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Data Centre Mediterranean report - 2021 to 2025

  • ID: 5439273
  • Report
  • June 2021
  • 139 Pages
  • Tariff Consultancy
Data Centre Mediterranean - a Growth Region Driven by Cloud, Content & Sub-Sea Cable Connectivity

Data Centre Mediterranean report surveys the key Data Centre markets in nineteen (19) countries around the Mediterranean region. 

For each Mediterranean country, the report provides a summary of the Data Centre Providers and facilities by space and power, with profiles of the key providers and a forecast for Data Centre space, power, pricing & revenues from 2021 to 2025. 

About the Mediterranean Region

The Mediterranean region has a population of around 500 million, served by just under 500 Data Centre facilities and with a Data Centre raised floor space of around 1 million m2. From the 19-country markets, DCP finds that forecast Data Centre revenue growth rates will range from 41 percent (Malta) up to 106 percent (Israel) over the four-year period mid-2021 to mid-2025, with an average growth rate of 67 percent across the Mediterranean Sea region.

For each country market, there are three key drivers of growth impacting the Mediterranean region as a whole including:

  • The introduction of cloud services: In those countries with a number of Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) present there is a clear impact on Data Centre usage. This is most clearly seen in the Israeli market, where AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Oracle & Microsoft all aim to launch cloud services in Israel from 2021 to 2022, with an increase in Data Centre revenues.
  • The abundance of sub-sea cable connectivity: The Mediterranean is well served by sub-sea cables connecting Europe with Africa, the Middle East & Asia. There are also cables planned from Portugal which will connect to South America. But not all countries have become a landing point hub. In France, Marseille has become a content hub which has generated a Data Centre cluster specialising in the hosting of content services to Africa, the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia using direct connections to sub-sea cables.
  • The importance of content services: Content services are being established in 3rd party Data Centre facilities to serve local population centres and improve latency and performance. But the adoption of digital content in proceeding at different speeds. But some countries, such as Spain & Portugal, since the start of 2021 have seen the announcement of large new hyperscale Data Centres which, if realised, are set to transform their markets.
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  • The geographical location
  • Key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities
  • Key Data Centre developments
  • Data Centre Space & Power Forecast
  • Data Centre Pricing
  • Data Centre Revenues Forecast
  • Data Centre Public Cloud Forecast (where Public Cloud is offered)

List of Figures
Table 1 Population in each of the surveyed countries
Table 2 Number of Data Centres/Facilities in each of the surveyed countries
Table 3 Data Centre raised floor space / Power in each of the surveyed countries
Table 4 Data Centre Forecast Space in each of the surveyed countries
Table 5 Data Centre Forecast Power in each of the surveyed countries
Table 6 Data Centre Forecast Revenues in each of the surveyed countries
Table 7 Public Cloud Forecast in each of the surveyed countries
Table 8 Average Data Centre rentals (rack space) in Euro per month, excluding tax
Table 9 Electricity pricing in each of the surveyed countries
Figure 10 A simplified map showing the countries covered in the Mediterranean region (except Syria and Libya)
Figure 11 A simplified map showing the location and key and towns in Albania
Figure 12 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Albania - as of the end of June 2021
Figure 13 A chart showing forecast Albanian Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 14 A chart showing forecast Albanian average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 15 A chart showing forecast Albanian Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 16 A simplified map showing the location and key and towns in Algeria
Figure 17 A table showing standard electricity costs by selected African Country Markets in USD per kWh
Figure 18 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Algeria - as of the end of June 2021
Figure 19 A chart showing forecast Algerian Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 20 A chart showing forecast Algerian average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 21 A chart showing forecast Algerian Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 22 A simplified map showing the location and key towns in Bosnia & Herzegovina
Figure 23 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Bosnia & Herzegovina - as of the end of June 2021
Figure 24 A chart showing forecast Bosnian Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) -from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 25 A chart showing forecast Bosnian average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 26 A chart showing forecast Bosnian Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in millions in Euro per annum
Figure 27 A simplified map showing the key cities and towns in Croatia
Figure 28 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Croatia as of mid-2021
Figure 29 A picture showing the proposed new A1 Data Centre facility in Zagreb
Figure 30 A picture showing the Podatkovni Center Kriz facility
Figure 31 A Pie Chart showing the key Croatian Data Centre Provider Data Centre raised floor space market share - in per cent as of the end of June 2021
Figure 32 A chart showing a forecast for Croatian Data Centre raised floor space - from mid-2021 to mid-2025 in m2 per annum
Figure 33 A chart showing a forecast for Croatian Data Centre Customer Power (DCCP) from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in MW per annum
Figure 34 A chart showing the industrial power costs in selected European Countries including Croatia - in Euro per kWh (excluding taxes) from the lowest to the highest rates
Figure 35 A table showing the industrial electricity costs in Euro per kWh for selected European Countries -including Croatia (excluding taxes) from the lowest to the highest
Figure 36 A chart & table forecasting Slovenian Data Centre Pricing (in rack space, m2 & kW rentals - in Euro per month) per annum - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 37 A table showing the spread of Data Centre rack space pricing for selected European countries including Croatia - in Euro per month as of the end of June 2021
Figure 38 A chart showing the Croatian Data Centre Revenue forecast from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 39 A chart showing a Croatian Public Cloud Revenue forecast from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 40 A picture showing the University of Zagreb Computing Centre
Figure 41 A simplified map showing the location and key towns in Cyprus
Figure 42 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in southern Cyprus - as of the end of June 2021
Figure 43 A table showing the industrial electricity costs in Euro per kWh for selected European Countries -including Slovenia (excluding taxes) from the lowest to the highest
Figure 44 A chart showing forecast Cyprus Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 45 A table showing forecast Cyprus average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 46 A chart showing forecast Cyprus Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 47 A simplified map showing the location and key towns in Egypt
Figure 48 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Egypt - as of the end of June 2021
Figure 49 A chart showing forecast Egyptian Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 50 A table showing forecast Egyptian average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per month
Figure 51 A chart showing forecast Egyptian Data Centre Revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 52 A simplified map showing the location and key cities and towns in France.
Figure 53 A table summarizing the key Data Centre Providers and Facilities in France
Figure 54 A table showing the Equinix Data Centre facilities in France
Figure 55 A map showing the location of the Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Paris area
Figure 56 A table showing the Interxion Data Centre facilities in France
Figure 57 A photograph showing the Interxion MRS-3 Marseille facility
Figure 58 A map showing the Interxion Data Centre locations in Paris (PAR-1 to PAR-7)
Figure 59 A picture showing the Scaleway DC3 Data Centre facility
Figure 60 A pie chart showing the key French Data Centre Provider market share by Data Centre raised floor space - as of the end of 2020 in per cent
Figure 61 A chart showing the forecast French Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024 - in m2
Figure 62 A chart showing the forecast French Data Centre DCCP in MW from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024 - in MW
Figure 63 A chart and table showing the forecast average Data Centre rack space, m2 & kW rentals - in Euro per month (2020 to 2024)
Figure 64 A chart showing forecast French Data Centre revenues from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 65 A table showing the key global CSP availability zones present in France
Figure 66 A chart showing a revenue forecast for French Public Cloud services - in millions of Euros per annum (2020 to 2024)
Figure 67 A simplified map of Greece showing the major cities and towns
Figure 68 A table showing the key sub-sea cable systems connecting Greece
Figure 69 A picture showing the key subsea cable MedNautilus
Figure 70 A table summarising the key Greek Data Centre Providers and Facilities
Figure 71 A picture showing the Lamda Hellix Data Centre Athens facility
Figure 72 A picture showing the TIM Sparkle Data Centre facility at Metamorphosis
Figure 73 A Pie Chart showing the key Greek Data Centre Provider raised floor space market share - in per cent - as of the end of June 2021
Figure 74 A chart showing a forecast for Greek Data Centre raised floor space - from mid-2021 to mid-2025 in m2 per annum
Figure 75 A chart showing a forecast for Greek Data Centre Customer Power (DCCP) from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in MW per annum
Figure 76 A chart showing the industrial power costs in selected European Countries including Greece - in Euro per kWh (excluding taxes) from the lowest to the highest rates
Figure 77 A chart forecasting average Greek Data Centre Pricing (in rack space, m2 & kW rentals - in Euro per month) per annum - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 78 A table showing the spread of Data Centre rack space pricing for selected European countries including Greece - in Euro per month as of the end of June 2021
Figure 79 A chart showing the Greek Data Centre Revenue forecast from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 80 A chart showing the Greek Public Cloud Revenue forecast from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 81 A simplified map showing the location and key towns in Israel
Figure 82 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Israel - as of the end of June 2021
Figure 83 A chart showing forecast Israeli Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 84 A table showing forecast Israeli average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 85 A chart showing forecast Israeli Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 86 A simplified map of Italy
Figure 87 A table summarizing the key Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Italy
Figure 88 A picture of the Telecom Italia Rome (Acilia) Data Centre facility
Figure 89 A pie chart showing the market share for the key Italian Data Centre Providers by Data Centre raised floor space - in per cent (as of the end of 2020)
Figure 90 A chart showing the forecast Italian Data Centre raised floor space from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024 - in m2
Figure 91 A chart showing the forecast Italian Data Centre DCCP in MW from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024 - in MW
Figure 92 A chart & table showing the average forecast Data Centre rack space, m2 & kW rentals - in Euro per month (2020 to 2024)
Figure 93 A chart showing forecast Italian Data Centre Revenues in millions of Euros per annum - from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024
Figure 94 A chart showing the forecast increase in Italian Public Cloud revenues - from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 95 A simplified map showing the location and key towns in Lebanon
Figure 96 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Lebanon as of the end of June 2021
Figure 97 A chart showing forecast Lebanese Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 98 A table showing forecast Lebanese average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 99 A chart showing forecast Lebanese Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 100 A simplified map showing the key cities and towns in Malta
Figure 101 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Malta as of the end of June 2021
Figure 102 A picture showing the BMIT Technologies Zejtun Data Center facility
Figure 103 A picture showing the primary Melita Data Centre facility at Madliena
Figure 104 A table showing the key sub-sea cable systems connecting Malta
Figure 105 A Pie Chart showing the key Maltese Data Centre Provider raised floor space market share - in per cent as of the end of June 2021
Figure 106 A chart showing a forecast for Maltese Data Centre raised floor space - from mid-2021 to mid-2025 in m2 per annum
Figure 107 A chart showing a forecast for Maltese Data Centre Customer Power (DCCP) from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in MW per annum
Figure 108 A table showing the industrial electricity costs in Euro per kWh for selected European Countries -including Malta (excluding taxes) from the lowest to the highest rates
Figure 109 A chart forecasting Maltese Data Centre Pricing (in rack space, m2 & kW rentals - in Euro per month) per annum - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 110 A table showing the spread of Data Centre rack space pricing for selected European countries including Malta - in Euro per month as of the end of June 2021
Figure 111 A chart showing the Maltese Data Centre Revenue forecast from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 112 A chart showing a Maltese Public Cloud Revenue forecast from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 113 A simplified map showing the location of Monaco
Figure 114 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Monaco - as of the end of June 2021
Figure 115 A chart showing forecast Monaco Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 116 A chart showing forecast Monaco average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) - in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 117 A chart showing forecast Monaco Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in Euros per annum
Figure 118 A simplified map showing the location and key towns in Montenegro
Figure 119 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Montenegro as of the end of June 2021
Figure 120 A chart showing forecast Montenegro Data Centre raised floor space (in 000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 121 A table showing forecast Montenegro average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 122 A chart showing forecast Montenegro Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 123 A simplified map showing the location and key towns in Morocco
Figure 124 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Morocco as of the end of June 2021
Figure 125 A chart showing forecast Morocco Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000’s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 126 A chart showing forecast Morocco average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) - in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 127 A chart showing forecast Morocco Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in Euros per annum
Figure 128 A simplified map showing the key cities and towns in Slovenia
Figure 129 A table summarising the key Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Slovenia
Figure 130 A Pie Chart showing the key Slovenian Data Centre Provider market share by Data Centre raised floor space as of the end of June 2021 - in per cent
Figure 131 A chart showing forecast Slovenian Data Centre raised floor space from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in m2 per annum
Figure 132 A chart showing the Slovenian Data Centre Customer Power (DCCP) forecast - from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in MW per annum
Figure 133 A table showing the industrial electricity costs in Euro per kWh for selected European Countries (excluding taxes)
Figure 134 A chart & table forecasting Slovenian Data Centre Pricing (in rack space, m2 & kW rentals in Euro per month) - from mid-2021 to mid-2025 per annum (excluding taxes)
Figure 135 A table showing the spread of Data Centre rack space Pricing for selected European countries including Slovenia - in Euro per month as of mid-2021
Figure 136 A chart showing the Slovenian Data Centre Revenue forecast from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 137 A chart showing a Slovenian Public Cloud Revenue forecast from mid-2021 to mid-2025 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 138 A simplified map of Spain
Figure 139 A table summarizing the key Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Spain
Figure 140 A picture of the Telefonica Alcala Data Centre facility
Figure 141 A pie chart showing the key Spanish Data Centre Providers by raised floor space - as of the end of 2020 in per cent
Figure 142 A chart showing forecast Spanish Data Centre raised floor space - from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024 - in m2
Figure 143 A chart showing forecast Spanish Data Centre DCCP in MW - from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024 - in MW
Figure 144 A chart and table showing the average forecast Data Centre rack space, m2 & kW rentals - in Euro per month (2020 to 2024)
Figure 145 A chart showing the forecast increase in Spanish Data Centre Revenues - from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024 - in millions of Euros per annum
Figure 146 A chart showing forecast Spanish Public Cloud Revenue - in millions of Euros per annum - from the end of 2020 to the end of 2024
Figure 147 A simplified map showing the location and key towns in Tunisia
Figure 148 A table summarizing the key Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Tunisia
Figure 149 A chart showing forecast Tunisian Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 150 A table showing forecast Tunisian average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) - in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 151 A chart showing forecast Tunisian Data Centre Revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in Euros per annum
Figure 152 A simplified map showing the location and key towns in Turkey
Figure 153 A table summarising the key third-party Data Centre Providers and Facilities in Turkey - as of the end of June 2021
Figure 154 A chart showing forecast Turkish Data Centre raised floor space (in ‘000s of m2) and DCCP (in MW) - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025
Figure 155 A table showing forecast Turkish average Data Centre rentals (rack space, m2 & kw) in Euro per month - from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 per annum
Figure 156 A chart showing forecast Turkish Data Centre revenues from the end of June 2021 to the end of June 2025 - in millions of Euros per annum

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The research into the countries that surround the Mediterranean Sea, providing a unique survey for the first time of Data Centres in the region. This region has a population of around 500 million, served by just under 500 facilities and with Data Centre raised floor space of around 1 million m2.

From the 19-country markets, DCP finds that forecast Data Centre revenue growth rates will range from 41 percent (Malta) up to 106 percent (Israel) over the four-year period mid-2021 to mid-2025, with an average growth rate of 67 percent across the Mediterranean Sea region.

The growth in Data Centre revenues is typically composed of three core elements, the increase in new Data Centre capacity, increased customer utilisation and increased price levels.

But for each country market, there are three key drivers of growth impacting the Mediterranean region as a whole including:

The introduction of cloud services: In those countries with a number of Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) present there is a clear impact on Data Centre usage. This is most clearly seen in the Israeli market, where AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Oracle & Microsoft all aim to launch cloud services in Israel in 2021 to 2022, with an increase in Data Centre revenues.

The abundance of sub-sea cable connectivity: The Mediterranean is well served by sub-sea cables connecting Europe with Africa, the Middle East & Asia. There are also cables planned from Portugal which will connect to South America. But not all countries have become a landing point hub. In France, Marseille has become a content hub which has generated a Data Centre cluster specialising in the hosting of content services to Africa, the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia using direct connections to sub-sea cables.

The importance of content services: Content services are being established in 3rd party Data Centre facilities to serve local population centres and improve latency and performance. But the adoption of digital content in proceeding at different speeds. But some countries, such as Spain & Portugal, since the start of 2021 have seen the announcement of large new hyperscale Data Centres which, if realised, are set to transform their markets.

Although the extent of the Data Centre development varies by each Mediterranean country market, there are common themes emerging. Most countries, even in North Africa, are seeing the introduction of Carrier Neutral facilities and are adopting cloud services for enterprises and Government institutions.

Individual markets are promoting connectivity hubs, typically through the promotion of a local Internet Exchange Point (IXP) in countries including Albania, Morocco and Bosnia -Herzegovina, although the impact has not been uniform, as many users prefer to interconnect in larger IXP markets (such as the Frankfurt DE-CIX) where there is an abundance of connectivity partners available.

Overall, there is more investment entering the Mediterranean market - including the large markets of Israel, Spain and Turkey – with other markets set to follow suit - with investment also being seen in Greece with Digital Realty’s acquisition of Lambda Hellix in November 2020.

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A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • Albania
  • Algeria
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Egypt
  • France
  • Greece
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Lebanon
  • Malta
  • Monaco
  • Montenegro
  • Morocco
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey
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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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