The increase in colocation spaces will contribute to the growing revenues in the data center cooling market in APAC.
Arizton’s recent market research report on the data center cooling market in APAC 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 and liquid-based), by liquid cooling technique (water-based technique and direct liquid and immersion cooling technique), by cooling systems (CRAC & CRAH, chiller, cooling towers & dry coolers, economizers & evaporative coolers, and other units), by geography (China & Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, and Rest of APAC), and offers detailed competitive analysis.
The data center cooling market in APAC is estimated to generate revenues of more than $2 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of over 9% during 2017-2023.
The market research report also offers market size by cooling systems during the forecast period. Companies such as Apple, Facebook, Google, AWS, Microsoft, Alibaba, Baidu, OVH, and China Telecom are investing billions of dollars for hyperscale construction, thereby driving the demand in the APAC market. The deployment of modular facilities along with integrated power and cooling components into containment solutions or rack-level modular solutions will transform the data center cooling market in APAC.
The top 3 drivers and trends augmenting the growth of the data center cooling market in APAC are discussed below:
Increase in investment by colocation and managed service providers
The increasing investments made by colocation and managed service providers will propel the growth of the APAC market. The exponential growth of business digitalization and increasing penetration of smartphones will encourage enterprises to collocate spaces in the APAC market. The top service providers are offering colocation, managed services, interconnection, and cloud connectivity solutions to attract the maximum number of consumers in the market. Global Switch plans to expand its Hong Kong facility, and GDS Services is continuously investing in datacenter development adding 400,000 square feet of space every year in the market. The increase in colocation spaces will contribute to the growing revenues in the data center cooling market in APAC. The rising aim to reduce CAPEX and OPEX, operating green facilities, high-density IT infrastructure, and hybrid infrastructure services will help reduce latency in the APAC market. The BFSI, cloud service providers, media and entertainment, and government agencies are demanding new and efficient spaces in the market. Additionally, the growing construction of retail and wholesale colocation spaces will drive the demand in the APAC market.
Rise of Dynamic Cooling Management
The evolution of the cooling systems used across facilities will result in the revolution of the data center cooling market in APAC. The innovations across systems in facilities is leading to the use of IT infrastructure coupled with technologies such as virtualization in the market. The increase in rack power density necessitated the use of highly efficient systems that consume less energy and water in the APAC market. The focus on reducing power consumption will lead to the implementation of dynamic cooling management across facilities in the APAC market. The cooling systems in the market are equipped to supply cold air to the racks are programmed to be intelligent and dynamic. These systems will result in significant cost savings in facility operations across the APAC market. For instance, Vigilent is among the pure-play vendor involved in providing dynamic control software to save power consumption to up to 40% in datacenters in the market. The mix of datacenter deployment that includes support of up to 40 kW per rack as well as 10 kW per rack will drive the need for this software in the APAC market.
Prefabricated Infrastructure and Self-build Facilities Enable Market Growth
The rising in the deployment of prefabricated infrastructure and self-build datacenters is positively impacting the data center cooling market in APAC. The modular solutions provided by infrastructure vendors in the market include pre-fabricated facilities, racks, and containment systems. These solutions reduce the time needed to develop a new facility or create an additional data hall in the market. Colocation providers are leasing spaces from other providers to respond to the customer requirement rapidly and are driving the need for intelligent systems in the APAC market. The modular infrastructures are designed to offer energy efficiency and to support high rack density in the market. Vendors are continuously innovating to improve the efficiency of cooling systems in these modular set-ups to attract maximum consumers in the APAC market.
Leading Vendors –
- Schneider Electric
The complete overview of the latest market research report on data center cooling market in APAC by Arizton is now available.
The report also offers a detailed study of major trends, drivers, challenges, and also provides the market size and forecast for major geographical regions and key countries.
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