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U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market - Industry Outlook & Forecast 2022-2027

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  • 368 Pages
  • March 2022
  • Region: United States
  • Arizton
  • ID: 5562649
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB
  • Clune Construction
  • Equinix
  • Holder Construction Group
  • MiTAC Holdings
  • STACK INFRASTRUCTURE
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In-depth Analysis and Data-driven Insights on the Impact of COVID-19 Included in this U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market Report





The usage of cloud computing services and applications continues to grow rapidly in the US, thereby leading to the establishment of large hyperscale cloud-based data centers. hyperscale data center operators are investing heavily across the US due to the surge in digitization initiatives, adoption of 5G, and change in consumption patterns due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

U.S. hyperscale data center market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.41% during 2022-2027

MARKET GROWTH ENABLERS

  • Impact Of Covid-19
  • Deployment Of 5G & Hyperscale Data Centers
  • Rising Investments in the Hyperscale Data Center Market
  • Cloud Connectivity Driving the Demand for Hyperscale Data Centers
  • IOT & Big Data Driving the Demand for Hyperscale Data Centers

U.S. HYPERSCALE DATA CENTER MARKET SEGMENTATION


Storage adoption in data centers will be dominated by all-flash and hybrid storage arrays. Innovative UPS battery technologies are positively impacting U.S. hyperscale data centers & services. Vendors are innovating with UPS battery technology. This includes the emergence of lithium-ion, nickel-zinc, and Prussian Blue Sodium-ion batteries in data centers.

Segmentation by Infrastructure

  • IT Infrastructure
  • Electrical Infrastructure
  • Mechanical Infrastructure
  • General Infrastructure

Segmentation by IT infrastructure

  • Server Infrastructure
  • Storage Infrastructure
  • Network Infrastructure

Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure

  • UPS Systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgear
  • Power Distribution Units
  • Other Electrical Infrastructure

Segmentation by Mechanical Infrastructure

  • Cooling Systems
  • Racks
  • Other Mechanical Infrastructure

Segmentation by Cooling Systems

  • CRAC & CRAH Units
  • Chiller Units
  • Cooling Towers
  • Condensers & Dry Coolers
  • Evaporative Coolers & Economizers
  • 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
  • Fire Detection & Suppression
  • DCIM/BMS

VENDOR ANALYSIS


Two major drivers that will intensify the competition among vendors will be the drop in prices of switch ports and the disintegration of hardware and software in network infrastructure offerings.

In 2021, hyperscale operators, including Facebook, Microsoft, Google, and AWS accounted for over 60% of the overall investment in the region. Major colocation operators in the region include Equinix, Digital Realty, CyrusOne, STACK INFRASTRUCTURE, and QTS Realty Trust, among others.

Key IT Infrastructure Providers

  • Arista Networks
  • Atos
  • Broadcom
  • Cisco Systems
  • Data Direct Network
  • Dell Technologies
  • Extreme Networks
  • Fujitsu
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Huawei Technologies
  • IBM
  • Intel Technologies
  • Infortrend technology
  • Inspur
  • Juniper Networks
  • Lenovo
  • MiTAC Holdings
  • Micron technology
  • NetApp
  • Nimbus Data
  • Pivot3
  • QNAP Systems
  • Quanta Cloud Technology
  • Supermicro
  • Synology
  • Violin (Storcentric)
  • Western Digital
  • Wiwynn (Wistron Corporation)

Prominent Support Infrastructure Providers

  • ABB
  • Airedale International Air Conditioning
  • Asetek
  • Bloom Energy
  • Caterpillar
  • Condair Group
  • Cormant
  • Cummins
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • Data Aire
  • Eaton
  • FNT Software
  • Generac Power Systems
  • Green Revolution Cooling (GRC)
  • HITEC Power Protection
  • KOHLER
  • Legrand
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Natron Energy
  • Nlyte Software
  • Rolls-Royce Power Systems
  • Schneider Electric
  • STULZ
  • Rittal
  • Toshiba
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • Tripp Lite
  • Vertiv Group
  • Yanmar
  • ZincFive

Prominent Construction Contractors

  • AECOM
  • Arup
  • Balfour Beatty US
  • BlueScope Construction
  • Corgan
  • Clune Construction
  • DPR Construction
  • Fortis Construction
  • Gensler
  • Gilbane Building Company
  • Fluor Corporation
  • HDR
  • Holder Construction Group
  • HITT Contracting
  • Hoffman Construction
  • Jacobs
  • JE Dunn Construction
  • Linesight
  • M+W Group
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • Mortenson
  • Rogers-O’Brien Construction
  • STO Building Group
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • The Walsh Group
  • Turner Construction

Prominent Data Center Investors

  • Aligned Data Centers
  • Apple
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Compass Datacenters
  • CyrusOne
  • COPT Data Center Solutions
  • CoreSite
  • CloudHQ
  • Cologix
  • Cirrus Data Services
  • DataBank
  • Digital Realty
  • EdgeCore Internet Real Estate
  • Equinix
  • Facebook (META)
  • Flexential
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • Novva
  • NTT Global Data Centers
  • Iron Mountain
  • QTS Realty Trust
  • Switch
  • STACK INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Vantage Data Centers

New Entrants

  • Quantum Loophole
  • Yondr

GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS


The Western U.S. region is a mature and developed data center market in the U.S. The region offers benefits such as good connectivity and proximity to I.T. hubs, making it a good investment for data center operators. In California, digital companies, including cloud providers and other I.T. and technology firms, took up the maximum occupancy, at around 90% of the industry.

Segmentation by Geography

  • Western U.S.
  • South-Eastern U.S.
  • South-Western US
  • Mid-Western US
  • North-eastern US
Frequently Asked Questions about the U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market

What is the estimated value of the U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market?

The U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market was estimated to be valued at $51.5 Billion in 2022.

What is the growth rate of the U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market?

The growth rate of the U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market is 3.4%, with an estimated value of $63.0 Billion by 2027.

What is the forecasted size of the U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market?

The U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market is estimated to be worth $63.0 Billion by 2027.

Who are the key companies in the U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market?

Key companies in the U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market include ABB, AECOM, Airedale International Air Conditioning, Aligned Data Centers, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Apple, Arista Networks, Arup and Atos.

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB
  • Clune Construction
  • Equinix
  • Holder Construction Group
  • MiTAC Holdings
  • STACK INFRASTRUCTURE

1 Research Methodology2 Research Objectives3 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 Us Hyperscale Market Overview
7.2 Data Center Site Selection Criteria
8 Market Opportunities & Trends
8.1 Deployment of Microgrids in Data Centers
8.2 Adoption of Innovative Data Center Technologies
8.3 Increased Adoption of Advanced It Technologies in Data Centers
8.4 Ai Boosting Liquid Immersion & Direct-To-Chip Cooling Adoption
8.5 Innovative Ups Battery Technologies
8.6 Rising Procurement of Renewable Energy
9 Market Growth Enablers
9.1 Impact of Covid-19
9.2 Deployment of 5G & Hyperscale Data Centers
9.3 Rising Investments in the Hyperscale Data Center Market
9.4 Cloud Connectivity Driving the Demand for Hyperscale Data Centers
9.5 IoT & Big Data Driving the Demand for Hyperscale Data Centers
9.6 Tax Incentives & Government Initiatives
10 Market Restraints
10.1 Location Constraints on Hyperscale Data Center Construction
10.2 Physical & Cybersecurity Challenges
10.3 Dearth of Skilled Workforce
10.4 Rising Carbon Emissions from Data Centers
10.5 Increasing Water Consumption by Hyperscale Data Center 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 It Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
11.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
11.7 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 Technique
17.3 Liquid-Based Cooling Technique
18 General Construction
18.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
18.2 Core & Shell Development
18.3 Installation & Commissioning Services
18.4 Engineering & Building Design
18.5 Physical Security
18.6 Fire Detection & Suppression
18.7 Dcim/Bms Solutions
19 Geography
19.1 Investment: Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
19.1 Area: Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
19.2 Power Capacity: Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
20 Western US
20.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
20.2 Market Overview
20.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
20.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
20.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
20.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
21 Southeastern US
21.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
21.2 Market Overview
21.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
21.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
21.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
21.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
22 Southwestern US
22.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
22.2 Market Overview
22.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
22.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
22.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
22.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
23 Midwestern US
23.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
23.2 Market Overview
23.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
23.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
23.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
23.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
24 Northeastern US
24.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
24.2 Market Overview
24.3 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
24.4 Area: Market Size & Forecast
24.5 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
24.6 Support Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast
25 Competitive Landscape
25.1 It Infrastructure
25.2 Electrical Infrastructure
25.3 Mechanical Infrastructure
25.4 General Construction
26 Key It Infrastructure Providers
26.1 Arista Networks
26.2 Atos
26.3 Broadcom
26.4 Cisco Systems
26.5 Data Direct Networks
26.6 Dell Technologies
26.7 Extreme Networks
26.8 Fujitsu
26.9 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (Hpe)
26.10 Hitachi Vantara
26.11 Huawei Technologies
26.12 Ibm
26.13 Intel
26.14 Infortrend Technology
26.15 Inspur
26.16 Juniper Networks
26.17 Lenovo
26.18 Mitac Holdings
26.19 Micron Technology
26.20 Netapp
26.21 Nimbus Data
26.22 Pivot3
26.23 Qnap Systems
26.24 Quanta Cloud Technology (Quanta Computer)
26.25 Supermicro
26.26 Synology
26.27 Violin (Storcentric)
26.28 Western Digital
26.29 Wiwynn (Wistron Corporation)
27 Prominent Support Infrastructure Vendors
27.1 Abb
27.2 Airedale International Air Conditioning
27.3 Asetek
27.4 Bloom Energy
27.5 Caterpillar
27.6 Condair Group
27.7 Cormant
27.8 Cummins
27.9 Cyber Power Systems
27.10 Data Aire
27.11 Eaton
27.12 Fnt Software
27.13 Generac Power Systems
27.14 Green Revolution Cooling (Grc)
27.15 Hitec Power Protection
27.16 Kohler
27.17 Legrand
27.18 Mitsubishi Electric
27.19 Natron Energy
27.20 Nlyte Software
27.21 Rolls-Royce Power Systems
27.22 Schneider Electric
27.23 Stulz
27.24 Rittal
27.25 Toshiba
27.26 Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
27.27 Tripp Lite
27.28 Vertiv
27.29 Yanmar
27.30 Zincfive
28 Prominent Construction Contractors
28.1 Aecom
28.2 Arup
28.3 Balfour Beatty
28.4 Bluescope Construction
28.5 Corgan
28.6 Clune Construction
28.7 Dpr Construction
28.8 Fortis Construction
28.9 Gensler
28.10 Gilbane Building Company
28.11 Fluor Corporation
28.12 Hdr
28.13 Holder Construction Group
28.14 Hitt Contracting
28.15 Hoffman Construction
28.16 Jacobs Engineering
28.17 Je Dunn Construction Group
28.18 Linesight
28.19 M+W Group (Exyte)
28.20 Morrison Hershfield
28.21 Mortenson
28.22 Rogers-O’Brien Construction
28.23 Sto Building Group
28.24 Syska Hennessy Group
28.25 the Walsh Group
28.26 Turner Construction
29 Prominent Data Center Investors
29.1 Aligned Data Centers
29.2 Apple
29.3 Amazon Web Services (Aws)
29.4 Compass Datacenters
29.5 Cyrusone
29.6 Copt Data Center Solutions
29.7 Coresite Realty
29.8 Cloudhq
29.9 Cologix
29.10 Cirrus Data Services
29.11 Databank
29.12 Digital Realty
29.13 Edgecore Internet Real Estate
29.14 Equinix
29.15 Facebook (Meta)
29.16 Flexential
29.17 Google
29.18 Microsoft
29.19 Novva
29.20 Ntt Global Data Centers
29.21 Iron Mountain
29.22 Qts Realty Trust
29.23 Switch
29.24 Stack Infrastructure
29.25 Vantage Data Centers
30 New Entrants
30.1 Quantum Loophole
30.2 Yondr
31 Report Summary
31.1 Key Takeaways
32 Quantitative Summary
32.2 Geographical Segmentation
32.3 Western US
32.4 Southeastern US
32.5 Midwestern US
32.6 Southwestern US
32.7 Northeastern US
33 Appendix
33.1 Abbreviations
  • ABB
  • AECOM
  • Airedale International Air Conditioning
  • Aligned Data Centers
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Apple
  • Arista Networks
  • Arup
  • Asetek
  • Atos
  • Balfour Beatty US
  • Bloom Energy
  • BlueScope Construction
  • Broadcom
  • Caterpillar
  • Cirrus Data Services
  • Cisco Systems
  • CloudHQ
  • Clune Construction
  • Cologix
  • Compass Datacenters
  • Condair Group
  • COPT Data Center Solutions
  • CoreSite
  • Corgan
  • Cormant
  • Cummins
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • CyrusOne
  • Data Aire
  • Data Direct Network
  • DataBank
  • Dell Technologies
  • Digital Realty
  • DPR Construction
  • Eaton
  • EdgeCore Internet Real Estate
  • Equinix
  • Extreme Networks
  • Facebook (META)
  • Flexential
  • Fluor Corporation
  • FNT Software
  • Fortis Construction
  • Fujitsu
  • Generac Power Systems
  • Gensler
  • Gilbane Building Company
  • Google
  • Green Revolution Cooling (GRC)
  • HDR
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • HITEC Power Protection
  • HITT Contracting
  • Hoffman Construction
  • Holder Construction Group
  • Huawei Technologies
  • IBM
  • Infortrend technology
  • Inspur
  • Intel Technologies
  • Iron Mountain
  • Jacobs
  • JE Dunn Construction
  • Juniper Networks
  • KOHLER
  • Legrand
  • Lenovo
  • Linesight
  • M+W Group
  • Micron technology
  • Microsoft
  • MiTAC Holdings
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • Mortenson
  • Natron Energy
  • NetApp
  • Nimbus Data
  • Nlyte Software
  • Novva
  • NTT Global Data Centers
  • Pivot3
  • QNAP Systems
  • QTS Realty Trust
  • Quanta Cloud Technology
  • Rittal
  • Rogers-O’Brien Construction
  • Rolls-Royce Power Systems
  • Schneider Electric
  • STACK INFRASTRUCTURE
  • STO Building Group
  • STULZ
  • Supermicro
  • Switch
  • Synology
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • The Walsh Group
  • Toshiba
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • Tripp Lite
  • Turner Construction
  • Vantage Data Centers
  • Vertiv Group
  • Violin (Storcentric)
  • Western Digital
  • Wiwynn (Wistron Corporation)
  • Yanmar
  • ZincFive

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