GERMANY DATA CENTER INDUSTRY INSIGHTS
- Germany is the second largest data center colocation market in Europe, with an estimated revenue of over USD 1 billion generated in 2020.
- Over 78% of organizations in Germany have adopted cloud services for at least one service, which is expected to grow at a rate of 2%-3% YoY during the forecast period.
- In 2020, over 32 smart city projects were selected and funded with over USD 420 million dollars to accelerate digital transformation in Germany.
- To make data centers climate neutral by 2030, data center operators and trade associations are committed to the European green deal. In Germany, T-Systems, ScaleUp Technologies, noris network, and others are part of this European green deal.
- The adoption of advanced technologies such as AI and big data analytics will increase the demand for high-performance all-flash storage arrays among data center facilities in Germany.
COMPARISON BETWEEN EXISTING AND UPCOMING AREA
WHY SHOULD YOU BUY THIS RESEARCH?
- Market size available in terms of investment, area, power capacity, and colocation revenue.
- An assessment of the Germany data center market investment by colocation, hyperscale, and enterprise operators.
- Data center investments in terms of area (square feet) and power capacity (MW) across Thailand.
- A detailed study of the existing Germany data center market landscape, an in-depth industry analysis, and insightful predictions about the data center market size during the forecast period.
- Snapshot of existing and upcoming third-party facilities in the country
- Facilities Covered (Existing): 128
- Facilities Identified (Upcoming): 15
- Coverage: Frankfurt and Other Cities (including Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Nuremburg, Dusseldorf, among others)
- Existing vs. Upcoming (Data Center Area)
- Existing vs. Upcoming (IT Load Capacity)
- Data center colocation market in Germany by revenue & forecast (2020-2026)
- Retail Colocation Pricing
- Wholesale Colocation Pricing
- Classification of the market investments into multiple segments and sub-segments (IT, electrical, mechanical, general construction services, and tier standard) with market sizing and forecast.
- A comprehensive analysis of the latest trends, growth rate, potential opportunities, growth restraints, and prospects for the data center market.
- Business overview and product offerings of prominent IT infrastructure providers, construction contractors and sub-contractors, support infrastructure providers, and investors operating in the market.
- A transparent research methodology and the analysis of the demand and supply aspect of the market
KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE REPORT:
- Industry 4.0 and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) expect to drive the market growth in Germany between 2020 and 2026. By the end of 2021, IoT spending is likely to cross over USD 45 billion.
- In 2020, NDC-GARBE Data Centers, Vantage Data Centers, and Trusted-Colo were among the new entrants in the data center market in Germany.
- CloudHQ and L3 Logistics Parks have planned to develop hyperscale campus in Germany.
- In 2020, German power grids and utility firms spent over USD 900 million to meet data center power demands in Frankfurt.
- M&A activities continue in the Germany data center market. In 2020, Dutch investment company, Penta Infra, acquired a data center facility with over 9,000 square feet in Dusseldorf. In 2021, Penta Infra acquired another data center in Hamburg for 16.4 million.
GERMANY DATA CENTER MARKET VENDOR LANDSCAPE
China Mobile International (CMI), Colt Data Centre Services, CyrusOne, Datacenter One, Digital Realty, envia TEL, Equinix, Iron Mountain IO, noris networks, and Maincubes One are some of the data center investors in Germany. CyrusOne Frankfurt IV facility will add over 70,000 square feet area of data center space and is expected to be online by Q4 2022.
GERMANY DATA CENTER INVESTMENT COVERAGE
- IT Infrastructure
- Electrical Infrastructure
- Mechanical Infrastructure
- General Construction
- Storage Systems
- Network Infrastructure
- UPS Systems
- Transfer Switches & Switchgears
- Other Electrical Infrastructure
- Cooling Systems
- Rack Cabinets
- Other Mechanical Infrastructure
- CRAC & CRAH Units
- Cooling Towers, Condensers, and Dry Coolers
- Economizers & Evaporative Coolers
- Other Cooling Units
- Building Development
- Installation & Commissioning Services
- Building & Engineering Design
- Physical Security
- Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)
- Tier I & Tier II
- Tier III
- Tier IV
IT Infrastructure Provider - Atos, Broadcom, Cisco System, Dell Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), IBM, Lenovo, and NetApp
Data Center Construction Contractors & Sub-Contractors - AECOM, Arup, Collen Construction, DPR Construction, ICT Facilities, KLEINUNDARCHITEKTEN, Lupp Group, Max Bogl, Mercury Engineering, M+W Group (Exyte), Royal HaskoningDHV, STS Group, Winthrop Engineering, and Zech Group
Support Infrastructure Providers - ABB, Caterpillar, Cummins, Delta Electronics, Eaton, KOHLER-SDMO, Legrand, Rolls-Royce Power Systems, Piller Power Systems, Riello UPS, Rittal, Schneider Electric, Socomec, STULZ, and Vertiv
Data Center Investors - China Mobile International (CMI), Colt Data Centre Services, CyrusOne, Datacenter One, Digital Realty, envia TEL, Equinix, Iron Mountain IO, KeyWeb, Maincubes One, NDC-GARBE Data Center, NewTelco, NTT Global Data Centers, Penta Infra, Vantage Data Centers, noris network
- Datacenter Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT)
- Datacenter Construction Contractors
- Datacenter Infrastructure Providers
- New Entrants
- Consultants/Consultancies/Advisory Firms
- Corporate and Governments Agencies