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Data Center Market in Western Europe - Industry Outlook and Forecast 2020-2025

  • ID: 5011316
  • Report
  • April 2020
  • Region: Europe
  • 343 pages
  • Arizton
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The data center market in Western Europe by investment is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 1% during the period 2019–2025.

The implementation of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) is expected to boost the data center market in Western Europe. As cloud-based services in Western Europe include hosting database, office software, financial and accounting, managing customer relationships and computer services, the demand for colocation, managed, and cloud-connectivity services will gain momentum. Several SMEs are looking to adopt cloud services such as PaaS and SaaS, and it is expected that more than 90% of SMEs in Western Europe will operate businesses through the cloud by 2024. The demand for hybrid infrastructure services is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 25% during the forecast period.

The increase in demand for data center services in Europe has led to the rise in merger and acquisition agreements. Also, data center construction is still growing at a significant rate, with large service providers investing in new construction and expansions in the European region. Besides, the data center colocation market in Europe is also witnessing increased interest from real estate and investment firms. The Europe data center market witnessed significant mergers and acquisition activities by US-based and APAC-based organizations. In 2019, QTS Realty Trust entered the market through the acquisition of TCN SIG Telehousing BV in the Netherlands. The market is also witnessing an increase in partnerships to develop and expand data center presence. For instance, Equinix partnered with GIC to invest over $1 billion for expansion activities in Europe in 2019.

The following factors are expected to contribute to the growth of the data center market in Western Europe during the forecast period:
  • Regulations driving Cloud Investments
  • Growth in Colocation & Hyperscale Investments
  • High Procurement of AI-based Servers
  • Increase in Procurement of Green Energy
  • Usage of Lithium-ion Batteries & Fuel Cells in Data Centers
Data Center Market in Western Europe: Segmentation

This research report includes detailed segmentation by IT infrastructure, electrical infrastructure, mechanical infrastructure, general construction, tier standards, and geography. The IT spending market is growing significantly YOY with Germany, Netherlands, the UK, France, and Ireland emerging as major markets. The growth is majorly driven by enterprises transforming from on-premise IT infrastructure to colocation and hyperscale and cloud operators. The server market witnessed strong growth in 2019. The procurement of ODM servers by hyperscale operators, cloud builders, and other enterprises has been a significant boost to the market. Several modern operators are involved in the adoption of server infrastructure that matches workload.

The demand for servers will continue to grow moderately as enterprises are likely to move to the cloud or colocation platforms during the forecast period. There will be an increase in demand for servers that support AI and ML application workloads. The market will also witness the adoption of AI servers as the market for high computing systems is increasing. The adoption of AI servers will increase during the forecast period in countries such as the UK, Germany, and the Netherland. There will be an increase in demand for servers with multicore processors, and the memory will grow as the average number of virtual machines per physical server continue to grow. Hyperscale operators are also expected to adopt advance storage mechanisms in new hyperscale facilities in the region.

The power systems market is expected to grow due to increasing greenfield construction, particularly greater than 10 MW. The penetration of lithium-ion battery systems is steadily growing in the market due to their reduced prices. The market is expected to look for integrated battery monitoring solutions along with infrastructure procurement at a low cost. The generators market will continue to grow because of the continuous construction of large and mega facilities. Several facilities in Western Europe adopt generators with low redundancy are they are supplied power from dual grids, with grid availability of over 99%. Also, there are facilities powered by renewable energy, where the need for redundant generators is low. The adoption of Diesel Rotary Uninterruptible Power Supply (DRUPS) systems is moderate in the market as they combine both battery and flywheel UPS topology and diesel generators to provide backup power during outages. These systems are highly reliable, efficient, and require less maintenance.

The favorable climatic conditions and the availability of renewable resources such as wind energy have helped data center operators to benefit from free cooling in the UK. Several facilities have adopted water-based cooling systems to cool their facilities. Also, the UK is the leading market for liquid-immersion cooling. Many data centers built in Germany are adopting free cooling to cool the facility. These facilities use redundant water and air-cooled system supported by free cooling with N+1 redundancy and CRAH units with N+1 configuration. In France, a majority of facilities are adopting free cooling solutions and several prefer water-based cooling using chillers. Facilities mostly prefer free cooling due to favorable climatic conditions. The facilities use CRAC units and chillers with free cooling in N+1 redundant configuration and cold aisle containment. The Netherlands market is witnessing significant growth in the adoption of free cooling systems. Enterprises are implementing redundant water and air-cooled systems supported by free cooling with N+1 redundancy and CRAH units with N+1 redundancy.

The data center market in Western Europe is expected to witness greenfield construction largely. High investments from hyperscale providers will become a major driver for revenue generation for general contractors and sub-contractors in the market. The UK market witnessed over 20 data center projects that were opened or under construction in 2019. Among them, about ten facilities were opened in 2019, and remaining facilities are likely to open by June 2020. Several facilities are built with multi-level security. There is an increasing demand for IP video surveillance systems in the market. APL, TPF Ingénierie, and CAP INGELEC are some of the notable players providing construction services in France. In terms of physical security, there is a growing demand for IP video surveillance systems in the market. A majority of facilities developed in the Netherlands is expected to be greenfield development projects during the forecast period. Equinix, CyrusOne, Microsoft, Digital Realty, and Interxion carry out greenfield development in France.

Data centers of Tier II standards are designed with minimal redundancy. There are a few facilities in Western Europe that are Tier II certified based on designing and construction. In these facilities, redundancy is recognized between UPS and PDU systems. A majority of under-developed projects across the globe fall under the Tier III category. This trend is likely to continue in Western Europe during the forecast period, with many operators expected to move to Tier IV standards due to the growth in rack power density and critical data center applications. Germany is witnessing the highest number of Tier III facilities, followed by the UK, France, and the Netherland. Most facilities in France are Tier III certified by the Uptime Institute. The use of OCP infrastructure is likely to increase among colocation providers in the country during the forecast period.

Insights by Geography

The adoption of cloud services is one of the major drivers for the UK data center market. Several government departments are migrating to the cloud environment. Over the past eight years, the government has saved over $100 million in data center consolidation. With the UK likely to move out of the European Union, service providers are expected to face stringent rules and regulations regarding the storage and processing of data outside the country.
The IT and telecommunication industries are predominant adopters of cloud computing, followed by the transportation sector in the country. In Germany, NDC Data centre, Interxion, Digital Realty, Equinix, Global Switch, CyrusOne, NTT (e-Shelter), Etix Everywhere, and Colt DCS are the major investors invested in multiple facilities. In Germany, Frankfurt, Munich, Offenbach, and Hamburg witnessed investment in 2019.

Key Country
  • UK
  • Germany
  • France
  • Netherlands
  • Ireland
  • Others
Key Vendor Analysis

The Western Europe data center market continues to grow for greenfield, brownfield, and modular data center construction. The market is witnessing increased growth in the number of facilities, with high adoption of efficient and modular infrastructure solutions. It has a strong presence of vendors across all categories – IT, electrical, and mechanical infrastructure.

The adoption of ODM-based infrastructure solutions is increasing in penetration among enterprise operators in Europe. The deployment of OCP-ready data centers by colocation operators has aided this growth. HPE, Dell Technologies, Atos, IBM, Cisco, and Lenovo have a strong presence in the region.

Prominent Data Center Critical (IT) Infrastructure Providers
  • Arista
  • Atos
  • Broadcom
  • Cisco
  • Dell Technologies
  • Extreme Network
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Inspur Group
  • Inventec
  • Juniper
  • Lenovo
  • NEC
  • NetApp
  • Oracle
  • Pure Storage
  • Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
  • Super Micro Computer
  • Wistron (Wiwynn)
Prominent Data Center Investors
  • 3data
  • Apple
  • Aruba S.P.A
  • AWS (Amazon Web Services)
  • Bahnhof
  • Bulk Infrastructure
  • Colt Data Centre Services (CCS)
  • CyrusOne
  • Digiplex
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
  • Global Switch
  • Google
  • Interxion
  • Microsoft
  • Multigrid
  • NDC Data Centers
  • NTT Communications
  • Scaleway Data Center
  • STT GDC
Prominent Construction Services Providers
  • AECOM
  • Arup Group
  • Bouygues
  • Cap Ingelec
  • DPR Construction
  • Etix Everywhere
  • Flex Enclosure
  • Future-tech
  • ISG
  • Jones Engineering Group
  • Kirby Group Engineering
  • KMCS
  • Linesight
  • LUPP Group
  • Mace Group
  • Mercury Engineering
  • M+W Group
  • NCC
  • Red Engineering
  • Skanska
  • SISK Group
  • Structure Tone
  • Winthrop
Prominent Infrastructure Providers
  • ABB
  • Airedale Air Conditioning
  • Alfa Laval
  • Asetek
  • Bosch Security Systems (Robert Bosch)
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Delta Group
  • Eaton
  • Euro-Diesel (KINOLT)
  • Hitech Power Protection
  • KOHLER (SDMO)
  • Legrand
  • Nlyte Software
  • Piller Power Systems
  • Riello UPS
  • Rittal
  • MTU On Site Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)
  • Schneider Electric
  • Socomec
  • STULZ
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • Vertiv
Key Market Insights Include
The report provides the following insights into the data center market in Western Europe during the forecast period 2020–2025.
1. It offers comprehensive insights into current industry trends, trend forecasts, and growth drivers about the data center market in Western Europe.
2. The report provides the latest analysis of share, growth drivers, challenges, and investment opportunities.
3. It offers a complete overview of segments and the regional outlook of the data center market in Western Europe.
4. The study offers a detailed overview of the vendor landscape, competitive analysis, and key market strategies to gain competitive advantage.
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1 Research Methodology

2 Research Objectives

3 Research Process

4 Scope & Coverage
4.1 Market Definition
4.2 Base Year
4.3 Scope of The Study
4.4 Market Segments
4.4.1 Infrastructure
4.4.2 IT Infrastructure
4.4.3 Electrical Infrastructure
4.4.4 Mechanical Infrastructure
4.4.5 Cooling Systems
4.4.6 General Construction
4.4.7 Tier Standards
4.4.8 Market Segmentation by Geography

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats
5.1 Key Caveats
5.2 Currency Conversion
5.3 Market Derivation

6 Market at a Glance

7 Introduction
7.1 Internet & Data Growth
7.2 Electricity Pricing in Western Europe
7.3 Data Center Site Selection Criteria
7.3.1 Overview
7.3.2 Key Indicators
7.4 Submarine Fiber Cable Projects

8 Impact Of COVID-19
8.1 Impact of COVID-19 on Data Center Industry
8.1.1 Construction Perspectivity
8.1.2 Infrastructure Production & Procurement
8.1.3 Data Center Operations
8.2 Impact of Covid-19 in Western Europe
8.2.1 Market Investment Estimate
8.2.2 Estimated Investment Deferral Due to Covid-19

9 Market Growth Enablers
9.1 Regulations Drive Cloud Investment
9.2 Growing Colocation & Hyperscale Investments
9.3 IoT & Smart City Initiatives To Fuel Data Traffic
9.4 Increasing Procurement Of Ai-Based Servers
9.5 Rising Procurement Of All-Flash Arrays

10 Market Growth Restraints
10.1 Increase In Power & Network Outages
10.2 Location Constraints For Data Center Construction
10.3 Dearth Of Skilled Workforce

11 Growth Opportunities & Trends
11.1 Increasing Procurement Of Green Energy
11.2 5G To Increase Edge Data Center Deployment
11.3 Increase In Rack Power Density
11.4 Adoption Of 200/400 GBE Switch Ports
11.5 M&As And Joint Ventures Fuel Market Growth
11.6 Usage Of Lithium-Ion Batteries & Fuel Cells In Data Centers

12 Market Landscape
12.1 Market Overview
12.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
12.3 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
12.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
12.5 Five Forces Analysis
12.5.1 Threat of New Entrants
12.5.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
12.5.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers
12.5.4 Threat of Substitutes
12.5.5 Competitive Rivalry

13 Infrastructure
13.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
13.2 Market Overview
13.3 IT Infrastructure
13.3.1 Market Overview
13.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
13.4 Electrical Infrastructure
13.4.1 Market Overview
13.4.2 Market Size & Forecast
13.5 Mechanical Infrastructure
13.5.1 Market Overview
13.5.2 Market Size & Forecast
13.6 General Construction
13.6.1 Market Overview
13.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

14 IT Infrastructure
14.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
14.3 Server Infrastructure
14.3.1 Market Overview
14.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
14.4 Storage Infrastructure
14.4.1 Market Overview
14.4.2 Market Size & Forecast
14.5 Network Infrastructure
14.5.1 Market Overview
14.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

15 Electrical Infrastructure
15.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
15.2 UPS Systems
15.2.1 Market Overview
15.2.2 Market Size & Forecast
15.3 Generators
15.3.1 Market Overview
15.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
15.4 Transfer Switches & Switchgears
15.4.1 Market Overview
15.4.2 Market Size & Forecast
15.5 PDU
15.5.1 Market Overview
15.5.2 Market Size & Forecast
15.6 Other Electrical Infrastructure
15.6.1 Market Overview
15.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

16 Mechanical Infrastructure
16.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
16.2 Cooling Systems
16.2.1 Market Overview
16.2.2 Market Size & Forecast
16.3 Racks
16.3.1 Market Overview
16.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
16.4 Other Mechanical Infrastructure
16.4.1 Market Overview
16.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

17 Cooling Systems
17.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
17.2 CRAC & CRAH Units
17.2.1 Market Overview
17.2.2 Market Size & Forecast
17.3 Chiller Units
17.3.1 Market Overview
17.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
17.4 Economizers & Evaporative Coolers
17.4.1 Market Overview
17.4.2 Market Size & Forecast
17.5 Cooling Towers, Condensers, & Dry Coolers
17.5.1 Market Overview
17.5.2 Market Size & Forecast
17.6 Other Cooling Units
17.6.1 Market Overview
17.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

18 Cooling Techniques
18.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
18.2 Air-Based Cooling Techniques
18.2.1 Market Overview
18.2.2 Market Size & Forecast
18.3 Liquid-Based Cooling Techniques
18.3.1 Market Overview
18.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

19 General Construction
19.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
19.2 Building Development
19.2.1 Market Overview
19.2.2 Market Size And Forecast
19.3 Installation & Commissioning Services
19.3.1 Market Overview
19.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
19.4 Building Design
19.4.1 Market Overview
19.4.2 Market Size & Forecast
19.5 Physical Security
19.5.1 Market Overview
19.5.2 Market Size & Forecast
19.6 Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)
19.6.1 Market Overview
19.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

20 Tier Standards
20.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
20.2 Overview Of Tier Standards
20.3 TIER I & TIER II
20.3.1 Market Overview
20.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
20.4 TIER III
20.4.1 Market Overview
20.4.2 Market Size & Forecast
20.5 TIER IV
20.5.1 Market Overview
20.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

21 Geography
21.1 Investment: Snapshot & Growth Engine
21.2 Area: Snapshot & Growth Engine
21.3 Power Capacity: Snapshot & Growth Engine
22 UK
22.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
22.2 Market Overview
22.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
22.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
22.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
22.6 Support Infrastructure
22.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
22.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
22.6.3 General Construction: Market Investment & Forecast

23 Germany
23.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
23.2 Market Overview
23.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
23.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
23.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
23.6 Support Infrastructure
23.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
23.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
23.6.3 General Construction: Market Investment & Forecast

24 France
24.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
24.2 Market Overview
24.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
24.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
24.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
24.6 Support Infrastructure
24.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
24.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
24.6.3 General Construction: Market Investment & Forecast

25 Netherlands
25.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
25.2 Market Overview
25.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
25.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
25.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
25.6 Support Infrastructure
25.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
25.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
25.6.3 General Construction: Market Investment & Forecast

26 Ireland
26.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
26.2 Market Overview
26.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
26.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
26.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
26.6 Support Infrastructure
26.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
26.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
26.6.3 General Construction: Market Investment & Forecast

27 Other Western European Countries
27.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
27.2 Market Overview
27.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
27.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
27.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
27.6 Support Infrastructure
27.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
27.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Investment & Forecast
27.6.3 General Construction: Market Investment & Forecast

28 Key Market Participants
28.1 Competitive Scenario
28.2 IT Infrastructure Providers
28.3 Electrical & Mechanical Infrastructure Providers
28.4 Construction Contractors

29 Prominent IT Infrastructure Providers
29.1 Arista
29.1.1 Business Overview
29.1.2 Product Offerings
29.2 Atos
29.2.1 Business Overview
29.2.2 Product Offerings
29.3 Broadcom
29.3.1 Business Overview
29.3.2 Product Offerings
29.4 Cisco
29.4.1 Business Overview
29.4.2 Product Offerings
29.4.3 Key News
29.5 Dell Technologies
29.5.1 Business Overview
29.5.2 Product Offerings
29.5.3 Key News
29.6 Extreme Networks
29.6.1 Business Overview
29.6.2 Product Offerings
29.7 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
29.7.1 Business Overview
29.7.2 Product Offerings
29.7.3 Key News
29.8 Hitachi Vantara
29.8.1 Business Overview
29.8.2 Product Offerings
29.9 Huawei
29.9.1 Business Overview
29.9.2 Product Offerings
29.9.3 Key News
29.10 IBM
29.10.1 Business Overview
29.10.2 Product Offerings
29.10.3 Key News
29.11 INSPUR
29.11.1 Business Overview
29.11.2 Product Offerings
29.11.3 Key News
29.12 Inventec
29.12.1 Business Overview
29.12.2 Product Offerings
29.13 Juniper
29.13.1 Business Overview
29.13.2 Product Offerings
29.14 Lenovo
29.14.1 Business Overview
29.14.2 Product Offerings
29.15 NEC
29.15.1 Business Overview
29.15.2 Product Offerings
29.16 Netapp
29.16.1 Business Overview
29.16.2 Product Offerings
29.17 Oracle
29.17.1 Business Overview
29.17.2 Product Offerings
29.18 Pure Storage
29.18.1 Business Overview
29.18.2 Product Offerings
29.19 Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
29.19.1 Business Overview
29.19.2 Product Offerings
29.20 Super Micro Computer
29.20.1 Business Overview
29.20.2 Product Offerings
29.21 Wistron (WIWYNN)
29.21.1 Business Overview
29.21.2 Product Offerings

30 Prominent Construction Contractors
30.1 Aecom
30.1.1 Overview
30.1.2 Service Offerings
30.2 Arup Group
30.2.1 Overview
30.2.2 Service Offerings
30.3 Bouygues
30.3.1 Overview
30.3.2 Service Offerings
30.4 CAP Ingelec
30.4.1 Overview
30.4.2 Service Offerings
30.5 DPR Construction
30.5.1 Overview
30.5.2 Service Offerings
30.6 Etix Everywhere
30.6.1 Overview
30.6.2 Products & Service Offerings
30.7 Flex Enclosure
30.7.1 Overview
30.7.2 Product & Service Offerings
30.8 Future-Tech
30.8.1 Overview
30.8.2 Service Offerings
30.9 ISG
30.9.1 Business Overview
30.9.2 Service Offerings
30.10 Jones Engineering Group
30.10.1 Business Overview
30.10.2 Service Offerings
30.11 Kirby Group Engineering
30.11.1 Business Overview
30.11.2 Service Offerings
30.12 KMCS
30.12.1 Overview
30.12.2 Service Offerings
30.13 Linesight
30.13.1 Overview
30.13.2 Service Offerings
30.14 Lupp Group
30.14.1 Business Overview
30.14.2 Service Offerings
30.15 Mace Group
30.15.1 Business Overview
30.15.2 Service Offerings
30.16 Mercury Engineering
30.16.1 Overview
30.16.2 Service Offerings
30.17 M+W GROUP
30.17.1 Business Overview
30.17.2 Service Offerings
30.18 NCC
30.18.1 Overview
30.18.2 Service Offerings
30.19 Red Engineering
30.19.1 Overview
30.19.2 Service Offerings
30.20 Skanska
30.20.1 Overview
30.20.2 Service Offerings
30.21 SISK Group
30.21.1 Overview
30.21.2 Service Offerings
30.22 Structure Tone
30.22.1 Business Overview
30.22.2 Service Offerings
30.23 Winthrop
30.23.1 Business Overview
30.23.2 Service Offerings

31 Key Infrastructure Providers
31.1 ABB
31.1.1 Business Overview
31.1.2 Product Offerings
31.2 Airedale Air Conditioning
31.2.1 Overview
31.2.2 Product Offerings
31.3 Alfa Laval
31.3.1 Overview
31.3.2 Product Offerings
31.4 ASETEK
31.4.1 Business Overview
31.4.2 Product Offerings
31.5 Bosch Security Systems (Robert Bosch)
31.5.1 Business Overview
31.5.2 Product Offerings
31.6 Caterpillar
31.6.1 Overview
31.6.2 Product Offerings
31.7 Cummins
31.7.1 Overview
31.7.2 Product Offerings
31.8 Delta Group
31.8.1 Business Overview
31.8.2 Product Offerings
31.9 Eaton
31.9.1 Business Overview
31.9.2 Product Offerings
31.1 Euro-Diesel (Kinolt)
31.10.1 Business Overview
31.10.2 Product Offerings
31.11 Hitech Power Protection
31.11.1 Business Overview
31.11.2 Product Offerings
31.12 Kohler (SDMO)
31.12.1 Business Overview
31.12.2 Product Offerings
31.13 Legrand
31.13.1 Business Overview
31.13.2 Product Offerings
31.14 Nlyte Software
31.14.1 Business Overview
31.14.2 Product Offerings
31.15 Piller Power Systems
31.15.1 Business Overview
31.15.2 Product Offerings
31.16 Riello UPS
31.16.1 Business Overview
31.16.2 Product Offerings
31.17 Rittal
31.17.1 Overview
31.17.2 Product Offerings
31.18 Mtu On Site Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems Ag)
31.18.1 Business Overview
31.18.2 Product Offerings
31.19 Schneider Electric
31.19.1 Business Overview
31.19.2 Product Offerings
31.2 Socomec
31.20.1 Business Overview
31.20.2 Product Offerings
31.21 Stulz
31.21.1 Business Overview
31.21.2 Product Offerings
31.22 Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
31.22.1 Business Overview
31.22.2 Product Offerings
31.23 Vertiv
31.23.1 Business Overview
31.23.2 Product Offerings

32 Key Data Center Investors
32.1 Aruba S.P.A
32.1.1 Business Overview
32.1.2 Service Offerings
32.1.3 Key News
32.2 AWS (Amazon Web Services)
32.2.1 Business Overview
32.2.2 Service Offerings
32.3 Colt Data Center Services (Colt DCS)
32.3.1 Business Overview
32.3.2 Service Offerings
32.3.3 Key News
32.4 Cyxtera Technologies
32.4.1 Business Overview
32.4.2 Service Offerings
32.4.3 Key News
32.5 Cyrusone
32.5.1 Business Overview
32.5.2 Service Offerings
32.5.3 Key News
32.6 Digital Realty
32.6.1 Business Overview
32.6.2 Service Offerings
32.6.3 Key News
32.7 Edgeconnex
32.7.1 Business Overview
32.7.2 Service Offerings
32.7.3 Key News
32.8 Equinix
32.8.1 Business Overview
32.8.2 Service Offerings
32.8.3 Key News
32.9 Facebook
32.9.1 Business Overview
32.9.2 Service Offerings
32.10 Global Switch
32.10.1 Business Overview
32.10.2 Service Offerings
32.10.3 Key News
32.11 Google
32.11.1 Business Overview
32.11.2 Service Offerings
32.12 Green Datacenter AG
32.12.1 Business Overview
32.12.2 Service Offerings
32.12.3 Key News
32.13 Interxion
32.13.1 Business Overview
32.13.2 Service Offerings
32.13.3 Key News
32.14 Microsoft
32.14.1 Business Overview
32.14.2 Service Offerings
32.15 NDC Data Centers
32.15.1 Business Overview
32.15.2 Service Offerings
32.16 Next Generation Data (NGD)
32.16.1 Business Overview
32.16.2 Service Offerings
32.17 NTT Communications (e-shelter)
32.17.1 Business Overview
32.17.2 Service Offerings
32.17.3 Key News
32.18 Orange
32.18.1 Business Overview
32.18.2 Service Offerings
32.18.3 Key News
32.19 Scaleway Data Center
32.19.1 Business Overview
32.19.2 Service Offerings
32.2 ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC)
32.20.1 Business Overview
32.20.2 Service Offerings

33 Report Summary
33.1 Key Takeaways

34 Quantitative Summary
34.1 Overall Market
34.2 Market By Infrastructure
34.3 Market By Support Infrastructure
34.4 Market by IT Infrastructure
34.5 Market by Electrical Infrastructure
34.6 Market by Mechanical Infrastructure
34.6.1 Market by Cooling Systems
34.6.2 Market by Cooling Technique
34.7 Market by General Construction
34.8 Market by Tier Standard
34.9 Regional Market by Investment
34.1 Regional Market by Area
34.11 Regional Market by Power Capacity
34.12 UK
34.12.1 Market in UK
34.12.2 Market by Infrastructure
34.13 Germany
34.13.1 Market in Germany
34.13.2 Germany by Infrastructure
34.14 Netherlands
34.14.1 Market in Netherlands
34.14.2 Netherlands by Infrastructure
34.15 France
34.15.1 Market in France
34.15.2 France by Infrastructure
34.16 Ireland
34.16.1 Market in Ireland
34.16.2 Ireland by Infrastructure
34.17 Other Western European Countries
34.17.1 Market in Other Western European Countries
34.17.2 Other Western European Country by Infrastructure

35 Appendix
35.1 Abbreviations
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  • Arista
  • Atos
  • Broadcom
  • Cisco
  • Dell Technologies
  • Extreme Network
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Huawei
  • IBM Inspur Group
  • Inventec
  • Juniper
  • Lenovo
  • NEC
  • NetApp
  • Oracle
  • Pure Storage
  • Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
  • Super Micro Computer
  • Wistron (Wiwynn)
  • 3data
  • Apple
  • Aruba S.P.A
  • AWS (Amazon Web Services)
  • Bahnhof
  • Bulk Infrastructure
  • Colt Data Centre Services (CCS)
  • CyrusOne
  • Digiplex
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
  • Global Switch
  • Google
  • Interxion
  • Microsoft
  • Multigrid
  • NDC Data Centers
  • NTT Communications
  • Scaleway Data Center
  • STT GDC
  • AECOM
  • Arup Group
  • Bouygues
  • Cap Ingelec
  • DPR Construction
  • Etix Everywhere
  • Flex Enclosure
  • Future-tech
  • ISG
  • Jones Engineering Group
  • Kirby Group Engineering
  • KMCS
  • Linesight
  • LUPP Group
  • Mace Group
  • Mercury Engineering
  • M+W Group
  • NCC
  • Red Engineering
  • Skanska
  • SISK Group
  • Structure Tone
  • Winthrop
  • ABB
  • Airedale Air Conditioning
  • Alfa Laval
  • Asetek
  • Bosch Security Systems (Robert Bosch)
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Delta Group
  • Eaton
  • Euro-Diesel (KINOLT)
  • Hitech Power Protection
  • KOHLER (SDMO)
  • Legrand
  • Nlyte Software
  • Piller Power Systems
  • Riello UPS
  • Rittal
  • MTU On Site Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)
  • Schneider Electric
  • Socomec
  • STULZ
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • Vertiv
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Our research comprises a mix of primary and secondary research. The secondary research sources that are typically referred to include, but are not limited to, company websites, annual reports, financial reports, company pipeline charts, broker reports, investor presentations and SEC filings, journals and conferences, internal proprietary databases, news articles, press releases, and webcasts specific to the companies operating in any given market.

Primary research involves email interactions with the industry participants across major geographies. The participants who typically take part in such a process include, but are not limited to, CEOs, VPs, business development managers, market intelligence managers, and national sales managers. We primarily rely on internal research work and internal databases that we have populated over the years. We cross-verify our secondary research findings with the primary respondents participating in the study.



 

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