14: A table showing the colocation services being provided by selected Telecoms Providers
Figure 15: A table showing examples of connectivity & network services provided from the New Telco Data Centre
Figure 16: A table showing the types of Managed Service being provided by the Telecoms Provider
Figure 17: A table showing examples of the Hosting Services offered by the Telecoms Provider
Figure 18: A table showing selected cloud services offered by the Telecoms Provider
Figure 19: A chart showing the average Carrier Based Data Centre rack space rates from 2007 to 2014 in USD per month
Figure 20: A table showing standard rack space pricing from selected Telecoms Providers in USD per month
Figure 21: A table showing Colocation pricing from selected Telecoms Providers in USD per month
Figure 22: A chart showing IP Transit pricing from selected Telecoms Providers in USD per month
Figure 23: A table showing Hosting pricing from selected Telecoms Providers in USD per month
Figure 24: A table showing the pricing for the PLDT Cloud in USD per month
Figure 25: A table showing the Vodafone Flexible Computing service pricing in USD per month
Figure 26: A table showing selected Telecom Provider cloud computing pricing in USD per month
Figure 27: A table showing AT&T Synoptic Computing As A Service component pricing in USD per month
Figure 28: A table showing NTT Com's Pay As You Go Cloud Computing pricing in USD per month
Figure 29: A chart showing forecast growth in New Telco Data Centre capacity in square metres
Figure 30: A table showing the forecast growth in New Telco Data Centre standard rack space pricing in USD per month
Figure 31: A pie chart showing the forecast amount of New Data Centre space in per cent by the Top Ten Telecom Providers
Figure 32: A table showing the forecast amount of Top Ten Telecom Provider Data Centre space in square metres
Figure 33: A table showing the forecast growth in New Telco Data Centre standard rack space pricing in USD per month
Figure 34: A chart showing the forecast growth in New Telco Data Centre standard rack space pricing in USD per month
Figure 35: A table showing the forecast growth in New Telco Data Centre pricing per square metre in USD per month
Figure 36: A chart showing the forecast growth in New Telco Data Centre revenues in USD per annum
Figure 37: A schematic showing BT's networked Data Centre facilities worldwide
Figure 38: A table showing selected new BT Data Centre facilities expansion
Figure 39: A table showing the EMEA Data Centre space using the Telehouse brand
Figure 40: A table showing a breakdown of Telehouse Data Centre facilities by geographical region - in square metres
Figure 41: A schematic showing a plan of the OBS Normandy Data Centre
Figure 42: A table showing recent NTT Com Data Centre facility builds
Figure 43: A table showing a geographical breakdown of NTT Com Data Centre space in square metres
Figure 44: A table showing the breakdown of GTS CE Data Centre facilities in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland & Romania
Figure 45: A table showing Telecom Italia's Hosting Services
Figure 46: A table showing Telecom Italia's Security Services
Figure 47: A table showing Telecom Italia's Business Continuity Services
Figure 48: A table showing Telecom Italia's Virtual Desktop Services
Figure 49: A table showing the Data Centre facility space operated by Verizon-Terremark
Figure 50: A table showing the regional breakdown of Verizon Data Centre facilities worldwide
Figure 51: A table showing the largest Telco Data Centre providers by raised floor space in square metres
Figure 52: A bar chart showing the largest Telco Data Centre providers by raised floor space in square metres
Figure 53: A table showing selected new key Telecom Provider Data Centre developments
Figure 54: A table showing the glossary of terms used in the report
Figure 55: A table showing the conversion of local currencies into USD $1 used in the report
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AT&T
  • Cogent Communications
  • KDDI
  • Orange Business Service
  • SFR
  • Telefonica
  • MORE
The author forecasts that Telecom Providers will see significant new growth in revenues from developing their new Data Centre facilities with the flexibility to cater for multiple hosting, cloud, networking and power requirements.

The New Telco Data Centre - Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre – 2014 to 2019 report is based on a TCL survey of 57 key Telecom Providers around the world who have developed their own Data Centre infrastructure. From the survey the report identifies over 2,200 Telecom Provider Data Centre facilities with around 2.9 million square metres of space available - forecast as of the end of 2014.

Selected Telecoms Providers are now spending from USD $100 million up to USD $300 million per facility on developing large campus-based Data Centre facilities - with multiple Data Halls to cater for cloud services across multiple countries. Other Telecom Providers are investing in Modular Data Centre (MDC) designs, which allows new Data Centre space to be deployed on an incremental basis in line with customer demand.

The New Telco Data Centre is above all now becoming a flexible Data Centre, with infrastructure used for internal networking, equipment, hosting, managed services and IT services as well as the traditional housing, colocation and IP connectivity services – and able to cater for a range of services and customer needs.

Although IP connectivity, housing and colocation remain core products offered by all of the Telecom Providers, there has been a migration towards cloud services. The key hosting and IT applications (such as server hosting, security and disaster recovery & back up services) are being virtualized and offered as an on-demand service - using a variety of flat rate pricing models.

The Telecom Provider is becoming more circumspect about bidding for large IT outsourcing deals and are instead providing partial outsourcing of individual applications or services using a virtualized on-demand platform. Pricing is based on a usage fee per hour or per month – which may also be based on a per device or per user basis.

The survey discovers that cloud services are now being offered by 52 out of the 57 Telecom Providers in the survey - with the migration to new cloud services being a key driver for the development of new flexible Data Centre facilities by the Telecoms Provider worldwide.

The author also forecasts that the change-over to new larger high specification Data Centre facilities by the Telecoms Provider will allow higher average pricing per rack or per square metre to be charged over time as the operator moves up the value chain by offering higher IT power densities.

Additionally, as enterprises – and particularly companies in the SME segment – are only starting to become aware of the scalable benefits of cloud services, there remains scope for considerable growth in Telecom Provider cloud revenue as new enterprises migrate their applications to the cloud for the first time.

Although cloud pricing will remain under competitive pressure, the author forecasts that the growth in service volumes will outweigh the price declines over time.

Overall New Data Centre revenues are forecast by the author to increase by 28 per cent per annum over the 5 year period from the end of 2014 - from almost USD $3.1 billion per annum (2014) up to almost USD $7.5 billion per annum (2019).

Finally, the author also forecasts that New Data Centre space will increase from over 2.9 million square metres (2014) up to 3.7 million square metres (2019) – an increase of almost 6 per cent per annum (but from a already high installed base as space becomes more utilized over time).

“The availability of new high quality New Data Centre stock will be critical in hosting new IT and cloud services for the Telecoms Provider,” says Margrit Sessions, Managing Director of TCL.

“Increasingly Telecom Providers will have a simple choice to make, whether to invest in their own Data Centre stock to cater for the range of SLAs, power and performance required by their customers or whether to outsource to other Data Centre specialists if they are to stay in the game of offering their own cloud services,” she adds.
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- AT&T
- BT
- Belgacom
- Bell Canada
- Bharti Airtel
- CAT IDC
- Centurylink
- China Telecom
- Chunghwa Telecom
- Cogent Communications
- Colt Telecom
- EBRC
- Eircom
- Etisalat
- Globe Telecom
- Iliad Group
- Interoute
- ITC
- KDDI
- KPN
- KT Corp
- Level 3
- MegaFon
- Mobily
- MTS
- Orange Business Service
- Ooredoo
- NTT Com
- PT Indosat
- Pacnet
- PCCW HKT
- PLDT
- Portugal telecom
- Reliance Infocom
- Rogers Communications
- Rostelecom
- SFR
- SingTel
- Softbank Telecom
- STC
- Swisscom
- T-Systems
- Tata Communications
- Telecom Indonesia
- Telecom Italia
- TeleDenmark
- Telefonica
- Telekom Austria
- Telekom Malaysia
- TeliaSonera
- Telstra
- TELUS
- Verizon
- Vimpelcom
- Vodafone
- Wind
- XO Communications
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