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Data Centre City Development in Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt, London and Paris - 2017 to 2025

  • ID: 5231585
  • Report
  • December 2020
  • Region: Ireland
  • 119 Pages
  • Tariff Consultancy
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The DCP FLAP-D Cloud and Data Centre report examines the five cities Cloud and Data Centre markets of Frankfurt, London (and Slough), Amsterdam, Paris plus Dublin.

The report both traces the history of Data Centre developments since 2017 and projects the market forward in each of the 5 countries to 2025. The DCP report considers the key trends in each of the five cities including:

  • The growth in Data Centre raised floor space from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025
  • The growth in Data Centre Customer Power from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025
  • The changes in Data Centre Pricing (including rack space, m2 & kW rentals) over the period
  • The growth in Data Centre revenues from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025
  • The growth in Public Cloud revenues from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025

The surveyed FLAP Data Centre markets together form the largest Data Centre clusters in Europe - but they have received the most investment from large Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) and Data Centre Providers in Europe - with the Dublin and Amsterdam areas attracting large self-build Data Centre facilities from large digital technology players - including Amazon, Facebook, Google and Microsoft. Dublin has become the European data hub for these digital technology players.

In the other three FLAP markets, 3rd party Data Centre facilities are being used by the digital technology providers to bring content closer to the main large population centres.

Geographical coverage:

  • Amsterdam
  • Dublin
  • Frankfurt
  • London (and Slough)
  • Paris
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Background - Cloud & Data Centre City Development in the 5 FLAP + D markets - Past, Present & Future trends
Methodology
Executive Summary
Introduction - A preview of the five FLAP + D Data Centre markets in Europe as of the beginning of 2021. DCP focuses on the key FLAP + D markets (Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam, Paris plus Dublin).

Section One - The 5 FLAP + D markets Data Centre Developments - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021

Introduction - DCP analyses the Data Centre Providers, key locations, space, power, pricing & revenue and key developments for each of the 5 cities below including the:

  • Frankfurt area
  • London & the Inner London M25 & Slough area
  • Amsterdam area
  • Paris area
  • Dublin area  

Key Point Summary

Section Two - The 5 FLAP + D markets Public Cloud Developments - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021

Introduction - DCP provides an overview of the public cloud presence (cloud availability zones & self-built cloud Data Centres) from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 for each of the 5 cities below including:

  • Frankfurt area
  • London & the Inner London M25 & Slough area
  • Amsterdam area
  • Paris area
  • Dublin area

Key Point Summary

Section Three - The 5 FLAP + D Forecast markets Data Centre Developments - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Introduction - DCP provides a Data Centre forecast (space, power, pricing & revenue), with the key expansions planned by location for each of the 5 FLAP + D markets from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025 below including the:

  • Frankfurt area
  • London & the Inner London M25 & Slough area
  • Amsterdam area
  • Paris area
  • Dublin area

Key Point Summary

Section Four - The 5 FLAP + D markets Forecast Public Cloud Developments - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025

Introduction - DCP provides an overall Public Cloud development revenue forecast (and also cloud availability zones & self-built cloud Data Centres) from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025 for each of the 5 FLAP + D markets below including the:

  • Frankfurt area
  • London & the Inner London M25 & Slough area
  • Amsterdam area
  • Paris area
  • Dublin area

Key Point Summary

Section Five - Conclusions to the Cloud & Data Centre City Development 5 FLAP + D markets - Past, Present & Future trends

Introduction - DCP provides a summary of the key Cloud & Data Centre FLAP + D market trends in Europe including the:

  • Forecast fastest growing Data Centre 5 FLAP + D markets - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025
  • Public cloud revenue growth in the 5 FLAP + D markets - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025
  • The constraints on Data Centre 5 FLAP + D markets growth
  • The future locations for Data Centre 5 FLAP + D markets growth

Key Point Summary

List of Figures
Figure 1 - The 5 FLAP + D market Data Centre raised floor space as a percentage of total Country Market space -as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 2 - A table showing the amount of Data Centre raised floor space & DCCP (Data Centre Customer Power) in the 5 FLAP + D markets - as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 3 - A table showing the 10 largest Data Centre City Clusters in Europe (as of the beginning of 2021) by Data Centre raised floor space in m2
Figure 4 - A pie chart showing the breakdown of total Data Centre raised floor space in the 5 FLAP + D markets -as of the beginning of 2021 as a percentage
Figure 5 - A table showing the forecast growth in the FLAP + D markets - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025 in Data Centre raised floor space & average revenues
Figure 6 - A table showing the forecast growth in the FLAP + D markets - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in Data Centre raised floor space & average revenues
Figure 7 - A simplified map showing the Frankfurt & Frankfurt am Main area region
Figure 8 - A table summarising the key Data Centre hub location in Frankfurt area - as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 9 - A table showing the DE-CIX enabled Data Centre facilities in the Frankfurt area
Figure 10 - A map showing the six Equinix Data Centre facilities in Frankfurt  
Figure 11 - A pie chart showing a breakdown of Frankfurt area Data Centre raised floor space by Data Centre Provider in percent as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 12 - A chart showing the average Frankfurt Data Centre rental pricing in Euro per month (rack space, m2 & kW rentals) as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 13 - A table showing the key Public Cloud deployments in the Frankfurt area - as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 14 - A table summarising the key Data Centre deployments in the Frankfurt area - as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 15 - A simplified map showing the London Inner M25 & Slough region
Figure 16 - A table summarizing the key Data Centre Hub locations in the London Inner M25 & Slough area as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 17 - A map showing the 9 Equinix Data Centre facilities in the London & Slough areas
Figure 18 - A pie chart showing a breakdown of London & Slough area Data Centre raised floor space by Data Centre Provider in percent - as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 19 - A chart showing the average London Inner M25 & Slough Data Centre rental pricing in Euro per month (rack space, m2 & kW rentals) - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 20 - A table summarizing the key Public Cloud deployments in the London Inner M25 & Slough areas - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 21 - A table summarizing the key Data Centre Deployments in the London Inner M25 & Slough areas - as of the beginning of 2021   
Figure 22 - A simplified map showing the Amsterdam region
Figure 23 - A table summarizing the key Data Centre Hub locations in the Amsterdam area - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 24 - A map showing the 9 Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Amsterdam area
Figure 25 - A pie chart showing a breakdown of the Amsterdam Data Centre floor space by Data Centre Provider in percent - as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 26 - A chart showing the average Amsterdam Data Centre rental pricing in Euro per month (rack space, m2 & kW rentals) - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 27 - A table summarizing the key Public Cloud deployments in the Amsterdam area - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 28 - A table summarizing the key Data Centre deployments in the Amsterdam area - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 29 - A simplified map showing the Paris region
Figure 30 - A table summarizing the key Data Centre Hub locations in the Paris area - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 31 - A map showing the 8 Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Paris area
Figure 32 - A pie chart showing a breakdown of Paris Data Centre raised floor space by Data Centre Providers in percent - as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 33 - A chart showing the average Paris Data Centre rental pricing in Euro per month (rack space, m2 & kW rentals) - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 34 - A table summarizing the key Public Cloud Deployments in the Paris area - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 35 - A table summarizing the key Data Centre Deployments in the Paris area - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 36 - A simplified map showing the Dublin region
Figure 37 - A table summarizing the key Data Centre Hub locations in the Dublin area - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 38 - A map showing the 4 Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Dublin area
Figure 39 - A pie chart showing a breakdown of Dublin Data Centre raised floor space by Data Centre Provider in percent - as of the beginning of 2021
Figure 40 - A chart showing the average Dublin Data Centre rental pricing in Euro per month (rack space, m2 & kW rentals) - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 41 - A table summarizing the key Public Cloud deployments in the Dublin area - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 42 - A table summarizing the key Data Centre deployments in the Dublin area - as of the beginning of 2021  
Figure 43 - A map showing the 6 Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Frankfurt area
Figure 44 - A table showing the key Frankfurt area Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 45 - A chart showing average Frankfurt area Data Centre pricing in Euro per month - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 (including rack space, m2 & kW rentals)
Figure 46 - A chart showing Frankfurt Data Centre revenues from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 - in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 47 - A chart showing Frankfurt Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 48 - A map showing the 9 Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Inner M25 London & Slough area
Figure 49 - A table showing the key London Inner M25 & Slough area Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 50 - A chart showing average London Inner M25 & Slough area Data Centre rentals pricing in Euro per month - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 (rack space, m2 & kW rentals)
Figure 51 - A chart showing the London Inner M25 & Slough revenues - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 52 - A chart showing London & Slough area Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 53 - A map showing the 6 Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Amsterdam area
Figure 54 - A table showing the key Amsterdam area Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 55 - A chart showing the average Amsterdam area Data Centre pricing rentals in Euro per month - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 (including rack space, m2 & kW rentals)
Figure 56 - A chart showing Amsterdam Data Centre revenues - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 57 - A chart showing Amsterdam area Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 58 - A map showing the 8 Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Paris area
Figure 59 - A table showing the key Paris area Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 60 - A chart showing average Paris area Data Centre pricing rentals in Euro per month - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 (including rack space, m2 & kW rentals)
Figure 61 - A chart showing Paris Data Centre revenues - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 62 - A chart showing Paris Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 63 - A map showing the 4 Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Dublin area
Figure 64 - A table showing the key Dublin area Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 65 - A chart showing average Dublin area Data Centre pricing rentals in Euro per month - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 (including rack space, m2 & kW rentals)
Figure 66 - A chart showing Dublin Data Centre revenues - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 67 - A chart showing Dublin area Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 68 - A table showing the Public Cloud deployments in the Frankfurt area
Figure 69 - A chart showing a revenue forecast for the Public Cloud in Germany - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 70 - A table showing the Public Cloud deployments in the Inner London & M25 Slough areas
Figure 71 - A chart showing a revenue forecast for the Public Cloud in the UK - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 72 - A table showing the Public Cloud deployments in the Netherlands
Figure 73 - A chart showing a revenue forecast for Public Cloud in the Netherlands - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 74 - A table showing the Public Cloud deployments in France
Figure 75 - A chart showing a revenue forecast for the Public Cloud in France - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 76 - A table showing the Public Cloud deployments in Ireland
Figure 77 - A table showing the key self-built Cloud Data Centre facilities in the Dublin area
Figure 78 - A chart showing a revenue forecast for the Public Cloud in Ireland - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 79 - A chart showing the increase in Public Cloud revenues by each FLAP + D market - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2021
Figure 80 - A table showing the Frankfurt area planned Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 81 - A table showing average forecast Frankfurt Data Centre pricing rentals in Euro per month (rack space, m2 & kW rentals) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 82 - A table showing forecast Frankfurt Data Centre revenues in Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 83 - A chart showing forecast Frankfurt Data Centre raised floor space (in 000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 84 - A table showing the London Inner M25 & Slough area planned Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 85 - A table showing average forecast London Inner M25 & Slough area Data Centre pricing in Euro per month (including rack space, m2 & kW rentals) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 86 - A table showing forecast London Inner M25 & Slough area Data Centre revenue in Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 87 - A chart showing forecast London & Slough Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 88 - A table showing the Amsterdam area planned Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 89 - A table showing average forecast Amsterdam area Data Centre pricing rentals in Euro per month (including rack space, m2 & kW rentals) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 90 - A table showing forecast Amsterdam area Data Centre revenue in Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 91 - A chart showing forecast Amsterdam Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 92 - A table showing the Paris area planned Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 93 - A table showing average forecast Paris area Data Centre pricing rentals in Euro per month (including rack space, m2 & kW rentals) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 94 - A table showing forecast Paris area Data Centre revenues in Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 95 - A chart showing forecast Paris area Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 96 - A table showing the Dublin area planned Data Centre developments - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 97 - A simplified map showing the location of the CyrusOne DUBLIN I facility
Figure 98 - A table showing average forecast Dublin Data Centre pricing rentals in Euro per month (including rack space, m2 & kW rentals) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 99 - A table showing forecast Dublin Data Centre revenues in Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 100 - A chart showing forecast Dublin Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 101 - A table showing the key Frankfurt Public Cloud Service Providers
Figure 102 - A chart showing a German Public Cloud revenue forecast in millions of Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 103 - A chart showing Public Cloud deployments in the London & Slough area
Figure 104 - A chart showing a UK Public Cloud revenue forecast in millions of Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 105 - A table showing the key Public Cloud deployments in the Amsterdam area
Figure 106 - A chart showing a Netherlands Public Cloud revenue forecast in millions of Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 107 - A table showing the key Public Cloud deployments in the Paris area
Figure 108 - A chart showing French Public Cloud revenues forecast in millions of Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 109 - A table showing the key Public Cloud deployments in the Dublin area
Figure 110 - A photograph showing the Google Data Centre at the Grange Castle Business Park
Figure 111 - A chart showing Irish Public Cloud revenues forecast in millions of Euro per annum - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 112 - A table showing the growth in Public Cloud services - from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 113 - A table showing the key Data Centre locations in each of the five FLAP + D markets
Figure 114 - A chart showing the forecast CAGR Data Centre space growth in the FLAP + D markets - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025 in percent per annum
Figure 115 - A table showing the growth in FLAP + D region Data Centre raised floor space - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025
Figure 116 - A pie chart showing a breakdown of FLAP + D region Data Centre raised floor space average - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025 in percent 
Figure 117 - A chart showing average Data Centre pricing in the FLAP + D markets - from the beginning of 2017 to 2023 in Euro per month (including rack space rentals)
Figure 118 - A chart showing the average forecast rack space rental pricing - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025 in Euro per month for each FLAP + D market
Figure 119 - A chart showing the spread of Data Centre rack space pricing in the FLAP + D markets - by rack space rentals in Euro per month
Figure 120 - A chart showing Data Centre revenues in the FLAP + D markets - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 121 - A table showing the growth in Data Centre revenues by FLAP + D markets - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025 in millions of Euro per annum
Figure 122 - A chart showing forecast Public Cloud revenues in France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands & the UK - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025 in millions of USD
Figure 123 - A table showing forecast Public Cloud revenues in France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands & the UK - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025 in millions of USD
Figure 124 - A table showing the growth in Data Centre revenues - from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025 in percent and millions of Euros per annum
Figure 125 - A table listing the FLAP + D Data Centre Providers & Public Cloud Providers included in the report

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Amazon
  • CyrusOne
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
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  • Interxion/Digital Realty
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The latest report entitled 'DCP FLAP Cloud and Data Centre' analysing Cloud and Data Centres in the key European cities namely Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Paris and Dublin.

The report both traces the history of Data Centre developments since 2017 and projects the market forward in each of the five (5) countries.

The DCP report reveals that the key trends in the five FLAP city markets include:

The FLAP markets have become increasingly important - In 4 out of the 5 countries, the FLAP markets account for the majority of in-country Data Centre raised floor space - from 48 percent (London and Slough) to 61 percent (Frankfurt) and up to 92 percent (Dublin). These markets all benefit from being close to large population centres and have the connectivity and infrastructure to attract the Data Centre Provider.    

The five FLAP markets together have created an average of 129,000 m2 of Data Centre raised floor space per annum over the period from the beginning of 2017 to the beginning of 2025 - The 5 FLAP markets are all growing rapidly with Amsterdam Data Centre space forecast to grow by 1.5 times and Frankfurt doubling in size over the period. By contrast, Data Centre space in the London and Slough region has grown by only 60 percent to 2025 - but still remains the largest single FLAP market by size.

The FLAP markets are becoming more concentrated by a few Data Centre Providers - A handful of Data Centre Providers account for the majority of space in most FLAP markets - with common providers including Equinix, Interxion/Digital Realty, Global Data Centers (NTT Ltd), CyrusOne and Virtus Data Centres. For example, in Frankfurt, six Data Centre Providers account for 78 percent of all space, in Amsterdam five providers account for 76 percent of all space and in London and Slough six Data Centre providers account for 76 percent of all space.     

FLAP market Data Centre Providers are able to charge a price premium - In most markets, the Data Centre Providers charge a price premium compared with the national average - with Data Centre Providers in London and Slough charging a 16 percent premium to the UK average and Frankfurt charging an 11 percent premium and Paris Data Centre Providers charging a 7 percent premium to the national average. Both in Ireland and the Netherlands, the Dublin and Amsterdam Data Centre clusters are broadly the same as the national average.

DCP finds that despite the recent delivery of services to the network edge, the FLAP Data Centre hubs will remain important centres of connectivity for a long time to come. Although other city clusters are growing their presence (for example Berlin in Germany, Manchester in the UK, Cork in Ireland and Marseille in France) the FLAP Data Centre clusters still remain dominant.

The only potential drawback in the five markets is the supply of development land for new space, which is particularly constrained in the London area, and with a temporary moratorium on new build Data Centre imposed in Amsterdam as a result of environmental concerns. The shortage of development land is likely to increase costs and Data Centre pricing and will result in users migrating to areas outside of the metro area

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  • Amazon
  • CyrusOne
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
  • Global Data Centers (NTT Ltd)
  • Google
  • Interxion/Digital Realty
  • Microsoft
  • Virtus Data Centres
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The analyst researches its reports typically within a three-month period. All of its reports are based on primary and secondary research including interviews with relevant companies/operators covered in the report. The analyst also draws on its extensive in-house database and its contacts in the field of telecommunications it has established since the company was launched in 2006.

The analyst has 26-years of experience in the field of telecoms pricing both mobile and fixed. They have a network of consultants as well as a multi-lingual research team, with languages spoken French, German, Polish and Spanish.

 

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