The data center market in ANZ to grow at a CAGR of 8.29% during the period 2017-2021.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the data center market in ANZ for 2017-2021. To calculate the market size, the report considers data center investment organizations as a vendor for the overall market along with a list of vendors operating in individual segments, namely the IT infrastructure and power. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.
According to the report, one driver in market is growing construction of cloud data centers. Many CSPs construct cloud data centers that cost up to billions of dollars to offer cloud-based services to end-users and enterprises. These CSPs include AWS, Microsoft Azure, OVH and Google Cloud. In the data center market in ANZ, the number of SMEs is higher compared with large enterprises. These SMEs are also involved in the adoption of cloud-based services for their business operations.
One trend in market is construction of green data centers. The increase in carbon emissions and consumption of electricity by data centers worldwide is creating awareness about green data center facilities among enterprises. These facilities help in the operation of energy-efficient IT, power, and cooling infrastructure, reducing the electricity consumption and carbon footprint. Advanced technologies and strategies are implemented in a data center to improve its performance. Free cooling, use of renewable energy sources, consolidation, and waste recycling are some of the methodologies implemented in green data centers.
- Digital Realty
- Nextgen Group
- Spark Digital
- Global Switch
Other prominent vendors
- Amzon Web Services (AWS)
- Australian Data Centre
- Australian Pacific Data Centres (APDC)
- Canberra Data Centres
- Macquarie Telecom Group
- NTT Communications
- Polaris Data Centre
- Sungard Availability Services
- Verizon Enterprise
- Vocus Communications
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