Market Research Report
Data Centre Europe - 2021 to 2025
|Published by||Tariff Consultancy Ltd.||Product code||986070|
|Published||Content info||194 Pages; 190 Charts & Tables
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
|Data Centre Europe - 2021 to 2025|
|Published: January 28, 2021||Content info: 194 Pages; 190 Charts & Tables||
Datacentrepricing forecasts a 46% Growth in European Data Centre Revenues and a 53% Growth in Public Cloud Revenues.
This report covers 17 European Countries, 650 Data Centre providers and ove 1,300 Data Centre Facilities.
‘The 2021 Data Centre European Report’ provides forecasts for third-party Data Centre Space, third-party Data Centre Power, Data Centre Revenues and Public Cloud to the beginning of 2025 and provides profiles of the key Data Centre Providers in each of the 17 markets.
From the new Data Centre Landscape research, DCP has highlighted the following trends:
Each of the Data Centre market is continuing to grow despite the increase in Public Cloud services suggesting that the services are broadly complementary. Data Centre Providers report that cloud services are becoming a key customer segment, accounting for up to 30 per cent of their revenues. Increasingly European enterprises are pursuing a hybrid cloud strategy and are interconnecting via a Data Centre to enable a mix of cloud and colocation services - providing an uplift in revenues to both the Cloud and the Data Centre Provider.
The Data Centre Landscape highlights the new investment that is being made in Europe, in particular by US Data Centre entrants including CyrusOne, QTS, ServerChoice, Iron Mountain and Vantage Data Centers. These new entrants are introducing new campus Data Centres with Vantage Data Centers developing campus facilities in Berlin, Frankfurt, Milan, Warsaw and Zurich.