APAC Gains Tremendous Dominance in the Data Center Colocation Spaces, The Investment in Data Center Colocation to Reach USD 43 Billion in 2027 - Arizton
Several governments across the countries and regions provide tax incentives and support to investors looking to invest in the data center colocation market; such measures attract more operators to invest in the industry. In North America, especially in the US, several state governments offer various incentives to data center operators. For instance, Virginia provides tax incentives for the facility's equipment that meets the capital investment and employment requirements. Over the past decade, Amazon Web Services received over USD 4.7 billion in subsidies from the federal and state governments to build offices, data centers, call centers, and other facilities.
Global Data Center Colocation Market Report Scope
Market by Colocation Investment (2027)
USD 43.18 Billion
Market Size - Area (2027)
30.48 million Square Feet
Market Size – Power Capacity (2027)
Market by Colocation Revenue (2027)
Colocation Service, Infrastructure, Electrical Infrastructure, Mechanical Infrastructure, Cooling Systems, Cooling Technique, General Construction, Tier Standard, and Geography
APAC, North America, Western Europe, Nordic, Central Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia
The US, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Other Latin American Countries, the UK, Germany, France, Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Portugal, Other Western European Countries, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland & Iceland, Russia, Poland, Austria, Other Central & Eastern European Countries, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Other Middle Eastern Countries, South Africa, Kenya, Other African Countries, China, Southeast Asia, Japan, Australia, India, South Korea, Hong Kong, New Zealand, the Rest of APAC, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, and Other Southeast Asian Countries
Prominent Colocation Investors: 21Vianet Group, China Telecom, Colt Data Centre Services (Colt DCS), Compass Datacenters, CoreSite, CyrusOne, Digital Realty, EdgeConneX, Equinix, GDS Services, Global Switch, Iron Mountain, NTT Global Data Centers, QTS Realty Trust, STACK Infrastructure, ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC), and Vantage Data Centers
Other Prominent Vendors: 3data, 365 Data Centers, Africa Data Centres, AirTrunk, Aligned, American Tower, AQ Compute, Aruba, Atman, atNorth, AT TOKYO, BDx (Big Data Exchange), Bulk Infrastructure, Bridge Data Centres, CDC Data Centres, Chayora, China Mobile, Chindata, CloudHQ, Cologix, COPT Data Center Solutions, CtrlS Datacenters, Cyxtera Technologies, DATA4, DataBank, DC BLOX, Element Critical, ePLDT, eStruxture Data Centers, fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (1547), Flexential, Green Mountain, H5 Data Centers, HostDime, KDDI, Keppel Data Centres, LG Uplus, maincubes one, MainOne (Equinix), Millicom, NEXTDC, ODATA, Orange Business Services, Prime Data Centers, Princeton Digital Group (PDG), Proximity Data Centres, Raxio Group, Rostelecom Data Centers, Sabey Data Centers, Scala Data Centers, Sify Technologies, Skybox Datacenters, Stream Data Centers, SUNeVision, Switch, T5 Data Centers, Tenglong Holdings Group, Teraco (Digital Realty), TierPoint, Turkcell, Urbacon Data Centre Solutions, Wingu, Yondr, and Yotta Infrastructure (Hiranandani Group)
New Entrants: Adani Group, AtlasEdge, AUBix, Cirrus Data Services, ClusterPower, D?STOR, Data Center First, EDGNEX, EdgeX Data Centers, Enovum Data Centers, ESR Cayman, Global Technical Realty, Hickory, Infinity, Mantra Data Centers, Novva Data Centers, Open Access Data Centres (OADC), PointOne, Quantum Loophole, Quantum Switch, Stratus DC Management, YCO Cloud, YTL Data Center, and ZeroPoint DC (NEOM)
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The construction of data centers continues to grow substantially, leading service providers to invest more than $1 billion in new development and expansions. The rise in demand across several industries has led data center suppliers to sign several M&A contracts to expand their portfolios. The data center market is also interested in the acquisition of data centers by real estate and investment firms. This acquisition is followed by expansion, leading to the market's strong growth. Most investments will be extremely focused on the edge data center market, with unexpected demand from current and new clients in data centers. In April 2021, CapitaLand, a real estate group, acquired a data center campus from AVIC Trust with an investment of around $564.5 million. The campus consists of around four buildings holding a power capacity of around 55 MW and an IT area of around 807,000 square feet.
The remote working and online shopping trends have propelled the demand for data centers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations operating across sectors, such as IT services, BFSI, hospitals, and education, initiated remote working for their employees. The strict lockdown imposed by the government to control the spread of the virus has resulted in heightened access to internet-related services. During COVID-19, even government agencies adopted cloud-based services, wherein the confidential data of the state is stored securely.
Colocation service providers also witness high demand for cloud connectivity solutions in the region. Moreover, in countries that are likely to be aided by the growth in the internet backbone and colocation facilities, cloud connectivity solutions are expected to grow during the forecast period. Internet-based service providers that include social media applications have prompted them to expand their operations across major Europe, APAC, and North America by constructing hyperscale data centers. Cloud service providers have also increased their wholesale colocation data center spaces by expanding regional operations. The data center market in cloud service adoption is led by the UK, Germany, France, the Netherlands, and Ireland, with locations such as Switzerland, Italy, and Spain in the initial stages of cloud service adoption.
24+ New Entrants in the Data Center Colocation Market
Prominent Colocation Investors21Vianet GroupChina TelecomColt Data Centre Services (Colt DCS)Compass DatacentersCoreSiteCyrusOneDigital RealtyEdgeConneXEquinixGDS ServicesGlobal SwitchIron MountainNTT Global Data CentersQTS Realty TrustSTACK InfrastructureST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC)Vantage Data Centers
Other Prominent Vendors3data365 Data CentersAfrica Data CentresAirTrunkAlignedAmerican TowerAQ ComputeArubaAtmanatNorthAT TOKYOBDx (Big Data Exchange)Bulk InfrastructureBridge Data CentresCDC Data CentresChayoraChina MobileChindataCloudHQCologixCOPT Data Center SolutionsCtrlS DatacentersCyxtera TechnologiesDATA4DataBankDC BLOXElement CriticalePLDTeStruxture Data Centersfifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (1547)FlexentialGreen MountainH5 Data CentersHostDimeKDDIKeppel Data CentresLG Uplusmaincubes oneMainOne (Equinix)MillicomNEXTDCODATAOrange Business ServicesPrime Data CentersPrinceton Digital Group (PDG)Proximity Data CentresRaxio GroupRostelecom Data CentersSabey Data CentersScala Data CentersSify TechnologiesSkybox DatacentersStream Data CentersSUNeVisionSwitchT5 Data CentersTenglong Holdings GroupTeraco (Digital Realty)TierPointTurkcellUrbacon Data Centre SolutionsWinguYondrYotta Infrastructure (Hiranandani Group)
New EntrantsAdani GroupAtlasEdgeAUBixCirrus Data ServicesClusterPowerD?STORData Center FirstEDGNEXEdgeX Data CentersEnovum Data CentersESR CaymanGlobal Technical RealtyHickoryInfinityMantra Data CentersNovva Data CentersOpen Access Data Centres (OADC)PointOneQuantum LoopholeQuantum SwitchStratus DC ManagementYCO CloudYTL Data CenterZeroPoint DC (NEOM)
Colocation ServiceRetail ColocationWholesale Colocation
InfrastructureElectrical InfrastructureMechanical InfrastructureGeneral Construction
Electrical InfrastructureUPS SystemsGeneratorsTransfer Switches & SwitchgearPower Distribution UnitsOther Electrical Infrastructure
Mechanical InfrastructureCooling SystemsRacksOther Mechanical Infrastructure
Cooling SystemsCRAC & CRAH UnitsChiller UnitsCooling Towers, Condensers & Dry CoolersEconomizers & Evaporative CoolersOther Cooling Units
Cooling TechniqueAir-based Cooling TechniqueLiquid-Based Cooling Technique
General ConstructionCore & Shell DevelopmentInstallation & Commissioning ServicesEngineering & Building DesignFire Detection & SuppressionPhysical SecurityDCIM/BMS
Tier StandardTier I & Tier IITier IIITier IV
GeographyNorth AmericaUSCanadaLatin AmericaBrazilMexicoChileOther Latin American CountriesWestern EuropeUKGermanyFranceIrelandSwitzerlandItalyNetherlandsSpainBelgiumPortugalOther Western European CountriesNordicsSwedenDenmarkNorwayFinland & IcelandCentral & Eastern EuropeRussiaPolandAustriaOther Central & Eastern European CountriesMiddle EastUAESaudi ArabiaIsraelOther Middle Eastern CountriesAfricaSouth AfricaKenyaOther African CountriesAPACChinaSoutheast AsiaJapanAustraliaIndiaSouth KoreaHong KongNew ZealandRest of APACTaiwanSoutheast AsiaSingaporeMalaysiaIndonesiaVietnamThailandPhilippinesOther Southeast Asian Countries
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