Colocation Market for Data Centers Statistics2030
The global colocation for the data centres market was worth $46.08 billion by 2020 and is expected to grow by 202.71 billion by 2030. It is expected to grow at an annual rate of 15.7 per cent from 2021 to 2030.
The colocation market for data centres has a bullish outlook due to the rapid growth of data centre solutions across every industry vertical. With the advent of solutions like wholesale colocation and retail colocation, the market provides the flexibility to meet the requirements of each business. Colocation in data centres in the process of leasing huge physical space, internet bandwidth and network from a service provider inside an established data centre to set up the data centre of its choice to store massive amounts of data as well as manage servers of large corporations. It permits sharing of the available infrastructure to support the colocation of data centres.
According to the type of colocation, the type of colocation was the dominant in according to type; retail colocation dominated the market for colocation in data centres share in the year 2020 and is predicted to continue this trend throughout the forecast time. The growing popularity of this segment is due to the many advantages offered by this type of colocation, like managed services that reduce the cost of maintaining the data centre, high data security, and many more. But the wholesale colocation sector is anticipated to see the highest growth over the next few years as wholesale colocation permits companies to put thousands of servers at a single location and provide high-density computing. This notably creates a market for colocation in data centres. Opportunities.
Based on the size of an enterprise, large-scale organizations dominate the market for colocation in data centre share, and it is anticipated to increase this percentage throughout the forecast time. This increase is due to massive investments by large-scale organizations in data centres. In addition, the increased need for large-scale data storage for large-scale companies is driving the colocation of the data centre market across the globe. But the small and medium-sized enterprises had the fastest growth due to the major shift of small and medium-sized businesses to the digitization and the use of the internet of things in the normal operation, generating huge amounts of data that drives the market worldwide.
Based on regions, North America is dominating the market for colocation data centres in the year 2020, and it will remain this way throughout time. This is to the large presence of large-scale IT businesses like Amazon.com, Google LLC and Facebook in the region that require large storage spaces to store data, and also increases the need for colocation data centres. However, Asia-Pacific is predicted to show the most growth in 2020 and continues to grow in the market forecast for the data centre colocation period due to the economic boom and the continuous development of the telecom and IT sectors that prompts companies to invest heavily in colocation of data centres to ensure growth and boost productivity. Additionally, there are factors such as a shift towards digital transformation, the rise of technology advancement and cloud deployment in small and medium-sized businesses and the ongoing modernization of the data centre, and the use of big data analytics within organizations that drive the need for massive investments in colocation for data centres for emerging markets. Additionally, Asia-Pacific companies focus on improving their operations and overall efficiency to stay on top of the market. This is expected to create profitable market growth opportunities in the forecast time.
The report focuses on growth opportunities, constraints, and the data centre colocation analysis market. The report provides Porter’s Five Forces analysis for the data centre colocation market to analyze the effects of various variables like the bargaining power of suppliers as well as the competitive intensity of their competitors and the threat of new competitors, the threat of alternative suppliers, and the bargaining capacity of buyers on trends in the market for data centre colocation.
The data centre colocation industry is classified according to the size of the enterprise, type, vertical industry, and location. Based on type, it’s divided into retail colocation and wholesale colocation. In terms of size, the market is split into a medium and small enterprises and large scale. Industry verticals are divided into BFSI, IT & Telecommunication, Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities, Healthcare, Retail and E-commerce, Media & Entertainment, Government & Defense and Other. The market by region is studied throughout North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.
Influence of COVID-19’s impact on the colocation data centre market
The COVID-19 virus has a positive effect on the market for colocation in data centres because data centre colocation technology help companies meet the huge capacity demands of web traffic. Most companies that provide data and internet services are experiencing about 3045 per cent growth over a year for worldwide internet traffic. There is a growing need to ensure that colocation providers for data centres have the capability and capability to provide data centre colocation that performs well during increasing demand for traffic. Thus, service providers invest heavily in colocation services for data centres in many applications. Additionally, it is believed that the COVID-19 epidemic is an opportunity for the colocation market because of the expansion of the over-the-top (OTT) market, as data centre colocation helps businesses across the world to meet their business objectives when they work from home by offering high security for their important data. There have been some issues in the maintenance of the data centre colocation services during lockdowns across the globe due to the shutdown of the manufacturing facility for equipment for data centres and maintenance.
Top factors that impact
A variety of factors like the cost-effective IT operations of server colocation, growing demands in security, security, the capacity of infrastructure and the complexity of data centres drive the global market. But, the steep initial costs for setup and bandwidth are the primary obstacle for the market worldwide. In addition, growing security concerns for businesses and the growing adoption of hybrid cloud and virtualization will create the potential for the market worldwide in the forecast timeframe.
Low-cost IT operations of colocation data centres
The shrinking IT budgets require companies to consider leasing options to meet their data centre needs compared to setting up inside data centres. Setting up an in-house data centre is an important process for businesses, particularly at the beginning of the installation. Alongside the construction, the in-house data centre needs regular operating costs and significant attention to data safety and security. The setup and maintenance of an internal data centre is an enormous risk to physical and financial security for enterprises. This problem is solved by colocation providers who offer rack space, cooling, power connectivity, broadband availability, networking, firewalls, and other facilities for a monthly rental, which removes the capital expense for companies.
The Benefits for Stakeholders
- The report provides a thorough review of the colocation market, as well as recent trends and forecasts to reveal the future investment opportunities.
- Details on the important drivers, constraints and opportunities, as well as their impact on the colocation market for data centres, are available.
- The Porter Five Forces analysis demonstrates the power of buyers and suppliers in the colocation market.
- A quantitative study of the colocation market for 2020 to 2028 is presented to assess the data centre colocation potential market.
Data Center Colocation Market Report Scope and Segmentation
|UNIT||Value (USD Million/Billion)|
|BY REGION||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa|
Market Segments Key Market Segments
- BY ENTERPRISE SIZE
- Small-Medium Enterprises
- Large Enterprises
- By Industry Vertical
- Energy and Utility
- IT and TELECOM
- RETAIL AND E-COMMERCE
- GOVERNMENT and PUBLIC SECTOR
- Media and Entertainment
- By Type
- Retail Colocation
- Wholesale Colocation
- BY REGION
- North America
- The Netherlands
- Czech Republic
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Australia & New Zealand
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- South America
- Rest of South America
- The Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Northern Africa
- Rest of MEA
- North America
- BY ENTERPRISE SIZE
Principal Market Participants
- CHINA TELECOM CORPORATION LIMITED
- CORESITE REALTY CORPORATION
- CYRUSONE, INC.
- CYXTERA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
- DIGITAL REALTY TRUST INC.
- EQUINIX, INC.
- Global Switch
- KDDI CORPORATION
- NTT COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
- VERIZON ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS, INC.