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CoreSite Realty Corporation is a publicly traded real estate investment trust (REIT) which operates data centers in eight key markets in the US with more than 2.7m gross sq ft of space, 1.5m sq ft of which is existing data center space. The 17th facility came online in late 2014
Founded 30 years ago, Cisco designs and sells software, hardware, networking and communications-technology services. Although the company has made forays into the consumer market, it is best known as a world-leading provider of IP networking equipment, supplying about four-fifths of the infrastructure that powers the Internet.
Telehouse is a carrier-neutral provider of colocation and managed data center services, operating a network of 42 data centers in 24 cities in 13 countries in Asia,Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and North America. Expansions in existing markets that are scheduled to open in 2015 and 2016 will take the company’s total footprint to 371,000m2 in 45 data centers.
Equinix, Inc. provides network-neutral colocation and related interconnection and managed IT infrastructure services via a network of 101 data centers in 32 key metropolitan areas in 15 countries in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific (APAC).
IT demand is being driven by the explosion of smart mobile devices, real-time sensor data, cloud computing, cybersecurity and advanced predictive analytics. Meanwhile, cloud computing has become the vehicle to make all these services available to customers at reasonable prices.
Interxion (pronounced “interaction”) provides cloud and carrier neutral colocation data center services in Europe. It operates 37 data centers in 13 cities in 11 countries, houses over 500 carriers, ISPs and content delivery networks (CDNs), hosts 20 Internet exchanges, and provides services to some 1,400 customers.
The market values given here are made up exclusively of five elements: infrastructure software, servers, storage systems, enterprise networking and IaaS/PaaS IT services. Despite the limitations of these definitions, the tangible markets measured are a good proxy for IT spending in EU data centers.
As IT infrastructure and operations have become more complex, technologies such as cloud and virtualization have been implemented to adapt to various business needs. Over the past decade, server virtualization has redefined the deployment, management and optimization of computing resources, transforming the data center into a more adaptable and efficient platform for business applications.
This package includes research focused on topics of specific relevance to North America, and including regional results from the DCDi global data center survey and 5-year market growth forecasts.
The outlook for the colocation market in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan) is cautiously positive, despite global economic uncertainty associated with Western sanctions on Russia over the conflict with Ukraine.
This report has been prepared as part of DCD Intelligence’s range of regional profile and analysis reports. It includes information and analysis from the four annual Census surveys conducted between 2011 and 2014, and includes information on Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Peru and the collective markets of Central America and the Caribbean.
This report analyzes the market for colocation and other data center services in the six countries that comprise the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC): Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman. In addition to analyzing the key trends and major developments shaping the market for commercial data center services in these countries, the report examines the leading service providers with a focus on their business models and strategies.
The report assesses the business climate and provides an overview of the political and security risks. It also evaluates the market attractiveness for potential investors, as well as identifying the leading providers of data center services, their geographic scope, connectivity and strategies.This report covers the commercial data center landscape in Central America, describing current market conditions of a region until recently long overlooked by foreign investors.
This report has been prepared as part of DCD Intelligence’s range of Regional Profile & Analysis Reports. It includes information & analysis from the 2011, 2012 & 2013 Census surveys & covers the United States and Canada.
This report has been prepared as part of DCD Intelligence’s range of Regional Profile and Analysis Reports. It includes information and analysis from the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Census surveys and covers Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Argentina,Peru as well as the collective markets of Central America and the Caribbean.
This report has been prepared as part of DCD Intelligence’s range of Regional Profile & Analysis Reports. It includes information & analysis from the 2011, 2012 & 2013 Census surveys & covers Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. This report includes information on the regional data center market in terms of: