Market Research Report
Data Center Support Infrastructure
|Published by||Global Industry Analysts, Inc.||Product code||901977|
|Published||Content info||384 Pages
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
|Data Center Support Infrastructure|
|Published: September 1, 2020||Content info: 384 Pages||
From Data Lakes to Data Oceans, Data Tonnage Challenge Continues to Grow. Data Center Support Infrastructure to Reach $81.6 Billion
The global market for Data Center Support Infrastructure is projected to reach US$81.6 billion by the year 2025, trailing a CAGR of9.4% over the analysis period 2018 to 2025. As the centralized computer centers of businesses designed to store, archive, manage and disseminate information and data, data centers in the modern digital information-driven world continue to grow in importance. The growing significance of data centers for business operations can be put into perspective by the fact that these centers house all critical operational, business and customer related data and information of businesses. The Internet's impact on data centers is also significant, triggering a data explosion as a result of faster, quicker, denser, and increased volume of transactions. Consequently, data centers are becoming increasingly large, presenting them as the Hummers of the information age.
Data center traffic in general continues to account for a substantial share of the overall Internet traffic, and is expected to continue doing so in the coming years. The difference is that the nature of data center traffic is being terra formed by the advent of cloud-based applications, infrastructure and services. Cloud data centers represent a major share of the total data center workload, with the remaining workload being processed by traditional data centers. Cloud data centers adoption continues to grow due to the promise of faster data and service delivery, enhanced operational efficiencies, and improved application performance. Despite sustained concerns about integration with existing IT environments and security issues, cloud data centers continue to find favor among customers. The capacity of data centers, in terms of floor space, also continues to increase. With cloud-based companies continuing to grow, there is greater demand for improved data storage methods. This is in turn driving efforts to expand data center infrastructure through new capacity additions. With rapid growth being witnessed in global data center market in terms of IP traffic, there is considerable rise in need for data center infrastructure that supports operations of the data centers.
Among the various data center power solutions, generators are rising in demand due to their ability to offer longer backup for data center facilities. Demand for UPS systems is also growing due to the surging implementation of cloud computing. The market is witnessing the advent of intelligent power distribution units (PDUs) that are equipped with advanced capabilities. Since such intelligent PDUs come with environment sensors, there is greater ability for effective use of data center cooling resources. Intelligent PDUs also help in offering circuit breakers through real time metering, which assists in distribution of high voltage in high density installations. In the coming years, the growing rise in need for power monitoring at data centers will continue to spur demand for intelligent PDUs, which will fuel demand for data center power solutions.
Competitors identified in this market include, among others,