DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Data Center Colocation Market in APAC - Industry Outlook and Forecast 2019-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The APAC data center colocation market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 8% during the period 2018-2024.
The increased investment from global and local operators is driving the APAC colocation market.
The region has and will be a preferred one for cloud service and global colocation providers. The increasing adoption of high-performance infrastructure is likely to revolutionize the APAC colocation market. Factors such as increased demand for cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), and big data analytics solutions, especially from BFSI, healthcare, government, and heavy industries is contributing to the growth. Several enterprises are involved in the procurement of high-performance computing (HPC) systems to process complex application workloads involving machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI).
Market Growth Enablers
- Increasing Interest to Open Cloud Regions in APAC
- Increase in Colocation Investment to Boost Service Growth
- Increasing Demand for Green Data Centers
- Tax Incentives to Boost Hyperscale Data Center Deployment
Market Growth Restraints
- Power Outages & Reliability Challenges
- Budget Constraints Limiting Operations of Efficient Data Centers
- Restrictions on Data Center Design
- Land Scarcity Obstructs Data Center Growth
- Prefabricated & Self-build Data Centers Hinder Colocation Services
Market Opportunities & Trends
- High Emphasis on Renewable Energy Procurement
- Increase in Submarine Fiber Cable Deployment
- 5G Deployment Across APAC Region
- Rising Adoption of High-performance Infrastructure & Rack Power Density
The growing adoption of converged and hyper-converged solutions and virtualization is likely to boost the rack power density to an average of 8-10kW during the forecast period. Leading operators are developing innovative designs that can support the growth of the rack power density and meet dynamic consumer demands over the next few years. The integration of facilities with power and cooling infrastructure that supports rack density up to 40 kW and liquid immersion cooling that support density up to 200 kW will transform the APAC colocation market.
APAC Data Center Colocation Market: Segmentation
This research report includes detailed segmentation by electrical infrastructure, mechanical infrastructure, general construction, colocation services, cooling systems, and geography.
The APAC generators market will continue to grow because of the increased construction of large and mega facilities in the region. The adoption of Diesel Rotary Uninterruptible Power Supply (DRUPS) systems is popular in the region as they combine both battery and flywheel UPS systems and a diesel generator to provide backup power during outages. The adoption of single-phase lithium-ion UPS systems is expected to increase in the modular data center development as these systems can provide significant benefits to reduce OPEX for service providers. Vendors are also continuously coming up with innovative UPS solutions to increase efficiency.
A majority of the data centers are adopting a combination of air and water-based cooling techniques to cool down the facility.
Facilities in Shanghai are equipped with chilled water CRAC units and use energy-efficient free cooling techniques with redundant units. Some cities in China can facilitate free cooling for over 5,000 hours annually. The growth in the data center construction market in APAC will aid in the development of facilities that comprise multiple chillers, cooling towers, and CRAH units with N+N redundant configuration. Data centers are also designed with hot/cold aisle containment systems and equipped with a rack size of 42U. 42U rack units are the most commonly used ones, and they are expected to dominate the market during the forecast period. However, the market for rack units with a size of 45-48U is expected to witness growth during the forecast period. Data centers in Southeast Asia are designed to cool servers through water-based cooling techniques.
The high demand for hyperscale services is driving the market share of the building development segment.
China is considered as one of the favorable site selections for the construction of multiple hyperscale facilities. The country offers an abundant land area and favorable climatic conditions, which are likely to attract investors to build their facilities during the forecast period. Beijing and Shanghai are the leading centers for data center operations. However, a majority of development is likely to be built in rural areas during the forecast period. Australia is witnessing an increase in the construction of Greenfield projects. Some of the major cities where greenfield developments to increase includes Perth, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney. Taylor Group and Benmax Group are among the major key players providing construction services in Australia.
The retail colocation segment continues to dominate the APAC market.
In 2018, wholesale colocation services witnessed a high uptake among large enterprise businesses and cloud providers. The market will continue to gain traction during the forecast period on account of the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data technology among industries. Retail colocation services are likely to grow as several enterprises in Southeast Asia are shifting from traditional server room infrastructure to data centers. However, the adoption of in-house prefabricated solutions by enterprises and government agencies in the region is likely to pose a challenge to the retail colocation market.
Wholesale services are estimated to experience increased adoption during the forecast period.
With the increased construction of wholesale colocation space in China, Hong Kong, Australia, Singapore, Japan, and India, service providers offer customized wholesale colocation solutions, where the pre-leased customer can work with the service provider to design and develop the facility according to the customer's IT infrastructure operational requirement. Moreover, the development of multiple mega and hyperscale projects across the region is increasing, supporting wholesale colocation demand.
Market Segmentation by Investment
- Electrical Infrastructure
- Mechanical Infrastructure
- General Construction
- Power Capacity
Market Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure
- UPS Systems
- Rack PDUs
- Transfer Switches and Switchgears
Market Segmentation by Mechanical Infrastructure
- Cooling Systems
- Other Mechanical Infrastructure
Market Segmentation by General Construction
- Building Development
- Installation & Commissioning Services
- Building Design
- Physical Security
- Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)
Market Segmentation by Services Types
China & Hong Kong are the major destinations in the APAC region. The increasing demand for cloud, IoT, and Big data and other advanced technology services among enterprise business is leading the development of facilities in the region. The data center colocation market in Australia and New Zealand is growing at a considerable rate. However, the Australia market is witnessing higher investments from data center providers than New Zealand. The increasing adoption of renewable energy is expected to drive investment in Australia.
The data center market in India is gaining traction due to the increase in the adoption of cloud-based services, IoT devices, big data, and artificial intelligence, and other advanced technologies. Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam are major countries in the colocation markets in Southeast Asia. Singapore is a strong hub in Southeast Asia with the increasing number of the internet, cloud, telecommunications, and colocation service providers operating their facilities. The rise in submarine cable investments such as SEA-ME-WE 5, Trident Subsea Cable, Australia Singapore Cable, Indigo Cable System, and Indonesia Global Gateway Project will have high impact on growth during the forecast period.
Key Vendor Analysis
The APAC data center colocation market witnessed an investment of around $4 billion through new and under construction facilities in January 2018. APAC countries have reflected the incredible development trajectory over the previous few years, and the region is expected to attract more investment during the forecast period. GDS Services, NTT Communications are the major investors. Equinix, Tecent, Global Switch, and Digital Realty invested over $200 million in the data center development in the APAC region.
The market also witnessed an increased investment from players such as NEXT DC, CtrlS, Keppel Data Centers, ST Telemedia, CyrusOne, ST Telemedia, and Sify Technologies. Leading cloud service providers are partnering with colocation providers to open cloud regions in APAC countries. This trend will continue during the forecast period and is likely to become competitive in terms of operations by 2024. In addition, Colt DCS, a leading colocation service provider is coming up with its new hyperscale facility in Mumbai, India with an estimated investment of around $300 million.
INET (Thailand), VADS BERHAD (Malaysia), and AirTrunk (Australia & Singapore) are developing mega facilities in the APAC region. ST Telemedia invested in Defu 2 facility in Singapore, and DCI Indonesia is also expanding its presence in the region. Modular service developers are like to focus on APAC. Huawei is a leading modular service provider in the region. Huawei, along with Keppel Data Centers, is investing in Singapore facility.
Key Market Insights include:
- The report provides the following insights into the APAC data center colocation market for the forecast period 2019-2024.
- It offers comprehensive insights into current industry trends, trend forecasts, and growth drivers about the APAC data center colocation market.
- The report provides the latest analysis of share, growth drivers, challenges, and investment opportunities.
- It offers a complete overview of segments and the regional outlook of the APAC data center colocation market.
- The report offers a detailed overview of the vendor landscape, competitive analysis, and key strategies to gain a competitive advantage.
Key Company Profiles
- China Telecom Global
- Digital Realty
- GDS Holdings
- Global Switch
- NTT Communications
Other Prominent Vendors
- 21Vianet (Century Internet Data Center)
- AIMS Data Centre
- Bharti Airtel (NXTRA DATA)
- Biznet Data Center
- Bridge Data Centres
- Canberra Data Centres
- China Mobile
- China Unicom
- CMC Telecom
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