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Datacenter Growth Drives Market Demand
The Indian rack and rack options market is on a growth path and it is combination of both organized and unorganized suppliers (in large numbers) operating in the market. The market is highly fragmented and region specific. The growth drivers for the Indian rack and rack options market include datacentre growth across various end-user segments, the government’s push towards computerization initiatives in various government departments, and technology adoption among small and medium enterprises (SMEs) or small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
-The Indian rack and rack options market is a growing market, with both organized as well as a large number of unorganized participants operating in it. This market is highly fragmented and region specific. Only the top participants have a large geographic reach to sell at a pan-India level.
-In FY2014, the market was estimated at INR million, registering a growth of % over FY2013, and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of % from FY2014 to FY2019.
-The rack market was estimated at INR 4,850.0 million, while the rack options market was estimated at INR million in FY2014.
-The rack options market, which includes cooling and airflow management, power management and power distribution units (PDUs), cable management, monitoring, security and access, is expected to grow at a higher rate with a CAGR of % from FY2014 to FY2019. This is higher than the growth rate of the rack market, which is expected to grow at a CAGR of % from FY2014 to FY2019.
-Datacenter segment is estimated to be the largest end-user segment in the total rack and rack options market, with a contribution of % in terms of revenue.
-The 4-post rack is the most prominent rack type in India, with % of the revenue generated from it in FY2014. The contribution of 2-post rack to the total market was %.
-System integrators, which contributed % of the market, are the most prominent stakeholders in the distribution channel of rack and rack options market in India.
The base year has been taken as FY14 (1st April 2013 to 31st March 2014). Financial year has been considered in this research service. Forecast has been given for the next five years, that is, up to FY19 (2018-19). The revenue presented in this study represents the supplier’s revenue for rack and rack options. The revenue considered is the tier-1 billing of the participants. The racks or enclosures for industrial applications (panels, junction boxes etc.) have not been considered in this study. Rack definition: A rack is defined as an enclosure or a cabinet that houses computing equipment such as servers, control systems and related accessories like cables, PDUs, networking equipment etc.
Rack options include:
-Cooling and airflow management
-Power management and PDU
-Monitoring, security and access
End-user segments include:
-Datacenters: Small server rooms to high end data centers across IT/ITeS, BFSI, industrial, government, infrastructure, hospitals etc. for server applications and networking applications have been considered.
-Telecom: Racks and enclosures for telecom datacenters, Base Transceiver Station (BTS), Base Switching Center (BSC) and Mobile Switching Center (MSC) have been considered.
-SME/SMB: Racks majorly used for networking applications in small offices, small and medium enterprises (SMEs), and small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have been considered.
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