Datacenter Europe 7, the annual report from BroadGroup Consulting covering 19 Western European countries has found the drivers for the data centre and cloud markets remain strong but the times are changing.
The report stresses a need for providers to be aware of the impact and opportunities around sectors such as 5G, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence and specific vertical market factors like the revolution impacting life sciences and auto industries
These new elements must be adapted and incorporated in order for the market to expand noted Steve Wallage MD of BroadGroup Consulting. In terms of Cloud, it fundamentally changes not just technology but business models, channels and procurement continued Mr. Wallage.
Datacenter Europe 7 features 12 profiles and competitive analyses of leading players in addition to key assessments of pricing, market growth, revenues and degree outsourcing, all forecasts to 2020.
This new report analyses the impact and what successful providers need along with an assessment of how investors see the market, what they like, their concerns and red flag issues, and how this will change. Datacenter Europe 7 also expands on the growth of markets outside the Big 4 in Europe, which now account for only 60% of the European market by net m2.
Now in its seventh version this report critically addresses competitive strategies in the market, and critical success factors, both for new and existing players critical impact of cloud on the market, and the opportunities and threats presented by cloud combined with comprehensive analysis of the current and future supply and demand issues. Invaluable for companies requiring:
– Top level European data
– Deep dive overview of European data centre markets
– Strategic insight into Cloud, colocation and hosting market
– Strategic insight and analysis
– Statistics, charts and tables
Overall the Datacenters Europe 7 is an invaluable resource for companies engaged in the datacentre sector continued Mr. Wallage. It will provide forecast data to 2020 for 19 West European countries, broken down by segment, key current and expected future build. It also provides a unique comparison and rating of key datacentre suppliers across a range of criteria.