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Worldwide Data Center Market - Investment Prospects in 9 Regions and 51 Countries

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  • 328 Pages
  • July 2023
  • Region: Global
  • Arizton
  • ID: 5820219
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The worldwide data center market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.03% from 2022 to 2028.



KEY HIGHLIGHTS/ TRENDS

Adoption of Advanced IT Infrastructure

The data center market has witnessed several new trends in adopting IT infrastructure in data centers. Some trends include the adoption of ARM-based architecture, the adoption of NVMe storage devices, the adoption of converged and hyper-converged infrastructure, the adoption of 200/400 GbE ports, and others. ARM technology is also being adopted by cloud providers such as Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, and Oracle, which have been running ARM-based chips in their data centers. Some leading vendors that offer NVMe storage options include Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Hitachi Vantara, Dell Technologies, NetApp, IBM, and Pure Storage.

Focus On Improving the Sustainability of Data Centers

The increasing data center power consumption and the need to decrease carbon emissions have prompted many service providers to purchase clean, renewable energy sources to power their current and new facilities. There is a high interest in adopting renewable power sources among global and local data center operators. Also, many smaller operators are installing solar panels on the rooftops of their facilities to power the data centers.

Innovative and Sustainable Data Center Power Technologies

Several data center operators are upgrading their data centers from traditional technologies to new ones. Such new technologies will also help companies focus on sustainability in the data center market.

Some such innovations are as follows:

  • Adoption of advanced UPS batteries such as Lithium-ion, Nickle-Zinc, and Prussian Blue sodium-ion batteries replacing lead-acid batteries
  • Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDC) and AI in power monitoring
  • Microgrid adoption in data centers, majorly among hyperscalers
  • Floating data centers, underwater data centers, snow-cooled data centers, and boiling liquid for cooling data centers
  • Replacing diesel generators with natural gas, hydrogen fuel cells, & hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO).

Ai-Based Infrastructure Boosting Liquid Immersion and Direct-To-Chip Cooling Solutions

The liquid cooling will witness massive growth among data centers that deploy AI & ML workloads. These technologies require powerful computing capabilities for TPU, where the heat generated exceeds the cooling limit and thus demands superior efficiency to keep the chips working optimally. For instance, most upcoming data center facilities will include at least one data hall to support the deployment of advanced two-phase immersion cooling and direct-to-chip cooling solutions. Meta (Facebook) has announced its plan to pause several new and expansion projects across the U.S., as it wants to create a new AI design for the facilities.

Government Support to Develop Data Centers

Over the past few years, the data center market growth has been focused on countries offering tax incentives. Many state and local governments provide investments and sales tax incentives to attract operators. The U.S. is leading in providing tax incentives to data center operators. Several states in the U.S. provide tax incentives to data centers for investments, job opportunities, and compensation for employees. Several states in India have launched their own data center policies to attract investment and create a global hub for data center facilities. Some of the states in India that have announced their data center policies include Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, and Odisha.

Impact of Supply Chain Disruptions

Supply chain disruptions are a major challenge faced by data center developers recently. With the onset of COVID-19, supply chain disruptions increased, leading to a shortage of infrastructure such as power equipment, cooling infrastructure, chips, and other infrastructure. Also, political instability and disturbances between Russia and Ukraine led to a price hike in energy and fuel costs. One of the major shortages faced by operators was chip shortage, which led to a decline in the manufacturing of several infrastructures.

SEGMENTATION ANALYSIS

Facility Type

  • In 2022, over 31.5% of the overall power capacity addition in the global data center market was carried out by hyperscalers such as Meta (Facebook), Google, Microsoft, and Amazon Web Services.
  • The investment by hyperscalers such as AWS, Google, Meta (Facebook), and Microsoft are majorly concentrated in the US region. However, the operators are moving from the U.S. to the European and APAC regions.
  • The colocation operators are continuously expanding their presence across the existing markets and are also involved in entering several new markets.
  • Enterprise data center investments were identified to be mostly modular and on-premises worldwide. The majority of these projects support a capacity of < 250 kW. Telco edge deployments are likely to contribute to the growth of enterprise segments.

Data Center IT Infrastructure

  • The data center server market is witnessing high growth in high-density servers. The most adopted servers in the industry include rack and blade servers from vendors such as Cisco Systems, Intel, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard, Dell Technologies, IBM, and Lenovo.
  • The data center storage market is currently dominated by HDD adoption, with around two-thirds of the market adopting the technology, with key vendors such as Seagate Technology, Pure Storage, Western Digital, Toshiba, and others offering several storage infrastructures.

Data Center Electrical Infrastructure

  • The emergence of microgrids and on-site power generation systems has led to increased energy storage and sustainable energy, thereby leading to increased savings and improved resiliency.
  • Data center operators are focused on adopting advanced UPS batteries such as Lithium-ion, Nickle-Zinc, and Prussian Blue sodium-ion batteries. The adoption of Lithium-ion batteries is witnessing strong demand among operators.

Data Center Mechanical Infrastructure

  • In terms of cooling systems, free cooling techniques have grown significantly over the last few years across regions with favorable climatic conditions that can use evaporative/adiabatic coolers for data center cooling purposes.
  • 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 selection of cooling systems is based on the location, i.e., whether the climatic conditions favor free cooling and have abundant water resources.

Data Center General Construction Services

  • Apart from construction, installation, and commissioning services, data centers also invest in improving physical security, monitoring, and management of facilities through data center infrastructure management (DCIM) on a real-time basis.
  • The average general construction cost across the U.S. in 2022 was between USD 8 and USD 9 million per MW. However, the cost might change based on locations, increases in commodity price, inflation, and supply chain constraints.

GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

Americas Region

  • The availability of tax incentives, free cooling solutions, renewable energy, and low cost of industrial land and power will drive operators to invest in the Americas region.
  • The Americas region is among the world's most mature data center markets. The North American region, which includes the U.S. and Canada, leads the market in terms of investment, white floor addition, and power capacity addition.

European Region

  • Data protection laws such as the implementation of GDPR, availability of free cooling solutions, district heating systems, availability of renewable energy, and others are among the major factors that will attract operators to invest in the European region.

Middle East & Africa (MEA) Region

  • Increased internet & social media penetration, digitalization initiatives, migration from on-premise to cloud, colocation, and managed services are among the factors driving the data center market in the MEA region.
  • The UAE and Saudi Arabia are the top destinations for the data center market in the Middle East region. Gulf Data Hub and Khazna Data Centers are among the top colocation operators investing in the market.

APAC Region

  • The APAC region is among the world's most dynamic and fastest-growing data center markets. The region has established and developed markets such as China, Australia, Japan, and Singapore.
  • India is likely to be among the top destinations for the data center market in the APAC region owing to the deployment of 5G and the surge in internet & social media penetration aided by several digitalization initiatives.

VENDOR LANDSCAPE

Data Center IT Infrastructure Providers

  • Vendors such as Arista Networks, Cisco Systems, Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, Huawei Technologies, NetApp, Lenovo, and others are among the top IT infrastructure providers in the global data center market.
  • The IT infrastructure market has changed over the last few years, with the increased construction of self-built data centers by hyperscale operators and expansions and new projects by colocation operators.

Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers

  • Vendors such as Schneider Electric, Rittal, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Delta Power Solutions provide infrastructure based on OCP design in the global data center market. This will aid in market revenue growth for these vendors, as many organizations prefer solutions such as 48V DC UPS systems.

Data Center Construction Contractors

  • The surge in data center activities worldwide will be a major source of revenue for construction contractors. Some prominent construction contractors include AECOM, Arup, Corgan, DPR Construction, Fortis Construction, Holder Construction, Jacobs, Turner Construction, Syska Hennessy Group, RED Engineering, and Turner & Townsend.

Data Center Investors/Operators

  • The major hyperscale operators investing in the data center market include Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, Meta (Facebook), and Google.
  • The major colocation operators that are active in the data center market include Equinix, Digital Realty, Switch, QTS Realty Trust, Iron Mountain, DataBank, Vantage Data Centers, CyrusOne, NTT Global Data Centers, Compass Datacenters, and others.

KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED:

1. How big is the data center market worldwide?
2. What is the growth rate of the global data center market?
3. What is the estimated market size in terms of area in the global data center market by 2028?
4. What are the key trends in the data center market?
5. How many MW of power capacity is expected to reach the global data center market by 2028?

Table of Contents

1. About the Publisher2. About Our Data Center Capabilities3. What's Included4. Segments Included5. Research Methodology6. Market at Glance7. Premium Insights
8. Investment Opportunities
8.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast
8.2. Area: Market Size & Forecast
8.3. Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
9. Market Dynamics
9.1. Market Opportunities & Trends
9.2. Market Growth Enablers
9.3. Market Restraints
9.4. Site Selection Criteria
10. Facility Type Segmentation
10.1. Hyperscale Data Centers
10.2. Colocation Data Centers
10.3. Enterprise Data Centers
11. Infrastructure Segmentation
11.1. It Infrastructure
11.2. Electrical Infrastructure
11.3. Mechanical Infrastructure
11.4. Cooling Systems
11.5. Cooling Techniques
11.6. General Construction
12. Tier Standards Segmentation13. Geography Segmentation
14. North America
14.1. Market Snapshot & Key Highlights
14.2. Data Center Market by Investment
14.3. Data Center Market by Infrastructure
14.4. Data Center Market by Area
14.5. Data Center Market by Power Capacity
14.6. Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure
14.7. Data Center Market by It Infrastructure
15. Us
15.1. Key Investors & Investments
15.2. Market by Investment
15.3. Key Area of Development and Ftzs
15.4. Market by Area
15.5. Power Capacity & Renewable Energy Adoption
15.6. Market by Power Capacity
15.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
15.8. Market by Infrastructure
16. Canada
16.1. Key Highlights & Investments
16.2. Market by Investment
16.3. Key Highlights & Land Pricing
16.4. Market by Area
16.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
16.6. Market by Power Capacity
16.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
16.8. Market by Infrastructure
17. Latin America
17.1. Market Snapshot & Key Highlights
17.2. Data Center Market by Investment
17.3. Data Center Market by Infrastructure
17.4. Data Center Market by Area
17.5. Data Center Market by Power Capacity
17.6. Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure
17.7. Data Center Market by It Infrastructure
18. Brazil
18.1. Key Investors & Investments
18.2. Market by Investment
18.3. Key Sezs, Developments and Land Pricing
18.4. Market by Area
18.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
18.6. Market by Power Capacity
18.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
18.8. Market by Infrastructure
19. Mexico
19.1. Key Highlights & Investments
19.2. Market by Investment
19.3. Key Development and Land Pricing
19.4. Market by Area
19.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
19.6. Market by Power Capacity
19.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
19.8. Market by Infrastructure
20. Chile
20.1. Key Investors & Investments
20.2. Market by Investment
20.3. Key Development and Key Sezs
20.4. Market by Area
20.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
20.6. Market by Power Capacity
20.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
20.8. Market by Infrastructure
21. Colombia
21.1. Key Investors & Investments
21.2. Market by Investment
21.3. Key Sezs and Investment Cost
21.4. Market by Area
21.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
21.6. Market by Power Capacity
21.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
21.8. Market by Infrastructure
22. Rest of Latin America
22.1. Key Investors & Investments
22.2. Market by Investment
22.3. Key Sezs, Land Acquisition & Development
22.4. Market by Area
22.5. Power Capacity Addition & Renewable Energy Adoption
22.6. Market by Power Capacity
22.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
22.8. Market by Infrastructure
23. Western Europe
23.1. Market Snapshot & Key Highlights
23.2. Data Center Market by Investment
23.3. Data Center Market by Infrastructure
23.4. Data Center Market by Area
23.5. Data Center Market by Power Capacity
23.6. Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure
23.7. Data Center Market by It Infrastructure
24. Uk
24.1. Key Investors & Investments
24.2. Market by Investment
24.3. Key Development, Sezs and Investment Cost
24.4. Market by Area
24.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
24.6. Market by Power Capacity
24.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
24.8. Market by Infrastructure
25. Germany
25.1. Key Investors & Investments
25.2. Market by Investment
25.3. Key Development, Sezs and Investment Cost
25.4. Market by Area
25.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
25.6. Market by Power Capacity
25.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
25.8. Market by Infrastructure
26. France
26.1. Key Investors & Investments
26.2. Market by Investment
26.3. Key Area, Land Pricing & Investment Cost
26.4. Market by Area
26.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
26.6. Market by Power Capacity
26.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
26.8. Market by Infrastructure
27. Netherlands
27.1. Key Investors & Investments
27.2. Market by Investment
27.3. Key Area Development & Land Pricing
27.4. Market by Area
27.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
27.6. Market by Power Capacity
27.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
27.8. Market by Infrastructure
28. Ireland
28.1. Key Investors & Investments
28.2. Market by Investment
28.3. Key Sezs, Investment Cost & Development
28.4. Market by Area
28.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
28.6. Market by Power Capacity
28.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
28.8. Market by Infrastructure
29. Italy
29.1. Key Investors & Investments
29.2. Market by Investment
29.3. Key Sezs & Area Development
29.4. Market by Area
29.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
29.6. Market by Power Capacity
29.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
29.8. Market by Infrastructure
30. Spain
30.1. Key Investors & Investments
30.2. Market by Investment
30.3. Key Sezs, Land Development & Investment Cost
30.4. Market by Area
30.5. Power Addition & Renewable Energy Adoption
30.6. Market by Power Capacity
30.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
30.8. Market by Infrastructure
31. Switzerland
31.1. Key Investors & Investments
31.2. Market by Investment
31.3. Key Area Development and Investment Cost
31.4. Market by Area
31.5. Power Addition & Renewable Energy Adoption
31.6. Market by Power Capacity
31.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
31.8. Market by Infrastructure
32. Belgium
32.1. Key Investors & Investments
32.2. Market by Investment
32.3. Key Area Development & Land Pricing
32.4. Market by Area
32.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
32.6. Market by Power Capacity
32.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
32.8. Market by Infrastructure
33. Portugal
33.1. Key Investors & Investments
33.2. Market by Investment
33.3. Key Sezs & Area Development
33.4. Market by Area
33.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
33.6. Market by Power Capacity
33.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
33.8. Market by Infrastructure
34. Other Western European Countries
34.1. Key Investors & Investments
34.2. Market by Investment
34.3. Key Area Development
34.4. Market by Area
34.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
34.6. Market by Power Capacity
34.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
34.8. Market by Infrastructure
35. Nordics
35.1. Market Snapshot & Key Highlights
35.2. Data Center Market by Investment
35.3. Data Center Market by Infrastructure
35.4. Data Center Market by Area
35.5. Data Center Market by Power Capacity
35.6. Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure
35.7. Data Center Market by It Infrastructure
36. Denmark
36.1. Key Highlights & Investments
36.2. Market by Investment
36.3. Key Land Development & Land Pricing
36.4. Market by Area
36.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
36.6. Market by Power Capacity
36.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
36.8. Market by Infrastructure
37. Sweden
37.1. Key Investors & Investments
37.2. Market by Investment
37.3. Key Highlights & Investment Cost
37.4. Market by Area
37.5. Ppa & Renewable Energy Adoption
37.6. Market by Power Capacity
37.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
37.8. Market by Infrastructure
38. Norway
38.1. Key Highlights & Investments
38.2. Market by Investment
38.3. Key Highlights
38.4. Market by Area
38.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
38.6. Market by Power Capacity
38.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
38.8. Market by Infrastructure
39. Finland & Iceland
39.1. Key Investors & Investments
39.2. Market by Investment
39.3. Key Area & Development
39.4. Market by Area
39.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
39.6. Market by Power Capacity
39.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
39.8. Market by Infrastructure
40. Central & Eastern Europe
40.1. Market Snapshot & Key Highlights
40.2. Data Center Market by Investment
40.3. Data Center Market by Infrastructure
40.4. Data Center Market by Area
40.5. Data Center Market by Power Capacity
40.6. Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure
40.7. Data Center Markey by It Infrastructure
41. Russia
41.1. Key Investors & Investments
41.2. Market by Investment
41.3. Key Sezs & Land Development
41.4. Market by Area
41.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
41.6. Market by Power Capacity
41.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
41.8. Market by Infrastructure
42. Poland
42.1. Key Investors & Investments
42.2. Market by Investment
42.3. Key Sezs & Land Development
42.4. Market by Area
42.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
42.6. Market by Power Capacity
42.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
42.8. Market by Infrastructure
43. Austria
43.1. Key Investors & Investments
43.2. Market by Investment
43.3. Key Sezs & Land Development
43.4. Market by Area
43.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
43.6. Market by Power Capacity
43.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
43.8. Market by Infrastructure
44. Czech Republic
44.1. Key Investors & Investments
44.2. Market by Investment
44.3. Key Sezs, Land Acquisition & Land Pricing
44.4. Market by Area
44.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
44.6. Market by Power Capacity
44.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
44.8. Market by Infrastructure
45. Other Central & Eastern European Countries
45.1. Key Investors & Investments
45.2. Market by Investment
45.3. Key Area Development
45.4. Market by Area
45.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
45.6. Market by Power Capacity
45.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
45.8. Market by Infrastructure
46. Middle East
46.1. Market Snapshot & Key Highlights
46.2. Data Center Market by Investment
46.3. Data Center Market by Infrastructure
46.4. Data Center Market by Area
46.5. Data Center Market by Power Capacity
46.6. Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure
46.7. Data Center Market by It Infrastructure
47. Uae
47.1. Key Investors & Investments
47.2. Market by Investment
47.3. Key Sezs, Highlights & Land Pricing
47.4. Market by Area
47.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
47.6. Market by Power Capacity
47.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
47.8. Market by Infrastructure
48. Saudi Arabia
48.1. Key Investors & Investments
48.2. Market by Investment
48.3. Key Sezs & Highlights
48.4. Market by Area
48.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
48.6. Market by Power Capacity
48.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
48.8. Market by Infrastructure
49. Israel
49.1. Key Investors & Investments
49.2. Market by Investment
49.3. Key Highlights
49.4. Market by Area
49.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
49.6. Market by Power Capacity
49.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
49.8. Market by Infrastructure
50. Oman
50.1. Key Investors & Investments
50.2. Market by Investment
50.3. Key Sezs & Area Development
50.4. Market by Area
50.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
50.6. Market by Power Capacity
50.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
50.8. Market by Infrastructure
51. Kuwait
51.1. Key Investors & Investments
51.2. Market by Investment
51.3. Key Sezs, Development & Highlights
51.4. Market by Area
51.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
51.6. Market by Power Capacity
51.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
51.8. Market by Infrastructure
52. Qatar
52.1. Key Investors & Investments
52.2. Market by Investment
52.3. Key Sezs, Development & Land Pricing
52.4. Market by Area
52.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
52.6. Market by Power Capacity
52.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
52.8. Market by Infrastructure
53. Bahrain
53.1. Key Investors & Investments
53.2. Market by Investment
53.3. Key Sezs & Land Development
53.4. Market by Area
53.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
53.6. Market by Power Capacity
53.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
53.8. Market by Infrastructure
54. Jordan
54.1. Key Investors & Investments
54.2. Market by Investment
54.3. Key Sezs and Land Development
54.4. Market by Area
54.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
54.6. Market by Power Capacity
54.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
54.8. Market by Infrastructure
55. Other Miiddle Eastern Countries
55.1. Key Investors & Investments
55.2. Market by Investment
55.3. Key Sezs
55.4. Market by Area
55.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
55.6. Market by Power Capacity
55.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
55.8. Market by Infrastructure
56. Africa
56.1. Market Snapshot & Key Highlights
56.2. Data Center Market by Investment
56.3. Data Center Market by Infrastructure
56.4. Data Center Market by Area
56.5. Data Center Market by Power Capacity
56.6. Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure
56.7. Data Center Market by It Infrastructure
57. South Africa
57.1. Key Investors & Investments
57.2. Market by Investment
57.3. Key Area, Investment Cost & Land Pricing
57.4. Market by Area
57.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
57.6. Market by Power Capacity
57.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
57.8. Market by Infrastructure
58. Kenya
58.1. Key Investors & Investments
58.2. Market by Investment
58.3. Key Sezs, Investment Cost & Land Pricing
58.4. Market by Area
58.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
58.6. Market by Power Capacity
58.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
58.8. Market by Infrastructure
59. Nigeria
59.1. Key Investors & Investments
59.2. Market by Investment
59.3. Key Sezs & Land Acquisition
59.4. Market by Area
59.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
59.6. Market by Power Capacity
59.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
59.8. Market by Infrastructure
60. Egypt
60.1. Key Investors & Investments
60.2. Market by Investment
60.3. Key Area, Investment Cost & Land Pricing
60.4. Market by Area
60.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
60.6. Market by Power Capacity
60.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
60.8. Market by Infrastructure
61. Ethiopia
61.1. Key Investors & Investments
61.2. Market by Investment
61.3. Key Area & Land Acquisition
61.4. Market by Area
61.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
61.6. Market by Power Capacity
61.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
61.8. Market by Infrastructure
62. Other African Countries
62.1. Key Investors & Investments
62.2. Market by Investment
62.3. Key Sezs & Land Development
62.4. Market by Area
62.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
62.6. Market by Power Capacity
62.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
62.8. Market by Infrastructure
63. Apac
63.1. Market Snapshot & Key Highlights
63.2. Data Center Market by Investment
63.3. Data Center Market by Infrastructure
63.4. Data Center Market by Area
63.5. Data Center Market by Power Capacity
63.6. Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure
63.7. Data Center Market by It Infrastructure
64. China
64.1. Key Investors & Investments
64.2. Market by Investment
64.3. Key Sezs
64.4. Market by Area
64.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
64.6. Market by Power Capacity
64.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
64.8. Market by Infrastructure
65. Hong Kong
65.1. Key Investors & Investments
65.2. Market by Investment
65.3. Key Highlights & Land Pricing
65.4. Market by Area
65.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
65.6. Market by Power Capacity
65.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
65.8. Market by Infrastructure
66. Australia
66.1. Key Investors & Investments
66.2. Market by Investment
66.3. Key Area & Land Pricing
66.4. Market by Area
66.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
66.6. Market by Power Capacity
66.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
66.8. Market by Infrastructure
67. New Zealand
67.1. Key Investors & Investments
67.2. Market by Investment
67.3. Key Area & Land Pricing
67.4. Market by Area
67.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
67.6. Market by Power Capacity
67.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
67.8. Market by Infrastructure
68. India
68.1. Key Investors & Investments
68.2. Market by Investment
68.3. Key Highlights & Land Acquisitions
68.4. Market by Area
68.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
68.6. Market by Power Capacity
68.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
68.8. Market by Infrastructure
69. Japan
69.1. Key Investors & Investments
69.2. Market by Investment
69.3. Key Development, Land Acquisition & Investment Cost
69.4. Market by Area
69.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
69.6. Market by Power Capacity
69.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
69.8. Market by Infrastructure
70. South Korea
70.1. Key Investors & Investments
70.2. Market by Investment
70.3. Key Area Development, Fezs & Land Pricing
70.4. Market by Area
70.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
70.6. Market by Power Capacity
70.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
70.8. Market by Infrastructure
71. Taiwan
71.1. Key Investors & Investments
71.2. Market by Investment
71.3. Key Highlights & Industrial Park
71.4. Market by Area
71.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
71.6. Market by Power Capacity
71.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
71.8. Market by Infrastructure
72. Rest of Apac
72.1. Key Investors & Investments
72.2. Market by Investment
72.3. Key Highlights & Development
72.4. Market by Area
72.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
72.6. Market by Power Capacity
72.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
72.8. Market by Infrastructure
73. Southeast Asia
73.1. Market Snapshot & Key Highlights
73.2. Data Center Market by Investment
73.3. Data Center Market by Infrastructure
73.4. Data Center Market by Area
73.5. Data Center Market by Power Capacity
73.6. Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure
73.7. Data Center Market by It Infrastructure
74. Singapore
74.1. Key Investors & Investments
74.2. Market by Investment
74.3. Key Ftzs & Land Pricing
74.4. Market by Area
74.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
74.6. Market by Power Capacity
74.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
74.8. Market by Infrastructure
75. Indonesia
75.1. Key Investors & Investments
75.2. Market by Investment
75.3. Key Ftzs & Investment Cost
75.4. Market by Area
75.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
75.6. Market by Power Capacity
75.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
75.8. Market by Infrastructure
76. Malaysia
76.1. Key Investors & Investments
76.2. Market by Investment
76.3. Key Ftzs, Area Development & Land Pricing
76.4. Market by Area
76.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
76.6. Market by Power Capacity
76.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
76.8. Market by Infrastructure
77. Thailand
77.1. Key Investors & Investments
77.2. Market by Investment
77.3. Key Land Pricing & Area Development
77.4. Market by Area
77.5. Power Pricing & Power Addition
77.6. Market by Power Capacity
77.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
77.8. Market by Infrastructure
78. Philippines
78.1. Key Investors & Investments
78.2. Market by Investment
78.3. Key Ftzs & Highlights
78.4. Market by Area
78.5. Power Pricing & Renewable Energy Adoption
78.6. Market by Power Capacity
78.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
78.8. Market by Infrastructure
79. Vietnam
79.1. Key Investors & Investments
79.2. Market by Investment
79.3. Key Ftzs & Land Pricing
79.4. Market by Area
79.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
79.6. Market by Power Capacity
79.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
79.8. Market by Infrastructure
80. Rest of Southeast Asia
80.1. Key Investors & Investments
80.2. Market by Investment
80.3. Key Area Development
80.4. Market by Area
80.5. Renewable Energy Adoption
80.6. Market by Power Capacity
80.7. Key Support Infrastructure Adoption
80.8. Market by Infrastructure
81. Market Participants
81.1. It Infrastructure Providers
81.2. Support Infrastructure Providers
81.3. Data Center Contractors & Subcontractors
81.4. Data Center Investors
81.5. New Entrants
82. Quantitative Summary
83. Appendix
83.1. Abbreviations
83.2. Definitions
83.3. Segmental Coverage

Companies Mentioned

  • Arista Networks
  • Cisco Systems
  • Dell Technologies
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • IBM
  • Huawei Technologies
  • NetApp
  • Lenovo
  • Schneider Electric
  • Rittal
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • and Delta Power Solutions
  • AECOM
  • Arup
  • Corgan
  • DPR Construction
  • Fortis Construction
  • Holder Construction
  • Jacobs
  • Turner Construction
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • RED Engineering
  • Turner & Townsend
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Microsoft
  • Meta (Facebook)
  • Google

Methodology


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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