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Datacenter Markets South East Asia 2018


Published: March 2018. 48 pages. 23 Tables and Charts






Datacenter markets in South East Asia have undergone a period of adjustment with limited build out and reduced M&A activity over the past two years. Most are still absorbing more than an estimated USD1.4 billion in investments over the past two years – with SUPERNAP and Global Switch among the highest.  Research prepared by BroadGroup suggests relatively modest m2 capacity growth of close to 6% by the end of 2019 across the regional markets. This is in line with BroadGroup forecasts of colocation revenues increasing from USD8.5b to USD9.5b across the Asia region (11 countries) for the 2018-2019 period.

This new report assesses the market landscape for datacenters in South East Asia across Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand and Vietnam. Reviewing key location decision issues such as energy, fiber connectivity and governance, the report also comments on the emergence of hyperscale facilities in the region.

It provides forecasts of both capacity and available power through to the end of 2019, but usefully provides historic capacity figures from 2013.

TABLE OF FIGURES AND CHARTS

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

1.MARKET DRIVERS

2. DATACENTER MARKET LANDSCAPE

2.1 Brunei Darussalam

2.1.1 Geographic Location 

2.1.2 Subsea Cable Connectivity and future plans

2.1.3 National Fibre Deployment, FTTH and Dark Fibre services

2.1.4 Corporate Taxation

2.1.5 New Third Party datacenter developments

2.1.6 Hyperscale datacenter developments

2.1.7 Renewable Energy

 

2.2 Indonesia

2.2.1 Geographic Location 

2.2.2 Subsea Cable Connectivity and future plans

2.2.3 National Fibre Deployment, FTTH and Dark Fibre services

2.2.4 Renewable Energy Resources

2.2.5 New Third Party datacenter developments

2.2.6 Hyperscale datacenter developments

 

2.3 Malaysia

2.3.1 Geographic Location

2.3.2 Subsea Cable Connectivity and future plans

2.3.3 National Fibre Deployment, FTTH and Dark Fibre services

2.3.4 Energy Costs

2.3.5 Renewable Energy Resources

2.3.6 Hyperscale datacenter developments

 

2.4 Singapore

2.4.1 Geographic Location

2.4.2 Subsea Cable Connectivity and future plans

2.4.3 National Fibre Deployment, FTTH and Dark Fibre services

2.4.4 Energy Costs

2.4.5 Renewable Energy Resources

2.4.6 New Third Party datacenter developments

2.4.7 Hyperscale datacenter developments

 

2.5 Thailand

2.5.1 Geographic Location

2.5.2 Subsea Cable Connectivity and future plans

2.5.3 National Fibre Deployment, FTTH and Dark Fibre services

 

2.5.4 Energy Costs

2.5.5 Renewable Energy Resources

2.5.6 New Third Party datacenter developments

2.5.7 Hyperscale datacenter developments

 

2.6 Vietnam

2.6.1 Geographic Location

2.6.2 Subsea Cable Connectivity and future plans

2.6.3 National Fibre Deployment, FTTH and Dark Fibre services

2.6.4 Energy Costs

2.6.5 Renewable Energy Resources

2.6.6 Third Party datacenter developments

2.6.7 Hyperscale datacenter developments

 

3. INTERNATIONAL DATACENTER PLAYERS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA

3.1 Indonesia

3.2 Malaysia

3.3 Singapore

3.4 Thailand

3.5 Vietnam

 

4. DATACENTER PLAYERS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA

4.1 Brunei Darassalam

4.2 Indonesia

4.3 Malaysia

4.4 Singapore

4.5 Thailand

4.6 Vietnam

4.7 Player Rankings

 

5. REGIONAL AND COUNTRY FORECASTS

5.1 Forecast Growth in Third Party Capacity

5.2 Forecast Growth in Third Party Available Power

5.3 Forecast Malaysia m2 2013-2019

5.4 Forecast Thailand m2 2013-2019

5.5 Forecast Singapore m2 2013-2019

5.6 Forecast Indonesia m2 2013-2019

5.7 Forecast Brunei m2 2013-2019

5.8 Forecast Vietnam m2 2013-2019

 

6. KEY TRENDS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA

 

APPENDIX

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