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AFRICA DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET SIZE TO CROSS USD 510 MILLION BY 2025, GROWING AT A CAGR OF 11% DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

Africa Data Center Construction Market Size, Share, & Trends Analysis Report by Electrical Infrastructure (UPS, Generators, Transfer Switches and Switchgears, PDUs, Other Electrical Infrastructure), Mechanical Infrastructure (Cooling Systems, CRAC & CRAH Units, Chiller Units, Cooling Towers & Dry Coolers, Other Units, Racks, Other Mechanical Infrastructure), General Construction (Building Development, Installation & Commissioning Services, Building Design, Physical Security, DCIM), Tier Segments (Tier I & Tier II, Tier III, Tier IV), and Geography (South Africa, Morocco, Kenya, Nigeria, Egypt, and Other Countries), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Share & Forecast, 2020-2025

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AFRICA DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET REPORT SCOPE

Report Attribute Details
MARKET SIZE (REVENUE) USD 510 MILLION (2025)
MARKET SIZE (AREA) 0.56 MILLION SQUARE FEET (2025)
CAGR 11% (2020-2025)
Base Year 2019
Forecast Year 2020-2025
Market Segments Electrical Infrastructure (UPS, Generators, Transfer Switches and Switchgears, PDUs, Other Electrical Infrastructure), Mechanical Infrastructure (Cooling Systems, CRAC & CRAH Units, Chiller Units, Cooling Towers & Dry Coolers, Other Units, Racks, Other Mechanical Infrastructure), General Construction (Building Development, Installation & Commissioning Services, Building Design, Physical Security, DCIM), and Tier Segments (Tier I & Tier II, Tier III, Tier IV)
Countries Covered South Africa, Morocco, Kenya, Nigeria, and Other Countries

INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

The Africa data center construction market size to cross USD 510 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 11% during the forecast period. The Africa data center construction market is witnessing significant growth, especially in South Africa, Morocco, Kenya, and Nigeria. The growing internet population has been a strong factor for growth. Government agencies across countries are looking to improve their digital economy. They are involved in a variety of smart city projects that fuel the growth of data centers and edge facilities throughout the region. African countries such as South Africa, Kenya, and Morocco have started taking initiatives for smart cities and plan to improve network coverage. Smart cities are urban development projects that integrate information technology and the Internet of things (IoT) using analytics and sensors to manage cities better. Data centers will be the major beneficiaries of smart cities and will require lots of connectivity, data storage, and computing power for analytics. Due to an increase in the use of connected devices by businesses and consumers, the concept of edge computing is gaining traction in the Africa data center construction market. This has led to the rising demand for high-bandwidth internet in many rural areas, thereby driving the need for the facilities.

The spread of COVID-19 has affected major countries that have data center operations in Africa. Few facilities are affected due to the slowdown in construction works owing to lockdowns and supply chain-related challenges. In Africa, the projects that are expected to open between Q1 2020 and Q4 2020 will be partially affected through supply chain-related challenges compared with construction halts.

SNIPPETS

  • The USP systems segment is expected to provide around $75 million revenue opportunity by 2025, for vendors due to the increased development of hyper-scale facilities in the Africa continent.
  • The generator segment is likely to observe an incremental growth of over $33 million by 2025.
  • The cooling systems segment is projected to observe CAGR of over 10% during the period 2019­–2025 driven by the increased adoption of CRAC, CRAH, and Chiller units in multiple facilities in Africa.
  • The building development segment is expected to reach an investment of over $58 million by 2025 on account of the increased greenfield construction in South Africa, Morocco, and Egypt.
  • Morocco is expected to register an investment of $120 million by 2025 because of the growing internet demand for digitalization in the enterprise and consumer environment.

AFRICA DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION MARKET SEGMENTATION

This research report includes a detailed segmentation by

  • Electrical Infrastructure 
  • Mechanical Infrastructure 
  • General Construction
  • Tier Standards
  • Geography

INSIGHTS BY ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE 

The UPS and generator markets will continue to grow due to the increasing construction of large and mega data center facilities and inaccurate power grid connectivity. The power market is expected to witness significant growth due to the non-reliability of power grids in Africa. The increased need for data center solutions in the country is expected to fuel the demand for transfer switches and switchgear during the forecast period. UPS systems are experiencing a high adoption across the African continent as several countries are incorporated diverse energy sources to run the power infrastructure. The facilities are developed to support at rack density of up to 15 kW, with their average PUE being around 1.5. Service operators in Africa deploying modular data centers are likely to procure lithium-ion UPS systems with power capacities of less than 100 kVA. Also, the adoption of single-rack prefabricated data center solutions will include single-phase lithium-ion systems with a power capacity of less than 10 kVA. The generators market is expected to grow because of the continuous construction of large and mega facilities in Africa. Data centers built in populated areas are concerned with carbon emission, which is likely to increase the adoption of efficient generator systems. 

INSIGHTS BY MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE  

Africa is currently moving to the adoption of free-cooling chillers or evaporative coolers. The market for cooling systems in the country is likely to depend on the construction of mega and hyperscale facilities, primarily of 10 MW capacity. While several smaller facilities in Africa use DX-based CRAC units, medium and large data centers are installing CRAH units. Also, the implementation of air-cooled CRAC systems with cooling units that use refrigerants or glycol-based cooling is expected to grow during the forecast period. The facilities mostly adopt air cooling systems and energy-efficient chiller units. The development of hyperscale data centers is likely to adopt 2N CRAC or CRAH units, whereas other facilities are expected to go for N+N systems. The facilities are built with flexible designs, in which additional or high-power capacity units can be incorporated within days or weeks, depending on the customer’s requirement. Chillers are used to facilitate water-based cooling, whereas the adoption of a water-based cooling technique is experiencing strong growth, contributing to a sizable share of the Africa data center construction market.

INSIGHTS BY GENERAL CONSTRUCTION

Most colocation facilities in Africa have installed physical security solutions ranging from perimeter to rack-guarded through CCTV cameras and biometric systems. Companies have also adopted DCIM/BMS solutions that enable remote monitoring of entire data center operations.  Most colocation facilities in Egypt are developed with support and funding by enterprise and government agencies. The market also lacks a skilled workforce for data center construction and operations, where the definite investments in greenfield projects are low. Hence, most service providers are developing modular facilities. In terms of security, facilities are equipped with physical security, biometric protection, CCTV surveillance, and fire detection alarms. The increasing OPEX will boost the implementation of DCIM solutions, and the rapid growth in colocation data centers will increase the investment in physical security systems in the Africa data center construction market.

INSIGHTS BY TIER STANDARDS

In Morocco, data centers are certified as Tier III facilities in terms of design. The facilities in Egypt are mostly Tier III standard certified in terms of design and are developed to support at rack density of up to 15 kW, with their average PUE being around 1.5. In Nigeria, most facilities are certified Tier III facilities by the Uptime Institute in terms of data center design and construction. In terms of redundancy, most Nigerian data centers have both power and cooling infrastructure equipped with minimum N+1 redundant components.

INSIGHTS BY GEOGRAPHY

South Africa is witnessing major data center development; cities such as Cape Town and Johannesburg are the preferred places for development. The market is witnessing high adoption of cloud-based solutions among enterprises. The country is rapidly emerging as a center for public and private cloud hosting, which is expected to fuel the facility development. Manufacturing, financial services, and healthcare sectors are among the major contributors to data center investment as they are rapidly adopting cloud computing. The market will witness steady growth over the next few years, with internet penetration and adoption of technologies such as big data, IoT, and artificial intelligence fueling the Africa data center construction market growth.

INSIGHTS BY VENDORS

Multiple electrical infrastructure providers operate in the Africa data center construction market. The growing data center construction market is prompting providers to improve the efficiency of solutions that are currently being offered. Many countries in the region suffer from frequent power fluctuations and power outages. This will enable operators to adopt efficient power backup solutions, with UPS systems that offer over 95% efficiency. The market for VRLA UPS systems will continue to dominate the market; however, the share of VRLA UPS systems will start declining by the end of the forecast period as lithium-ion UPS systems become more affordable, thereby improving their adoption among end-users.

The Africa data center construction market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry analysis with revenue and forecast insights for the following segments:

Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure  

  • UPS Systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgears
  • PDUs
  • Other Electrical Infrastructure

By Mechanical Infrastructure

  • Cooling Systems
    • CRAC & CRAH Units
    • Chiller Units
    • Cooling Towers & Dry Coolers
    • Other Units
  • Racks
  • Other Mechanical Infrastructure

 By General Construction 

  • Building Development
  • Installation & Commissioning Services
  • Building Designs
  • Physical Security
  • DCIM

By Tier Standard

  • Tier I & Tier II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV

By Geography 

  • South Africa
  • Morocco
  • Kenya
  • Nigeria
  • Egypt
  • Other Countries

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Africa data center construction market size and growth rate during the forecast period?

Africa data center construction market size is expected reach revenue of over $510 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of over 11% during the forecast period.

What are the factors impacting the growth of the Africa data center construction market share?

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the Africa data center market during the forecast period: Availability of Renewable Energy fuels Procurement Growth Smart City Initiatives Fuel Data Center/Edge Deployments Government Support boosting Digital Economy Increase in Adoption of All-flash Storage Solutions

How is the growth of the cooling system segment influencing the growth of the Africa data center construction market?

The market for cooling systems in the country is likely to depend on the construction of mega and hyperscale facilities, primarily of 10 MW capacity.

Who are the leading vendors in the Africa data center construction market, and what are their market shares?

Some of the leading vendors are ABB, Caterpillar, Cummins, Eaton, Shenzhen Envicool Technology, Legrand, MTU On Site Energy, Schneider Electric, STULZ, Rittal, Vertiv

What is the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Africa data center construction market shares?

The spread of COVID-19 has affected major countries that have data center operations in Africa. Few facilities are affected due to the slowdown in construction works owing to lockdowns and supply chain-related challenges.

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The Africa data center construction market by revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of close to 12% during the period 2019–2025. 

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the Africa data center market during the forecast period:

  • Availability of Renewable Energy fuels Procurement Growth
  • Smart City Initiatives Fuel Data Center/Edge Deployments
  • Government Support boosting Digital Economy
  • Increase in Adoption of All-flash Storage Solutions

Base Year:                  2019

Forecast Year:           2020–2025

The study considers the present scenario of the Africa data center construction market and its market dynamics for the period 2019−2025. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspect of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent ones operating in the market.

Prominent Data Center Support Infrastructure Vendors

  • ABB
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Eaton
  • Shenzhen Envicool Technology
  • Legrand
  • MTU On Site Energy
  • Schneider Electric
  • STULZ
  • Rittal
  • Vertiv

Prominent Construction Contractors

  • Atkins
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Aveng Grinaker
  • Concor
  • Edarat Group
  • Etix Everywhere
  • Future-tech
  • Huawei
  • ISG

Prominent Data Center Investors

  • Africa Data Centres (Liquid Telecom)
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Icolo.io
  • Internet Technologies Angola (ITA)
  • Inwi
  • MDXI (MainOne)
  • N+ONE
  • Orange
  • Raxio Data Center
  • Rayan Data Center
  • Teraco Data Environments

Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure  

  • UPS Systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgears
  • PDUs
  • Other Electrical Infrastructure

Segmentation by Mechanical Infrastructure

  • Cooling Systems
    • CRAC & CRAH Units
    • Chiller Units
    • Cooling Towers & Dry Coolers
    • Other Units
  • Racks
  • Other Mechanical Infrastructure

Segmentation by General Construction 

  • Building Development
  • Installation & Commissioning Services
  • Building Designs
  • Physical Security
  • DCIM

Tier Standard

  • Tier I & Tier II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV

Segmentation by Africa

  • South Africa
  • Morocco
  • Kenya
  • Egypt
  • Nigeria
  • Other Countries

1              Research Methodology

2              Research Objectives

3              Research Process

 

4              Scope & Coverage

4.1          Market Definition

4.2          Base Year

4.3          Scope of The Study

4.4          Market Segments

4.4.1      Market Segmentation by Infrastructure

4.4.2      Market Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure

4.4.3      Market Segmentation by Mechanical Infrastructure

4.4.4      Market Segmentation by Cooling Systems

4.4.5      Market Segmentation by General Construction

4.4.6      Market Segmentation by Tier Standards

4.4.7      Market Segmentation by Geography

 

5              Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1          Key Caveats

5.2          Currency Conversion

5.3          Market Derivation

 

6              Market at a Glance

7              Introduction

7.1          Impact of COVID-19 on Data Center Industry

7.1.1      Construction Perspective

7.1.2      Infrastructure Production & Procurement

7.1.3      Data Center Operations

7.2          Impact of COVID-19 on Africa Data Center Construction Market

7.3          Internet & Data Growth

7.4          Data Center Site Selection Criteria

7.4.1      Key

 

8              Market Opportunities & Trends

8.1          Availability of Renewable Energy Fuels Procurement Growth

8.2          Smart City Initiatives Fuel Data Center/Edge Deployments

8.3          Government Support to Boost Digital Economy

9              Market Growth Enablers

9.1          Cloud Adoption Fueling Data Center Investments

9.2          Big Data & IoT Spending Fuel Data Center Growth

9.3          Migration From On-Premise Infrastructure To Colocation & Managed Services

9.4          Increased Investments in Fiber Connectivity

9.5          Data Traffic to Boost Data Center Development

 

10           Market Growth Restraints

10.1        Location Constraints For Data Center Construction

10.2        Lack Of Skilled Workforce

10.3        Budget Constraints & Meager Investment Support

 

11           Market Landscape

11.1        Market Overview

11.2        Market Size & Forecast

11.3        Five Forces Analysis

11.3.1    Threat of New Entrants

11.3.2    Bargaining Power of Suppliers

11.3.3    Bargaining Power of Buyers

11.3.4    Threat of Substitutes

11.3.5    Competitive Rivalry

 

12           Africa Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure

12.1        Snapshot & Growth Engine

12.2        Overview

12.3        Electrical Infrastructure

12.3.1    Overview

12.3.2    Size & Forecast

12.4        Mechanical Infrastructure

12.4.1    Overview

12.4.2    Size & Forecast

12.5        General Construction

12.5.1    Overview

12.5.2    Size & Forecast

 

13           Africa Data Center Construction Market by Electrical Infrastructure

13.1        Snapshot & Growth Engine

13.2        UPS Systems

13.2.1    Overview

13.2.2    Size & Forecast

13.3        Generators

13.3.1    Overview

13.3.2    Size & Forecast

13.4        Transfer Switches & Switchgear

13.4.1    Overview

13.4.2    Size & Forecast

13.5        Power Distribution Units

13.5.1    Overview

13.5.2    Size & Forecast

13.6        Other Electrical Infrastructure

13.6.1    Overview

13.6.2    Size & Forecast

 

14           Africa Data Center Construction Market by Mechanical Infrastructure

14.1        Snapshot & Growth Engine

14.2        Cooling Systems

14.2.1    Overview

14.2.2    Size & Forecast

14.3        Racks

14.3.1    Overview

14.3.2    Size & Forecast

14.4        Other Mechanical Infrastructure

14.4.1    Overview

14.4.2    Size & Forecast

 

15           Africa Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Systems

15.1        Snapshot & Growth Engine

15.2        CRAC & CRAH Units

15.2.1    Overview

15.2.2    Size & Forecast

15.3        Chiller Units

15.3.1    Overview

15.3.2    Size & Forecast

15.4        Cooling Towers, Condensers & Dry Coolers

15.4.1    Overview

15.4.2    Size & Forecast

15.5        Other Cooling Units

15.5.1    Overview

15.5.2    Size & Forecast

 

16           Africa Data Center Construction Market by Cooling Techniques

16.1        Snapshot & Growth Engine

16.2        Air-Based Cooling Techniques

16.2.1    Overview

16.2.2    Size & Forecast

16.3        Liquid-Based Cooling Techniques

16.3.1    Overview

16.3.2    Size & Forecast

 

17           Africa Data Center Construction Market by General Construction

17.1        Snapshot & Growth Engine

17.2        Building Development

17.2.1    Overview

17.2.2    Size & Forecast

17.3        Installation & Commissioning Services

17.3.1    Overview

17.3.2    Size & Forecast

17.4        Building Design

17.4.1    Overview

17.4.2    Size & Forecast

17.5        Physical Security

17.5.1    Overview

17.5.2    Size & Forecast

17.6        DCIM/BMS

17.6.1    Overview

17.6.2    Size & Forecast

 

18           Africa Data Center Construction Market by Tier Standards

18.1        Snapshot & Growth Engine

18.2        Overview of Tier Standards

18.3        TIER I & II

18.3.1    Overview

18.3.2    Size & Forecast

18.4        TIER III

18.4.1    Overview

18.4.2    Size & Forecast

18.5        TIER IV

18.5.1    Overview

18.5.2    Size & Forecast

 

19           Africa Data Center Construction Market by Geography

19.1        Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.2        Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.3        Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.4        South Africa

19.4.1    Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.4.2    Overview

19.4.3    Investment: Size & Forecast

19.4.4    Area: Size & Forecast

19.4.5    Power Capacity: Size & Forecast

19.4.6    by Infrastructure

19.5        Morocco

19.5.1    Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.5.2    Overview

19.5.3    Investment: Size & Forecast

19.5.4    Area: Size & Forecast

19.5.5    Power Capacity: Size & Forecast

19.5.6    Market by Infrastructure

19.6        Egypt

19.6.1    Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.6.2    Overview

19.6.3    Investment: Size & Forecast

19.6.4    Area: Size & Forecast

19.6.5    Power Capacity: Size & Forecast

19.6.6    Market by Infrastructure

19.7        Kenya

19.7.1    Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.7.2    Overview

19.7.3    Investment: Size & Forecast

19.7.4    Area: Size & Forecast

19.7.5    Power Capacity: Size and Forecast

19.7.6    Market by Infrastructure

19.8        Nigeria

19.8.1    Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.8.2    Overview

19.8.3    Investment: Size & Forecast

19.8.4    Area: Size & Forecast

19.8.5    Power Capacity: Size and Forecast

19.8.6    Market by Infrastructure

19.9        Other African Countries

19.9.1    Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.9.2    Overview

19.9.3    Investment: Size & Forecast

19.9.4    Area: Size & Forecast

19.9.5    Power Capacity: Size & Forecast

19.9.6    Market by Infrastructure

 

20           Competitive Landscape

20.1        Electrical Infrastructure

20.2        Mechanical Infrastructure

20.3        General Construction

 

21           Prominent Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers

21.1        ABB

21.1.1    Business Overview

21.1.2    Product Offerings

21.1.3    Key News

21.2        Caterpillar

21.2.1    Business Overview

21.2.2    Product Offerings

21.3        Cummins

21.3.1    Business Overview

21.3.2    Product Offerings

21.3.3    Key News

21.4        Eaton

21.4.1    Business Overview

21.4.2    Product Offerings

21.4.3    Key News

21.5        Shenzhen Envicool Technology

21.5.1    Overview

21.5.2    Product Offerings

21.6        Legrand

21.6.1    Business Overview

21.6.2    Product Offerings

21.7        MTU Onsite Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)

21.7.1    Business Overview

21.7.2    Product Offerings

21.8        Schneider Electric

21.8.1    Business Overview

21.8.2    Product Offerings

21.8.3    Key News

21.9        STULZ

21.9.1    Business Overview

21.9.2    Product Offerings

21.10     Shenzhen Envicool Technology

21.10.1  Business Overview

21.10.2  Product Offerings

21.11     Rittal

21.11.1  Business Overview

21.11.2  Product Offerings

21.12     Vertiv

21.12.1  Business Overview

21.12.2  Product Offerings

21.12.3  Key News

 

22           Prominent Construction Contractors

22.1        ATKINS

22.1.1    Business Overview

22.1.2    Service Offerings

22.2        Aveng Grinaker

22.2.1    Business Overview

22.2.2    Service Offerings

22.3        CONCOR

22.3.1    Business Overview

22.3.2    Service Offerings

22.4        Edarat Group

22.4.1    Business Overview

22.4.2    Service Offerings

22.5        ETIX Everywhere (Vantage Data Center)

22.5.1    Business Overview

22.5.2    Service Offerings

22.6        Future-Tech

22.6.1    Business Overview

22.6.2    Service Offerings

22.7        HUAWEI

22.7.1    Business Overview

22.7.2    Service Offerings

22.8        ISG

22.8.1    Business Overview

22.8.2    Service Offerings

 

23           Prominent Data Center Investors

23.1        Africa Data Centres (Liquid Telecom)

23.1.1    Business Overview

23.1.2    Service Offerings

23.2        Amazon Web Services (AWS)

23.2.1    Business Overview

23.2.2    Service Offerings

23.3        ICOLO.IO

23.3.1    Business Overview

23.3.2    Service Offerings

23.4        Internet Technologies Angola (ITA)

23.4.1    Business Overview

23.4.2    Service Offerings

23.5        INWI

23.5.1    Business Overview

23.5.2    Service Offerings

23.6        MDXi (MainOne)

23.6.1    Business Overview

23.6.2    Service Offerings

23.7        N+ One

23.7.1    Business Overview

23.7.2    Service Offerings

23.8        Orange

23.8.1    Business Overview

23.8.2    Service Offerings

23.9        Raxio Data Center

23.9.1    Business Overview

23.9.2    Service Offerings

23.10     Raya Data Center

23.10.1  Business Overview

23.10.2  Service Offerings

23.11     Teraco Data Environments

23.11.1  Business Overview

23.11.2  Service Offerings

 

24           Report Summary

24.1        Key Takeaways

 

25           Quantitative Summary

25.1        Overall Market

25.2        Infrastructure: Size & Forecast

25.3        Electrical Infrastructure: Size & Forecast

25.4        Mechanical Infrastructure: Size & Forecast

25.5        Cooling Systems: Size & Forecast

25.6        Cooling Technique: Sizing & Forecast

25.7        General Construction: Size & Forecast

25.8        Tier Standards: Size & Forecast

25.9        Geography

25.9.1    Investment by Country

25.9.2    Investment in Area by Country

25.9.3    Investment in Power Capacity by Country

25.10     South Africa

25.10.1  Overall Market

25.10.2  By Infrastructure

25.11     Morocco

25.11.1  Overall Market

25.11.2  By Infrastructure

25.12     Egypt

25.12.1  Overall Market

25.12.2  By Infrastructure

25.13     Kenya

25.13.1  Overall Market

25.13.2  By Infrastructure

25.14     Nigeria

25.14.1  Overall Market

25.14.2  By Infrastructure

25.15     Other African Countries

25.15.1  Overall Market

25.15.2  By Infrastructure

 

26           Appendix

26.1        Abbreviations

 

List Of Exhibits 

Exhibit 1               Segmentation of Africa Data Center Construction Market

Exhibit 2               Market Size Calculation Approach 2019

Exhibit 3               Internet Penetration in Africa 2019

Exhibit 4               Increasing Mobile Connection and Internet Speed (as of January 2020)

Exhibit 5               Impact of Availability of Renewable Energy Fuels Procurement Growth

Exhibit 6               Impact of Smart City Initiatives Fuel Data Center/Edge Deployments

Exhibit 7               Impact of Government Support to Boost Digital Economy

Exhibit 8               Impact of Cloud Adoption Fueling Data Center Investments

Exhibit 9               Impact of Big Data & IoT Spending Fuel Data Center Growth

Exhibit 10             Impact of Migration from On-Premise Infrastructure to Colocation & Managed Services

Exhibit 11             Impact of Increased Investments in Fiber Connectivity

Exhibit 12             Impact of Data Traffic to Boost Data Center Development

Exhibit 13             Data Traffic Growth Across Internet Exchange Point in Developing African Countries 2019-2020

Exhibit 14             Impact of Location Constraints for Data Center Construction

Exhibit 15             Impact of Lack of Skilled Workforce

Exhibit 16             Impact of Budget Constraints & Meagre Investment Support

Exhibit 17             Africa Data Center Construction Market 2019-2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 18             Africa Data Center Construction Market by Area 2019–2025 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 19             Africa Data Center Construction Market by Power Capacity 2019–2025 (MW)

Exhibit 20             Five Forces Analysis 2019

Exhibit 21             Incremental Growth by Infrastructure 2019−2025

Exhibit 22             Africa Data Center Construction Market by Infrastructure

Exhibit 23             Electrical Infrastructure Market in Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 24             Mechanical Infrastructure Market in Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 25             General Construction Market in Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 26             Incremental Growth by Electrical Infrastructure 2019−2025

Exhibit 27             Africa Data Center Construction Market by UPS Systems 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 28             Market by Generators 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 29             Market by Transfer Switches & Switchgear 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 30             Market by PDUs 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 31             Market by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 32             Incremental Growth by Mechanical Infrastructure 2019−2025

Exhibit 33             Cooling Systems Market in Africa 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 34             Racks Market in Africa 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 35             Data Center Other Mechanical Infrastructure Market in Africa 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 36             Incremental Growth by Cooling Systems 2019−2025

Exhibit 37             Africa Data Center Construction Market by CRAC & CRAH Units 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 38             Chiller Market in Africa 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 39             Market By Cooling Towers 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 40             Africa Data Center Construction Market by Other Cooling Units 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 41             Incremental Growth by Cooling Techniques 2019−2025

Exhibit 42             Air-based Cooling Construction Market in Africa 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 43             Liquid-Based Cooling Construction Market in Africa 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 44             Incremental Growth by General Construction 2019−2025

Exhibit 45             Data Center Market in Africa by Building Development 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 46             Africa Data Center Construction Market by Installation & Commissioning 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 47             Market by Building Design 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 48             Market by Physical Security 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 49             Africa Data Center Construction Market by DCIM/BMS 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 50             Incremental Growth by Tier Standards 2019−2025

Exhibit 51             Overview of Tier Standards

Exhibit 52             Number of Data Center Facilities Certified by Uptime Institute in Africa

Exhibit 53             Africa Data Center Construction Market by Tier I & Tier II facilities 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 54             Market by Tier III 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 55             Market by Tier IV 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 56             Incremental Growth in Africa 2019 & 2025

Exhibit 57             Incremental Growth in Africa 2019 & 2025

Exhibit 58             Incremental Growth in Africa 2019 & 2025

Exhibit 59             Snapshot – Data Center Construction Market in South Africa 2019−2025

Exhibit 60             Data Center Construction Market in South Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 61             Market in South Africa by Area 2019−2025 (thousand square feet)

Exhibit 62             Market in South Africa by Power Capacity 2019−2025 (MW)

Exhibit 63             Data Center Construction Infrastructure Market in South Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 64             Snapshot – Data Center Construction Market in Morocco 2019−2025

Exhibit 65             Market in Morocco 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 66             Market in Morocco by Area 2019−2025 (Thousand Square Feet)

Exhibit 67             Market in Morocco by Power Capacity 2019−2025 (MW)

Exhibit 68             Data Center Construction Infrastructure Market in Morocco 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 69             Snapshot – Data Center Construction Market in Egypt 2019−2025

Exhibit 70             Market in Egypt 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 71             Market in Egypt by Area 2019–2025 (thousands of square feet)

Exhibit 72             Market in Egypt by Power Capacity 2019–2025 (MW)

Exhibit 73             Data Center Construction Infrastructure Market in Egypt 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 74             Snapshot – Data Center Construction Market in Kenya 2019−2025

Exhibit 75             Market in Kenya 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 76             Market in Kenya by Area 2019─2025 (Thousand Square Feet)

Exhibit 77             Market in Kenya by Power Capacity 2019─2025 (MW)

Exhibit 78             Data Center Construction Infrastructure Market in Kenya 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 79             Snapshot – Data Center Construction Market in Nigeria 2019−2025

Exhibit 80             Market in Nigeria 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 81             Market in Nigeria by Area 2019─2025 (Thousand Square Feet)

Exhibit 82             Market in Nigeria by Power Capacity 2019─2025 (MW)

Exhibit 83             Data Center Construction Infrastructure Market in Nigeria 2019─2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 84             Snapshot – Data Center Construction Market in Other African Countries 2019−2025

Exhibit 85             Market in Other African Countries 2019−2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 86             Market in Other African Countries by Area 2019−2025 (Thousand Square Feet)

Exhibit 87             Market in Other African Countries by Power Capacity 2019−2025 (MW)

Exhibit 88             Data Center Construction Infrastructure Market in Other African Countries2019−2025 ($ million)

               

List of Tables    

Table 1                  Key Caveats

Table 2                  Currency Conversion 2013−2019

Table 3                  COVID-19 Impact on Africa Data Center Construction Market

Table 4                  Data Center Site Selection Criteria

Table 5                  ABB: Product Offerings

Table 6                  Caterpillar: Product Offerings

Table 7                  Cummins: Product Offerings

Table 8                  Eaton: Product Offerings

Table 9                  Schneider Electric: Product Offerings

Table 10               Stulz: Product Offerings

Table 11               Rittal: Product Offerings

Table 12               Vertiv: Product Offerings

Table 13               Africa Data Center Construction Market 2019−2025

Table 14               Data Center Construction Infrastructure Market in Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 15               Electrical Infrastructure Construction Market in Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 16               Mechanical Infrastructure Construction Market in Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 17               Cooling Systems Construction Market in Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 18               Market by Cooling Techniques 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 19               General Construction Market in Africa 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 20               Market by Tier Standards 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 21               Market by Investment 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 22               Africa Data Center Construction Market by Area 2019−2025 (Thousand Square Feet)

Table 23               Market by Power Capacity 2019−2025 (MW)

Table 24               Data Center Construction Market in South Africa 2019−2025

Table 25               Infrastructure Market in South Africa 2019−2025($ million)

Table 26               Data Center Construction Market in Morocco 2019−2025

Table 27               Infrastructure Market in Morocco 2019−2025($ million)

Table 28               Data Center Construction Market in Egypt 2019−2025

Table 29               Infrastructure Market in Egypt 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 30               Data Center Construction Market in Kenya 2019−2025

Table 31               Infrastructure Market in Kenya 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 32               Data Center Construction Market in Nigeria 2019−2025

Table 33               Infrastructure Market in Nigeria 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 34               Data Center Construction Market in Other African Countries 2019−2025

Table 35               Infrastructure Market in Other African Countries 2019−2025 ($ million)

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