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U.S. Data Center Market - Industry Outlook and Forecast 2021-2026

  • ID: 5313417
  • Report
  • April 2021
  • Region: United States
  • 408 pages
  • Arizton
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In-depth Analysis and Data-driven Insights on the Impact of COVID-19 Included in this U.S. Data Center Market Report

The U.S. data center market by investment is expected to grow at a CAGR of approx. 3% during the period 2020-2026.

The market is witnessing growth on account of the growing popularity of IoT, the emergence of 5G networks, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the increasing demand for fast streaming of online entertainment content. During Q2 2020, some data center investments halted due to stringent rules imposed by the lockdown. The effect was identified to have lasted for at least a month across major data center development destinations in the US.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the U.S. data center market during the forecast period:
  • Impact of 5G Network on Edge Data Center Investments
  • Effect of Artificial Intelligence on Liquid Immersion & Direct-to-Chip Cooling Adoption
  • Increasing Procurement of Renewable Energy
  • Emergence of QLC NAND Flash Drives
  • Increased Adoption of 200/400GbE Switch Ports
The study considers the present scenario of the U.S. data center market and its market dynamics for the period 2020−2026. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent ones operating in the market.

U.S. Data Center Market Segmentation

The U.S. Data center market research report includes a detailed segmentation by IT infrastructure, electrical infrastructure, mechanical infrastructure, cooling technique, cooling systems, general construction, tier standards, geography. The IT infrastructure market is growing due to increased investments in hyperscale infrastructure. Servers expect to generate the maximum revenue, followed by storage and network infrastructure segments. The high penetration of artificial intelligence-based infrastructure solutions due to exponential growth in data generation is likely to increase IT infrastructure demand. The increased adoption of all-flash storage arrays alone with hybrid storage arrays is driving the storage systems market. High-performance operations aid the growth of flash storage systems in data centers that require strong I/O capabilities. The increased deployment of big data and AI applications support the development of all-flash storage systems. The increase in bandwidth requirements, consolidation of data centers, and virtualization are significant factors driving the demand for ethernet port switches, controllers, and adaptors.

The US market is likely to witness innovations in power infrastructure solutions to increase efficiency and reduce operational challenges. Datacenter operators such as Microsoft and vendors namely Rolls Royce Power Systems are exploring fuel-cell alternatives to data center generators due to increased concerns over carbon emissions. The diesel generator market expects to grow in the coming years, where fuel-cell could replace these systems by the end of the forecast period. In the US, the adoption of lithium-ion, nickel-zinc, and Prussian blue sodium-ion UPS batteries will contribute to the data center UPS market growth. The demand for switchgear and monitored and switched is also expected to continue to grow in the region.

Data centers in South Eastern US adopt free-cooling techniques, including chillers and evaporate cooling solutions. Virginia supports up to 5,500 hours of passive-free cooling methods annually, thereby reducing the application of chillers. On the other hand, Alabama and Florida support around 3,500 hours and 3,000 hours of free cooling, respectively. South Eastern US is expected to observe investment in chillers supporting free cooling. The Western US supports around 6,000 hours of free cooling annually, which is decreasing water consumption. The region witnessed the development of several hyperscale data centers with a power capacity of over 20 MW. Facility operators in South Western US adopt cooling solutions supporting free cooling. Texas supports up to 3,500 hours of passive-free cooling methods annually, thereby reducing chillers' adoption. The region hosts several Tier III and Tier IV data centers with cooling redundancy ranging from N+1 to 2N.

Increased investments in mega facilities and hyperscale projects have boosted construction contractors' demand in South Eastern US. Infrastructure vendors are partnering with major contractors to increase revenue share. The availability of tax incentives and free cooling solutions is increasing the attractiveness for the development of data centers in the South Eastern US. Nevada, Oregon, California, and Utah have witnessed the development of new projects. South Western US is poised for growth in the coming years, with Arizona leading data center investment. Facilities in the Mid-Western US have implemented advanced infrastructure management systems and physical security systems. Several service providers prefer four layers of safety, whereas a few facilities have implemented five or more security layers due to the increasing demand for colocation services.

The U.S. data center market has observed a continuous decline in the number of Tier I and Tier II facilities over the last five years because of the increasing awareness of redundant infrastructure. The redundancy of Tier II data centers in power & the cooling systems infrastructure is mostly N+1. Most underdevelopment projects across the US fall under the Tier III category. There are more than 90 projects that were operational or under construction in 2020. Western and South-Eastern US has the highest number of Tier III projects in the US. Most new data centers are designed to be Tier III standards with minimum redundancy of N+1, which can be reconfigured up to 2N+2 redundancy. In 2020, over 30 facilities were built according to the Tier IV standards in the US. Western US leads the development of Tier IV data centers, followed by the South Eastern US and South Western US.

By IT Infrastructure
  • Servers
  • Storage
  • Network
By Electrical Infrastructure
  • UPS Systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches and Switchgears
  • PDUs
  • Other Electrical Infrastructures
By Mechanical Infrastructure
  • Cooling Systems
  • CRAC & CRAH Units
  • Chiller Units
  • Cooling Towers, Dry Coolers, & Condensers
  • Economizer & Evaporative Coolers
  • Other Units
  • Racks
  • Others Mechanical Infrastructure
By Cooling Technique
  • Air-based Cooling Technique
  • Liquid-based Cooling Technique
By General Construction
  • Core and Shell Development
  • Installation and Commissioning Services
  • Engineering and Building Designs
  • Physical Security
  • DCIM/BMS
By Tier Standards
  • Tier I &II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV
INSIGHTS BY GEOGRAPHY

In 2020, the South Eastern US data center market witnessed significant investments from enterprise and cloud service providers such as Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google. The region is a developed data center market in the US. Around 35 projects were opened or under development in the region in 2020, with colocation service providers investing over USD 3.5 billion. Virginia is among the largest and the most active data center market in the U.S. It is also the leading market for data centers worldwide due to its strong connectivity through fiber-optic infrastructure. The construction of new facilities in the region is expected to offer new IT opportunities and support infrastructure vendors. The region hosts several Tier III and Tier IV facilities, which are powered with redundant systems. South Eastern US is likely to experience a rise in the number of edge data centers.

By Geography
  • US
  • South Eastern US
  • Western US
  • South Western US
  • Mid-Western US
  • North Eastern US
INSIGHTS BY VENDORS

The U.S. data center market comprises several IT, electrical, and mechanical infrastructure providers. Product innovations are likely to play a vital role in gaining market share. The US data center market is witnessing intense competition, with solution providers offering innovative products to provide maximum efficiency, scalability, and reliability. Cisco Systems, Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), ABB, Caterpillar, Cummins, Schneider Electric, and Vertiv are among the prominent IT and support infrastructure providers in the market. The market is witnessing high investments in hyperscale data center development, growing competition among construction contractors to attain million-dollar contracts, as well as strong revenue opportunities for sub-contractors operating across states in the market.

Key Data Center Critical (IT) Infrastructure Providers
  • Cisco Systems
  • Dell Technologies
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • IBM
  • Lenovo
  • NetApp
Key Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers
  • ABB
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Eaton
  • Schneider Electric
  • STULZ
  • Vertiv Group
Key Data Center Contractors
  • AECOM
  • CORGAN
  • DPR CONSTRUCTION
  • Holder Construction Group
  • Jacobs Engineering Group
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • Turner Construction
Key Data Center Investors
  • Apple
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • CyrusOne
  • Compass Datacenters (Root Data Center)
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • NTT Global Data Centers (RagingWire Data Centers)
  • Switch
  • Vantage Data Centers
Other Prominent Critical (IT) Infrastructure Providers
  • AccelStor Technologies
  • DataDirect Networks (DDN)
  • FUJITSU
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Infortrend Technology
  • Inspur
  • Intel
  • Micron Technology
  • MiTAC Holdings
  • Nimbus Data
  • Pivot3
  • QNAP Systems
  • Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
  • SAMSUNG
  • Seagate Technology
  • Silk Cloud Data Platform (Kaminario)
  • Super Micro Computer
  • Synology
  • Toshiba
  • VIOLIN (StorCentric)
  • Western Digital
  • Wiwynn (Wistron)
Other Prominent Support Infrastructure Providers
  • Airedale International Air Conditioning
  • Asetek
  • Bloom Energy
  • Condair Group
  • Cormant
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • Data Aire
  • Delta Electronics (Delta Power Solutions)
  • FNT Software
  • Generac Power Systems
  • Green Revolution Cooling (GRC)
  • Hitec Power Protection
  • KOHLER
  • Legrand
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • Natron Energy
  • Nlyte Software
  • Rittal
  • Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • Tripp Lite
  • Yanmar Group (HIMOINSA)
  • ZincFive
Other Prominent Construction Contractors
  • Arup Group
  • Balfour Beatty US
  • BlueScope Construction
  • Clune Construction
  • Fluor Corporation
  • Fortis Construction
  • Gensler
  • Gilbane Building Company
  • HDR Architecture
  • HITT Contracting
  • Hoffman Construction
  • JE Dunn Construction Group
  • Linesight
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • Mortenson Construction
  • Rogers-O’Brien Construction
  • Structure Tone Organization
  • The Walsh Group
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 Centers
  • Sabey Data Center
  • STACK INFRASTRUCTURE
  • T5 Data Centers
KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED
1. How big is the United States data center market size?
2. How many data centers are in the US region?
3. Who are the key players in the US data center market?
4. What are the key factors driving the growth of the US data center market?
5. Which cooling systems are likely to generate the largest revenues in the U.S. data center market during the forecast period?
6. What will be the cumulative revenue opportunities for construction contractors & sub-contractors in the US market during 2021-2026?
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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

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 Data Center Site Selection Criteria
7.2 Submarine Cables

8 Market Opportunities & Trends
8.1 5G To Grow Edge Data Center Deployments
8.2 Adoption Of AI Aiding Growth Of Liquid Immersion & D2C Cooling
8.3 Increasing Procurement of Renewable Energy
8.4 Software-Defined Power & Data Center Infrastructure Automation
8.5 Emergence of QLC NAND Flash Drives
8.6 Innovative UPS Battery Technologies
8.7 Adoption Of 200/400 GBE Switch Ports
8.8 Adoption Of Hyperconverged & Converged Infrastructure Platforms

9 Market Growth Enablers
9.1 COVID-19 a Catalyst to Data Center Growth
9.2 Growing Rack Power Density
9.3 Data Center Investments Continue To Rise
9.4 Increase In Hyperscale Data Center Investments
9.5 State Tax Incentives
9.6 Rising Facility Development Targeting PUE of < 1.5
9.7 M&A on Data Center Expansion
9.8 Cloud, Big Data, & IoT Affecting Data Center Market

10 Market Restraints
10.1 Increasing Water Consumption by Data Centers
10.2 Rising Carbon Emissions from Data Centers
10.3 Increase in Power & Network Outages
10.4 Security Challenges In Data Centers
10.5 Lack Of Skilled Workforce

11 Market Landscape
11.1 Market Overview
11.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
11.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
11.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
11.5 Five Forces Analysis

12 Infrastructure
12.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
12.2 Market Overview
12.3 IT Infrastructure
12.4 Electrical Infrastructure
12.5 Mechanical Infrastructure
12.6 General Construction

13 IT Infrastructure
13.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
13.2 Server Infrastructure
13.3 Storage Infrastructure
13.4 Network Infrastructure

14 Electrical Infrastructure
14.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
14.2 UPS Systems
14.3 Generators
14.4 Transfer Switches & Switchgear
14.5 PDUS
14.6 Other Electrical Infrastructure

15 Mechanical Infrastructure
15.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
15.2 Cooling Systems
15.3 Racks
15.4 Other Mechanical Infrastructure

16 Cooling Systems
16.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
16.2 CRAC & CRAH Units
16.3 Chiller Units
16.4 Cooling Towers, Condensers & Dry Coolers
16.5 Economizers & Evaporative Coolers
16.6 Other Cooling Units

17 Cooling Technique
17.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
17.2 Air-Based Cooling Techniques
17.3 Liquid-Based Cooling Techniques

18 General Construction
18.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
18.2 Core & Shell Development
18.3 Installation & Commissioning Services
18.4 Building & Engineering Design
18.5 Physical Security
18.6 DCIM/BMS Solutions

19 TIER Standards
19.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
19.2 Overview of TIER Standards
19.3 TIER I & II
19.4 TIER III
19.5 TIER IV

20 Geography
20.1 Geography Snapshot & Growth Engine
20.2 Area Snapshot & Growth Engine
20.3 Power Capacity Snapshot & Growth Engine

21 South-Eastern US
21.1 Market Overview
21.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
21.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
21.4 Electricity Pricing In South-Eastern US
21.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
21.6 Market by Infrastructure

22 Western US
22.1 Market Overview
22.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
22.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
22.4 Electricity Pricing In Western US
22.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
22.6 Market By Infrastructure

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

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

25 North-Eastern US
25.1 Market Overview
25.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
25.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
25.4 Electricity Pricing in North-Eastern US
25.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
25.6 Market by Infrastructure

26 Competitive Landscape
26.1 IT Infrastructure
26.2 Electrical Infrastructure
26.3 Mechanical Infrastructure
26.4 General Construction

27 Key Data Center Critical (IT) Infrastructure Providers
27.1 Cisco Systems
27.2 Dell Technologies
27.3 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
27.4 IBM
27.5 Lenovo
27.6 Netapp

28 Key Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers
28.1 ABB
28.2 Caterpillar
28.3 Cummins
28.4 Eaton
28.5 Schneider Electric
28.6 Stulz
28.7 Vertiv Group

29 Key Data Center Contractors
29.1 Aecom
29.2 Corgan
29.3 DPR Construction
29.4 Holder Construction Group
29.5 Jacobs Engineering Group
29.6 Syska Hennessy Group
29.7 Turner Construction

30 Key Data Center Investors
30.1 Apple
30.2 Amazon Web Services (AWS)
30.3 Cyrusone
30.4 Compass Datacenters (Root Data Center)
30.5 Digital Realty
30.6 Equinix
30.7 Facebook
30.8 Google
30.9 Microsoft
30.10 NTT Global Data Centers (Ragingwire Data Centers)
30.11 Switch
30.12 Vantage Data Centers

31 Other Prominent Critical (IT) Infrastructure Providers
31.1 Accelstor Technologies
31.2 Datadirect Networks (DDN)
31.3 FUJITSU
31.4 Hitachi Vantara
31.5 Huawei Technologies
31.6 Infortrend Technology
31.7 Inspur
31.8 Intel
31.9 Micron Technology
31.10 Mitac Holdings
31.11 Nimbus Data
31.12 PIVOT3
31.13 QNAP Systems
31.14 Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
31.15 Samsung
31.16 Seagate Technology
31.17 Silk Cloud Data Platform (Kaminario)
31.18 Super Micro Computer
31.19 Synology
31.20 Toshiba
31.21 Violin (Storcentric)
31.22 Western Digital
31.23 WIWYNN (WISTRON)

32 Other Prominent Support Infrastructure Providers
32.1 Airedale International Air Conditioning
32.2 Asetek
32.3 Bloom Energy
32.4 Condair Group
32.5 Cormant
32.6 Cyber Power Systems
32.7 Data Aire
32.8 Delta Power Solutions
32.9 FNT Software
32.10 Generac Power Systems
32.11 Green Revolution Cooling(GRC)
32.12 Hitec Power Protection
32.13 KOHLER
32.14 Legrand
32.15 Mitsubishi Electric
32.16 Natron Energy
32.17 Nlyte Software
32.18 Rittal
32.19 Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG
32.20 Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
32.21 Tripp Lite
32.22 Yanmar (Himoinsa)
32.23 Zincfive

33 Other Prominent Construction Contractors
33.1 Arup Group
33.2 Balfour Beatty US
33.3 Bluescope Construction
33.4 Clune Construction
33.5 Fluor Corporation
33.6 Fortis Construction
33.7 Gensler
33.8 Gilbane Building Company
33.9 HDR Architecture
33.10 Hitt Contracting
33.11 Hoffman Construction
33.12 JE Dunn Construction Group
33.13 Linesight
33.14 M+W GROUP (EXYTE)
33.15 Morrison Hershfield
33.16 Mortenson Company
33.17 Rogers-O’brien Construction Company
33.18 Structure Tone
33.19 The Walsh Group

34 Other Prominent Data Center Investors
34.1 Aligned Energy
34.2 COPT Data Center Solutions (COPT DCS)
34.3 Coresite Realty
34.4 Cyxtera Technologies
34.5 Databank
34.6 Data Foundry
34.7 DC Blox
34.8 Edgecore Internet Real Estate
34.9 Edgeconnex
34.10 Flexential
34.11 Fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty
34.12 Giga Data Centers
34.13 H5 Data Centers
34.14 Iron Mountain
34.15 Quality Technology Services (QTS REALTY TRUST)
34.16 Stream Data Centers
34.17 Sabey Data Center
34.18 Stack Infrastructure
34.19 T5 Data Centers

35 Report Summary
35.1 Key Takeaways

36 Quantitative Summary
36.1 US Data Center Market
36.2 Market Segmentation
36.3 Geographical Segmentation
36.4 South-Eastern US
36.5 Western US
36.6 South-Western US
36.7 Mid-Western US
36.8 North-Eastern US

37 Appendix
37.1 Abbreviations
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  • Cisco Systems
  • Dell Technologies
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • IBM
  • Lenovo
  • NetApp
  • ABB
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Eaton
  • Schneider Electric
  • STULZ
  • Vertiv Group
  • AECOM
  • CORGAN
  • DPR CONSTRUCTION
  • Holder Construction Group
  • Jacobs Engineering Group
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • Turner Construction- Apple
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • CyrusOne
  • Compass Datacenters (Root Data Center)
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • NTT Global Data Centers (RagingWire Data Centers)
  • Switch
  • Vantage Data Centers
  • AccelStor Technologies
  • DataDirect Networks (DDN)
  • FUJITSU
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Infortrend Technology
  • Inspur
  • Intel
  • Micron Technology
  • MiTAC Holdings
  • Nimbus Data
  • Pivot3
  • QNAP Systems
  • Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
  • SAMSUNG
  • Seagate Technology
  • Silk Cloud Data Platform (Kaminario)
  • Super Micro Computer
  • Synology
  • Toshiba
  • VIOLIN (StorCentric)
  • Western Digital
  • Wiwynn (Wistron)
  • Airedale International Air Conditioning
  • Asetek
  • Bloom Energy
  • Condair Group
  • Cormant
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • Data Aire
  • Delta Electronics (Delta Power Solutions)
  • FNT Software
  • Generac Power Systems
  • Green Revolution Cooling (GRC)
  • Hitec Power Protection
  • KOHLER
  • Legrand
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • Natron Energy
  • Nlyte Software
  • Rittal
  • Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • Tripp Lite
  • Yanmar Group (HIMOINSA)
  • ZincFive
  • Arup Group
  • Balfour Beatty US
  • BlueScope Construction
  • Clune Construction
  • Fluor Corporation
  • Fortis Construction
  • Gensler
  • Gilbane Building Company
  • HDR Architecture
  • HITT Contracting
  • Hoffman Construction
  • JE Dunn Construction Group
  • Linesight
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • Mortenson Construction
  • Rogers-O’Brien Construction
  • Structure Tone Organization
  • The Walsh Group
  • 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 Centers
  • Sabey Data Center
  • STACK INFRASTRUCTURE
  • T5 Data Centers
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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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