Europe Data Center Market Outlook and Forecast Report 2022-2027: IOT and Big Data Drive Data Center Demand and Adoption of OCP and Large Scale Infrastructure – ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The European data center market by investments is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.53% during the period 2022-2027. In-depth analysis and data-driven insights on the impact of COVID-19 are included in this report.

There is a high demand for data centers in the UK, Germany and France due to the increased growth of cloud computing, IoT and big data. The UK is one of the leading data centers in Western Europe.

Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, and Apple are the major hyperscale companies that operate data centers and have a global presence. In terms of large-scale investments, the Nordic countries are one of the hubs for large-scale investments by cloud operators around the world.

Adoption of lithium-ion UPS systems increased in 2021. Most data centers operating in European regions are adopting N+N redundant infrastructure, with most installations being developed with space to install up to 2N+2 redundant UPS systems.

IMPACT OF COVID-19

The COVID-19 outbreak has led to an increase in demand for data centers. During the initial outbreak, data center operators faced several challenges in operating facilities. The demand for data centers has increased significantly due to the pandemic, with the majority of the region’s workforce shifting to remote work.

Demand for colocation services led to high utilization of existing data center space and drove service provider revenues up more than 10% in both quarters. The data center market in Europe has always been an attractive asset with better return on investment (ROI) compared to other commercial and industrial properties. This has attracted several new entrants to the market.

GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

The Western Europe data center market is a major region in Europe with several global and local data center operators. The Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force in May 2018, has had a positive impact on the data center market in Western Europe, encouraging customers to transfer their data to cloud-based services to data location. This has resulted in more data center projects.

MARKET GROWTH FACTORS

  • COVID-19 to drive investment in data centers

  • Cloud Connectivity to Drive Data Center Demand

  • Increased investment in data centers

  • IOT and Big Data Drive Demand for Data Centers

  • Adoption of OCP and hyperscale infrastructure

Main topics covered:

1 Research methodology

2 research objectives

3 Research process

4 Scope and coverage

4.1 Market definition

4.2 Base year

4.3 Scope of the study

4.4 Market Segments

5 Report assumptions and caveats

5.1 Main caveats

5.2 Currency conversion

5.3 Market Derivation

6 The market at a glance

7 Presentation

7.1 Electricity pricing in Europe

7.2 Data Center Site Selection Criteria

7.2.1 Key

8 Market Opportunities and Trends

8.1 Growth of sustainable initiatives

8.2 5G fuels data center development

8.3 Increased adoption of district heating concept

8.4 Growing Adoption of Artificial Intelligence

8.5 Innovative Data Center Technologies

8.5.1 Hydrogen fuel cells

8.5.2 DCIM Solutions

8.5.3 Innovative UPS Battery Technologies

8.6 Adoption of advanced IT infrastructure

9 Market Growth Catalysts

9.1 COVID-19 to drive investment in data centers

9.2 Cloud Connectivity to Drive Data Center Demand

9.3 Increased investment in data centers

9.4 IOT and Big Data Drive Demand for Data Centers

9.5 Growth of underwater and inland connectivity

9.6 Adoption of OCP and hyperscale infrastructure

9.7 Impact of Tax Incentives on Data Center Market

9.8 Impact of data regulation on colocation investing

10 Market Growth Constraints

10.1 Data Center Security Challenges

10.2 Location Constraints for Data Center Investments

10.3 Lack of skilled labor

10.4 Increase in Data Center Carbon Emissions

11 Market landscape

11.1 Market Overview

11.2 Investment: Market Size and Forecast

11.3 Domain: Market Size and Forecast

11.4 Energy Capacity: Market Size and Forecast

11.5 Five forces analysis

12 Type of establishment

12.1 Investment: Market Overview and Growth Driver

12.2 Domain: Market Overview and Growth Driver

12.3 Energy Capacity: Market Overview and Growth Driver

12.4 Large Scale Data Center

12.5 Colocation Data Center

12.6 Enterprise Data Center

13 Infrastructure

13.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

13.2 Market Overview

13.3 IT infrastructure

13.4 Electrical infrastructure

13.5 Mechanical infrastructure

13.6 General construction

14 IT infrastructure

14.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

14.2 Market Overview

14.3 Server Infrastructure

14.4 Storage infrastructure

14.5 Network infrastructure

15 Electrical infrastructure

15.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

15.2 Market Overview

15.3 UPS systems

15.4 Generators

15.5 Transfer switches and switchgear

15.6 USPs

16 Mechanical infrastructure

16.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

16.2 Market Overview

16.3 Cooling systems

16.4 Racks

17 Cooling systems

17.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

17.2 Market Overview

17.3 CRAC and CRAH units

17.4 Cooling units

17.5 Cooling towers, condensers and air coolers

17.6 Economizers and evaporative coolers

18 Cooling technique

18.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

18.2 Market Overview

18.3 Air-based cooling technique

18.4 Liquid-based cooling technique

19 General works

19.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

19.2 Market Overview

19.3 Core and shell development

19.4 Installation and commissioning services

19.5 Engineering and building design

19.6 Fire Detection and Extinguishing

19.7 Physical Security

19.8 DCIM/BMS Solutions

20-level standards

20.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

20.2 Market Overview

20.3 Tier I and Tier II

20.4 Level III

20.5 Rank IV

21 Geography

21.1 Investment: Market Overview and Growth Driver

21.2 Domain: Market Overview and Growth Driver

21.3 Energy Capacity: Market Overview and Growth Driver

Companies cited

  • Arista Networks

  • Atos

  • Broadcom

  • Cisco Systems

  • Dell Technologies

  • Extreme networks

  • Fujitsu

  • Hitachi Vantara

  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

  • Huawei technology

  • IBM

  • Infuse

  • Juniper Networks

  • Lenovo

  • MiTAC Fund

  • NEC Corporation

  • NetApp

  • Pure storage

  • Quanta Computer (Quanta Cloud technology)

  • super microcomputer

  • Wistron (Wiwynn)

  • 3M

  • ABB

  • Aermec

  • Airedale International Air Conditioning

  • Aksa Power Generation

  • Alfa Laval

  • Transporter

  • caterpillar

  • Condair

  • Cummins

  • Daikin applied

  • Delta Electronics

  • eaton

  • ebm-papst

  • EMICON INNOVATION AND COMFORT

  • enrogens

  • FlaktGroup

  • GESAB

  • HiRef

  • HITEC power protection

  • Johnson Controls

  • KOHLER SDMO

  • KyotoCooling

  • Great

  • Electric Mitsubishi

  • Munters

  • NetNordic

  • Nlyte Software (Carrier Global Corporation)

  • Perkins Engines

  • Piller Power Systems

  • Riello Electronica (Riello UPS)

  • Rittal

  • Rolls Royce

  • Schneider-Electric

  • Siemens

  • Socomec

  • STULZ

  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)

  • Vertiv

  • AECOM

  • AEON Engineering

  • ARC: MC

  • AODC

  • Ariatta

  • ARSMAGNA

  • Artelia

  • Arup

  • Atkins

  • Aurora Group

  • Basler & Hofmann

  • BENTHEM CROUWEL ARCHITECTS

  • Bouygues-Construction

  • Callaghan Engineering

  • Cape Ingelec

  • Caverion

  • Colleen

  • Coromatic

  • COWI

  • DataDome

  • deer

  • group of designers

  • Dipl.-Ing. HC Hollige

  • Dornan

  • CMA Construction

  • Stop

  • PEJ MCF

  • Railway

  • Fluor Corporation

  • Engineering of free technologies

  • future tech

  • Gottlieb Paludan Architects

  • Granlund Group

  • GreenMDC

  • Haka Moscow

  • ICT facilities

  • IDOM

  • IMO

  • ISG

  • JCA Engineering

  • JERLAURE

  • Kirby Group Engineering

  • KKCG Group

  • line of sight

  • mass

  • M+F Group (EXYTE)

  • Mercury

  • Construction Metnor

  • MT Hojgaard

  • Nicholas Webb Architects (NWA)

  • NORMA Engineering

  • Oakmont Building

  • PM Group

  • PORR Group

  • PQC (power quality control)

  • Quark

  • Qumak

  • Ramboll Group

  • RED

  • Royal HaskoningDHV

  • STARCH

  • STO Building Group

  • STRABAG

  • STS Group

  • Sweco

  • TECHKO

  • TetraTech

  • TPF

  • TTSP

  • Turner and Townsend

  • Warbud

  • Winthrop Engineering and Contracts

  • YIT

  • ZAUNE GROUP

  • 3data

  • 3S group

  • Amazon Web Services

  • clean art

  • Aruba

  • Apple

  • North

  • Bahnhof

  • Beyond.pl

  • China-Mobile

  • ClusterPower

  • Colt Data Center Services (COLT DCS)

  • CyrusOne

  • DATA4

  • DigiPlex

  • Digital real estate

  • Echelon Data Centers

  • EcoDataCenter

  • EdgeConneX (EQT infrastructure)

  • equinix

  • Euclyde Data Centers

  • Facebook

  • Global Switch

  • google

  • Green Mountain (AZRIELI GROUP)

  • Iron Mountain (IO)

  • IXcellerate

  • KDDIName

  • world freedom

  • Magenta Telecom

  • Microsoft

  • Mobile telesystems (MTS)

  • Neterra

  • Netia

  • NDC-GARBE Europe Data Centers

  • NTT Global Data Centers

  • Orange Business Services

  • Proximity data centers

  • Rostelecom Data Centers (RTK-DC)

  • T5 Data Centers

  • Telecom Italia Sparkle

  • Vantage Data Centers

  • Antivirus Data Centers (ST Telemedia Global Data Centers)

  • VK Cloud Solutions (MAIL.RU)

  • yandex

  • AtlasEdge

  • QA Calculation

  • Global Technical Real Estate

  • Nautilus Data Technologies

  • DC Stratus Management

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Mary I. Bruner