New York, May 5, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the release of the Western Europe and Nordic Data Center Market – Industry Overview and Forecast 2021-2026 – https://www.reportlinker.com/ p06068335 /? utm_source = GNW
4% in the period 2020–2026
In the first and second quarters of 2020, the market faced supply chain challenges for both IT infrastructure providers and support infrastructure providers. However, they recovered in the third quarter of 2020. Market growth was driven by previously announced projects and capacity expansion in several locations where data centers were considered core services. Most of the demand for data center services is driven by cloud service providers.
The following factors are likely to drive the growth of the data center market in Western Europe and Scandinavia during the forecast period:
• 5G increases investment in edge data centers
• Growth in purchases of renewable energy
• Innovative UPS battery technology
• Increase in the number of ports on 200/400 GBE switches
The study examines the current scenario for the development of the data center market in Western Europe and Scandinavia and its market dynamics for the period from 2020 to 2026. It provides a detailed overview of several market constraints and trends. The report offers aspects of both demand and supply in the market. He describes and researches leading companies and other well-known companies operating in the market.
Data center market segmentation in Western Europe and Nordic countries
The Western Europe and Scandinavian Data Center Market Research Report includes detailed segmentation by IT infrastructure, electrical infrastructure, mechanical infrastructure, refrigeration technology, refrigeration systems, general construction, standards levels and geography. In 2020, the adoption of IT infrastructure among newly created and existing data centers has grown significantly. Germany is the leading market for IT infrastructure spending, followed by the UK, the Netherlands, France and Ireland. The emergence of software-defined architectures and converged infrastructure is expected to drive the market for IT infrastructure solutions in Western Europe. Likewise, the growing proliferation of cloud computing services in the Northern Region is driving an increase in purchases of IT infrastructure components. Finland, Sweden and Denmark are the largest contributors to cloud computing, with 50% of businesses using cloud computing services.
Several factories in Western Europe have adopted flexible designs such as dual feeds, 2N redundant UPS systems and PDUs, and N + 1 generators. reduce the likelihood of failure of the UPS batteries. Suppliers continually offer innovative UPS solutions to improve efficiency and reduce costs. The construction of large and mega data centers in Western Europe and Scandinavia is likely to help the generator market. DRUPS solutions are likely to be in high demand among data centers, as multiple modules are up to 2 MW in N + N redundant configurations.
Several data centers in Western Europe support free cooling systems, including adiabatic chillers, evaporative coolers, and free cooling chillers. Water cooling includes water treatment plants and systems that can reduce water consumption by up to 20%. Most operators purchase 45U – 52U rack cabinets. Market purchases of 42U racks are declining.
Western Europe is the most active data center construction market in Europe. The increase in demand for data centers has increased the revenue opportunities for contractors and subcontractors in the industry. The construction of a significant data center in the region is being carried out by European construction service providers, including architects and engineering companies. However, the lack of a skilled workforce to carry out several hyperscale projects is a major problem for several contractors in the region. The development of a hyperscale data center will be a major incentive for contractors and subcontractors operating in the Northern Region. Most hyperscale projects are being built in collaboration with global data center contractors and subcontractors.
The data center market in Western Europe and Scandinavia is expected to reach approx. US $ 12 billion by 2026, with a CAGR of more than 5%. There are 112 Tier III certified enterprises in Western Europe and the Nordic countries, with the UK, Spain, Italy and Lithuania topping the list. Most of the new data centers are Tier III designed with a minimum N + 1 redundancy. There are approximately 50 Tier IV certified facilities in the European region. Denmark, France, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Switzerland and the UK have several Tier IV businesses. These sites are equipped with a minimum of 2N + 1 redundancy in the infrastructure, making it resilient, with UPS systems and PDUs having 2N + 2 redundancy. Facebook, Apple, Google and Microsoft are major hyperscale application developers.
By IT infrastructure
On electrical infrastructure
• UPS systems
• Automatic switches and switchgears
• Other electrical infrastructure
• Cooling systems
o CRAC and CRAH installations
o Chilling plants
o Cooling towers, dry coolers and condensers
o Economizers, evaporative coolers and other units
o Other mechanical infrastructure
• Other mechanical infrastructure
• Air cooling technology
• Liquid cooling technology
• Kernel and shell development
• Installation and commissioning services
• Engineering and construction projects
• Physical security
• DCIM / BMS
By level standards
• Levels I and II
• Level III
• Level IV
INFORMATION ON GEOGRAPHY
The data center market in Western Europe is likely to see growth due to the adoption of cloud services among small and medium-sized enterprises with an increased interest in business digitalization. The demand for smart devices, coupled with the growing penetration of the Internet, will contribute to the development of appropriate infrastructure in the region. Data centers in Western Europe are built to support OCP rack infrastructure solutions. Britain, the Netherlands, Germany and France are the leading countries for the development of data centers.
• Western Europe
o Other Western European countries
• Finland and Iceland
The data center market in Western Europe and Scandinavia consists of several providers of IT infrastructure, electrical, mechanical and construction services. Huawei Technologies, Super Micro Computers, Atos and NEC are the main providers of IT infrastructure. Atos is experiencing strong demand for its infrastructure solutions in the markets of Western Europe and Scandinavia. The electrical infrastructure data center market has become competitive due to the increased interest of operators in purchasing energy efficient infrastructure solutions. Multiple demands on data centers from service operators are prompting suppliers to develop innovative products with more than 90% efficiency on data center operations and an OPEX reduction of up to 50%. The Western Europe and Scandinavian data center market includes several local and global construction contractors, architectural and engineering firms, security vendors and DCIM solution providers. Profit opportunities for suppliers are high due to the growing construction of hyperscale data centers.
Key providers of critical (IT) data center infrastructure
• Arista Networks
• Cisco Systems
• Dell Technologies
• Extreme Networks
• Huawei Technologies
• Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
• Hitachi Vantara
• Juniper Networks
• MiTAC Holdings
• NEC Corporation
• Clean storage
• Quanta Computer (Quanta cloud technology)
• Super microcomputer
• Wistron (Vivinn)
Key Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers
• Air conditioning systems Airedale
• Alfa Laval
• Assa Abloy
• Bosch Security Systems (Robert Bosch)
• Delta Electronics
• HITEC power protection
• Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
• Nlyte software
• Piller Power Systems
• Rolls-Royce Power Systems
• Riello Elettronica (Riello UPS)
• Schneider Electric
• Trane Technologies
• Vertiv Group
Key Data Center Investors
• acens Technologies
• Colt Data Center Services (Colt DCS)
• Digital real estate
• Intelligent data centers DATA4
• Echelon data centers
• Global switch
• Green Mountain
• Iron Mountain
• Nexica – Econocom Group
• NTT Global Data Centers
• QTS Realty Trust
• Data centers VIRTUS
• Telecom Italia Sparkle
• T5 data centers
• Vantage data centers
• Arup Group of Companies
• Building Bouygues
• DPR construction
• Corporation “Fluor”
• HDR architecture
• Jones Engineering
• Kirby Group
• Mercury Engineering
• Mace Group
• M + W Group (Exyte)
• Metnor Construction
• Structural tone
• Winthrop Engineering and Contracting
ANSWERS TO KEY QUESTIONS
1. How big is the data center market in Western Europe and Scandinavia?
2. What industry data center applications are coming soon?
3. What are the main IT companies operating in the data center market in Western Europe and Scandinavia?
4. What are the main trends in the development of the data center market in Western Europe and Scandinavia?
5. Which segments are expected to grow with the highest CAGR during the forecast period?
6. How does COVID-19 affect the data center market landscape?
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