Research and Markets: Central London and M25 Retail Colocation Market Structural Changes and Trends 2015

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r6pcbg/central_london) has announced the addition of the "Central London and M25 Retail Colocation Market Structural Changes and Trends 2015" report to their offering.

The aim of the 2015 edition of the this report is to update the reader on the significant changes that have taken place in the London and M25 retail colocation market over the last two years as well as provide our perspectives on the significant corporate activity of 2015.

This report is broken into three key sections:

1. Overview of the UK Colocation Industry

- Highlights the key markets in the UK being Central London, M25 and the regional colocation market

- Review of the significant changes in the supply mix across the entire UK retail colocation market from 2005 to 2015 and shift in market shares

- Discussion as to how the structure of the UK retail colocation marketplace is changing, evolving from a geographic focus to the massive growth in undifferentiated capacity and the value becoming apparent in key colocation ecosystems

- What has happened to retail colocation pricing over the past two years?

- What is the likely impact of the Equinix bid for Telecity on the market? Will the resulting Equicity market share raise the interest of regulators? Will the transaction make a similar impact as the Telecity bid for Redbus in 2006? What next for Interxion?

2. The Central London Retail Colocation Market

- The Market Overview section provides a detailed update on the state of the central London market covering key developments from all operators, including new entrants and the smaller central London operators

- An analysis of the situation with the Central London wholesale operators is provided

- Analysis of the announced future capacity additions to the market, from whom and when, what the total amount of potential supply equates to

- The report then looks at an estimate of what demand is in this market and puts the supply estimate into context, as well as providing further analysis of the threat posed by capacity around the M25

- Our review of LINX port distribution continues to emphasis the strength of key Central London colocation network ecosystem and our league table highlights our opinions on the strength of specific facilities.

- The review of colocation pricing in Central London shows how the picture has changed over the past few years and examines the price premium now attached to leading colocation ecosystems.

- Finally we also look at some longer term themes including product definitions and the outlook for pricing

3. The M25 Retail Colocation Market

- The report provides a review of source of retail colocation supply and summarises current capacity and pricing

- A detailed overview is given highlighting specific areas of growth around the M25 and activities by the key operators

- A contrast is provided comparing the market in the M25 with the Central London market, looking at market shares and network choice

- Retail colocation pricing in the M25 is examined including an analysis of recent price points and comparison of the convergence between retail and wholesale pricing

- We examine how operators are looking at service and focus to differentiate themselves in the market

Key Topics Covered:

1. Report Executive Summary

2. UK Colocation Market - Summary and Structural changes

3. 2015 Corporate Activity - the pending arrival of Equicity

4. The Central London Retail Colocation Market

5. The M25 Retail Colocation Market

6. Central London and M25 Report Summary

Companies Mentioned

- 4D Data Centres Ltd

- Ark Data Centres Ltd

- City Lifeline Data Centre Ltd

- Daisy Group Ltd

- Datum Datacentres Ltd

- Digital Realty Trust Inc

- Docklands Data Centre Ltd

- EuroHub Hosting Ltd

- Everest Data Centres

- Global Switch Holdings Ltd

- Gryon Internet Ltd

- IO Data Centers, LLC

- Infinity SDC Ltd

- Interxion Holding NV

- LDex Group Ltd

- Level3 Communications, LLC

- NTT Communications Corp

- Optimum Data Centres

- Pulsant Ltd

- Redcentric plc

- ServerChoice Ltd

- Telehouse Europe

- Telstra

- Telstra Ltd

- Virtus

- Virtus Data Centres Ltd

- Virtustream UK Ltd

- Volta Data Centres Ltd

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Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Telecommunications and Networks, Retail