Published: March 2017. 53 pages. 34 Tables and Charts. 24 Player Profiles
First assessment of the Polish data centre market, discussing players, power, connectivity, drivers, pricing, outlook and forecasts.
Third party data centres in Poland now approach almost 80k m2 in total capacity which compares favourably with elsewhere and already exceeds the capacity in Finland.
Poland is rich in dark fibre, having been the beneficiary of tremendous EU investment over the past five years, and a ramp up in data centre space and connectivity. Although progress has been to an extent exceptional especially in the Katowice-Krakow corridor in the south of the country, and Warsaw-Frankfurt is one of the largest traffic routes, data centre development remains hampered by several principal challenges.
Most emanate from the government itself, in that as operators interviewed for the new BroadGroup report, Data Centres Poland stated, there is a lack of initiatives to promote data centres, both internally and internationally. Despite its size, the market is actually very fragmented with low adoption levels of cloud outsourcing by local enterprises.
Another critical factor is a concentration on outdated energy sources and an inadequate delivery network. With little medium term prospect for renewable energy, Poland’s otherwise competitive positioning will be impacted.
Yet new and important demand factors are present in the market, and there is a healthy level of investment in IT estate by overseas enterprises present in Poland.
The report covers 26 data centre operators in Poland, with Polcom, ATM S.A. and Beyond.pl among the largest players.
The BroadGroup report suggests that growth will be sustained, nevertheless expansion will be constrained will to an extent by the factors indicated.
The report assesses data centre players, power, connectivity, drivers, pricing, and provides an outlook and forecasts for m2 and MW through to end 2018..
2.Poland advantages as an outsourcing destination
3. Local Demand
3.1 Local Data Centre third party outsourcing
3.2 Local Demand Factors
4.1 Polarized supply
4.2 Reliance on Coal Power
4.3 Renewable Energy
4.4. Future Plans
4.5 Future Energy and Data Centres
4.6 Energy Pricing
5. Data Centre Player Profiles
5.3 ATM S.A.
5.4 Asseco Data Systems
5.10 GTS Central Europe
5.21 Equinix Poland
5.24 Colocation Radom.pl (formerly WebDev)
6. Fibre Connectivity and data transit in Poland
6.2 IXP traffic in Poland
7. Country Evaluation and SWOT Analysis
7.2 The importance of Kraków as a data centre location
7.3 Polish government encouragement of data centre build/tech parks
7.4 Global enterprises locating data centres and colocating in Poland
7.5 SWOT Analysis
8.1 M2 Capacity Growth
8.2 MW Growth
Fig 1. Data Centre Location Poland (Source: BroadGroup)
Fig 2. Energy sources Poland – Source: Poland Energy Report, Enerdata, 2015
Fig 3. Energy providers and installed capacity Poland - Source: Polish Energy Regulatory Office
Fig.4 Newly created and planned energy blocks – Source Źródło: Ministerstwo
Fig.5 3S Data Centres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.6 Artnet Fibre Optic Network (“Pioneer”) – Source Artnet
Fig.7 Artnet Data Centres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.8 ATM S.A. Network in Poland – Source: ATM S.A.
Fig.9 ATM S.A Data Centres – Source: BroadGroup
Fig.10 Asseco Data Centre Sites – Source: Asseco
Fig.11 Asseco Data Centres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.12 Beyond.pl Network in Poland – Source Beyond.pl
Fig.13 Beyond pl Data Centres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.14 Comarch Data Centres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.15 Connected Network Krakow – Source: Connected
Fig.16 Datahouse Data Centre – Source BroadGroup
Fig.17 GTS Network map – Source: GTS/Deutsche Telekom B2B
Fig.18 GTS Data Centres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.19 Linxtelecom Network and Data Centres – Source: Linxtelecom
Fig. 20 Linxdatacentres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.21 Nephax Data Centre – Source BroadGroup
Fig.22 PCPD Data Centre – Source BroadGroup
Fig.23 Polcom Data Centres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.24 Sinersio Data Centre – Source BroadGroup
Fig.25 S-Net Data Centres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.26 Talex Data Centre – Source BroadGroup
Fig.27 Equinix Data Centres – Source BroadGroup
Fig.28 Telia Carrier Network Poland – Source: Telia
Fig.29 THINX Annual Traffic Rate – Source: THINX
Fig.30 EPIX Traffic Rate 2016 – Source EPIX
Fig.31 TPIX Annual Traffic Rate – Source TPIX
Fig.32 PLIX Annual Traffic Rate – Source PLIX
Fig.33 M2 Gross Capacity Growth in Poland to end 2018 – Source: BroadGroup
Fig. 34 MW Growth in Poland to end 2018 – Source: BroadGroup