DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ngm7v7/the_new_telco) has announced the addition of the "The New Telco Data Centre - Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre - 2014 to 2019" report to their offering.
The New Telco Data Centre - Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre - 2014 to 2019 report provides a survey of Data Centre facilities from 57 Telecoms Providers in 33 countries worldwide with 1,620 facilities in total. The report analyses the main products offered from the Data Centre, as well as key pricing and space trends. It provides a 5 year forecast for space and revenue from the end of 2014 to 2019 based on the 57 Telecoms Providers surveyed.
Although cloud pricing will remain under competitive pressure, the author forecasts that the growth in service volumes will outweigh the price declines over time.
Overall New Data Centre revenues are forecast by the author to increase by 28 per cent per annum over the 5 year period from the end of 2014 - from almost USD $3.1 billion per annum (2014) up to almost USD $7.5 billion per annum (2019).
Finally, the author also forecasts that New Data Centre space will increase from over 2.9 million square metres (2014) up to 3.7 million square metres (2019) - an increase of almost 6 per cent per annum (but from an already high installed base as space becomes more utilized over time).
Increasingly Telecom Providers will have a simple choice to make, whether to invest in their own Data Centre stock to cater for the range of SLAs, power and performance required by their customers or whether to outsource to other Data Centre specialists if they are to stay in the game of offering their own cloud services, she adds.
Key Topics Covered:
- The New Telco Data Centre
- The key services offered by the New Telco Data Centre
- Pricing the New Telco Data Centre
- The New Telco Data Centre Provider Profiles
- Conclusions to the New Telco Data Centre
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