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THE U.S. HYPERSCALE DATA CENTER MARKET SIZE WAS VALUED AT USD 55.68 BILLION IN 2022 AND IS EXPECTED TO REACH USD 71.55 BILLION BY 2028, GROWING AT A CAGR OF 4.27%.

The U.S. Hyperscale Data Center Market Research Report Includes Size, Share, and Growth in Terms of

  • Infrastructure: IT Infrastructure, Electrical Infrastructure, Mechanical Infrastructure, and General Infrastructure
  • IT Infrastructure: Server Infrastructure, Storage Infrastructure, Network Infrastructure
  • Electrical Infrastructure: UPS Systems, Generators, Transfer Switches & Switchgear, Power Distribution Units, and Other Electrical Infrastructure
  • Mechanical Infrastructure: Cooling Systems, Racks, and Other Mechanical Infrastructure
  • Cooling Systems: CRAC & CRAH Units, Chiller Units, Cooling Towers, Condensers & Dry Coolers, Economizers & Evaporative Coolers, and Other Cooling Units
  • Cooling Technique: Air-based Cooling Technique and Liquid-based Cooling Technique
  • General Construction: Core & Shell Development, Installation & Commissioning Services, Engineering & Building Design, Physical Security, Fire Detection & Suppression, and DCIM/BMS Solutions
  • Tier Standards: Tier I & Tier II, Tier III, and Tier IV
  • Geography: Southeastern US, Midwestern US, Southwestern US, Western US, and Northeastern US

Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast 2023–2028.

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U.S. HYPERSCALE DATA CENTER MARKET REPORT SCOPE

Report Attribute Details
Market Size (2028) USD 71.55 Billion
Market Size (2022) USD 55.68 Billion
CAGR BY REVENUE (2022-2028) 4.27%
MARKET SIZE - AREA (2028) 20.27 Million Square Feet
POWER CAPACITY (2028) 2,856 MW
BASE YEAR 2022
FORECAST YEAR 2023-2028
MARKET SEGMENTS Infrastructure, IT Infrastructure, Electrical Infrastructure, Mechanical Infrastructure, Cooling Systems, Cooling Technique, General Construction, Tier Standards, and Geography
GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS Southeastern US, Midwestern US, Southwestern US, Western US, and Northeastern US

MARKET OVERVIEW

The U.S. hyperscale data center market was valued at USD 55.68 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 71.55 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 4.27%. The U.S. region is the most mature market and is witnessing continuous growth in development and operations. The growing popularity of IoT, the emergence of 5G networks, the adoption of cloud-based services, and the demand for streaming online entertainment content at high speeds are the major factors driving the growth of the data center market in the United States. Also, the availability of tax incentives, free cooling, and renewable energy in the U.S. will likely attract more investors to the U.S. hyperscale data center market.

Some preferred locations by hyperscale and colocation operators in the U.S. hyperscale data center market include Virginia, California, Texas, Illinois, Oregon, Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Ohio, and others. Virginia and Texas are the leading states in investments in 2022 owing to the major investments by hyperscalers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google, and Meta (Facebook). However, due to location and land constraints, hyperscalers are less likely to develop and invest in the Northeastern region.

Overall, the data center market in the US is a dynamic and rapidly evolving industry. With the continued growth of the digital economy, the demand for data center infrastructure is expected to increase in the coming years. Operators will need to continue to innovate and invest in new infrastructure to meet the needs of their customers. Further, some trends and enablers that will contribute to the growth of the U.S. hyperscale data center market are:

  • The Surge in M&A and JV activities
  • The Surge in rack power density
  • Deployment of microgrids in data centers
  • Adoption of cloud-based services
  • Connectivity improvement with other countries
  • 5G connectivity and edge data center development
  • Innovative UPS battery technologies

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • The U.S. government will promote data center investments through various initiatives, such as increasing the availability of land for development, reducing electricity tariffs, grants and loans, partnerships, infrastructure development, and enabling the procurement of renewable energy. These initiatives reflect the importance of the data center industry to the U.S. economy and the need for continued innovation and investment in data center infrastructure.
  • Digitization is a crucial factor in the growth of data centers in the USA. The explosion of data has created a significant demand for data center services, including cloud computing, big data analytics, and AI. The trend is expected to continue as new technologies emerge, increasing the demand for data center services. Telecom companies such as AT&T, T-Mobile, CenturyLink, and Qualcomm are responsible for deploying and introducing 5G services in the US.
  • The trend of procuring renewable energy to power facilities by data center operators will likely continue during the forecast period. Several operators are signing power purchase agreements with renewable energy companies.
  • The U.S. hyperscale data center market will likely witness new players' entry. In 2022, some new entrants included AUBix, Edge Centres, Corscale Data Centers, Yondr, Quantum Loophole, and others. However, these new players will face competition from local and established global players.
  • Supply chain disruption, increasing inflation rates, shortage of skilled workforce, and political disturbance with Russia will likely harm the U.S. hyperscale data center market.

SEGMENTATION INSIGHTS

  • Adopting modular power infrastructure in the USA's data center market offers businesses greater flexibility and control over their power management, enabling them to meet the growing demand for computing resources while minimizing energy consumption and costs.
  • The utilization of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) in the USA's data centers has become increasingly popular due to its ability to optimize performance, reduce costs, and improve efficiency. Automation and AI are applied in predictive maintenance, energy efficiency, security, performance optimization, network management, and data analysis. As businesses seek to maximize efficiency and performance while minimizing costs and environmental impact, adopting automation and AI solutions in the U.S. hyperscale data center market is expected to continue growing in the coming years.
  • In terms of cooling systems, free cooling techniques have grown significantly in the U.S. hyperscale data center market over the last few years across regions with favorable climatic conditions that can use evaporative/adiabatic coolers for data center cooling purposes.
  • Data centers in the USA continually search for innovative ways to reduce energy consumption, decrease costs, and promote sustainability. One approach is implementing innovative heating designs to help achieve these goals. These designs utilize geothermal heating, waste heat recovery, and solar heating technologies to capture and reuse server or environment-generated heat. By adopting these innovative heating designs, operators can improve efficiency, reduce costs, and support environmental sustainability. As a result, adoption of these technologies is expected to continue to increase in the coming years.
  • The average general construction cost across the U.S. in the year 2022 was between USD 8 - USD 9 million per MW. However, the cost might change based on locations, increases in commodity price, inflation, and supply chain constraints.
  • Apart from the construction, installation, and commissioning services, data centers also invest in improving physical security, monitoring, and management of facilities through data center infrastructure management (DCIM) on a real-time basis.

GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

  • The Southeastern region has North Virginia, considered the data center capital of the world, and has the highest concentration of data center facilities.
  • Virginia, Texas, California, and Georgia are among the top states, attractive locations for hyperscale investments. Operators such as Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Meta (Facebook), Switch, QTS Realty Trust, and others are building large data centers in these states. Further expansion of these facilities will also be in the pipeline in the coming years.
  • Arizona offers various incentives to companies operating in the Foreign Trade Zone. Businesses in the trade zone are eligible for up to a 72.9% reduction in state real and personal property taxes.
  • The Northeastern region did not receive any hyperscale development in 2022 owing to space constraints in building hyperscale facilities, especially in regions with traditionally high demand, such as New York and New Jersey. Expansions are taking place in large-scale colocation facilities in the region.
  • The IT, cloud, entertainment & media, and retail sectors were major contributors to the overall demand in Salt Lake City, with IT & cloud contributing to over 35% of the overall demand.
  • Chicago is currently touted as one of the fastest-growing markets globally and is expected to witness significant growth in the coming years.

VENDOR LANDSCAPE

  • Several vendors, including Schneider Electric, Rittal, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Delta Electronics, offer infrastructure based on the Open Compute Project (OCP) design. This trend is expected to drive market revenue growth for these vendors, given the increasing preference among organizations for solutions such as 48V DC UPS systems.
  • The major hyperscale operators investing in the U.S. hyperscale data center market include Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, Meta (Facebook), and Google.
  • In the United States, colocation providers are constructing facilities in stages based on market demand. In the coming years, there is anticipated to be an increased need for higher capacity systems in a 2N redundancy configuration for power infrastructure across multiple facilities.
  • The major colocation operators that are active in the U.S. hyperscale data center market include Equinix, Digital Realty, Switch, QTS Realty Trust, Iron Mountain, DataBank, Vantage Data Centers, CyrusOne, CloudHQ, Compass Datacenters, and others.
  • Increasing data center activities across the country are expected to be a significant revenue source for construction contractors. Several well-known construction contractors, including AECOM, Arup, Corgan, DPR Construction, Fortis Construction, Holder Construction, Jacobs, and Turner Construction, are poised to benefit from this trend.
  • The U.S. hyperscale data center market also witnessed several new entrants, such as AUBix, Corscale Data, PowerHouse Data Centers, Quantum Loophole, and Yondr.

Frequently Asked Questions

How big is the U.S. hyperscale data center market?

The U.S. hyperscale data center market size was valued at USD 55.68 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 71.55 billion by 2028.

What is the growth rate of the U.S. hyperscale data center market?

The U.S. hyperscale data center market share is growing at a CAGR of 4.27% from 2022-2028.

What is the estimated market size in terms of area in the U.S. hyperscale data center market by 2028?

Regarding area, the U.S. hyperscale data center market is expected to reach 20.27 million square feet by 2028.

What are the key trends in the U.S. hyperscale data center market?

A rise in rack power density, sustainability measures adopted by facilities operators, adoption of advanced UPS batteries, sustainable and innovative data center technologies, and AI boosting liquid immersion & direct-to-chip cooling adoption are key trends in the U.S. hyperscale data center market.

How many MW of power capacity is expected to reach the U.S. hyperscale data center market by 2028?

In the U.S. hyperscale data center market, power capacity is expected to reach 2,856 MW by 2028.

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The U.S. hyperscale data center market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.27% from 2022 to 2028.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the U.S. hyperscale data center market during the forecast period:

  • Significant Development of Data Center Facilities by Colocation Operators
  • Continued Investments by Hyperscale Operators in The U.S.
  • Tax and Sales Incentives
  • The Adoption of Cloud-Based Services
  • Big Data & IoT Driving the Data Center Market

Base Year: 2022

Forecast Year: 2023–2028

The study considers the present scenario of the U.S. hyperscale data center market and its market dynamics for 2023−2028. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspects of the industry. It profiles and examines leading and prominent companies operating in the market.

Key Data Center IT Infrastructure Providers

  • Arista Networks
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Atos
  • Broadcom
  • Cisco Systems
  • DataDirect Networks
  • Dell Technologies
  • Extreme Networks
  • Fujitsu
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • IBM
  • Intel 
  • Infortrend technology
  • Inspur
  • Juniper Networks
  • Lenovo
  • MiTAC Holdings
  • Micron technology
  • NetApp
  • Nimbus Data
  • Pivot3
  • QNAP Systems
  • Quanta Cloud Technology
  • Supermicro
  • Synology
  • Violin (Storcentric)
  • Western Digital
  • Wiwynn (Wistron Corporation)

Key Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers

  • ABB
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Delta Electronics
  • Eaton
  • Legrand
  • Rolls-Royce
  • Schneider Electric
  • STULZ
  • Vertiv

Other Data Center Support Infrastructure Providers

  • Airedale
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Alfa Laval
  • Asetek
  • Bloom Energy
  • Carrier
  • Condair
  • Cormant
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • Data Aire
  • Enlogic
  • FNT Software
  • Generac Power Systems
  • Green Revolution Cooling (GRC)
  • HITEC Power Protection
  • Johnson Controls
  • KOHLER
  • KyotoCooling
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Natron Energy
  • NetZoom
  • Nlyte Software
  • Rittal
  • Siemens
  • Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
  • Tripp Lite
  • Yanmar (HIMOINSA)
  • ZincFive

Key Data Center Contractors

  • AECOM
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Arup
  • Corgan
  • DPR Construction
  • Fortis Construction
  • Holder Construction
  • Jacobs
  • Rogers-O’Brien Construction
  • Syska Hennessy Group
  • Turner Construction

Other Data Center Contractors

  • BlueScope Construction
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Balfour Beatty US
  • Bell / Knott & Associates
  • Burns & Mcdonell
  • Clune Construction
  • Gensler
  • Fluor Corporation
  • Gilbane Building Company
  • Gibbens Drake Scott
  • HDR
  • HITT Contracting
  • Hoffman Construction
  • JE Dunn Construction
  • kW Mission Critical Engineering
  • Linesight
  • M+W Group (Exyte)
  • Morrison Hershfield
  • Mortenson
  • PCL Construction
  • Rosendin
  • Salute Mission Critical
  • Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects
  • Skanska
  • Southland Industries
  • Sturgeon Electric Company
  • The Mulhern Group
  • The Walsh Group
  • The Weitz Company
  • TRINITY Group Construction
  • TGRWA

Key Data Center Investors

  • Apple
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
    • Key News
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • CyrusOne
  • DataBank
  • Digital Realty
  • Equinix
  • Google
  • Meta (Facebook)
  • Microsoft
  • NTT Global Data Centers
  • Vantage Data Centers

Other Data Center Investors

  • Aligned
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
    • Key News
  • American Tower
  • CloudHQ
  • Cologix
  • Compass Datacenters
  • COPT Data Center Solutions
  • CoreSite
  • Cyxtera Technologies
  • DartPoints
  • DC BLOX
  • EdgeCore Internet Real Estate
  • EdgeConneX
  • EdgePresence
  • Element Critical
  • Evoque
  • Flexential
  • fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (1547)
  • GIGA Data Centers
  • H5 Data Centers
  • Iron Mountain
  • Netrality Data Centers
  • Novva Data Centers
  • Prime Data Centers
  • Sabey Data Centers
  • Skybox Datacenters
  • Stream Data Centers
  • STACK Infrastructure
  • Switch
  • T5 Data Centers
  • TierPoint

New Entrants

  • AUBix
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Corscale Data Centers
  • PowerHouse Data Centers
  • Quantum Loophole
  • Yondr

The report includes the investment in the following areas:

Infrastructure

  • IT Infrastructure
  • Electrical Infrastructure
  • Mechanical Infrastructure
  • General Infrastructure

IT Infrastructure

  • Server Infrastructure
  • Storage Infrastructure
  • Network Infrastructure

Electrical Infrastructure

  • UPS Systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgear
  • Power Distribution Units
  • Other Electrical Infrastructure

Mechanical Infrastructure

  • Cooling Systems
  • Racks
  • Other Mechanical Infrastructure

Cooling Systems

  • CRAC & CRAH Units
  • Chiller Units
  • Cooling Towers, Condensers & Dry Coolers
  • Economizers & Evaporative Coolers
  • Other Cooling Units

Cooling Technique

  • Air-based Cooling Technique
  • Liquid-based Cooling Technique

General Construction

  • Core & Shell Development
  • Installation & Commissioning Services
  • Engineering & Building Design
  • Physical Security
  • Fire Detection & Suppression
  • DCIM/BMS Solutions

Tier Standards

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

Geography

  • Southeastern US
  • Midwestern US
  • Southwestern US
  • Western US
  • Northeastern US
  1. REPORT COVERAGE

1.1. WHAT IS INCLUDED

1.2. SEGMENTAL COVERAGE

1.2.1. Market Segmentation by Infrastructure

1.2.2. Market Segmentation by IT Infrastructure

1.2.3. Market Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure

1.2.4. Market Segmentation by Mechanical Infrastructure

1.2.5. Market Segmentation by Cooling System

1.2.6. Market Segmentation by Cooling Techniques

1.2.7. Market Segmentation by General Construction

1.2.8. Market Segmentation by Tier Standards

 

  1. MARKET AT A GLANCE
  2. SEGMENTAL & GEOGRAPHICAL SNAPSHOT
  3. INFRASTRUCTURE SEGMENTATION
  4. PREMIUM INSIGHTS

5.1. MARKET OVERVIEW

5.2. KEY HIGHLIGHTS

5.3. SEGMENTATION ANALYSIS

5.4. GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

5.5. VENDOR ANALYSIS

 

  1. INTRODUCTION

6.1. OVERVIEW

 

  1. MARKET OPPORTUNITIES & TRENDS

7.1. RISE IN RACK POWER DENSITY

7.2. SUSTAINABILITY MEASURES ADOPTED BY DATA CENTER OPERATORS

7.3. ADOPTION OF ADVANCED UPS BATTERIES

7.4. SUSTAINABLE AND INNOVATIVE DATA CENTER TECHNOLOGIES

7.5. AI BOOSTING LIQUID IMMERSION & DIRECT-TO-CHIP COOLING ADOPTION

 

  1. MARKET GROWTH ENABLERS

8.1. SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENT OF DATA CENTER FACILITIES BY COLOCATION OPERATORS.

8.2. CONTINUED INVESTMENTS BY HYPERSCALE OPERATORS IN THE US

8.3. TAX AND SALES INCENTIVES

8.4. ADOPTION OF CLOUD-BASED SERVICES

8.5. BIG DATA & IOT DRIVING THE DATA CENTER MARKET

 

  1. MARKET RESTRAINTS

9.1. SITE SELECTION HINDRANCES TO DATA CENTER DEVELOPMENT

9.2. SECURITY CHALLENGES IMPACTING DATA CENTER GROWTH

9.3. SKILLED WORKFORCE SHORTAGES & DISCRIMINATION

9.4. SUPPLY CHAIN DISRUPTIONS HAMPERING GROWTH

9.5. POWER AND WATER CONSUMPTION BY DATA CENTERS

9.6. CONCERNS OVER CARBON EMISSIONS FROM DATA CENTERS

 

  1. MARKET LANDSCAPE

10.1. MARKET OVERVIEW

10.2. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

10.3. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

10.4. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

10.5. IT INFRASTRUCTURE: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

10.6. SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

 

  1. INFRASTRUCTURE

11.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

11.2. IT INFRASTRUCTURE

11.2.1. Market Overview

11.2.2. Market Size & Forecast

11.3. ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

11.3.1. Market Overview

11.3.2. Market Size & Forecast

11.4. MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

11.4.1. Market Overview

11.4.2. Market Size & Forecast

11.5. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION

11.5.1. Market Overview

11.5.2. Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. IT INFRASTRUCTURE

12.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

12.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

12.3. SERVER INFRASTRUCTURE

12.3.1. Market Overview

12.3.2. Market Size & Forecast

12.4. STORAGE INFRASTRUCTURE

12.4.1. Market Overview

12.4.2. Market Size & Forecast

12.5. NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE

12.5.1. Market Overview

12.5.2. Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

13.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

13.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

13.3. UPS SYSTEMS

13.3.1. Market Overview

13.3.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

13.4. GENERATORS

13.4.1. Market Overview

13.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

13.5. TRANSFER SWITCHES & SWITCHGEAR

13.5.1. Market Overview

13.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

13.6. PDUS

13.6.1. Market Overview

13.6.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

13.7. OTHER ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

13.7.1. Market Overview

13.7.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

14.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

14.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

14.3. COOLING SYSTEMS

14.3.1. Market Overview

14.3.2. Market Size & Forecast

14.4. RACKS

14.4.1. Market Overview

14.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

14.5. OTHER MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

14.5.1. Market Overview

14.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. COOLING SYSTEMS

15.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

15.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

15.3. CRAC & CRAH UNITS

15.3.1. Market Overview

15.3.2. Market Size & Forecast

15.4. CHILLER UNITS

15.4.1. Market Overview

15.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

15.5. COOLING TOWERS, CONDENSERS, & DRY COOLERS

15.5.1. Market Overview

15.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

15.6. ECONOMIZERS & EVAPORATIVE COOLERS

15.6.1. Market Overview

15.6.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

15.7. OTHER COOLING UNITS

15.7.1. Market Overview

15.7.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. COOLING TECHNIQUE

16.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

16.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

16.3. AIR-BASED COOLING

16.3.1. Market Overview

16.3.2. Market Size & Forecast

16.4. LIQUID-BASED COOLING

16.4.1. Market Overview

16.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION

17.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

17.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

17.3. CORE & SHELL DEVELOPMENT

17.3.1. Market Overview

17.3.2. Market Size & Forecast

17.4. INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING SERVICES

17.4.1. Market Overview

17.4.2. Market Size & Forecast

17.5. ENGINEERING & BUILDING DESIGN

17.5.1. Market Overview

17.5.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

17.6. FIRE DETECTION & SUPPRESSION

17.6.1. Market Overview

17.6.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

17.7. PHYSICAL SECURITY

17.7.1. Market Overview

17.7.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

17.8. DCIM/BMS SOLUTIONS

17.8.1. Market Overview

17.8.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. TIER STANDARDS

18.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

18.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

18.3. TIER I & II

18.3.1. Market Overview

18.3.2. Market Size & Forecast

18.4. TIER III

18.4.1. Market Overview

18.4.2. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

18.5. TIER IV

18.5.1. Market Overview

18.5.2. Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. GEOGRAPHY
  2. SOUTHEASTERN US

20.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

20.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

20.3. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

20.3.1. Virginia

20.3.2. Georgia

20.3.3. Tennessee

20.3.4. Florida

20.3.5. Alabama

20.3.6. Other States

20.4. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

20.4.1. Virginia

20.4.2. Georgia

20.4.3. Tennessee

20.4.4. Florida

20.4.5. Alabama

20.4.6. Other States

20.5. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN SOUTHEASTERN US

20.6. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

20.6.1. Virginia

20.6.2. Georgia

20.6.3. Tennessee

20.6.4. Florida

20.6.5. Alabama

20.6.6. Other States

20.7. MARKET BY INFRASTRUCTURE

20.7.1. Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

20.7.2. Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

20.7.3. General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. MIDWESTERN US

21.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

21.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

21.3. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

21.3.1. Ohio

21.3.2. Illinois

21.3.3. Nebraska

21.3.4. Missouri

21.3.5. Other States

21.4. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

21.4.1. Ohio

21.4.2. Illinois

21.4.3. Missouri

21.4.4. Nebraska

21.4.5. Other States

21.5. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN MIDWESTERN US

21.6. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

21.6.1. Illinois

21.6.2. Minnesota

21.6.3. Ohio

21.6.4. Other States

21.7. MARKET BY INFRASTRUCTURE

21.7.1. Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

21.7.2. Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

21.7.3. General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. SOUTHWESTERN US

22.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

22.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

22.3. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

22.3.1. Texas

22.3.2. Arizona

22.4. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

22.4.1. Texas

22.4.2. Arizona

22.5. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN SOUTHWESTERN US

22.6. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

22.6.1. Texas

22.6.2. Arizona

22.7. MARKET BY INFRASTRUCTURE

22.7.1. Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

22.7.2. Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

22.7.3. General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. WESTERN US

23.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

23.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

23.3. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

23.3.1. California

23.3.2. Nevada

23.3.3. Utah

23.3.4. Oregon

23.3.5. Other States

23.4. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

23.4.1. California

23.4.2. Oregon

23.4.3. Nevada

23.4.4. Utah

23.4.5. Other States

23.5. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN WESTERN US

23.6. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

23.6.1. California

23.6.2. Nevada

23.6.3. Utah

23.6.4. Oregon

23.6.5. Other States

23.7. INFRASTRUCTURE: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

23.7.1. Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

23.7.2. Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

23.7.3. General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. NORTHEASTERN US

24.1. MARKET SNAPSHOT & GROWTH ENGINE

24.2. MARKET OVERVIEW

24.3. INVESTMENT: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

24.3.1. New Jersey

24.3.2. Connecticut

24.3.3. New York

24.3.4. Pennsylvania

24.3.5. Other states

24.4. AREA: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

24.4.1. New Jersey

24.4.2. New York

24.4.3. Connecticut

24.4.4. Pennsylvania

24.4.5. Other states

24.5. ELECTRICITY PRICING IN NORTHEASTERN US

24.6. POWER CAPACITY: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

24.6.1. Pennsylvania

24.6.2. Connecticut

24.6.3. Other States

24.7. INFRASTRUCTURE: MARKET SIZE & FORECAST

24.7.1. Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

24.7.2. Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

24.7.3. General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

25.1. IT INFRASTRUCTURE

25.1.1. Server Infrastructure

25.1.2. Storage Infrastructure

25.1.3. Network Infrastructure

25.2. ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

25.3. MECHANICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

25.4. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION

 

  1. KEY DATA CENTER IT INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS

26.1. ARISTA NETWORKS

26.1.1. Business Overview

26.1.2. Product Offerings

26.2. ATOS

26.2.1. Business Overview

26.2.2. Product Offerings

26.3. BROADCOM

26.3.1. Business Overview

26.3.2. Product Offerings

26.4. CISCO SYSTEMS

26.4.1. Business Overview

26.4.2. Product Offerings

26.5. DATADIRECT NETWORKS

26.5.1. Business Overview

26.5.2. Product Offerings

26.6. DELL TECHNOLOGIES

26.6.1. Business Overview

26.6.2. Product Offerings

26.7. EXTREME NETWORKS

26.7.1. Business Overview

26.7.2. Product Offerings

26.8. FUJITSU

26.8.1. Business Overview

26.8.2. Product Offerings

26.9. HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE (HPE)

26.9.1. Business Overview

26.9.2. Product Offerings

26.10. HITACHI VANTARA

26.10.1. Business Overview

26.10.2. Product Offerings

26.11. IBM

26.11.1. Business Overview

26.11.2. Product Offerings

26.12. INTEL

26.12.1. Business Overview

26.12.2. Product Offerings

26.13. INFORTREND TECHNOLOGY

26.13.1. Business Overview

26.13.2. Product Offerings

26.14. INSPUR

26.14.1. Business Overview

26.14.2. Product Offerings

26.15. JUNIPER NETWORKS

26.15.1. Business Overview

26.15.2. Product Offerings

26.16. LENOVO

26.16.1. Business Overview

26.16.2. Product Offerings

26.17. MITAC HOLDINGS

26.17.1. Business Overview

26.17.2. Product Offerings

26.18. MICRON TECHNOLOGY

26.18.1. Business Overview

26.18.2. Product Offerings

26.19. NETAPP

26.19.1. Business Overview

26.19.2. Product Offerings

26.20. NIMBUS DATA

26.20.1. Business Overview

26.20.2. Product Offerings

26.21. PIVOT3

26.21.1. Business Overview

26.21.2. Product Offerings

26.22. QNAP SYSTEMS

26.22.1. Business Overview

26.22.2. Product Offerings

26.23. QUANTA CLOUD TECHNOLOGY (QUANTA COMPUTER)

26.23.1. Business Overview

26.23.2. Product Offerings

26.24. SUPERMICRO

26.24.1. Business Overview

26.24.2. Product Offerings

26.25. SYNOLOGY

26.25.1. Business Overview

26.25.2. Product Offerings

26.26. VIOLIN (STORCENTRIC)

26.26.1. Business Overview

26.26.2. Product Offerings

26.27. WESTERN DIGITAL

26.27.1. Business Overview

26.27.2. Product Offerings

26.28. WIWYNN (WISTRON CORPORATION)

26.28.1. Business Overview

26.28.2. Product Offerings

 

  1. KEY DATA CENTER SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS

27.1. ABB

27.1.1. Business Overview

27.1.2. Product Offerings

27.2. CATERPILLAR

27.2.1. Business Overview

27.2.2. Product Offerings

27.3. CUMMINS

27.3.1. Business Overview

27.3.2. Product Offerings

27.4. DELTA ELECTRONICS

27.4.1. Business Overview

27.4.2. Product Offerings

27.5. EATON

27.5.1. Business Overview

27.5.2. Product Offerings

27.6. LEGRAND

27.6.1. Business Overview

27.6.2. Product Offerings

27.7. ROLLS-ROYCE

27.7.1. Business Overview

27.7.2. Product Offerings

27.8. SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

27.8.1. Business Overview

27.8.2. Product Offerings

27.9. STULZ

27.9.1. Business Overview

27.9.2. Product Offerings

27.10. VERTIV

27.10.1. Business Overview

27.10.2. Product Offerings

 

  1. OTHER DATA CENTER SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS

28.1. AIREDALE

28.1.1. Business Overview

28.1.2. Product Offerings

28.1.3. Key News

28.2. ALFA LAVAL

28.2.1. Business Overview

28.2.2. Product Offerings

28.3. ASETEK

28.3.1. Business Overview

28.3.2. Product Offerings

28.4. BLOOM ENERGY

28.4.1. Business Overview

28.4.2. Product Offerings

28.5. CARRIER

28.5.1. Business Overview

28.5.2. Product Offerings

28.6. CONDAIR

28.6.1. Business Overview

28.6.2. Product Offerings

28.7. CORMANT

28.7.1. Business Overview

28.7.2. Product Offerings

28.8. CYBER POWER SYSTEMS

28.8.1. Business Overview

28.8.2. Product Offerings

28.9. DATA AIRE

28.9.1. Business Overview

28.9.2. Product Offerings

28.10. ENLOGIC

28.10.1. Business Overview

28.10.2. Product Offerings

28.11. FNT SOFTWARE

28.11.1. Business Overview

28.11.2. Product Offerings

28.12. GENERAC POWER SYSTEMS

28.12.1. Business Overview

28.12.2. Service Offerings

28.13. GREEN REVOLUTION COOLING (GRC)

28.13.1. Business Overview

28.13.2. Service Offerings

28.14. HITEC POWER PROTECTION

28.14.1. Business Overview

28.14.2. Product Offerings

28.15. JOHNSON CONTROLS

28.15.1. Business Overview

28.15.2. Product Offerings

28.16. KOHLER

28.16.1. Business Overview

28.16.2. Product Offerings

28.17. KYOTOCOOLING

28.17.1. Business Overview

28.17.2. Product Offerings

28.18. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC

28.18.1. Business Overview

28.18.2. Product Offerings

28.19. NATRON ENERGY

28.19.1. Business Overview

28.19.2. Product Offerings

28.20. NETZOOM

28.20.1. Business Overview

28.20.2. Product Offerings

28.21. NLYTE SOFTWARE

28.21.1. Business Overview

28.21.2. Product Offerings

28.22. RITTAL

28.22.1. Business Overview

28.22.2. Product Offerings

28.23. SIEMENS

28.23.1. Business Overview

28.23.2. Product Offerings

28.24. TRANE (INGERSOLL RAND)

28.24.1. Business Overview

28.24.2. Product Offerings

28.25. TRIPP LITE

28.25.1. Business Overview

28.25.2. Product Offerings

28.26. YANMAR (HIMOINSA)

28.26.1. Business Overview

28.26.2. Product Offerings

28.27. ZINCFIVE

28.27.1. Business Overview

28.27.2. Product Offerings

28.27.3. Key News

 

  1. KEY DATA CENTER CONTRACTORS

29.1. AECOM

29.1.1. Business Overview

29.1.2. Service Offerings

29.2. ARUP

29.2.1. Business Overview

29.2.2. Service Offerings

29.3. CORGAN

29.3.1. Business Overview

29.3.2. Service Offerings

29.4. DPR CONSTRUCTION

29.4.1. Business Overview

29.4.2. Service Offerings

29.5. FORTIS CONSTRUCTION

29.5.1. Business Overview

29.5.2. Service Offerings

29.6. HOLDER CONSTRUCTION

29.6.1. Business Overview

29.6.2. Service Offerings

29.7. JACOBS

29.7.1. Business Overview

29.7.2. Service Offerings

29.8. ROGERS-O’BRIEN CONSTRUCTION

29.8.1. Business Overview

29.8.2. Service Offerings

29.9. SYSKA HENNESSY GROUP

29.9.1. Business Overview

29.9.2. Service Offerings

29.10. TURNER CONSTRUCTION

29.10.1. Business Overview

29.10.2. Service Offerings

 

  1. OTHER DATA CENTER CONTRACTORS

30.1. BLUESCOPE CONSTRUCTION

30.1.1. Business Overview

30.1.2. Service Offerings

30.2. BALFOUR BEATTY

30.2.1. Business Overview

30.2.2. Service Offerings

30.3. BELL /KNOTT ASSOCIATES

30.3.1. Business Overview

30.3.2. Service Offerings

30.4. BURNS & MCDONELL

30.4.1. Business Overview

30.4.2. Service Offerings

30.5. CLUNE CONSTRUCTION

30.5.1. Business Overview

30.5.2. Service Offerings

30.6. GENSLER

30.6.1. Business Overview

30.6.2. Service Offerings

30.7. FLUOR CORPORATION

30.7.1. Business Overview

30.7.2. Service Offerings

30.8. GILBANE BUILDING COMPANY

30.8.1. Business Overview

30.8.2. Service Offerings

30.9. GIBBENS DRAKE SCOTT

30.9.1. Business Overview

30.9.2. Service Offerings

30.10. HDR

30.10.1. Business Overview

30.10.2. Service Offerings

30.11. HITT CONTRACTING

30.11.1. Business Overview

30.11.2. Service Offerings

30.12. HOFFMAN CONSTRUCTION

30.12.1. Business Overview

30.12.2. Service Offerings

30.13. JE DUNN CONSTRUCTION

30.13.1. Business Overview

30.13.2. Service Offerings

30.14. KW MISSION CRITICAL ENGINEERING

30.14.1. Business Overview

30.14.2. Service Offerings

30.15. LINESIGHT

30.15.1. Business Overview

30.15.2. Service Offerings

30.16. M+W GROUP (EXYTE)

30.16.1. Business Overview

30.16.2. Service Offerings

30.17. MORRISON HERSHFIELD

30.17.1. Business Overview

30.17.2. Service Offerings

30.18. MORTENSON

30.18.1. Business Overview

30.18.2. Service Offerings

30.19. PCL Construction

30.19.1. Business Overview

30.19.2. Service Offering

30.20. ROSENDIN

30.20.1. Business Overview

30.20.2. Service Offerings

30.21. SALUTE MISSION CRITICAL

30.21.1. Business Overview

30.21.2. Service Offerings

30.22. SHEEHAN NAGLE HARTRAY ARCHITECTS

30.22.1. Business Overview

30.22.2. Service Offerings

30.23. SKANSKA

30.23.1. Business Overview

30.23.2. Service Offerings

30.24. SOUTHLAND INDUSTRIES

30.24.1. Business Overview

30.24.2. Service Offerings

30.25. STURGEON ELECTRIC COMPANY

30.25.1. Business Overview

30.25.2. Service Offerings

30.26. THE MULHERN GROUP

30.26.1. Business Overview

30.26.2. Service Offerings

30.27. THE WALSH GROUP

30.27.1. Business Overview

30.27.2. Service Offerings

30.28. THE WEITZ COMPANY

30.28.1. Business Overview

30.28.2. Service Offerings

30.29. TRINITY GROUP CONSTRUCTION

30.29.1. Business Overview

30.29.2. Service Offerings

30.30. TGRWA

30.30.1. Business Overview

30.30.2. Service Offering

 

  1. KEY DATA CENTER INVESTORS

31.1. APPLE

31.1.1. Business Overview

31.1.2. Service Offerings

31.1.3. Key News

31.2. AMAZON WEB SERVICES (AWS)

31.2.1. Business Overview

31.2.2. Service Offerings

31.2.3. Key News

31.3. CYRUSONE

31.3.1. Business Overview

31.3.2. Service Offerings

31.4. DIGITAL REALTY

31.4.1. Business Overview

31.4.2. Service Offerings

31.4.3. Key News

31.5. EQUINIX

31.5.1. Business Overview

31.5.2. Service Offerings

31.6. GOOGLE

31.6.1. Business Overview

31.6.2. Service Offerings

31.6.3. Key News

31.7. META (FACEBOOK)

31.7.1. Business Overview

31.7.2. Service Offerings

31.7.3. Key News

31.8. MICROSOFT

31.8.1. Business Overview

31.8.2. Service Offerings

31.8.3. Key News

31.9. NTT GLOBAL DATA CENTERS

31.9.1. Business Overview

31.9.2. Service Offerings

31.9.3. Key News

31.10. QTS REALTY TRUST

31.10.1. Business Overview

31.10.2. Service Offerings

31.10.3. Key News

31.11. VANTAGE DATA CENTERS

31.11.1. Business Overview

31.11.2. Service Offerings

31.11.3. Key News

 

  1. OTHER DATA CENTER INVESTORS

32.1. ALIGNED

32.1.1. Business Overview

32.1.2. Service Offerings

32.1.3. Key News

32.2. AMERICAN TOWER

32.2.1. Business Overview

32.2.2. Service Offerings

32.2.3. Key News

32.3. CLOUDHQ

32.3.1. Business Overview

32.3.2. Service Offerings

32.3.3. Key News

32.4. COLOGIX

32.4.1. Business Overview

32.4.2. Service Offerings

32.4.3. Key News

32.5. COMPASS DATACENTERS

32.5.1. Business Overview

32.5.2. Service Offerings

32.5.3. Key News

32.6. COPT DATA CENTER SOLUTIONS

32.6.1. Business Overview

32.6.2. Service Offerings

32.6.3. Key News

32.7. CORESITE

32.7.1. Business Overview

32.7.2. Service Offerings

32.7.3. Key News

32.8. CYXTERA TECHNOLOGIES

32.8.1. Business Overview

32.8.2. Service Offerings

32.9. DARTPOINTS

32.9.1. Business Overview

32.9.2. Service Offerings

32.9.3. Key News

32.10. DC BLOX

32.10.1. Business Overview

32.10.2. Service Offerings

32.10.3. Key News

32.11. EDGECORE INTERNET REAL ESTATE

32.11.1. Business Overview

32.11.2. Service Offerings

32.12. EDGECONNEX

32.12.1. Business Overview

32.12.2. Service Offerings

32.12.3. Key News

32.13. ELEMENT CRITICAL

32.13.1. Business Overview

32.13.2. Service Offerings

32.13.3. Key News

32.14. EVOQUE

32.14.1. Business Overview

32.14.2. Service Offerings

32.14.3. Key News

32.15. FLEXENTIAL

32.15.1. Business Overview

32.15.2. Service Offerings

32.15.3. Key News

32.16. FIFTEENFORTYSEVEN CRITICAL SYSTEMS REALTY (1547)

32.16.1. Business Overview

32.16.2. Service Offerings

32.16.3. Key News

32.17. GIGA DATA CENTERS

32.17.1. Business Overview

32.17.2. Service Offerings

32.18. H5 DATA CENTERS

32.18.1. Business Overview

32.18.2. Service Offerings

32.18.3. Key News

32.19. IRON MOUNTAIN

32.19.1. Business Overview

32.19.2. Service Offerings

32.19.3. Key News

32.20. NETRALITY DATA CENTERS

32.20.1. Business Overview

32.20.2. Service Offerings

32.20.3. Key News

32.21. NOVVA DATA CENTERS

32.21.1. Business Overview

32.21.2. Service Offerings

32.21.3. Key News

32.22. PRIME DATA CENTERS

32.22.1. Business Overview

32.22.2. Service Offerings

32.22.3. Key News

32.23. SABEY DATA CENTERS

32.23.1. Business Overview

32.23.2. Service Offerings

32.23.3. Key News

32.24. SKYBOX DATACENTERS

32.24.1. Business Overview

32.24.2. Service Offerings

32.24.3. Key News

32.25. STREAM DATA CENTERS

32.25.1. Business Overview

32.25.2. Service Offerings

32.25.3. Key News

32.26. STACK INFRASTRUCTURE

32.26.1. Business Overview

32.26.2. Service Offerings

32.26.3. Key News

32.27. SWITCH

32.27.1. Business Overview

32.27.2. Service Offerings

32.27.3. Key News

32.28. T5 DATA CENTERS

32.28.1. Business Overview

32.28.2. Service Offerings

32.29. TIERPOINT

32.29.1. Business Overview

32.29.2. Service Offerings

32.29.3. Key News

 

  1. NEW ENTRANTS

33.1. AUBIX

33.1.1. Business Overview

33.1.2. Service Offerings

33.2. CORSCALE DATA CENTERS

33.2.1. Business Overview

33.2.2. Service Offerings

33.3. POWERHOUSE DATA CENTERS

33.3.1. Business Overview

33.3.2. Service Offerings

33.4. QUANTUM LOOPHOLE

33.4.1. Business Overview

33.4.2. Service Offerings

33.4.3. Key News

33.5. YONDR

33.5.1. Business Overview

33.5.2. Service Offerings

33.5.3. Key News

 

  1. REPORT SUMMARY

34.1. KEY TAKEAWAYS

 

  1. QUANTITATIVE SUMMARY

35.1. US HYPERSCALE DATA CENTER MARKET

35.1.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

35.1.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

35.2. MARKET SEGMENTATIOn

35.2.1. IT Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

35.2.2. Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

35.2.3. Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

35.2.4. Cooling Systems: Market Size & Forecast

35.2.5. Cooling Techniques: Market Size & Forecast

35.2.6. General Construction: Market Size & Forecast

35.2.7. Tier Standards: Market Size & Forecast

35.3. GEOGRAPHICAL SEGMENTATION

35.3.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

35.3.2. Area: Market Size & Forecast

35.3.3. Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast

35.4. SOUTHEASTERN US

35.4.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

35.4.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

35.5. SOUTHWESTERN US

35.5.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

35.5.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

35.6. WESTERN US

35.6.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

35.6.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

35.7. MIDWESTERN US

35.7.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

35.7.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

35.8. NORTHEASTERN US

35.8.1. Investment: Market Size & Forecast

35.8.2. Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

 

  1. APPENDIX

36.1. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

36.2. CURRENCY CONVERSION

Exhibits 1: Market Expertise

Exhibits 2: Industry Coverage

Exhibits 3: Data Center Expertise

Exhibits 4: What We Deliver to Our Clients

Exhibits 5: Market Estimation

Exhibits 6: Countries Available

Exhibits 7: Snapshot of Existing & Upcoming Data Center

Exhibits 8: Investment

Exhibits 9: Research Sources

Exhibits 10: US Hypercale Data Center Market 2022-2028: Overview

Exhibits 11: Segmental & Geographical Snapshot

Exhibits 12: Infrastructure Segmentation

Exhibits 13: Region-based Split

Exhibits 14: US Hyperscale Data Center Market Overview

Exhibits 15: Rack Power Density across Data Center Facility Type

Exhibits 16: Global Rack Power Density Adoption 2022

Exhibits 17: Factors Considered to Achieve Sustainability

Exhibits 18: Overview of Some Renewable Energy Companies Operating in the US

Exhibits 19: TCO: VRLA vs. Lithium-ion & Nickel Zinc

Exhibits 20: Advantages of Software-Defined Systems to Monitor Infrastructure

Exhibits 21: Hyperscale Data Center Investments in the US in 2022 (No. of Projects)

Exhibits 22: Sales and VAT Across Cities in Northeastern US 2022 (%)

Exhibits 23: Sales and VAT Across Cities in the Southeastern US 2022 (%)

Exhibits 24: Sales and VAT across Cities in Midwestern US 2022 (%)

Exhibits 25: Sales and VAT across Cities in the Southwestern US 2022 (% share)

Exhibits 26: Sales and VAT Across Cities in the Western US 2022 (%)

Exhibits 27: Cloud Regions Across US 2022

Exhibits 28: Hybrid Cloud Structure

Exhibits 29: Use of Big Data and IoT Across Industries

Exhibits 30: Outage Costs 2022

Exhibits 31: Major Source of Data Center Outage 2022

Exhibits 32: Some Common Threats to Edge Computing

Exhibits 33: Operators Struggling to Find the Qualified Staff (2022 vs 2021)

Exhibits 34: Employment of Women in the Data Center Industry

Exhibits 35: Introduction of AI to Reduce Data Center Staffing

Exhibits 36: Data Center Construction Cost 2021 & 2022 ($/watt)

Exhibits 37: Survey Conducted by Uptime Institute on Supply Chain

Exhibits 38: Overview of the US Hyperscale Data Center Market

Exhibits 39: US Hyperscale Data Center Market 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 40: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Area 2022–2028 (million square feet)

Exhibits 41: Industrial Land Price per Square Feet across US Cities 2022 ($)

Exhibits 42: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Power Capacity 2022–2028 (MW)

Exhibits 43: Renewable Energy Capacity in US 2021

Exhibits 44: US Hyperscale Data Center IT Infrastructure Market 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 45: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Support Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 46: Support Infrastructure Split based on Type and Sub-segment

Exhibits 47: Segmental Snapshot

Exhibits 48: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by IT Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 49: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 50: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 51: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by General Construction 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 52: Cumulative Investment Opportunity by IT Infrastructure

Exhibits 53: US Hyperscale Data Center Server Infrastructure Market 2022–2029 ($ billion)

Exhibits 54: US Hyperscale Data Center Storage Infrastructure Market 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 55: US Hyperscale Data Center Network Infrastructure Market 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 56: Cumulative Investment Opportunity by Electrical Infrastructure

Exhibits 57: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by UPS Systems 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 58: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Generators Market 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 59: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Transfer Switches & Switchgear Market 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 60: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by PDUs Market 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 61: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 62: Cumulative Investment Opportunity by Mechanical Infrastructure

Exhibits 63: US Hyperscale Data Center Market Cooling Systems 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 64: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Racks 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 65: US Hyperscale Data Center Market Other Mechanical Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 66: Cumulative Investment Opportunity by Cooling Systems

Exhibits 67: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by CRAC & CRAH Units 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 68: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Chiller Units 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 69: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Cooling Towers, Condensers & Dry Coolers 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 70: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Economizers & Evaporative Coolers 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 71: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Other Cooling Units 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 72: Cumulative Investment Opportunity by Cooling Technique

Exhibits 73: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Air-Based Cooling 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 74: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Liquid-Based Cooling 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 75: Cumulative Investment Opportunity by General Construction

Exhibits 76: Overview of the US Hyperscale Data Center Market by General Construction

Exhibits 77: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Core & Shell Development 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 78: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Installation & Commissioning Services 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 79: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Engineering & Building Design 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 80: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Fire Detection & Suppression 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 81: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Physical Security 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 82: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by DCIM/BMS Solutions 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 83: Cumulative Investment Opportunity by Tier Standards

Exhibits 84: Overview of the US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Tier Standards

Exhibits 85: US Hyperscale Data Center Tier I & Tier II Market 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 86: US Hyperscale Data Center Tier III Market 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 87: US Hyperscale Data Center Tier IV Market 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 88: Southeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market Overview

Exhibits 89: Southeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 90: Southeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Area 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 91: Electricity Pricing in Southeastern US 2022 & 2023 (cents/kW)

Exhibits 92: Southeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Power Capacity 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 93: Southeast Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 94: Midwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market Overview

Exhibits 95: Midwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 96: Midwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Area 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 97: Electricity Pricing in Midwestern US 2022 & 2023 (cents/kW)

Exhibits 98: Midwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Power Capacity 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 99: Midwestern US Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 100: Southwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market Overview

Exhibits 101: Southwestern US Data Center Market by Investment 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 102: Southwestern US Data Center Market by Area 2022-2028 ($ Billion)

Exhibits 103: Electricity Pricing in Southwestern US 2022 & 2023 (cents/kW)

Exhibits 104: Southwestern US Data Center Market by Power Capacity 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 105: Southwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 106: Western US Hyperscale Data Center Market Overview

Exhibits 107: Western US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Investment 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 108: Western US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Area 2022-2028 ($ million)

Exhibits 109: Electricity Pricing in Western US 2022 & 2023 (cents/kW)

Exhibits 110: Western US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Power Capacity 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 111: Western US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 112: Northeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market Overview

Exhibits 113: Northeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Investment 2022-2028 ($ billion)

Exhibits 114: Northeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Investment 2022-2028 ($ Billion)

Exhibits 115: Electricity Pricing in Northeastern US 2022 & 2023 (cents/kW)

Exhibits 116: Northeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Power Capacity 2022-2028 (MW)

Exhibits 117: Northeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022-2028 ($ billion)

LIST OF TABLES

 

Table 1: List of Cloud On-ramp Services Offered by Cloud Operators

Table 2: Data Center Investments in Southeastern US (2022–2028)

Table 3: Land Purchase & Acquisition by Operators 2022

Table 4: Renewable Energy Investment by Data Center Operators

Table 5: Data Center Investments in Midwestern US 2022

Table 6: Renewable Energy Investments by Data Center Operators

Table 7: Data Center Investments in Southwestern US 2022

Table 8: Land Purchase & Acquisition by Operators in 2022

Table 9: Renewable Energy Investments by Data Center Operators

Table 10: Data Center Investments in Western US 2022

Table 11: Land Purchases & Acquisitions by Operators 2022

Table 12: Renewable Energy Investment by Data Center Operators

Table 13: Data Center Investments in Northeastern US (2022)

Table 14: US Hyperscale Data Center Market 2022–2028

Table 15: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 16: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by IT Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 17: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Electrical Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 18: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Mechanical Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 19: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Cooling Systems 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 20: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Cooling Systems 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 21: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by General Construction 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 22: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Cooling Systems 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 23: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Geography 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 24: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Area 2022–2028 (million square feet)

Table 25: US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Power Capacity 2022–2028 (MW)

Table 26: Southeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market 2022–2028

Table 27: Southeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 28: Southwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market 2022–2028

Table 29: Southwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 30: Western US Hyperscale Data Center Market 2022–2028

Table 31: Western US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 32: Midwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market 2022–2028

Table 33: Midwestern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 34: Northeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market 2022–2028

Table 35: Northeastern US Hyperscale Data Center Market by Infrastructure 2022–2028 ($ billion)

Table 36: Currency Conversion 2016-2022

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