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Data Centres Europe 5


Published: July 2014. 131 pages. 79 Figures & Charts






In this update of the 2012 report, data centre markets across 18 Western European countries, key suppliers and industry issues have been analysed.

As well as comprehensive analyses of the 17 countries profiled in previous reports, Iceland is now also included.

The report analyses in detail the profiles of 10 pan-European players with detailed metrics and SWOT analyses. Sectors such as telcos and triple play providers are also assessed. Other key data centre operators and investors in the region are also analyzed, including Microsoft, Google and Amazon.

Key Features include:
Competitive strategies in the market, and critical success factors both for new and existing players
Critical impact of cloud on the market, and the opportunities and threats presented by cloud
Comprehensive analysis of current and future supply and demand issues

Key Questions answered:
Where is the demand in 2014 coming from?
Which vertical sectors?
How will this change in 2015?
How to meet the changing needs of such groups?
How to provide a solution to embrace their migration to cloud?

Overall the report is invaluable for companies engaged in the data centre sector and will provide forecast data to 2018 for 18 West European countries, broken down by segment, key current and expected future build. It also provides a unique comparison and rating of key data centre suppliers across a range of criteria.

Table of contents

List of figures
Definitions

Section 1 European data centre market overview
1.1 Overview
1.2 Country differences
1.3 Data centre demand drivers
1.3.1 Growth in data creation and data storage needs
1.3.2 Growth in cloud computing
1.3.3 Compliance and regulations
1.3.4 Increasing outsourcing of data centre requirements
1.4 Potential barriers to growth
1.5 Key vertical markets
1.6 Key success factors and future developments
1.6.1 Developing tools and positioning co-lo as a revenue opportunity
1.6.2 Cloud offerings
1.6.3 Flexible offerings
1.6.4 Vertical market offerings
1.6.5 Why win and lose deals
1.7 Current trading

Section 2 Industry comparisons and best practice
2.1 Revenues
2.2 Margins
2.3 Churn and service credit issues
2.4 Depreciation and useful life of assets
2.5 Maintenance costs

Section 3 Key suppliers
3.1 COLT
3.2 Data IV
3.3 Digital Realty
3.4 e-shelter
3.5 Equinix
3.6 Global Switch
3.7 Infinity SDC
3.8 Interxion
3.9 TeleCity Group
3.10 Telehouse
3.11 Telcos

Section 4 Market sizing and forecasts
4.1 Introduction and definitions 85
4.2 Global perspective
4.3 Outsourcing usage
4.4 Co-location growth
4.5 Co-location market value
4.6 Co-location market shares
4.7 Pricing

Section 5 Country profiles
5.1 Austria
5.1.1 Overview
5.1.2 Key players
5.1.3 Future developments
5.2 Belgium
5.2.1 Overview
5.2.2 Key players
5.2.3 Future developments
5.3 Denmark
5.3.1 Overview
5.3.2 Key players
5.3.3 Future developments
5.4 Finland
5.4.1 Overview
5.4.2 Key players
5.4.3 Future developments
5.5 France
5.5.1 Overview
5.5.2 Key players
5.5.3 Future developments
5.6 Germany
5.6.1 Overview
5.6.2 Key players
5.6.3 Future developments
5.7 Greece
5.7.1 Overview
5.7.2 Key players
5.7.3 Future developments
5.8 Iceland
5.8.1 Overview
5.8.2 Key players
5.8.3 Future developments
5.9 Ireland
5.9.1 Overview
5.9.2 Key players
5.9.3 Future developments
5.10 Italy
5.10.1 Overview
5.10.2 Key players
5.10.3 Future developments
5.11 Luxembourg
5.11.1 Overview
5.11.2 Key players
5.11.3 Future developments
5.12 Netherlands
5.12.1 Overview
5.12.2 Key players
5.12.3 Future developments
5.13 Norway
5.13.1 Overview
5.13.2 Key players
5.13.3 Future developments
5.14 Portugal
5.14.1 Overview
5.14.2 Key players
5.14.3 Future developments
5.15 Spain
5.15.1 Overview
5.15.2 Key players
5.15.3 Future developments
5.16 Sweden
5.16.1 Overview
5.16.2 Key players
5.16.3 Future developments
5.17 Switzerland
5.17.1 Overview
5.17.2 Key players
5.17.3 Future developments
5.18 UK
5.18.1 Overview
5.18.2 Key players
5.18.3 Future developments

Figure 1: Typical images of a data centre
Figure 2: Tiering classification
Figure 3: Tiering details
Figure 4: PUE analysis
Figure 5: PUE annual change at Microsoft
Figure 7: IT services stack
Figure 8: Differentiation of different data centre service models
Figure 9: Size and growth of different data centre segments
Figure 10: Defensability of different data centre segments
Figure 11: Forecast growth in Internet enabled devices and global Internet users
Figure 12: Total global data created annually (in Zettabytes)
Figure 13: Cisco analysis of growth in monthly IP traffic (PB per month)
Figure 14: Growth in telecoms traffic at DE-CIX in Frankfurt
Figure 15: Examples of compliance and regulatory requirements
Figure 16: Four main weaknesses existing in-house data centres
Figure 17: Banking data centre application dashboard
Figure 18: UK G-cloud spending
Figure 19: Evolution of Equinix offering
Figure 20: TeleCity eco-system
Figure 21: Equinix cloud exchange
Figure 22: Cloud management at Equinix using RightScale
Figure 23: Security management at different levels of the stack
Figure 24: BroadGroup assessment of top five wholesale co-location data centre user segments
Figure 25: BroadGroup assessment of top five retail co-location data centre user segments
Figure 26: Relative importance of data centre spend
Figure 27: Monthly revenue per kW
Figure 28: Monthly revenue per ft2 of net technical space
Figure 29: EBITDA margins for co-location players in Europe
Figure 30: Cost analysis
Figure 31: Useful life of assets
Figure 32: Typical operational life of equipment and systems in data centre
Figure 33: Total global data centre supply (000 ft2) – in-house and outsourced
Figure 34: Third party data centre revenues by region (2013)
Figure 35: In-house data centre space in Western Europe
Figure 36: Proportion of outsourced data centre space in Western Europe
Figure 37: Co-location market space by country (2014)
Figure 38: Growth in co-location space to 2018
Figure 39: Co-location market value in Western Europe (€ bn)
Figure 40: Split between retail co-location and wholesale revenues (2014)
Figure 41: Market shares in revenue terms (2014)
Figure 42: Market shares in space terms (2014)
Figure 43: Average 2kW pricing per month (in €)
Figure 44: Strengths and weaknesses of Austrian market
Figure 45: Key suppliers in Austrian market
Figure 46: Strengths and weaknesses of Belgian market
Figure 47: Key suppliers in Belgian market
Figure 48: Strengths and weaknesses of Danish market
Figure 49: Key suppliers in Danish market
Figure 50: Strengths and weaknesses of Finnish market
Figure 51: Key suppliers in Finnish market
Figure 52: Strengths and weaknesses of French market
Figure 53: Key suppliers in French market
Figure 54: Strengths and weaknesses of German market
Figure 55: Key suppliers in German market
Figure 56: Strengths and weaknesses of Greek market
Figure 57: Key suppliers in Greek market
Figure 58: Strengths and weaknesses of Icelandic market
Figure 59: Key suppliers in Icelandic market
Figure 60: Strengths and weaknesses of Irish market
Figure 61: Key suppliers in Irish market
Figure 62: Strengths and weaknesses of Italian market
Figure 63: Key suppliers in Italian market
Figure 64: Strengths and weaknesses of Luxembourg market
Figure 65: Key suppliers in Luxembourg market
Figure 66: Strengths and weaknesses of Dutch market
Figure 67: Key suppliers in Dutch market
Figure 68: Strengths and weaknesses of Norwegian market
Figure 69: Key suppliers in Norwegian market
Figure 70: Strengths and weaknesses of Portuguese market
Figure 71: Key suppliers in Portuguese market
Figure 72: Strengths and weaknesses of Spanish market
Figure 73: Key suppliers in Spanish market
Figure 74: Strengths and weaknesses of Swedish market
Figure 75: Key suppliers in Swedish market
Figure 76: Strengths and weaknesses of Swiss market
Figure 77: Key suppliers in Swiss market
Figure 78: Strengths and weaknesses of UK market
Figure 79: Key suppliers in UK market

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