Colocation Services - North America and Europe - 2013
Analyst report by IMS Research, published on 6/28/2013
Operating and building data centers is increasingly complex and costly creating an enormous opportunity for leasing space, power, cooling and connectivity from wholesale and retail data center providers. IHS’ new report brings unprecedented detail to wholesale and retail (colocation) markets. This report has been developed in consultation with top vendors in North America and Europe to provide directly relevant market data. This includes analyses not just in revenue terms, but also space and power.
Content from the report is valuable several audiences. For wholesale and retail vendors the report will help set strategic targets, forecast future growth, and help identify M&A opportunities. Power and cooling infrastructure suppliers will gain insight into a growing customer segment that is increasing its buying power by the year.
Key Issues Addressed
- What is the size of the retail and wholesale data center markets in terms of customer load, as well as square meters and revenues?
- What is the penetration of colocation versus the total data center opportunity?
- What vertical market is the largest customer of wholesale and retail data center services? What group of customers will grow the fastest over the next five years?
Europe, North America, Texas, Intel, Yahoo, Stock, Austin, California, Virginia, New York, North Carolina, Washington, Illinois, New Jersey, Colorado, Oregon, United Kingdom, France, Russia, Turkey, Canada, Switzerland, Jersey, Italy, Spain, Colocation,
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