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Data Center Market in US - Industry Outlook and Forecast 2020-2025

  • ID: 5018698
  • Report
  • April 2020
  • Region: United States
  • 405 Pages
  • Arizton
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The US Data Center Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR of Over 1% During the Period 2019–2025.

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB
  • Corgan
  • Equinix
  • Hitec Power Protection
  • M+W Group
  • SK Hynix (SK Group)
  • MORE

A few major criteria for the growth of data centers in the US are the availability of tax incentives, renewable energy sources, and reliable electricity supply. The outbreak of COVID-19 virus has altered the data centers construction in the US, where the opening of several new facilities is likely to be delayed by up to three months. Tax incentives offered by local government agencies are factors encouraging service providers to establish new facilities in the US. Several state and local governments provide investment and sales tax incentives to attract operators. In the US, over 25 states are offering specific tax incentives for the building of new facilities, which include Virginia, Illinois, Ohio, North Carolina, Alabama, New York, Arizona, and Nebraska. In 2019, Indiana, state legislators passed a law that exempts sales taxes on infrastructure and electricity costs for sizable data center construction. Such tax breaks can amount to the saving of $1.75−10.5 million for each qualifying Indiana-domiciled data center. Hence, the availability of several tax incentives from regulatory agencies has been the major driver for hyperscale data center growth in the US.

The following factors are expected to contribute to the growth of the US data center market during the forecast period:

  • Emergence of Nickle-Zinc & Lithium-Ion Batteries Replacing VRLA in Data Centers
  • Increasing Procurement of Renewable Energy
  • Emergence of QLC NAND Flash Drives
  • High Increase in Hyperscale Investments

The report considers the present scenario of the US data center market during the forecast period, and it's market dynamics for the forecast period 2020−2025. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report profiles and examines leading companies and several other prominent companies operating in the market.

Us Data Center Market: Segmentation

This research report includes a detailed segmentation by IT infrastructure, electrical infrastructure, mechanical infrastructure, general construction, tier standards, and geography. The procurement of ODM servers by hyperscale operators, cloud builders, and other enterprises has offered a significant boost to the server market. Server systems based on x86 architecture dominate the US data center market. Most modern operators are adopting servers that suit their workload requirements. The demand for servers suitable for the cloud environment will continue to grow during the forecast as service providers expand their presence in the US. Servers with multicore processors and memory are expected to grow as the average number of virtual machines per physical servers continue to grow.

The adoption of modular, scalable, and lithium-ion powered systems in the facilities is expected an increment in revenue from the UPS systems segment. Several hyperscale facilities are built to support a critical power capacity of over 15 MW, which is expected to boost the data center power infrastructure procurement. Several facilities are equipped with dedicated UPS systems with a minimum of N+1 power redundancy and flexible design support 2N+1 redundant system installation. The adoption of intelligent rack PDUs supporting up to 20 kW will increase with the use of high-performance computing infrastructure in the US. Diesel generators are more likely to be adopted than any other generators such as biofuel or natural gas. Most facilities are installed with >2 MW capacity per unit. Generators are usually accepted with N+1 redundancy in the region. Also, the facilities currently comprise UPS with N+2 UPS redundancy. Switchgears are commonly adopted with N+1 or 2N redundancy and are providing diverse feed to IT rack cabinets in data centers across the region.

Southeastern, Northeastern, Mid-Western, and some parts of Western US states support free-cooling techniques, which reduce the electricity cost by up to 30%. In other states, the operators adopt free-cooling techniques that include chillers with evaporate cooling. Leading data center development destinations such as Virginia supports up to 5,500 hours of passive free cooling methods annually, thereby reducing the adoption of chillers. Alabama and Florida support around 3,500 hours and 3,000 hours of free cooling methods, respectively. In South-Western, Texas supports up to 3,500 hours of passive free cooling methods annually, thereby reducing the use of chillers. Arizona and New Mexico, on the other side, support around 3,500 hours of free cooling methods. Several facilities in the US South Western region that utilize air-cooling chillers and CRAC units.

Ashburn has become a major data center development location. DPR Construction and Jacobs Engineering Group contractor are among the major players in providing construction services in the South Eastern region. The facilities are expected to commit the 100% uptime service level agreement on network and power along with Tier III and IV standards. Several facilities can efficiently manage power, temperature, and environmental conditions via data center monitoring solutions.
Arizona and Texas in South Western have become major data center locations. The monitoring solutions enable facilities to manage power, temperature, and environmental conditions. Several facilities in Mid-Western are constructed with multi-level security cover and equipped with perimeter fencing, anti-intrusion system, dual authentication entry, biometric and color-coded key card security, and interior and exterior video surveillance. There is a growing demand for IP video surveillance systems in the market. In the Western US, operators have adopted real-time branch circuit monitoring for temperature and humidity. The country comprises both brownfield and greenfield projects. Most of the facilities will be constructed according to Tier III standards, aiming to attain LEED and the Uptime Institute certifications.

Small-scale colocation facilities are likely to operate with redundancy in UPS systems and PDU devices. A majority of underdeveloped projects in the US fall under the Tier III category. This trend is likely to continue during the forecast period, with several operators expected to shift to the Tier IV category based on the growth in rack power density and critical applications. Most new facilities are designed to be Tier III standards with a minimum of N+1 redundancy and can be reconfigured with up to 2N+1 redundancy. In 2019, over 50 new facilities were opened in the US, which were Tier III designed. Tier IV data centers are equipped with 2N+1 redundancy in the infrastructure that makes the facility fault-tolerant, with UPS systems and PDUs having 2N+2 redundancy.  

Market Segmentation by IT Infrastructure

  • Servers
  • Storage
  • Network

Market Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure

  • UPS Systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches and Switchgears
  • Rack PDU
  • Other Electrical Infrastructures

Market Segmentation by Mechanical Infrastructure

  • Cooling SystemsCRAC & CRAH unitsChiller UnitsCooling Towers, Dry Coolers, & CondensersOther Cooling Units
  • Racks
  • Others Mechanical Infrastructure

Market Segmentation by General Infrastructure

  • Building Development
  • Installation and Commissioning Services
  • Building Designs
  • Physical Security
  • DCIM & BMS

Market Segmentation by Tier Standards

  • Tier I &II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV

Insights By Geography

Data centers in the South Eastern US are significantly contributing to the market. Overall, the Southeast US data center market witnessed around 50 projects in 2019, which is expected to be operational by June 2020. Several facilities have been developed by colocation service providers with an adaptable power redundancy that can be changed according to the customer's operational requirements. In 2019, the Virginia market witnessed an investment of over $1 billion with the opening of several projects in the region.

Facebook and Apple have observed major investments in New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona. Arizona is found to be a noteworthy US data center market for its retail colocation, wholesale colocation, powered shell, and built-to-suit initiatives. A major reason for the growth in Texas region includes the advantage of land acquisitions, robust power grid, competitive power rates, and tax incentives. In the South Western and Mid-Western US, there were about 25 facilities that were opened or under construction in 2019, which is likely to be operational by 2020.

Key Regions

  • North Eastern US
  • South Eastern US
  • Mid-Western US
  • South Western US
  • Western US

Key Vendor Analysis

Cummins and Caterpillar have a strong presence in the market. The adoption of lithium-ion batteries, fuel cell technology, natural gas generators, intelligent PDUs, and high-voltage switchgears is expected to grow significantly during the forecast period. Mechanical infrastructure comprises multiple systems that provide sufficient cooling solutions for growing rack power density. The market will witness a high competition in the US as the construction of the data center is growing, and the operators are constantly looking out for energy-efficient cooling systems with low carbon emissions. Vendors are also partnering with modular facility developers and direct liquid cooling providers to increase their revenue, and the trend is likely to continue during the forecast period.

Prominent Data Center Critical (IT) Infrastructure Providers

  • Cisco
  • Dell Technologies
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Lenovo
  • NetApp

Prominent Data Center Investors

  • Apple
  • AWS (Amazon Web Service)
  • CyrusOne
  • Compass Data Centers (Root Data Center)
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Microsoft

Prominent Construction Contractors

  • NTT Communications (Ragingwire Data Centers)
  • Switch
  • Vantage Data Centeron Contractors
  • AECOM
  • Corgan
  • DPR Construction
  • Holder Construction
  • Jacobs Engineering
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • Turner Construction

Prominent Support Infrastructure Providers

  • ABB
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Eaton
  • Schneider Electric
  • STULZ
  • Vertiv

Other Prominent Critical (IT) Infrastructure Providers - AccelStor, Avere Systems (Microsoft), DataDirect Networks (DDN), Fujitsu, Hitachi Vantara, Infortrend Technology, Inspur, Intel, Kaminario, Micron, Mitac Holdings, Nimbus Data, Pivot3, QNAP Systems, Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer), Samsung, Seagate Technology, SK Hynix (SK Group), Super Micro Computer, Synology, Toshiba, Violin Systems, Western Digital, Wiwynn (Wistron)

Other Prominent Support Infrastructure Providers - Airedale Air Conditioning, Altima Technologies (NetZoom), Asetek, Bloom Energy, Condair Group, Cormant, Cyber Power Systems, Data Aire, Delta Group, Euro-Diesel (KINOLT), FNT, Generac Power Systems, Green Revolution Cooling (GRC), HighPower, Hitec Power Protection, KOHLER (SDMO), Legrand, Mitsubishi, MTU On Site Energy (ROLLS-ROYCE POWER SYSTEMS AG), Nlyte Software, Rittal, Trane (Ingersoll Rand), Tripp Lite, ZincFive

Other Prominent Construction Contractors - Balfour Beatty US, BlueScope Construction, Clune Construction, Fluor Corporation, Fortis Construction, Gensler, Gilbane Building Co., HDR Architecture, HITT Contracting, Hoffman Construction, JE Dunn Construction, Linesight, M+W Group, Morrison Hershfield, Mortenson Construction, Rogers-O’Brien Construction, Structure Tone, Walsh Group, Whiting-Turner Contracting

Other Prominent Data Center Investors - Aligned Energy, COPT Data Center Solutions (COPT DCS), CoreSite Realty, Cyxtera Technologies, DataBank, Data Foundry, DC Blox, EdgeCore Internet Real Estate, EdgeConnex, Flexential, Fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty, GIGA Data Centers, H5 Data Centers, Iron Mountain, Quality Technology Services (QTS Realty Trust), Stream Data Center, Sabey Data Center, Stack Infrastructure, T5 Data Centers

Key Market Insights

The report provides the following insights into the US data center market during the forecast period 2020–2025.
1. It offers comprehensive insights into current industry trends, trend forecast, and growth drivers about the market in the US.
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 US data center market.
4. The study offers a detailed overview of the vendor landscape, competitive analysis, and key strategies to gain competitive advantage.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB
  • Corgan
  • Equinix
  • Hitec Power Protection
  • M+W Group
  • SK Hynix (SK Group)
  • MORE

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 Market Segmentation by Infrastructure
4.4.2 Market Segmentation by IT Infrastructure
4.4.3 Market Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure
4.4.4 Market Segmentation by Mechanical Infrastructure
4.4.5 Market Segmentation by Cooling Systems
4.4.6 Market Segmentation by General Construction
4.4.7 Market Segmentation by 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 Submarine Cables
7.2 Data Center Site Selection Criteria
7.2.1 Key

8 Impact Of Covid-19 On Data Center Industry
8.1 Impact of COVID-19
8.1.1 Construction Perspectivity
8.1.2 Infrastructure Production & Procurement
8.1.3 Data Center Operations
8.2 Impact of COVID-19 in Data Center Market in US
8.2.1 Data Center Market in US 2019-2025

9 Market Growth Enablers
9.1 Cloud Demand Fuels Expansion Initiatives
9.2 Big Data & Iot Drives Data Center Development
9.3 Increase In Colocation Investment
9.4 Skyrocketing Hyperscale Investments
9.5 Declining Cost Of Ssds Fueling All-Flash Storage Adoption
9.6 State Incentives For Data Center Development
9.7 Rising Facility Development Targeting Pue Of <1.5
9.8 M&As To Drive Data Center Expansion

10 Market Growth Restraints
10.1 Rising Carbon Emissions From Data Centers
10.2 Increase In Power & Network Outages
10.3 Increasing Water Consumption By Data Centers
10.4 Security Challenges in Data Centers
10.5 Dearth of Skilled Workforce

11 Market Opportunities & Trends
11.1 5G Deployment To Increase Edge Data Center Investments
11.2 Increasing Procurement Of Renewable Energy
11.3 Nickle-Zinc & Lithium-Ion Batteries Replacing VRLA In Data Centers
11.4 Software-Defined Power To Monitor & Automate Power Infrastructure
11.5 Emergence Of QLC Nand Flash Drives
11.6 AI Increases Liquid Cooling Solutions For Data Centers
11.7 Increasing Penetration Of 200GBE & 400GBE Switch Ports

12 Market Landscape
12.1 Market Overview
12.2 Market Size & Forecast
12.3 Five Forces Analysis
12.3.1 Threat of New Entrants
12.3.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
12.3.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers
12.3.4 Threat of Substitutes
12.3.5 Competitive Rivalry

13 By Infrastructure
13.1 IT Infrastructure
13.1.1 Market Overview
13.1.2 Market Size & Forecast
13.2 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
13.3 Market Overview
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 By IT Infrastructure
14.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
14.2 Server Infrastructure
14.2.1 Market Overview
14.2.2 Market Size & Forecast
14.3 Storage Infrastructure
14.3.1 Market Overview
14.3.2 Market Size & Forecast
14.4 Network Infrastructure
14.4.1 Market Overview
14.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

15 By 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 & Switchgear
15.4.1 Market Overview
15.4.2 Market Size & Forecast
15.5 Power Distribution Units
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 By 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 By 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 Cooling Towers, Condensers & Dry Coolers
17.4.1 Market Overview
17.4.2 Market Size & Forecast
17.5 Economizers & Evaporative 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 By Cooling Technique
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 By General Construction
19.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
19.2 Building Development
19.2.1 Market Overview
19.2.2 Market Size & 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 DCIM/BMS SOLUTIONS
19.6.1 Market Overview
19.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

20 By Tier Standards
20.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
20.2 Overview of Tier Standards
20.3 TIER I & 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 By Geography
21.1 Geography Snapshot & Growth Engine
21.2 Area: Snapshot & Growth Engine
21.3 Power Capacity: Snapshot & Growth Engine

22 South Eastern US
22.1 Market Overview
22.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
22.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
22.4 Electricity Pricing In South Eastern Us
22.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
22.6 Market By Infrastructure
22.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
22.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
22.6.3 General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

23 South Western US
23.1 Market Overview
23.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
23.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
23.4 Electricity Pricing In South Western Us
23.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
23.6 Market By Infrastructure
23.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
23.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
23.6.3 General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

24 Mid-Western US
24.1 Market Overview
24.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
24.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
24.4 Electricity Pricing In Mid-Western Us
24.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
24.6 Market by Infrastructure
24.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
24.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
24.6.3 General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

25 Western US
25.1 Market Overview
25.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
25.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
25.4 Electricity Pricing In Western Us
25.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
25.6 Market By Infrastructure
25.6.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
25.6.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
25.6.3 General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

26 North Eastern US
26.1 Market Overview
26.1.1 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
26.2 Area: Market Size & Forecast
26.3 Electricity Pricing In North Eastern US
26.1 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
26.2 Market By Infrastructure
26.2.1 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
26.2.2 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
26.2.3 General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

27 Competitive Landscape
27.1 IT Infrastructure Providers
27.2 Electrical Infrastructure
27.3 Mechanical Infrastructure
27.4 General Construction

28 Key Data Center Critical (IT) Infrastructure Providers
28.1 Cisco
28.1.1 Business Overview
28.1.2 Product Offerings
28.1.3 Key News
28.2 Dell Technologies
28.2.1 Business Overview
28.2.2 Product Offerings
28.2.3 Key News
28.3 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
28.3.1 Business Overview
28.3.2 Product Offerings
28.3.3 Key News
28.4 Huawei
28.4.1 Business Overview
28.4.2 Product Offerings
28.4.3 Key News
28.5 IBM
28.5.1 Business Overview
28.5.2 Product Offerings
28.5.3 Key News
28.6 Lenovo
28.6.1 Business Overview
28.6.2 Product Offerings
28.7 NETAPP
28.7.1 Business Overview
28.7.2 Product Offerings

30 Key Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers
29.1 ABB
29.1.1 Business Overview
29.1.2 Product Offerings
29.1.3 Key News
29.2 Caterpillar
29.2.1 Business Overview
29.2.2 Product Offerings
29.3 Cummins
29.3.1 Business Overview
29.3.2 Product Offerings
29.3.3 Key News
29.4 Eaton
29.4.1 Business Overview
29.4.2 Product Offerings
29.4.3 Key News
29.5 Schneider Electric
29.5.1 Business Overview
29.5.2 Product Offerings
29.5.3 Key News
29.6 Stulz
29.6.1 Business Overview
29.6.2 Product Offerings
29.7 Vertiv
29.7.1 Business Overview
29.7.2 Product Offerings
29.7.3 Key News

30 Key Data Center Contractors
30.1 Aecom
30.1.1 Business Overview
30.1.2 Service offerings
30.2 Corgan
30.2.1 Business Overview
30.2.2 Service Offerings
30.3 DPR Construction
30.3.1 Business Overview
30.3.2 Service Offerings
30.3.3 Key News
30.4 Holder Construction
30.4.1 Business Overview
30.4.2 Service Offerings
30.5 Jacobs Engineering Group
30.5.1 Business Overview
30.5.2 Service Offerings
30.6 Syska Hennessy Group
30.6.1 Business Overview
30.6.2 Service Offerings
30.7 Turner Construction
30.7.1 Business Overview
30.7.2 Service Offerings

31 Key Data Center Investors
31.1 Apple
31.1.1 Business Overview
31.2 AWS (Amazon Web Services)
31.2.1 Business Overview
31.2.2 Service Offerings
31.2.3 Key News
31.3 Cyrusone
31.3.1 Business Overview
31.3.2 Service Offerings
31.3.3 Key News
31.4 Compass Data Centers (Root Data Center)
31.4.1 Business Overview
31.4.2 Service Offerings
31.4.3 Key News
31.5 Digital Realty
31.5.1 Business Overview
31.5.2 Service Offerings
31.5.3 Key News
31.6 Equinix
31.6.1 Business Overview
31.6.2 Service Offerings
31.6.3 Key News
31.7 Facebook
31.7.1 Business Overview
31.7.2 Service Offerings
31.8 Google
31.8.1 Business Overview
31.8.2 Service Offerings
31.9 Microsoft
31.9.1 Business Overview
31.9.2 Service Offerings
31.10 NTT Communications (Ragingwire Data Centers)
31.10.1 Business Overview
31.10.2 Service Offerings
31.10.3 Key News
31.11 Switch
31.11.1 Business Overview
31.11.2 Service Offerings
31.11.3 Key News
31.12 Vantage Data Center
31.12.1 Business Overview
31.12.2 Service Offerings
31.12.3 Key News

32 Other Prominent Critical (IT) Infrastructure Providers
32.1 Accelstor
32.1.1 Business Overview
32.1.2 Product Offerings
32.1.3 Key News
32.2 Avere Systems (Microsoft)
32.2.1 Business Overview
32.2.2 Product Offerings
32.3 Datadirect Networks
32.3.1 Business Overview
32.3.2 Product Offerings
32.3.3 Key News
32.4 Fujitsu
32.4.1 Business Overview
32.4.2 Product Offerings
32.4.3 Key News
32.5 Hitachi Vantara
32.5.1 Business Overview
32.5.2 Product Offerings
32.6 Infortrend Technology
32.6.1 Business Overview
32.6.2 Product Offerings
32.6.3 Key News
32.7 Inspur
32.7.1 Business Overview
32.7.2 Product Offerings
32.7.3 Key News
32.8 Intel
32.8.1 Business Overview
32.8.2 Product Offerings
32.8.3 Key News
32.9 Kaminario
32.9.1 Business Overview
32.9.2 Product Offerings
32.9.3 Key News
32.10 Micron
32.10.1 Business overview
32.10.2 Product Offerings
32.11 Mitac Holdings
32.11.1 Business Overview
32.11.2 Product Offerings
32.11.3 Key News
32.12 Nimbus Data
32.12.1 Business Overview
32.12.2 Product Offerings
32.13 PIVOT3
32.13.1 Business Overview
32.13.2 Product Offerings
32.14 Qnap Systems
32.14.1 Business Overview
32.14.2 Product Offerings
32.15 Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
32.15.1 Business Overview
32.15.2 Product Offerings
32.16 Samsung
32.16.1 Business Overview
32.16.2 Product Offerings
32.17 Seagate Technology
32.17.1 Business Overview
32.17.2 Product Offerings
32.18 SK Hynix (SK Group)
32.18.1 Business Overview
32.18.2 Product Offerings
32.19 Super Micro Computer
32.19.1 Business Overview
32.19.2 Product Offerings
32.19.3 Key News
32.20 Synology
32.20.1 Business Overview
32.20.2 Product Offerings
32.20.3 Key News
32.21 Toshiba
32.21.1 Business Overview
32.21.2 Product Offerings
32.21.3 Key News
32.22 Violin Systems
32.22.1 Business Overview
32.22.2 Product Offerings
32.22.3 Key News
32.23 Western Digital
32.23.1 Business Overview
32.23.2 Product Offerings
32.23.3 Key News
32.24 WIWYNN (WISTRON)
32.24.1 Business Overview
32.24.2 Product Offerings

33 Other Prominent Support Infrastructure Providers
33.1 Airedale Air Conditioning
33.1.1 Business Overview
33.1.2 Product Offerings
33.1.3 Key News
33.2 Altima Technologies (NETZOOM)
33.2.1 Business Overview
33.2.2 Product Offerings
33.3 ASETEK
33.3.1 Business Overview
33.3.2 Product Offerings
33.3.3 Key News
33.4 Bloom Energy
33.4.1 Business Overview
33.4.2 Product Offerings
33.5 Condair Group
33.5.1 Business Overview
33.5.2 Product Offerings
33.6 Cormant
33.6.1 Business Overview
33.6.2 Product Offerings
33.7 Cyber Power Systems
33.7.1 Business Overview
33.7.2 Product Offerings
33.8 Data Aire
33.8.1 Business Overview
33.8.2 Product Offerings
33.9 Delta Group
33.9.1 Business Overview
33.9.2 Product Offerings
33.10 Euro-Diesel (KNOLT)
33.10.1 Business Overview
33.10.2 Product Offerings
33.11 FNT
33.11.1 Business Overview
33.11.2 Product Offerings
33.12 Generac Power Systems
33.12.1 Business Overview
33.12.2 Product Offerings
33.13 Green Revolution Cooling
33.13.1 Business Overview
33.13.2 Product Offerings
33.14 Highpower
33.14.1 Business Overview
33.14.2 Product Offerings
33.15 Hitec Power Protection
33.15.1 Business Overview
33.15.2 Product Offerings
33.16 Kohler (SDMO)
33.16.1 Business Overview
33.16.2 Product Offerings
33.17 Legrand
33.17.1 Business Overview
33.17.2 Product Offerings
33.18 Mitsubishi
33.18.1 Business Overview
33.18.2 Product Offerings
33.19 MTU on Site Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)
33.19.1 Business Overview
33.19.2 Product Offerings
33.20 Nlyte Software
33.20.1 Business Overview
33.20.2 Product Offerings
33.21 Rittal
33.21.1 Business Overview
33.21.2 Product Offerings
33.22 Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
33.22.1 Business Overview
33.22.2 Product Offerings
33.23 Tripp Lite
33.23.1 Business Overview
33.23.2 Product Offerings
33.24 Zincfive
33.24.1 Business Overview
33.24.2 Product Offering

34 Other Prominent Construction Contractors
34.1 Balfour Beatty US
34.1.1 Business Overview
34.1.2 Service Offerings
34.2 Bluescope Construction
34.2.1 Business Overview
34.2.2 Service Offerings
34.3 Clune Construction
34.3.1 Business Overview
34.3.2 Service Offerings
34.4 Fluor Corporation
34.4.1 Business Overview
34.4.2 Service Offerings
34.5 Fortis Construction
34.5.1 Business Overview
34.5.2 Service Offerings
34.6 Gensler
34.6.1 Business Overview
34.6.2 Service Offerings
34.7 Gilbane Building Co.
34.7.1 Business Overview
34.7.2 Service Offerings
34.8 HDR Architecture
34.8.1 Business Overview
34.8.2 Service Offerings
34.9 Hitt Contracting
34.9.1 Business Overview
34.9.2 Service Offerings
34.10 Hoffman Construction
34.10.1 Business Overview
34.10.2 Service Offerings
34.11 JE Dunn Construction
34.11.1 Business Overview
34.11.2 Service Offerings
34.12 Linesight
34.12.1 Business Overview
34.12.2 Service Offerings
34.13 M+W Group
34.13.1 Business Overview
34.13.2 Service Offerings
34.14 Morrison Hershfield
34.14.1 Business Overview
34.14.2 Service Offerings
34.15 Mortenson Construction
34.15.1 Business Overview
34.15.2 Service Offerings
34.16 Rogers-O'brien Construction
34.16.1 Business Overview
34.16.2 Service Offerings
34.17 Structure Tone
34.17.1 Business Overview
34.17.2 Service Offerings
34.18 Walsh Group
34.18.1 Business Overview
34.18.2 Service Offerings
34.19 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.
34.19.1 Business Overview
34.19.2 Service Offerings

35 Other Prominent Data Center Investors
35.1 Aligned Energy
35.1.1 Business Overview
35.1.2 Service Offerings
35.1.3 Key News
35.2 COPT Data Center Solutions (Copt DCS)
35.2.1 Business Overview
35.2.2 Service Offerings
35.2.3 Key News
35.3 Coresite Reality
35.3.1 Business Overview
35.3.2 Service Offerings
35.4 Cyxtera Technologies
35.4.1 Business Overview
35.4.2 Service Offerings
35.5 Databank
35.5.1 Business Overview
35.5.2 Service Offerings
35.5.3 Key News
35.6 Data Foundry
35.6.1 Business Overview
35.6.2 Service Offerings
35.6.3 Key News
35.7 DC Blox
35.7.1 Business Overview
35.7.2 Service Offerings
35.7.3 Key News
35.8 Edgecore Internet Real Estate
35.8.1 Business Overview
35.8.2 Service Offerings
35.8.3 Key News
35.9 Edgeconnex
35.9.1 Business Overview
35.9.2 Service Offerings
35.9.3 Key News
35.10 Flexential
35.10.1 Business overview
35.10.2 Service Offerings
35.10.3 Key News
35.11 Fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty
35.11.1 Business Overview
35.11.2 Service Offerings
35.11.3 Key News
35.12 Giga Data Centers
35.12.1 Business Overview
35.12.2 Service Offerings
35.12.3 Key News
35.13 H5 Data Center
35.13.1 Business Overview
35.13.2 Service Offerings
35.13.3 Key News
35.14 Iron Mountain
35.14.1 Business Overview
35.14.2 Service Offerings
35.14.3 Key News
35.15 Quality Technology Services (QTS Realty Trust)
35.15.1 Business Overview
35.15.2 Service Offerings
35.15.3 Key News
35.16 Stream Data Center
35.16.1 Business Overview
35.16.2 Service Offerings
35.16.3 Key News
35.17 Sabey Data Center
35.17.1 Business Overview
35.17.2 Service Offerings
35.17.3 Key News
35.18 Stack Infrastructure
35.18.1 Business Overview
35.18.2 Service Offerings
35.18.3 Key News
35.19 T5 Data Centers
35.19.1 Business Overview
35.19.2 Service Offerings
35.19.3 Key News

36 Report Summary
36.1 Key Takeaways

37 Quantitative Summary
37.1 Overall Market
37.1.1 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
37.2 Market By Infrastructure
37.2.1 IT Infrastructure & Support Infrastructure
37.3 Market Segmentation
37.3.1 IT Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
37.3.2 Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
37.3.3 Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
37.3.4 Cooling Systems: Market Size & Forecast
37.3.5 Cooling Technique: Market Size & Forecast
37.3.6 General Construction: Market Size & Forecast
37.3.7 Tier Standard: Market Size & Forecast
37.4 Geographical Segmentation
37.4.1 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
37.4.2 Area: Market Size & Forecast
37.4.3 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
37.5 North Eastern US
37.5.1 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
37.5.2 Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
37.6 South Eastern US
37.6.1 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
37.6.2 Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
37.7 Mid-Western US
37.7.1 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
37.7.2 Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
37.8 South Western US
37.8.1 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
37.8.2 Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
37.9 Western US
37.9.1 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
37.9.2 Infrastructure: Market Size& Forecast

38 Abbreviations

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1 Segmentation of Data Center Market in US
Exhibit 2 Market Size Calculation Approach 2019
Exhibit 3 Cloud Demand Fuels Expansion Initiatives
Exhibit 4 Cloud Expansions across US 2019
Exhibit 5 Big Data & IoT Drives Data Center Development
Exhibit 6 Increase in Colocation Investment
Exhibit 7 Number of Colocation Projects US Sub-Regions (2019)
Exhibit 8 Skyrocketing Hyperscale Investments
Exhibit 9 Number of Hyperscale Projects by US Sub-Regions (2019)
Exhibit 10 Declining Cost of SSDs Fueling All-flash Storage Adoption
Exhibit 11 ASP of Enterprise SSD per Gigabyte 2017−2025
Exhibit 12 ASP of Enterprise HDD per Gigabyte (2017−2025)
Exhibit 13 State Incentives for Data Center Development
Exhibit 14 Rising Facility Development Targeting PUE of <1.5
Exhibit 15 M&As to Drive Data Center Expansion
Exhibit 16 Impact of Rising Carbon Emissions from Data Centers
Exhibit 17 Impact of Increase in Power & Network Outages
Exhibit 18 Impact of Increasing Water Consumption by Data Centers
Exhibit 19 Impact of Security Challenges in Data Centers
Exhibit 20 Impact of Dearth of Skilled Workforce
Exhibit 21 Impact of 5G Deployment to Increase Edge Data Center Investments
Exhibit 22 Impact of Increasing Procurement of Renewable Energy
Exhibit 23 Renewable Energy Usage by Hyperscale Data Center Providers 2019
Exhibit 24 Renewable Energy Purchases by Hyperscale Data Center Providers 2019
Exhibit 25 Impact of Nickle-Zinc & Lithium-Ion Batteries Replacing VRLA in Data Centers
Exhibit 26 Comparison of Lithium-ion Batteries & VRLA Batteries in UPS Systems (Power)
Exhibit 27 Impact of Software-Defined Power to Monitor & Automate Power Infrastructure
Exhibit 28 Impact of Emergence of QLC NAND Flash Drives
Exhibit 29 Impact of AI Increases Liquid Cooling Solutions for Data Centers
Exhibit 30 Impact of Increasing Penetration of 200GBE & 400GBE Switch Ports
Exhibit 31 Data Center Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 32 US Market: IT Infrastructure & Support Infrastructure 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 33 Data Center Market in US by Area 2019−2025 (million square feet)
Exhibit 34 Data Center Market in US by Power Capacity 2019−2025 (MW)
Exhibit 35 Five Forces Analysis 2019
Exhibit 36 Data Center IT Infrastructure Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 37 Incremental Growth by Infrastructure 2019−2025
Exhibit 38 Global Data Center Market by Infrastructure
Exhibit 39 Data Center Electrical Infrastructure Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 40 Data Center Mechanical Infrastructure Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 41 Data Center General Construction Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 42 Incremental Growth by IT Infrastructure 2019−2025
Exhibit 43 Data Center Server Infrastructure Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 44 Data Center Storage Infrastructure Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 45 Data Center Network Infrastructure Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 46 Incremental Growth by Electrical Infrastructure 2019−2025
Exhibit 47 Data Center UPS Systems Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 48 Data Center Generators Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 49 Data Center Transfer Switches & Switchgears Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 50 Data Center PDUs Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 51 Data Center Other Power Infrastructure Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 52 Incremental Growth by Mechanical Infrastructure 2019−2025
Exhibit 53 Data Center Cooling Systems Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 54 Data Center Rack Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 55 Data Center Other Cooling Infrastructure Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 56 Incremental Growth by Cooling Systems 2019−2025
Exhibit 57 Data Center CRAC & CRAH Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 58 Data Center Chiller Units Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 59 Data Center Cooling Towers & Dry Coolers Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 60 Data Center Economizers & Evaporative Coolers Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 61 Data Center Other Cooling Units Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 62 Incremental Growth by Cooling Technique 2019−2025
Exhibit 63 Data Center Air-based Cooling Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 64 Data Center Liquid-based Cooling Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 65 Incremental Growth by General Construction 2019−2025
Exhibit 66 Data Center Building Development Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 67 Data Center Installation & Commissioning Services Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 68 Data Center Building Design Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 69 Data Center Physical Security Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 70 Data Center DCIM Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 71 Incremental Growth by Tier Standards 2019−2025
Exhibit 72 Overview of Tier Standards
Exhibit 73 Tier I & Tier II Data Center Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 74 Tier III Data Center Market in US 2019–2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 75 Tier IV Data Center Market in US 2019−2025 ($ billion)
Exhibit 76 Incremental Growth by Geography 2019−2025
Exhibit 77 Incremental Growth in US by Area 2019−2025 (million square feet)
Exhibit 78 Incremental Growth in US by Power Capacity 2019−2025 (MW)
Exhibit 79 Data Center Market in South Eastern US 2019−2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 80 Data Center Market in South Eastern US by Area 2019–2025 (Million Square Feet)
Exhibit 81 Electricity Pricing in South Eastern US 2018 & 2019 (Cents per kW)
Exhibit 82 Data Center Market in South Eastern US by Power Capacity 2019–2025 (MW)
Exhibit 83 Data Center Electrical Infrastructure Market in South Eastern US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 84 Data Center Mechanical Infrastructure Market in South Eastern US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 85 Data Center General Construction Market in South Eastern US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 86 Data Center Market in South Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 87 Data Center Market in South Western US by Area 2019–2025 (Million Square Feet)
Exhibit 88 Electricity Pricing in South Western US 2018–2019 (Cents per kW)
Exhibit 89 Data Center Market in South Western US by Power Capacity 2019–2025 (MW)
Exhibit 90 Data Center Electrical Infrastructure Market in South Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 91 Data Center Mechanical Infrastructure Market in South Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 92 Data Center General Construction Market in South Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 93 Data Center Market in Mid-Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 94 Data Center Market in Mid-Western US by Area 2019–2025 (Million Square Feet)
Exhibit 95 Electricity Pricing in Mid-Western US 2018–2019 (Cents per kW)
Exhibit 96 Data Center Market in Mid-Western US by Power Capacity 2019–2025 (MW)
Exhibit 97 Data Center Electrical Infrastructure Market in Mid-Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 98 Data Center Mechanical Infrastructure Market in Mid-Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 99 Data Center General Construction Market in Mid-Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 100 Data Center Market in Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 101 Data Center Market in Western US by Area 2019–2025 (Million Square Feet)
Exhibit 102 Electrical Pricing in Western US 2018–2019 (Cents per kW)
Exhibit 103 Data Center Market in Western US by Power Capacity 2019–2025 (MW)
Exhibit 104 Data Center Electrical Infrastructure Market in Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 105 Data Center Mechanical Infrastructure Market in Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 106 Data Center General Construction Market in Western US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 107 Data Center Market in North Eastern US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 108 Data Center Market in North Eastern US by Area 2019–2025 (Million Square Feet)
Exhibit 109 Electrical Pricing in North Eastern US 2017–2018 (Cents per kW)
Exhibit 110 Data Center Market in North Eastern US by Power Capacity 2019–2025 (MW)
Exhibit 111 Data Center Electrical Infrastructure Market in North Eastern US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 112 Data Center Mechanical Infrastructure Market in North Eastern US 2019–2025 ($ million)
Exhibit 113 Data Center General Construction Market in North Eastern US 2019–2025 ($ million)

List of Tables
Table 1 Key Caveats
Table 2 Currency Conversion 2014−2019
Table 3 Data Center Site Selection Criteria
Table 4 Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic in Data Center Market in US
Table 5 Data Center Market in US 2019-2025
Table 6 Impact of COVID-19 Investment on Data Center Market in US
Table 7 M&A Activities in 2019
Table 8 Cisco: Key Product Offerings
Table 9 Dell: Key Product Offerings
Table 10 HPE: Key Product Offerings
Table 11 Huawei: Key Product Offerings
Table 12 IBM: Key Product Offerings
Table 13 Lenovo: Product Offerings
Table 14 NetApp: Product Offerings
Table 15 ABB: Product Offerings
Table 16 Eaton: Product Offerings
Table 17 Schneider Electric: Product Offerings
Table 18 Stulz: Product Offerings
Table 19 Vertiv: Product Offerings
Table 20 Data Center Market in US (Including IT Infrastructure) 2019─2025
Table 21 Data Center Market in US by Infrastructure (Including IT Infrastructure) 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Table 22 Data Center IT Infrastructure Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Table 23 Data Center Electrical Infrastructure Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Table 24 Data Center Mechanical Infrastructure Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Table 25 Data Center Cooling Systems Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Table 26 Data Center Market in US by Cooling Technique 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Table 27 Data Center General Construction Market in US 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Table 28 Data Center Market in US by TIER Standard 2019─2025 ($ billion)
Table 29 Data Center Market in US by Regions 2019─2025 ($ million)
Table 30 Data Center Market in US by Regions 2019─2025 (million square feet)
Table 31 Data Center Market in US by Regions 2019─2025 (MW)
Table 32 Data Center Market in Northern Eastern US 2019─2025
Table 33 Data Center Infrastructure Market in Northern Eastern US 2019─2025 ($ million)
Table 34 Data Center Market in South Eastern US 2019─2025
Table 35 Data Center Infrastructure Market in South Eastern US 2019─2025 ($ million)
Table 36 Data Center Market in Mid-Western US 2019─2025
Table 37 Data Center Infrastructure Market in Mid-Western US 2019─2025 ($ million)
Table 38 Data Center Market in South Western US 2019─2025
Table 39 Data Center Infrastructure Market in South Western US 2019─2025 ($ million)
Table 40 Data Center Market in Western US 2019─2025
Table 41 Data Center Infrastructure Market in Western US 2019─2025 ($ million)

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  • ABB
  • AECOM
  • AWS (Amazon Web Service)
  • AccelStor
  • Airedale Air Conditioning
  • Aligned Energy
  • Altima Technologies (NetZoom)
  • Apple
  • Asetek
  • Avere Systems (Microsoft)
  • Balfour Beatty US
  • Bloom Energy
  • BlueScope Construction
  • COPT Data Center Solutions (COPT DCS)
  • Caterpillar
  • Cisco
  • Clune Construction
  • Compass Data Centers (Root Data Center)
  • Condair Group
  • CoreSite Realty
  • Corgan
  • Cormant
  • Cummins
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • CyrusOne
  • Cyxtera Technologies
  • DC Blox
  • DPR Construction
  • Data Aire
  • Data Foundry
  • DataBank
  • DataDirect Networks (DDN)
  • Dell Technologies
  • Delta Group
  • Digital Realty
  • Eaton
  • EdgeConnex
  • EdgeCore Internet Real Estate
  • Equinix
  • Euro-Diesel (KINOLT)
  • FNT
  • Facebook
  • Fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty
  • Flexential
  • Fluor Corporation
  • Fortis Construction
  • Fujitsu
  • GIGA Data Centers
  • Generac Power Systems
  • Gensler
  • Gilbane Building Co.
  • Google
  • Green Revolution Cooling (GRC)
  • H5 Data Centers
  • HDR Architecture
  • HITT Contracting
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • HighPower
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Hitec Power Protection
  • Hoffman Construction
  • Holder Construction
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Infortrend Technology
  • Inspur
  • Intel
  • Iron Mountain
  • JE Dunn Construction
  • Jacobs Engineering
  • KOHLER (SDMO)
  • Kaminario
  • Legrand
  • Lenovo
  • Linesight
  • M+W Group
  • MTU On Site Energy (ROLLS-ROYCE POWER SYSTEMS AG)
  • Micron
  • Microsoft
  • Mitac Holdings
  • Mitsubishi
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • Mortenson Construction
  • NTT Communications (Ragingwire Data Centers)
  • NetApp
  • Nimbus Data
  • Nlyte Software
  • Pivot3
  • QNAP Systems
  • Quality Technology Services (QTS Realty Trust)
  • Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
  • Rittal
  • Rogers-O’Brien Construction
  • SK Hynix (SK Group)
  • STULZ
  • Sabey Data Center
  • Samsung
  • Schneider Electric
  • Seagate Technology
  • Stack Infrastructure
  • Stream Data Center
  • Structure Tone
  • Super Micro Computer
  • Switch
  • Synology
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • T5 Data Centers
  • Toshiba
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • Tripp Lite
  • Turner Construction
  • Vantage Data Center
  • Vertiv
  • Violin Systems
  • Walsh Group
  • Western Digital
  • Whiting-Turner Contracting
  • Wiwynn (Wistron)
  • ZincFive
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