株式会社グローバルインフォメーション
TEL: 044-952-0102
市場調査レポート

ラテンアメリカのデータセンター市場

Data Centres Latin America

発行 BroadGroup 商品コード 136813
出版日 ページ情報 英文 84 Figures
納期: 即日から翌営業日
価格
こちらの商品の販売は終了いたしました。
Back to Top
ラテンアメリカのデータセンター市場 Data Centres Latin America
出版日: 2010年02月01日 ページ情報: 英文 84 Figures

当商品の販売は、2016年04月21日を持ちまして終了しました。

概要

ラテンアメリカ経済は世界的な経済危機を乗り越え、新たな勢いを増しています。同地域の経済は一様ではないものの、サンパウロやブエノスアイレス、リオデジャネイロ、サンティアゴなど主要都市部のデータセンターは一般的に堅調な推移を示しています。アルゼンチン以外の地域では、新規設立に向けた投資の兆候も認められています。調査によれば、データセンター設備の供給超過の恐れは無く、今後数年で占有面積が不足する可能性のほうが高いと伝えられています。

当レポートでは、ラテンアメリカ地域の主要7ヵ国におけるデータセンターの主要動向について調査分析し、ロケーション、占有面積、サービスデリバリーキャパシティなどデータセンター設備のプロファイル、インフラ環境、電力供給とコスト、サービスの発展と課題などをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

エグゼクティブサマリー

ブラジル

  • 経済
  • コネクティビティ
  • 市場概要
  • 企業概要
  • データセンターの市場区分
  • 買収・統合・市場の発展
  • 面積成長予測
  • 2010年に利用可能であった供給量
  • コロケーションのコスト
  • インフラの集中
  • エネルギー:電力供給の信頼性
  • 風力発電
  • データセンターにおける再生可能エネルギー
  • データセンターのエネルギー効率に対する認識
  • データセンターの電源と冷却
  • サービス
  • 需要促進因子
  • 好意的なビジネス環境、など

メキシコ

  • 経済
  • コネクティビティ
  • 市場概要
  • 企業概要
  • 面積成長予測
  • 2010年に利用可能であった供給量
  • サービス
  • エネルギー:電力供給の信頼性
  • データセンターのエネルギー効率に対する認識
  • コロケーションのコスト
  • データセンターの主要課題
  • 電源および冷却、など

アルゼンチン

  • 経済
  • コネクティビティ
  • 市場概要
  • 企業概要
  • 面積成長予測
  • エネルギー:電力供給の信頼性
  • 再生可能エネルギー
  • 水力発電
  • 風力発電
  • サービス
  • 需要促進因子、など

チリ

  • 経済
  • コネクティビティ
  • 市場概要
  • 企業概要
  • 面積成長予測
  • インフラの集中
  • エネルギー:電力供給の信頼性
  • 再生可能エネルギー
  • データセンターのエネルギーコスト (2009)
  • データセンターの電源と冷却
  • サービス
  • 環境に関する課題、など

コロンビア

  • 経済
  • コネクティビティ
  • 市場概要
  • 企業概要
  • 面積成長予測
  • 2010年に利用可能であった供給量
  • コロケーションのコスト
  • インフラの集中
  • エネルギー:電力供給の信頼性
  • 再生可能エネルギー
  • サービス
  • 市場機会、など

ペルー

  • 経済
  • コネクティビティ
  • 面積成長予測
  • 2010年に利用可能であった供給量
  • エネルギー:電力供給の信頼性
  • 再生可能エネルギー
  • サービス、など

パナマ

  • 経済
  • コネクティビティ
  • 面積成長予測
  • 2010年に利用可能であった供給量
  • サービス、など

総論

プロファイル

  • 地域の企業
目次

This is the first report that assesses the Latin America marketplace for data centres. It identifies key trends across the seven main markets: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Panama and Peru with a total of more than 200 data centres (excluding enterprise data centres). Research results provided a mixed service perspective for data centres across the continent, with basic colocation and wholesale space typically provided. This means there is much to go in terms of introducing more valuable managed services and could represent a significant opportunity for cloud services. Data centre growth will be particularly intensive in Sao Paulo and Santiago de Chile, where the economies remain more predictable.

What the report accurately portrays is the vast geography of the continent as well as its potential, and the way in which metro areas are progressively being connected using dark fibre and submarine cables. Conversely, power generation networks and grid connections remain an immense challenge as does the development of clean and renewable energy. Argentina for example has large untapped hydroelectric potential.

Moves are afoot to build wind power plants and introduce green energy across the continent. But the investment required to do so probably means this will only occur in the longer term. Nevertheless research did uncover evidence of plans for some of the new data centres under construction to be powered by renewable energy.

The report finds that although data centre businesses have largely flourished over the past two years, significant infrastructure challenges lie ahead, particularly those resulting from a lack of investment by the utility firms in power transmission, but also a lack of diversity in supply.

Having weathered the last global financial crisis, the Latin American economies are gaining new momentum. These economies are not homogeneous but data centres have generally fared well across the key metro areas of Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago de Chile, Mexico DF, Queretaro, Monterrey, Bogota, Lima and Panama. Apart from Argentina, evidence of investment in data centre new build is provided. The report suggests there is no threat of over-supply of facilities and in most cases there could be space shortages in the next few years.

Sources for growth in demand are reviewed for each country in the report. Apart from new customer segment growth and demand, it was interesting to note that in Brazil for example, a high percentage of revenue is derived from online gaming.

Demand from enterprises and multinationals present on the continent is placing new pressure on data centres  dominated by telecoms operators, systems integrators and ISPs - to upgrade their facilities at a time when they also are engaged in reviewing the need to change their business model. Research for this report has been conducted at an interesting juncture in data centre market evolution in Latin America, where although participation by carrier neutral data centres is still very limited, business models are changing and the prospect of new market entrants is increasing.

The report also discusses service development and limitations, the pricing of data centres in each country, and power pricing.

Brazil remains the largest market by space and revenue for the data centre sector. The country' s power consumption alone is more than double the combined consumption of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Uruguay.

Each country contains a detailed taxonomy of data centre location by player, service delivery capacity, data centre facility profiles, and total space. It also covers critical issues of infrastructure and power availability for each country and key player profiles.

The location of facilities determined by proximity to power plants, concentrations of business headquarters, geographically stable is quite pronounced across the continent. Locating outside the main metro areas appears to be a growing trend.

Overall the report forecasts an overall increase of 61% in space to 2014.

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Introduction and Acknowledgement
  • Research Scope
  • Research Methodology
  • Infrastructure Development Challenges
  • Latin American market overview
  • Regional Players Overview
  • Interpretation notes
  • Submarine Cables Connectivity in Latin America
  • Traffic dynamics

BRAZIL

  • The Economy
  • Connectivity
  • Market Overview
  • Players Overview
  • Market Segmentation for Data Centres
  • Acquisitions, Consolidation and the Market Evolution in Brazil
  • Space Take up
  • Space Growth Projection
  • Supply available during 2010
  • Costs of Colocation
  • Concentration of infrastructure
  • ENERGY - Reliability of power supply
  • Wind power
  • Renewable energy in Data Centres
  • Power efficiency awareness for Data Centres
  • Data Centre Power & Cooling
  • SERVICES
  • Demand drivers
  • Favourable business climate
  • Telecom and IT
  • Financial sector
  • Outsourcing acceptability
  • Regulatory issues
  • Challenges for Data Centre business
  • Power and Cooling
  • Operation Challenges
  • Space shortages
  • Increases in the cost of energy
  • Optimisation of older equipment
  • Power cuts
  • Market Challenge
  • Policy Challenges
  • Operation Challenges
  • Level of service
  • Cultural barrier, a challenge for Public sector and state enterprises
  • Greener view
  • Risk of flooding

MEXICO

  • The economy
  • Connectivity
  • Market Overview
  • Players Overview
  • Space Growth Projection
  • Supply available during 2010
  • SERVICES
  • ENERGY - Reliability of power supply
  • Power efficiency awareness for Data Centres
  • Colocation cost
  • Main challenges to Data Centres in Mexico
  • Power & Cooling
  • Data Centre location as desire by customer
  • Issues impacting on the development of Data Centres in Mexico

ARGENTINA

  • The Economy
  • Connectivity
  • Market Overview
  • Players Overview
  • Space Growth Projection
  • Take up
  • ENERGY - Reliability of power supply
  • Renewable energy
  • Hydropower
  • Wind
  • SERVICES
  • Demand drivers
  • Tolerable business climate
  • Telecom and IT
  • Financial sector, large multi nationals and government agencies
  • Outsourcing acceptability
  • Challenges for Data Centre business
  • Power and Cooling
  • Space shortages
  • Increases in the cost of energy
  • Power cuts
  • Regulatory issues
  • Lack of credits

CHILE

  • The economy
  • Connectivity
  • Market Overview
  • Players Overview
  • Space Growth Projection
  • Concentration of infrastructure
  • ENERGY - Reliability of power supply
  • Renewable energy
  • Data Centre Electricity Cost (2009)
  • Data Centre Power & Cooling
  • SERVICES
  • Green issues
  • The main reasons for using Data Centre
  • Present customer mix
  • Fastest growing sector
  • Challenges for Data Centres business
  • Power and Cooling
  • Growth responding to demand
  • Geographic location
  • Issues impacting Data Centres
  • More competition
  • Energy cost
  • Opportunities

COLOMBIA

  • The economy
  • Connectivity
  • Market Overview
  • Players Overview
  • Space Growth Projection
  • Supply available during 2010
  • Costs of Colocation
  • Concentration of infrastructure
  • ENERGY  Reliability of power supply
  • Renewable energy
  • SERVICES
  • Opportunities

PERU

  • The economy
  • Connectivity
  • Market Overview
  • Space Growth Projection
  • Supply available during 2010
  • ENERGY - Reliability of power supply
  • Renewable energy
  • SERVICES

PANAMA

  • The economy
  • Connectivity
  • Market Overview
  • Space Growth Projection
  • Supply available during 2010
  • SERVICES

CONCLUSIONS

PROFILES

  • Regional Players

Tables

  • Table 1. Data Centre operators included in the survey
  • Table 2. Data Centre accreditation
  • Table 3. Regional Players  data centre presence in Latin American cities
  • Table 4. Brazil Economic Indicators
  • Table 5. Market Segmentation for Data Centres
  • Table 6. Supply available during 2010
  • Table 7. Colocation square metre - cost per month
  • Table 8. Rack - cost per month
  • Table 9. Rack Revenue p/annum
  • Table 10. Colocation Revenue Growth Forecast
  • Table 11. Data Centre investment in Brazil
  • Table 12. Data Centre and location facilities in Brazil
  • Table 13. Wind power potential
  • Table 14. Data Centre Electricity Cost
  • Table 15. Average industrial tariff
  • Table 16. Data Centre PUE
  • Table 17. Average kW p/hr/p/rack (2009)
  • Table 18. Service Delivery Capacity in Brazil
  • Table 19. New types of customers
  • Table 20. Data Centre Facilities and Total Space in Brazil 2010
  • Table 21. Mexico Economic Indicators
  • Table 22. Data Centres market segmentation in Mexico
  • Table 23. Supply available during 2010
  • Table 24. Data Centre locations in Mexico
  • Table 25. Service Delivery Capacity in Mexico
  • Table 26. Range kW/h tariff according to region
  • Table 27. Average kW/h tariff northern Mexico
  • Table 28. PUE leading provider Mexico City
  • Table 29. Colocation rack Mexico City
  • Table 30. Data Centre Facilities and Total Space in Mexico 2010
  • Table 31. Argentina Economic Indicators
  • Table 32. Data Centres market segmentation in Argentina
  • Table 33. Data Centre investment in Argentina
  • Table 34. Supply of Space available during 2010
  • Table 35. Data Centre locations in Argentina
  • Table 36. Service Delivery Capacity in Argentina
  • Table 37. Data Centre Facilities and Total Space in Argentina 2010
  • Table 38. Chile Economic Indicators
  • Table 39. Data Centres market segmentation in Chile
  • Table 40. Supply of Space available during 2010
  • Table 41. Data Centre investment in Chile
  • Table 42. Data Centre locations in Chile
  • Table 43. Wind power potential
  • Table 44. Data Centre Electricity Cost
  • Table 45. Average industrial tariff
  • Table 46. Average kW p/hr/p/rack (2009)
  • Table 47. Service Delivery Capacity in Chile
  • Table 48. Customer mix sample from Data Centre provider
  • Table 49. Data Centre Facilities and Total Space in Chile 2010
  • Table 50. Colombia Economic Indicators
  • Table 51. Data Centres market segmentation in Colombia
  • Table 52. Space supply available during 2010
  • Table 53. Rack in Bogota
  • Table 54. Colocation Revenue Growth Forecast
  • Table 55. Data Centre investment in Colombia
  • Table 56. Data Centre locations in Colombia
  • Table 57. Wind energy potential
  • Table 58. Service Delivery Capacity in Colombia
  • Table 59. Data Centre Facilities and Total Space in Colombia 2010
  • Table 60. Peru Economic Indicators
  • Table 61. Data Centres market segmentation in Peru
  • Table 62. Accounted New Supply of Space available during 2010
  • Table 63. Data Centre locations in Peru
  • Table 64. Wind energy potential
  • Table 65. Service Delivery Capacity in Peru
  • Table 66. Data Centre Facilities and Total Space in Peru 2010
  • Table 67. Panama Economic Indicators
  • Table 68. Data Centres market segmentation in Panama
  • Table 69. Supply of Space available during 2010
  • Table 70. Data Centre locations in Panama
  • Table 71. Data Centre investment in Panama
  • Table 72. Service Delivery Capacity in Panama
  • Table 73. Data Centre Facilities and Total Space in Panama 2010

Charts

  • Chart 1. Total Data Centre space in Key South American cities
  • Chart 2. Data Centre space by player  Latin America
  • Chart 3. Space Growth Projections for Brazil
  • Chart 4. Data Centres customer mix in Brazil
  • Chart 5. Space Growth Projections for Mexico
  • Chart 6. Space Growth Projections for Argentina
  • Chart 7. Space Growth Projections for Chile
  • Chart 8. Data Centre customer mix in Chile
  • Chart 9. Space Growth Projections for Colombia
  • Chart 10. Space Growth Projections for Peru
  • Chart 11. Space Growth Projections in Panama
Back to Top