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Co-existence of Colocation, Managed Hosting and Cloud Services will Drive Providers to Adopt a Hybrid IT Approach
The convenience and cost efficiency of outsourcing enterprise IT infrastructure continues to drive demand for data centre services. In addition, the growth of cloud, content is a key source of growth particularly for colocation service providers. However, with the growing adoption of cloud services among enterprises, the growth dynamics of traditional data centre services markets including retail colocation and managed hosting is changing. In this report, we analyse the emerging trends in the data centre services markets, identifying the different competitive strategies adopted by providers in Europe. We also estimate and forecast the market for traditional data centre services in Europe - retail colocation and managed hosting.
Geographic coverage Europe
Study period 2014–2020
Base year 2015
Forecast period 2016–2020
Monetary unit US Dollars
€1 = $1.29
£1 = $1.59
Data centre services refer to the provision of offsite data centre facilities which consist of IT infrastructure components, such as racks, servers, and power and network connections. Depending on the requirements of the customer, this includes making available the various infrastructure components for self management (by the customer) or the provision of managed infrastructure services
This report has assessed the data centre market as the sum of 2 main segments. These are:
- Colocation Services
- Managed Hosting Services
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