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Hyperscale Data Center Market - Global Outlook and Forecast 2021-2026

  • ID: 5360071
  • Report
  • July 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 562 pages
  • Arizton
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In-depth Analysis and Data-driven Insights on the Impact of COVID-19 Included in this Global Hyperscale Data Center Market Report



The hyperscale data center market by investment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.02% during the period 2021-2026.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is creating a high demand for hyperscale data centers across all regions. As most global workforce shifts to remote working, hyperscale facilities are gaining high traction in the data center market. The increasing adoption of digitalization, rising investments from telecommunication & service providers, and government initiatives towards the digital economy are significant factors for the hyperscale data center market growth. In terms of hyperscale construction, Apple, Facebook, Google, AWS, Microsoft, Alibaba, Baidu, OVH, and China Telecom are investing billions of dollars in the market.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the global hyperscale data center market during the forecast period:
  • Mergers & Acquisition Fueling the Growth of the Hyperscale data center market.
  • Cloud and Connectivity Driving Demand for Hyperscale Data Centers
  • Wholesale Colocation Demand Boosting Hyperscale Facility Development
  • Tax Incentives to Surge the Hyperscale Investment
The study considers the present scenario of the Hyperscale data center market and its market dynamics for the period 2021-2026. 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.

HYPERSCALE DATA CENTER MARKET SEGMENTATION

The global hyperscale data center market research report includes a detailed segmentation by IT infrastructure, electrical infrastructure, mechanical infrastructure, cooling systems, cooling technique, general construction, geography. The market for server infrastructure has witnessed strong growth in the past two years. The competition between branded and ODM server suppliers will continue because multiple enterprises opt for server infrastructure based on open community designs (OCP). Server systems based on x86 architecture dominated the market with about 85% of the hyperscale data center market share. The increase in demand for server shipments will continue to grow moderately as enterprises are likely to move to the cloud or colocation platforms for their IT infrastructure operations during the forecast period.

The UPS systems are widely adopted to provide backup power for cooling systems installed in the facility. The adoption of lithium-ion batteries is likely to increase during the forecast period. For instance, GPX Global Systems’ data center facilities in India are equipped with Lithium-ion batteries from Eaton. The contribution from colocation providers will be high in terms of lithium-ion UPS solutions. Vendors are also continuously innovating with UPS solutions to boost efficiency and reduce cost. With the emergence of nickel-zinc batteries and sodium-ion batteries, the adoption of 48V DC UPS systems will continue to grow depending on the effectiveness of these solutions.

In data center projects, the investment in cooling systems is expected to be 15-20% of the overall cost, depending on the facility design and IT load. The facilities in Southeast Asia, China, India, Australia, the Middle East, and Africa are likely to prefer air-cooled chillers or chilled water systems or a combination of both air and water-based cooling techniques. Free cooling chillers that facilitate partial cooling using outside air are also highly preferred by several facilities. Tier IV facilities adopt the 2N+1 redundant configuration for cooling systems. For instance, Equinix’s London 10 data center facility is built with hybrid dry air coolers and chillers, with the N+2 redundancy for chillers and CRAH units with N+20% redundancy.

Chiller units are the significant consumers of electricity in data centers that require a reliable and dedicated power supply. Most of the facilities that operate in warm climatic conditions are expected to implement free cooling chillers with smart technologies since they enable operations based on outside temperatures. The adoption of chiller units is expected to be higher in APAC and MEA than in North America, Western Europe, Nordic, and Eastern Europe. For instance, Stack Infrastructure Chicago CHIO2 data center is equipped with N+1 redundancy of air-cooled chillers with integral free-cooling and a rack power density of 7-8 kW per rack.

The installation and commissioning process is carried out by engineering contractors, vendors, and data center operators. Installation and commissioning are important aspects of data center development. The growth in greenfield facilities will generate more revenues for installation and commission service providers. Installation should be carried out based on the tier design of the facility.

Segmentation by Infrastructure
  • IT Infrastructure
  • Electrical Infrastructure
  • Mechanical Infrastructure
  • General Construction
Segmentation by IT Infrastructure
  • Server
  • Storage
  • Network
Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure
  • UPS Systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgears
  • PDUs
  • Other Electrical Infrastructure
Segmentation by Mechanical Infrastructure
  • Cooling Systems
  • Racks
  • Other Mechanical Infrastructure
Segmentation by Cooling System
  • CRAC & CRAH Units
  • Chiller Units
  • Cooling Towers, Condensers & Dry Coolers
  • Economizers & Evaporative Coolers
  • Other Cooling Units
Segmentation by Cooling Technique
  • Air-Based Cooling Technique
  • Liquid-Based Cooling Technique
Segmentation by General Construction
  • Core & Shell Development
  • Installation & Commissioning Services
  • Engineering & Building Design
  • Physical Security
  • DCIM/BMS
INSIGHTS BY GEOGRAPHY

The North American hyperscale data center market is leading the global hyperscale data center growth, with around 40% of the total number of hyperscale projects in the overall hyperscale industry. Virginia and Texas are the major markets for hyperscale data center operations, followed by Oregon, Ohio, Georgia, and Utah. In 2020, hyperscale data centers in North America added over 2 GW of power, including new facilities that opened in 2020 and are expected to be operational by June 2021.

Segmentation by Geography
  • North America
  • US
  • Canada
  • Latin America
  • Western Europe
  • Nordic
  • Central & Eastern Europe
  • Middle East & Africa
  • APAC
  • China & Hong Kong
  • Australia & New Zealand
  • India
  • Japan
  • Rest of APAC
  • Southeast Asia
INSIGHTS BY VENDORS

Arista Networks, ATOS, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, Extreme Networks, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Hitachi Vantara, Huawei Technologies are some of the IT infrastructure providers in the hyperscale data center market. HPE is one of the leading vendors in the market with a share of around 16%, closely followed by Dell Technologies. The hyperscale data center market is witnessing significant revenue contributions from ODM server manufacturers such as Quanta Systems (QCT), Wistron (Wiwynn), and Inventec. Vendor offerings are concentrated on the cloud, big data, artificial intelligence, and IoT-based application workloads.

Prominent IT Infrastructure Providers
  • Arista Networks
  • ATOS
  • Broadcom
  • Cisco Systems
  • Extreme Networks
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Huawei Technologies
  • IBM
  • Inspur
  • Inventec
  • Juniper Networks
  • Lenovo
  • NEC Corporation
  • NetApp
  • Oracle
  • Pure Storage
  • Quanta Cloud Technology
  • Super Micro Computer
  • Wistron (Wiwynn)
Prominent Support Infrastructure Providers
  • ABB
  • ALFA LAVAL
  • AIREDALE INTERNATIONAL AIR CONDITIONING
  • Asetek
  • Bosch Security Systems (Robert Bosch)
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Condair Group
  • Delta Group
  • Eaton
  • Green Revolution Cooling
  • HITEC Power Protection
  • Jones Engineering Group
  • KOHLER (SDMO)
  • Legrand
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • Nlyte
  • Nortek Air Solutions
  • Rolls-Royce Power Systems
  • Piller Power Systems
  • Rittal
  • Schneider Electric
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • STULZ
  • Vertiv Group
Prominent Construction Contractors
  • AECOM
  • ACECO TI (KKR INVESTMENT GROUP)
  • Arup Group
  • Bouygues
  • Cap Ingelec
  • Corgan
  • CSF Group
  • DPR Construction
  • Faithful+Gould
  • Fluor Corporation
  • Fortis Construction
  • Gensler
  • Gilbane Building
  • HDR Architecture
  • Holder Construction
  • ISG
  • Jacobs Engineering Group
  • Mercury Engineering
  • M+W Group
  • Kirby Group Engineering
  • Larsen & Turbo (L&T)
  • Linesight
  • Mace Group
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • Mortenson Construction
  • Red-Engineering
  • Structure Tone
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • Winthrop
Key Data Center Investors
  • Apple
  • AWS (Amazon Web Services)
  • CyrusOne
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
  • GDS Holdings
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • NTT Global Data Centers (NTT Communications)
Prominent Data Center Investors
  • 21Vianet - (Century Internet Data Center)
  • Africa Data Centres
  • Ascenty
  • Aligned Energy
  • Aruba
  • Bridge Data Centres
  • Chayora
  • Cologix
  • Colt Data Centre Services (COLT DCS)
  • Compass Data Centers
  • COPT Data Center Solutions
  • CoreSite Reality
  • Canberra Data Centres
  • Etisalat Group
  • Global Switch
  • Keppel Data Centres
  • NEXTDC
  • URBACON DATA CENTRE SOLUTIONS
  • QTS Realty Trust
  • ST Telemedia Global Data Centres
  • Shanghai Athub
  • Scala Data Centers
  • Tenglong Holdings Group (Tamron)
  • Turkcell
  • Teraco Data Environments
  • Vantage Data Centers
New Entrants in the Hyperscale Data Center Market
  • AdaniConneX
  • ARCHER DATACENTERS
  • Aquila Capital Investmentgesellschaft
  • Cirrus Data Solutions
  • Digital Edge DC
  • Echelon Data Centers
  • Global Technical Realty
  • IXAfrica
  • Mantra Data Centers
  • PointOne
  • Stratus DC Management
KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED:

1. How big is the hyperscale data center market investments?
2. What is the growth of hyperscale data centers in the US region?
3. What is the market size of hyperscale data centers in terms of area?
4. Who are the key investors in the hyperscale data center market?
5. What are the key factors driving the growth of the hyperscale data center market?
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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 Internet & Data Growth
7.2 Data Center Site Selection Criteria

8 Market Opportunities & Trends
8.1 Rising Procurement of Renewable Energy for Hyperscale Data Centers
8.2 Software-Defined Power to Monitor & Automate Power Infrastructure
8.3 Rising Deployment of Software-Defined Data Centers
8.4 AI Boosts Liquid Immersion & Direct-To-Chip Cooling Adoption
8.5 Innovative Data Center Technologies
8.6 Increased Adoption Of 200/400 Gbe Switch Ports
8.7 Increased Adoption of OCP & Hyperscale-Specific Infrastructure
8.8 Data Regulations to Increase Hyperscale Investments

9 Market Growth Enablers
9.1 COVID-19 Impact on Hyperscale Data Center Market
9.2 5G Deployment & Hyperscale Data Centers
9.3 Rising Investment in Hyperscale Data Centers
9.4 Cloud & Connectivity Drive Demand for Hyperscale Data Centers
9.5 IoT & Big Data Drive Demand for Hyperscale Data Centers
9.6 Tax Incentives to Boost Hyperscale Investment
9.7 M&A to Fuel Hyperscale Data Center Growth
9.8 Wholesale Colocation Demand Fuels Hyperscale Developments

10 Market Restraints
10.1 Location Constraints for Hyperscale Data Center Construction
10.2 Data Center Security Challenges
10.3 Dearth of Skilled Workforce
10.4 Increased Carbon Emissions from Data Centers
10.5 Frequent Outages Impact Hyperscale Operators

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 IT Infrastructure
12.3 Electrical Infrastructure
12.4 Mechanical Infrastructure
12.5 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 Power Distribution Units
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

19 Geography
19.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
19.2 Area: Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
19.3 Power Capacity: Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

20 North America
20.1 Market Overview
20.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
20.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
20.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
20.5 IT Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
20.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
20.7 US
20.8 Canada

21 Latin America
21.1 Market Overview
21.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
21.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
21.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
21.5 IT Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
21.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

22 Western Europe
22.1 Market Overview
22.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
22.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
22.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
22.5 IT Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
22.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
22.7 UK
22.8 GERMANY
22.9 France
22.10 Ireland
22.11 Netherlands
22.12 Other Western European Countries

23 Nordics
23.1 Market Overview
23.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
23.3 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
23.4 IT Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
23.5 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

24 Central & Eastern Europe (CEE)
24.1 Market Overview
24.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
24.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
24.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
24.5 IT Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
24.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

25 Middle East & Africa
25.1 Market Overview
25.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
25.3 Area: Market Size & Forecast
25.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
25.5 IT Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
25.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

26 APAC
26.1 Market Overview
26.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
26.3 Area: Market Overview
26.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
26.5 IT Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
26.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
26.7 China & Hong Kong
26.8 Australia & New Zealand
26.9 India
26.10 Japan
26.11 Rest of APAC
26.12 Southeast Asia

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

28 Prominent IT Infrastructure Providers
28.1 Arista Networks
28.2 ATOS
28.3 Broadcom
28.4 Cisco Systems
28.5 Dell Technologies
28.6 Extreme Networks
28.7 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
28.8 Hitachi Vantara
28.9 Huawei Technologies
28.10 IBM
28.11 Inspur
28.12 Inventec
28.13 Juniper Networks
28.14 Lenovo
28.15 NEC Corporation
28.16 NetApp
28.17 Oracle
28.18 Pure Storage
28.19 Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
28.20 Super Micro Computer
28.21 Wistron (Wiwynn)

29 Prominent Support Infrastructure Providers
29.1 ABB
29.2 ALFA LAVAL
29.3 AIREDALE INTERNATIONAL AIR CONDITIONING
29.4 Asetek
29.5 Bosch Security Systems (Robert Bosch)
29.6 Caterpillar
29.7 Cummins
29.8 Condair Group
29.9 Delta Group
29.10 Eaton
29.11 Green Revolution Cooling
29.12 HITEC Power Protection
29.13 Jones Engineering Group
29.14 KOHLER (SDMO)
29.15 Legrand
29.16 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
29.17 Nlyte
29.18 Nortek Air Solutions
29.19 Rolls-Royce Power Systems
29.20 Piller Power Systems
29.21 Rittal
29.22 Schneider Electric
29.23 Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
29.24 STULZ
29.25 Vertiv Group

30 Prominent Construction Contractors
30.1 AECOM
30.2 Aceco TI (KKR Investment Group)
30.3 Arup Group
30.4 Bouygues
30.5 Cap Ingelec
30.6 Corgan
30.7 CSF Group
30.8 DPR Construction
30.9 Faithful+Gould
30.10 Fluor Corporation
30.11 Fortis Construction
30.12 Gensler
30.13 Gilbane Building
30.14 HDR Architecture
30.15 Holder Construction
30.16 ISG
30.17 Jacobs Engineering Group
30.18 Mercury Engineering
30.19 M+W Group (EXYTE)
30.20 Kirby Group Engineering
30.21 Larsen & Toubro
30.22 Linesight
30.23 Mace Group
30.24 Morrison Hershfield
30.25 Mortenson Construction
30.26 Red-Engineering
30.27 Structure Tone
30.28 Syska Hennessy Group
30.29 Winthrop

31 Key Data Center Investors
31.1 Apple
31.2 Amazon Web Services (AWS)
31.3 CyrusOne
31.4 Digital Realty
31.5 Equinix
31.6 Facebook
31.7 GDS Holdings
31.8 Google
31.9 Microsoft
31.10 NTT Global Data Centers (NTT COMMUNICATIONS)

32 Prominent Data Center Investors
32.1 21Vianet (Century Internet Data Center)
32.2 Africa Data Centres
32.3 Ascenty
32.4 Aligned Energy
32.5 Aruba
32.6 Bridge Data Centres
32.7 Chayora
32.8 Cologix
32.9 Colt Data Centre Services (COLT DCS)
32.10 Compass Data Centers
32.11 COPT Data Center Solutions
32.12 CoreSite Realty
32.13 Canberra Data Centres
32.14 Etisalat
32.15 Global Switch
32.16 Keppel Data Centres
32.17 NEXTDC
32.18 URBACON DATA CENTRE SOLUTIONS
32.19 QTS Realty Trust
32.20 ST Telemedia Global Data Centres
32.21 Shanghai Athub
32.22 Scala Data Centers
32.23 Tenglong Holdings Group (Tamron)
32.24 Turkcell
32.25 Teraco Data Environments
32.26 Vantage Data Centers

33 New Entrants
33.1 AdaniConneX
33.2 ARCHER DATACENTERS
33.3 Aquila Capital Investmentgesellschaft
33.4 Cirrus Data Solutions
33.5 Digital Edge DC
33.6 Echelon Data Centers
33.7 Global Technical Realty
33.8 IXAfrica
33.9 PointOne
33.10 Mantra Data Centers
33.11 Stratus DC Management

34 Report Summary
34.1 Key Takeaways

35 Quantitative Summary
35.1 Market by Geography
35.2 Geography
35.3 North America
35.4 US
35.5 Canada
35.6 Latin America
35.7 Western Europe
35.8 UK
35.9 Germany
35.10 France
35.11 Ireland
35.12 Netherlands
35.13 Other Western European Countries
35.14 Nordics
35.15 Central & Eastern Europe
35.16 Middle East & Africa
35.17 APAC
35.18 China & Hong Kong
35.19 Australia & New Zealand
35.20 India
35.21 Japan
35.22 Rest of APAC
35.23 Southeast Asia

36 Appendix
36.1 Abbreviations
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  • ATOS
  • Broadcom
  • Cisco Systems
  • Extreme Networks
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Huawei Technologies
  • IBM
  • Inspur
  • Inventec
  • Juniper Networks
  • Lenovo
  • NEC Corporation
  • NetApp
  • Oracle
  • Pure Storage
  • Quanta Cloud Technology
  • Super Micro Computer
  • Wistron (Wiwynn)
  • ABB
  • ALFA LAVAL
  • AIREDALE INTERNATIONAL AIR CONDITIONING
  • Asetek
  • Bosch Security Systems (Robert Bosch)
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Condair Group
  • Delta Group
  • Eaton
  • Green Revolution Cooling
  • HITEC Power Protection
  • Jones Engineering Group
  • KOHLER (SDMO)
  • Legrand
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • Nlyte
  • Nortek Air Solutions
  • Rolls-Royce Power Systems
  • Piller Power Systems
  • Rittal
  • Schneider Electric
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • STULZ
  • Vertiv Group
  • AECOM
  • ACECO TI (KKR INVESTMENT GROUP)
  • Arup Group
  • Bouygues
  • Cap Ingelec
  • Corgan
  • CSF Group
  • DPR Construction
  • Faithful+Gould
  • Fluor Corporation
  • Fortis Construction
  • Gensler
  • Gilbane Building
  • HDR Architecture
  • Holder Construction
  • ISG
  • Jacobs Engineering Group
  • Mercury Engineering
  • M+W Group
  • Kirby Group Engineering
  • Larsen & Turbo (L&T)
  • Linesight
  • Mace Group
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • Mortenson Construction
  • Red-Engineering
  • Structure Tone
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • Winthrop
  • Apple
  • AWS (Amazon Web Services)
  • CyrusOne
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Facebook
  • GDS Holdings
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • NTT Global Data Centers (NTT Communications)
  • 21Vianet - (Century Internet Data Center)
  • Africa Data Centres
  • Ascenty
  • Aligned Energy
  • Aruba
  • Bridge Data Centres
  • Chayora
  • Cologix
  • Colt Data Centre Services (COLT DCS)
  • Compass Data Centers
  • COPT Data Center Solutions
  • CoreSite Reality
  • Canberra Data Centres
  • Etisalat Group
  • Global Switch
  • Keppel Data Centres
  • NEXTDC
  • URBACON DATA CENTRE SOLUTIONS
  • QTS Realty Trust
  • ST Telemedia Global Data Centres
  • Shanghai Athub
  • Scala Data Centers
  • Tenglong Holdings Group (Tamron)
  • Turkcell
  • Teraco Data Environments
  • Vantage Data Centers
  • AdaniConneX
  • ARCHER DATACENTERS
  • Aquila Capital Investmentgesellschaft
  • Cirrus Data Solutions
  • Digital Edge DC
  • Echelon Data Centers
  • Global Technical Realty
  • IXAfrica
  • Mantra Data Centers
  • PointOne
  • Stratus DC Management
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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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