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英国のデータセンター建設市場の分析

Data Centre Construction Market Report - UK 2018-2022

発行 AMA Research 商品コード 221328
出版日 ページ情報 英文 74 Pages
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英国のデータセンター建設市場の分析 Data Centre Construction Market Report - UK 2018-2022
出版日: 2018年03月28日 ページ情報: 英文 74 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、英国におけるデータセンター建設市場について分析し、データセンター関連市場の規模と動向、データセンター建設市場の現状と将来展望、今後の動向とその要因、主な請負業者のプロファイルや関連市場の動向などについて調査しています。

第1章 イントロダクション

  • 背景
  • 情報源
  • 用語集

第2章 サマリー・将来展望

  • サマリー
  • 将来展望

第3章 経済環境

  • GDP
  • インフレーション・利子率
  • 失業率
  • 家計消費
  • 住宅・建設
  • 為替レート
  • 人口プロファイル
  • 結論

第4章 英国のデータセンター産業

  • 産業概要
  • 階層構造
  • データセンター市場の構造

第5章 データセンター建設市場

  • 定義
  • 市場の概要
  • 市場規模
    • 背景
    • 現状
    • 将来展望
  • 市場ミックス
  • データセンター建設プロジェクトの特徴
    • 背景
    • 設計
    • 主な構成要素
    • 費用
    • サイトの選択

第6章 主な市場変動要因

  • インターネット利用レベル
  • ITアウトソーシングのレベル
  • クラウドコンピューティングの成長
  • データセンター最適化戦略
  • 法規制と基準
  • 二酸化炭素削減およびグリーンエネルギー要求基準
  • 建設の技術革新と近代的手法

第7章 主な市場部門

  • 概要
  • 商用プロバイダー部門
    • ホールセール・プロバイダー
    • コロケーション・プロバイダー
    • ホスティング/マネージドサービス・プロバイダー
  • 公共部門
  • 民間部門
    • 背景
    • 金融サービス
    • オンライン小売・レジャー
    • 通信業者・ISP
    • 放送・コンテンツプロバイダー・ソーシャルメディア

第8章 サプライヤー・請負業者および利用製品

  • 主な請負業者・コンサルタント企業
    • データセンター・コンサルタント
    • 建設業者
    • M&EおよびIT請負業者
    • 特殊請負業者
  • データセンター建設用の主な製品
    • 概要
    • 電力・ケーブル・電気機器関係
    • 空調関係
    • セキュリティおよびアクセス・コントロール関係
    • 防火関係
    • その他の製品

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目次
Product Code: bld99

The 4th edition of the report 'Data Centre Construction Market Report - UK 2018-2022' values the construction market for data centres and provides a thorough review of the structure and performance of the market from 2013 to 2022.

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Key sections covered:

  • Review of market structure - data centre operators, ownership, customer groups, classification and data centre types.
  • Data centre construction market overview - state of the market, key sectors, mix between newbuild and RMI.
  • Market performance - market size in value terms, growth levels and forecasts to 2022.
  • Key influences - legislation & regulations, energy efficiency, government investment and strategy, shift to cloud computing etc.
  • Contracting and supply - corporate activity and major projects.
  • Key product sectors in data centre construction.


Areas of particular interest include:

  • Review of the commercial sector incorporating co-location and wholesale providers.
  • Government strategy regarding IT and take-up of cloud-based solutions.
  • Analysis of the main sectors, e.g. commercial, private and public including trends and construction output, projects and prospects.
  • Key trends and drivers in the data centre industry - the increasing adoption of cloud computing/services, virtualisation, data centre optimisation strategies, focus on whole life cost and energy efficiency and an increase in outsourcing etc.
  • Analysis of leading data centre operators/contractors and recent mergers & acquisitions.
  • Detailed market data and insight on the data centre construction market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.

Some of the companies included:

2bm, AIT Partnership Group, Amazon Web Services, ARK Data centres, Balfour Beatty Group, Balfour Beatty, Briggs & Forrester Group, Buro Happold, Capitoline, CBRE Managed Services, Crown House Technologies Data Solutions, Crown House Technologies, Cundall, Digital Realty, Emcor Group (UK) Plc, Engie FM Ltd, ENGIE, Equinix, Facilitas TES, Future-Tech, Galloway Group, Gratte Brothers, Hewlett Packard (HP) Enterprise Data Centre Facilities Consulting Services Portfolio, Hilson Moran, HP Enterprise Services, Hurley Palmer Flatt, Imtech Technical Services, Infiniti IT, INS Sudlows, Integral UK, Interior Services Group, Interserve Construction Ltd, ITM Communications, KeySource, Lorne Stewart, Mace Construction, Michael J Lonsdale, Microsoft Data Centre Services, Mountfiel, PLC, NG Bailey Group Ltd, On365, Procol, Red Engineering, SES Ltd (Shepherd Engineering Services), Skanska Rashleigh Weatherfoil, SPIE Ltd, Spie Matthew Hall, SSE Contracting, StructureTone Mission Critical, T Clarke Plc, Waterman Group, Weatherite Building Services, Workspace Technology, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, and more.

Data centre industry overview and construction

  • The UK data centre industry - brief overview, development and structure.
  • Key trends and drivers in the data centre industry.
  • Market structure and classifications - delivery channels, customer groups, operators, data centre estate ownership structure, the Tier Standard and data centre types.
  • Data centre construction market overview - the state of the market, capacity, key sectors.
  • Market performance - market size in value terms, growth levels from 2013-2017 and growth projections to 2022.
  • Key trends influencing construction - growth in cloud computing, consolidation, energy efficiency / outsourcing, shift to co-location etc., UK locations and areas of demand.
  • Market mix - share of newbuild, upgrade/replacement and repair/maintenance.
  • Project characteristics - typical size, build time and cost, site selection and design issues.
  • Key product sectors - Value of products in data centres, product mix, value by sector.

Key market drivers and influences

  • Review of past, current and future internet usage levels and trends in UK and Europe.
  • Analysis of current and forecast IP Traffic and types of Internet traffic.
  • Information about legislation and standards affecting the market. Review of government's data centre consolidation project, IT expenditure and strategy.
  • The impact of the growth in cloud computing and the use of virtualisation strategies.

Key market trends and influences

  • Review of past, current and future internet usage levels and trends in UK and Europe.
  • Analysis of current and forecast IP Traffic and types of Internet traffic.
  • Information about legislation and standards affecting the market. Review of government's data centre consolidation project, IT expenditure and strategy.
  • The impact of the growth in cloud computing and the use of virtualisation strategies. Analysis of the impact of IT outsourcing and review of recent market activity.

Key market sectors

  • Estimated output by value - historical trends and forecasts, in the commercial, public and private sectors - 2013-2022.
  • Market mix by end-use sector. Key market drivers, influences and prospects in each main market.
  • Project types, existing stock, key construction clients and major projects in each sector.
  • Private sector market - key sub-sectors, influences in each, key clients.
  • Commercial sector - wholesale, co-location and managed services providers, trends etc.
  • Public sector market - government IT spend by function and by department.

Suppliers and contractors

  • Consultants - procurement process, the role of consultants, key consultants.
  • Contractors - types of contractors, leading companies, mergers & acquisitions.
  • Products in data centres - review of each major product sector, including value, important market influences and key suppliers. Includes power and electrical equipment, cooling and air conditioning, networking equipment, security, access control and fire protection.

Report Summary

The market for data centre construction has experienced growth from 2015 onwards. The market performance has been positive in recent years, with a strong take up of space within the co-location sector from late 2015 onwards. The commercial sector has experienced the greatest level of growth, boosted my major data investments from global players in 2016. In contrast, expenditure in the public sector has fallen slightly as the Government's cloud-first policy has led to increased outsourcing and use of wholesale and co-location providers to reduce its IT expenditure.

In 2016 and 2017, the data centre construction market benefitted from major investment decisions from Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and IBM. In 2017, Google opened a data centre in London to improve its cloud offering. In addition, there are several major new data centres being developed across the UK, which should provide further impetus to the market in the next year or two.

Demand for data storage is being driven by the increasing levels of online activity, huge growth in the number of connected devices and changes in the way online services are delivered, with a growing adoption of cloud computing technology. Increasing cloud take-up is supporting the growth of the commercial and co-location sector, as it reduces the need for businesses to own and maintain their own IT infrastructure.

In terms of contractors, the data centre market is very fragmented. While most large M&E contracting businesses are key players, companies involved in data centre construction range from major building contracting groups and commercial developers, to data centre specialists and operators, modular building manufacturers and IT equipment suppliers.

Going forward, indications are that construction output within the data centre sector will rise consistently from 2016 onwards, driven by steady overall construction output, but primarily by underlying factors driving greater IT and internet usage. The commercial sector is expected to drive construction growth, while the trend towards outsourcing data centre services from both the public sector and private businesses is likely to lead to relatively modest growth in these sectors.

Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION

  • 1.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION
  • 1.3 GLOSSARY

2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY & MARKET PROSPECTS

  • 2.1 SUMMARY 92.2 MARKET PROSPECTS

3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

  • 3.1 GDP
  • 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES
  • 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT
  • 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION
  • 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION
  • 3.6 STERLING
  • 3.7 POPULATION PROFILE
  • 3.8 CONCLUSIONS

4. UK DATA CENTRE INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

  • 4.1 INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • 4.2 THE TIER STRUCTURE
  • 4.3 DATA CENTRE MARKET STRUCTURE

5. THE CONSTRUCTION MARKET FOR DATA CENTRES

  • 5.1 DEFINITION
  • 5.2 MARKET OVERVIEW
  • 5.3 MARKET SIZE
    • 5.3.1 Market Size and Trends
    • 5.3.2 Market Prospects
  • 5.4 MARKET MIX
  • 5.5 CHARACTERISTICS OF DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
    • 5.5.1 Background
    • 5.5.2 Design
    • 5.5.3 Key Components
    • 5.5.4 Cost
    • 5.5.5 Site Selection

6. KEY MARKET DRIVERS

  • 6.1 INTERNET USAGE LEVELS
    • 6.1.1 IP and Internet Traffic
    • 6.1.2 Broadband Availability and Take-Up
    • 6.1.3 Public Wi-fi and Mobile Data
  • 6.2 LEVELS OF IT OUTSOURCING
  • 6.3 GROWTH IN CLOUD COMPUTING
  • 6.4 DATA CENTRE OPTIMISATION STRATEGIES
  • 6.5 LEGISLATION & STANDARDS
  • 6.6 CARBON REDUCTION & GREEN ENERGY REQUIREMENTS
  • 6.7 INNOVATION & MODERN METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION

7. KEY MARKET SECTORS

  • 7.1 OVERVIEW
  • 7.2 COMMERCIAL PROVIDER SECTOR
    • 7.2.1 Wholesale Providers
    • 7.2.2 Co-location Providers
    • 7.2.3 Hosting/ Cloud /Managed Service Providers
  • 7.3 PUBLIC SECTOR
    • 7.3.1 UK Government IT Spend and Data Centre Estate
    • 7.3.2 UK Government ICT Strategy
  • 7.4 PRIVATE SECTOR
    • 7.4.1 Background
    • 7.4.2 Financial Services
    • 7.4.3 Online Retail & Leisure
    • 7.4.4 Telecoms Providers & ISPs
    • 7.4.5 Broadcasting, Content Providers & Social Media

8. SUPPLIERS, CONTRACTORS AND PRODUCTS

  • 8.1 KEY CONTRACTORS & CONSULTANTS
    • 8.1.1 Data Centre Consultants
    • 8.1.2 Building Contractors
    • 8.1.3 M&E and IT Contractors
    • 8.1.4 Specialist Contractors
  • 8.2 KEY PRODUCT SECTORS IN DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION
    • 8.2.1 Overview
    • 8.2.2 Power, Cabling and Electrical
    • 8.2.3 Cooling & Air Conditioning
    • 8.2.4 Security & Access Control
    • 8.2.5 Fire Protection
    • 8.2.6 Other Products

TABLES AND CHARTS

  • CHART 1: UK MARKET FOR DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION 2013 TO 2022 - BY VALUE (£MILLION) 9
  • TABLE 2: GDP DATA - 2015-2017 - KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 12
  • CHART 3: INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2022 14
  • CHART 4: PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2022 15
  • TABLE 5: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2014-2020 - STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 16
  • TABLE 6: OVERVIEW OF THE TIER STANDARD 20
  • CHART 7: MARKET STRUCTURE FOR DATA CENTRE SERVICE DELIVERY 21
  • CHART 8: OWNERSHIP BY TYPE OF ORGANISATION - % BY FLOORSPACE 2017 22
  • TABLE 9: UK DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION MARKET 2013 TO 2022 BY VALUE (£M) 24
  • CHART 10: MARKET MIX BY TYPE OF WORK UNDERTAKEN (NEW BUILD, RMI, REFURBISHMENT) - % BY VALUE 2017 28
  • CHART 11: DATA CENTRE BUILD COST BREAKDOWN - % BY VALUE 2017 32
  • TABLE 12: IP/INTERNET TRAFFIC FORECASTS UK 2016-2021 34
  • CHART 13: % SHARE OF IP TRAFFIC BY TYPE OF DEVICE, UK - 2016 TO 2021 35
  • TABLE 14: MAJOR EUROPEAN ECONOMIES - INTERNET ACCESS, TAKE-UP AND DATA USAGE 2016 35
  • TABLE 15: BROADBAND AND INTERNET STATISTICS UK 2015-2017 36
  • TABLE 16: MOBILE DATA STATISTICS UK 2015-2017 37
  • CHART 17: MIX BY SERVER TYPE - % BY VOLUME 2017 41
  • CHART 18: CONSTRUCTION MARKET MIX BY CLIENT (PUBLIC, PRIVATE, COMMERCIAL) % BY VALUE 2017 47
  • CHART 19: DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION MARKET - COMMERCIAL PROVIDER SECTOR 2013- 2022 (£M) 49
  • TABLE 20: RECENT PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENTS - COMMERCIAL SECTOR 50
  • CHART 21: CO-LOCATION FACILITIES CLIENT MIX - % BY VOLUME 2017 53
  • CHART 22: DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION MARKET - PUBLIC SECTOR 2013-2022 (£M) 55
  • TABLE 23: SELECTED UK GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS ICT SPEND - BY VALUE 2015/16 57
  • CHART 24: DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION MARKET - PRIVATE SECTOR 2013-2022 (£M) 59C
  • CHART 25: UK ONLINE BANKING PENETRATION - % OF ADULTS 2009- 2017 61
  • TABLE 26: E-COMMERCE PENETRATION RATES IN THE UK 2009-2017 - % OF UK ADULTS 62
  • CHART 27: USAGE OF INTERNET - % OF UK ADULTS 2017 63
  • TABLE 28: TOP M&E CONTRACTORS IN THE UK BY M&E TURNOVER 66
  • CHART 29: DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCT MIX - % BY VALUE 2017 69
  • TABLE 30: VALUE OF PRODUCT SECTORS USED IN DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION BY VALUE 2017 70
  • CHART 31: POWER & ELECTRICAL - PRODUCT MIX BY VALUE 2017 (%) 71
  • CHART 32: SECURITY SYSTEMS - PRODUCT MIX BY VALUE 2017 (%) 74

COUNTRIES COVERED: UK

COMPANIES MENTIONED:

2bm, AIT Partnership Group, Amazon Web Services, ARK Data centres, Balfour Beatty Group, Balfour Beatty, Briggs & Forrester Group, Buro Happold, Capitoline, CBRE Managed Services, Crown House Technologies Data Solutions, Crown House Technologies, Cundall, Digital Realty, Emcor Group (UK) Plc, Engie FM Ltd, ENGIE, Equinix, Facilitas TES, Future-Tech, Galloway Group, Gratte Brothers, Hewlett Packard (HP) Enterprise Data Centre Facilities Consulting Services Portfolio, Hilson Moran, HP Enterprise Services, Hurley Palmer Flatt, Imtech Technical Services, Infiniti IT, INS Sudlows, Integral UK, Interior Services Group, Interserve Construction Ltd, ITM Communications, KeySource, Lorne Stewart, Mace Construction, Michael J Lonsdale, Microsoft Data Centre Services, Mountfiel, PLC, NG Bailey Group Ltd, On365, Procol, Red Engineering, SES Ltd (Shepherd Engineering Services), Skanska Rashleigh Weatherfoil, SPIE Ltd, Spie Matthew Hall, SSE Contracting, StructureTone Mission Critical, T Clarke Plc, Waterman Group, Weatherite Building Services, Workspace Technology, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, and more.

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