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Data Centres Europe 5: New 2014 Study

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  • 131 Pages; 79 Figures & Charts
  • BroadGroup

In this update of the 2012 report, data centre markets across 18 Western European countries, key suppliers and industry issues have been analysed.

As well as comprehensive analyses of the 17 countries profiled in previous reports, Iceland is now also included.

The report analyses in detail the profiles of 10 pan-European players with detailed metrics and SWOT analyses. Sectors such as telcos and triple play providers are also assessed. Other key data centre operators and investors in the region are also analyzed, including Microsoft, Google and Amazon.

Key Features include:

  • Competitive strategies in the market, and critical success factors both for new and existing players
  • Critical impact of cloud on the market, and the opportunities and threats presented by cloud
  • Comprehensive analysis of current and future supply and demand issues

Key Questions answered:

  • Where is the demand in 2014 coming from?
  • Which vertical sectors?
  • How will this change in 2015?
  • How to meet the changing needs of such groups?
  • How to provide a solution to embrace their migration to cloud?

Overall the report is invaluable for companies engaged in the data centre sector and will provide forecast data to 2018 for 18 West European countries, broken down by segment, key current and expected future build. It also provides a unique comparison and rating of key data centre suppliers across a range of criteria.

Table of Contents

Executive summary

Definitions

Section 1 European data centre market overview

  • 1.1 Overview
  • 1.2 Country differences
  • 1.3 Demand drivers
  • 1.4 Potential barriers to growth
  • 1.5 Impact of cloud
  • 1.6 Impact of DCIM
  • 1.7 Impact of modular/prefabricated data centres
  • 1.8 Impact of new user segments and vertical markets
  • 1.9 Impact of other IT innovation

Section 2 Data centre locations

  • 2.1 Power costs and availability
  • 2.2 Telecoms
  • 2.3 Environmental, legal and other factors
  • 2.4 Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London and Paris
  • 2.5 New European Markets
  • 2.6 Rise of Scandinavian locations
  • 2.7 Conclusions

Section 3 Pan-European and Global players

  • 3.1 Data IV
  • 3.2 Digital Realty Trust
  • 3.3 Equinix
  • 3.4 e-shelter
  • 3.5 EvoSwitch
  • 3.6 Global Switch
  • 3.7 Infinity SDC
  • 3.8 Interxion
  • 3.9 TeleCityGroup
  • 3.10 Telehouse
  • 3.11 Telcos
  • 3.12 Amazon Web Services
  • 3.13 Facebook
  • 3.14 Google
  • 3.15 Microsoft
  • 3.16 Competitive positioning
  • 3.17 Why win and lose business
  • 3.18 How market structure will
  • change over next 2 years

Section 4 Market size and forecasts

  • 4.1 Overview
  • 4.2 Market segments
  • 4.3 Space
  • 4.4 Power
  • 4.5 Managed Services
  • 4.6 Pricing

Section 5 Country profiles

  • 5.1 Austria
  • 5.2 Belgium
  • 5.3 Denmark
  • 5.4 Finland
  • 5.5 France
  • 5.6 Germany
  • 5.7 Greece
  • 5.8 Iceland
  • 5.9 Ireland
  • 5.10 Italy
  • 5.11 Luxembourg
  • 5.12 Netherlands
  • 5.13 Norway
  • 5.14 Portugal
  • 5.15 Spain
  • 5.16 Sweden
  • 5.17 Switzerland
  • 5.18 UK
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