The data center cooling market in Americas is expected to generate revenues of more than $2.5 billion and grow at a CAGR of around 6% during the forecast period.
Arizton’s recent market research report on the data center cooling market in Americas provides comprehensive industry analysis, trend forecasts, and competitive analysis. The research study segments the market by cooling infrastructure (cooling system and other infrastructure), by cooling technique (air-based cooling and liquid-based cooling), by cooling systems (CRAC & CARH, chiller, cooling towers & dry coolers, and evaporative coolers & economizers), tier standards (tier I and tier II, tier III, and tier IV), and geography (North America and South America).
The data center cooling market in Americas is expected to generate revenues of more than $2.5 billion and grow at a CAGR of around 6% during the forecast period. The increasing number of large and mega data center facilities with a power capacity of more than 100MW is propelling the demand in the data center cooling market in Americas. The implementation of telecommunication and cloud services across Canada and Latin Americas will boost the requirement for cooling systems in the region.
The top 3 drivers and trends driving the data center cooling market in Americas are discussed below:
Growing Demand for Colocation, Cloud, and Managed Service Providers
The growing adoption of cloud computing, IaaS, colocation, managed services is augmenting the growth of the data center cooling market in Americas. The increasing adoption of cloud computing, IaaS, colocation, and managed services is augmenting the growth of the data center cooling market in Americas.
The collaborative partnerships between colocation providers and cloud-connectivity service providers for the development of major platforms such as AWS, Microsoft, Google, Oracle, and IBM will boost the demand for cooling systems in the data center market in Americas.
The initiation of new projects by leading vendors such as Equinix, Digital Realty, and CyrusOne is fueling the requirement of innovative cooling systems in the data center market in Americas.
The increasing investment by leading vendors to offer colocation, managed services, interconnection, and cloud connectivity solutions will boost the adoption of energy efficient cooling infrastructure in the market. The use of renewable energy and rack-level cooling solutions will help vendors support high density, leverage edge market opportunities, and offer higher bandwidth and retention.
Increased Demand for Data Center at the Edge
The growth of connected devices across business and consumer segments is promoting the concept of edge computing in the data center market. The rapid deployment data centers such as modular, containerized, and performance optimized data center (POD) facilities are boosting the demand for edge data centers in the US and other countries globally. The leading vendors in the market are focusing on offering integrated cooling infrastructure that equips both chip-level cooling and rack-level cooling for data centers to attract more end-users and gain a larger market share. Furthermore, POD architectural design will surge the demand for row/rack level cooling systems in the data center market in Americas. The growing demand for effective and sustainable cooling systems for edge computing and highly functional data centers will attribute to the growth of the data center cooling market in Americas.
Free Cooling in Data Centers
Factors such as land stability and cost, power availability and cost, free cooling option, tax incentives, carrier availability, and demand are the criteria for selecting the site for constructing data centers. The leading vendors are developing data centers in colder temperatures that support free cooling at least of 9-10 months of the year. The increasing investment for new greenfield facilities in Northern US and Canadian regions will promote the growth of the data center cooling market in Americas. The Canadian government is taking initiatives to establish data center facilities in Quebec that offer benefits of free cooling throughout the year and the availability renewable hydropower. The construction of data center facilities in coastal regions and the use of seawater to cool systems will increase the use of free cooling systems in data centers in the Americas and across the global market.
The leading vendors in the data center cooling market in Americas are Airedale Air Conditioning, Rittal, Schneider Electric, STULZ, Trane (Ingersoll Rand), and Vertiv.
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