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省エネIT装置市場(〜2020年):増大する資本要件および大幅な非効率性が促進するグリーンデータセンター

The Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market to 2020 - Increasing Capital Requirements and Significant Inefficiencies Boosting Green Data Centers

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省エネIT装置市場(〜2020年):増大する資本要件および大幅な非効率性が促進するグリーンデータセンター The Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market to 2020 - Increasing Capital Requirements and Significant Inefficiencies Boosting Green Data Centers
出版日: 2010年08月12日 ページ情報: 英文 97 Pages

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概要

エネルギーコストの上昇、および新しい規制・法律の登場は、省エネIT装置市場への関心を引き出しています。

当レポートでは、世界の省エネIT市場について調査し、ブレードサーバー、ネットワークストレージデバイス、ネットワーク機器などのセグメント別による市場収益実績、収益予測および主要企業の市場シェアなどを分析、主要企業の製品ポートフォリオを提供するなど、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 目次

第2章 世界の省エネIT装置市場:概要

  • 市場定義

第3章 世界の省エネIT装置市場:市場力学分析

  • 主な促進因子
  • 主な阻害因子

第4章 世界の省エネITサーバー市場情報:2005-2020年

  • 世界のサーバー市場収益:2005-2009年
  • 世界の省エネサーバー市場におけるブレードサーバー収益:2005-2020年
  • 世界の省エネサーバー市場におけるブレードサーバー出荷台数:2005-2020年
  • 世界の省エネサーバー市場におけるブレードサーバー収益、主要企業の市場シェア:2009年

第5章 世界の省エネネットワークストレージデバイス市場情報:2005-2020年

  • 世界のディスクストレージデバイス市場収益:2005-2009年
  • 世界の省エネネットワークストレージデバイス市場収益:2005-2020年
  • 世界の省エネネットワークストレージデバイス市場収益、主要企業の市場シェア:2009年

第6章 世界の省エネネットワーク装置市場情報:2005-2020年

  • ネットワークインフラはエネルギー消費量および温室効果ガス削減において重要な役割を果たすところまで来ている
  • 世界のルーター市場収益:2005-2020年
  • エンドユーザーセグメントの基準となる世界のルーター市場収益:2005-2020年
  • 世界の省エネルーター市場収益、主要企業の市場シェア:2009年
  • 世界の省エネスイッチ市場収益:2005-2020年
  • スイッチタイプの基準となる世界の省エネスイッチ市場収益、:2005-2020年
  • 世界の省エネスイッチ市場収益、主要企業の市場シェア:2009年

第7章 世界の省エネサーバー市場・主要企業・製品ポートフォリオ:2009年

  • Hewlett Packard
  • IBM
  • Dell Inc

第8章 世界の省エネネットワークストレージ市場・主要企業・製品ポートフォリオ:2009年

  • EMC Corporation,
  • NetApp Inc
  • IBM
  • Hewlett Packard
  • Dell Inc

第9章 世界の省エネネットワーク装置市場・主要企業・製品ポートフォリオ:2009年

  • 世界の省エネルーター市場・主要企業・製品ポートフォリオ:2009年
  • 世界の省エネスイッチ市場・主要企業・製品ポートフォリオ:2009年

第10章 付録

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Product Code: GBICT0029ICR

Abstract

GBI Research’s new report, “The Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market to 2020 - Increasing Capital Requirements and Significant Inefficiencies Boosting Green Data Centers” provides key information and analysis on the market opportunities in the energy efficient IT equipment. The report does a detailed assessment of the market forces influencing the energy efficient IT equipment market. It segments the global energy efficient IT equipment market into server, storage and networking equipment including router and switch. The report has a dedicated chapter on the market share and energy efficient product portfolio of key players in the industry. IT equipment has traditionally been benchmarked on performance with no clear metrics for energy efficiency. The manufacturers always focused on performance and thus, they failed to check the increase in power demand by IT equipment. Now, data centers are the ‘energy hog’ of an organization. The networking infrastructure is becoming a growing portion of the energy footprint in data centers. With rising energy prices affecting every sector of industry, increasing energy consumption can no longer be kept on the back burners. Furthermore, these are mounting regulatory pressures from governmental quarters — the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centers and the European Commission putting forward the climate action and renewable energy package of proposals.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research’s team of industry experts.

Rising Energy Cost and Evolving Regulations and Legislations Draws the Attention towards Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market

Rising energy cost and evolving regulations and legislations to adopt energy efficiency by various governments across globe are working in tandem to draw the attention towards the energy efficient IT equipment. With rising energy prices affecting every sector of industry, increasing energy consumption can no longer be kept on the back burner. Furthermore, these are mounting regulatory pressures from governmental quarters - the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centers and the European Commission putting forward the climate action and renewable energy package of proposals. The more energy efficient IT equipment an enterprise will use, the more competitive it is in a business environment where energy costs are increasing at record rates. The cost of electricity production is bound to go on an upward spiral with the rapid depletion of fossil fuels and huge investment in exploring new oil mines in the future. Energy efficient IT equipment not only reduces companies’ energy costs but also supports business growth by making the energy previously used by the physical infrastructure available to power new server, storage and communications equipment. The annual electricity consumption in US as estimated by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under various scenarios is shown below:

Efforts to reduce carbon emissions have risen multifold and strategies to mitigate the impact of climate change have reached new dimensions Impeding regulations are expected to tighten the norms for energy efficiency. Continuous improvement in energy efficiency standards for Energy Star ratings would result in huge cost savings. These cost benefits are expected to spur the investment in green IT. Highly industrialized nations have committed themselves to slashing their emissions of four greenhouse gases. The legislatory cap on carbon emissions from businesses will drive corporations to look for avenues such as green IT to reduce their carbon footprint.

The US, Annual Electricity Use (Billion kWh/year) Scenarios, 2000-2011

Source: GBI Research, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Base Data: 2007

Lack of Single Standard Associated with Sustainability - an Area of Concern

The evolution of IT equipment is happening at a global level. However, the scope of critical standards for green IT is local in nature. The standards that exist are either inconsistent in their approaches or it is very challenging to compare products or benchmarks that are accredited under such standards. Furthermore, lack of industry measure for sustainability which divulges a clear understanding of such standards is a pressing concern. The green related product information that does exist is rarely provided to the IT buyer in an easy to digest fashion. Despite governments’ actions to tighten the noose on carbon outputs, approximately 80% of IT equipment in the market lacks green accreditation. Although standards such as Energy Star provide some strict guidelines, there is no single standard associated with sustainability — different countries use different standards. There are a number of different standards such as Blue Angel, Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT), and the government’s own ‘Quick Wins’. The global nature of a standard is essential to avoid the existence of non-harmonized standards for similar technologies in different countries, leading to artificial “technical barriers to trade”. The international characteristics of standards and coordination are also essential to avoid costly duplication of research and product development. Close coordination between standardizing bodies becomes imperative when scaling standards for new technological developments. IT equipment manufacturers need to conduct due diligence prior to undertaking a costly assessment of their products. Governments and IT equipment manufacturers should collaborate to bring forth a unified and measurable standard associated with sustainability.

Networking Infrastructure Positioned to Play a Crucial Role in Reducing Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gases

IT equipment has traditionally been judged on performance with no clear metrics for energy efficiency. Manufacturers always focused on performance, failing to check the increase in power demand by IT equipment. Now, data centers are the ‘energy hog’ of an organization. The networking infrastructure is becoming a growing portion of the energy footprint in data centers. Networked sustainability is becoming an important issue which also goes hand in hand with energy efficiency and by exploiting Power over Ethernet (PoE) and management software capability, power management can be automated for IT and non-IT end points attached to the network. The networking infrastructure is responsible for between 3-10% of total data center lifecycle energy use. Thus, the network is uniquely positioned to play a crucial role in reducing energy consumption and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions, not only within the infrastructure itself, but throughout the organization.

Blade Server are Expected to Penetrate the Overall Server Market at a Rapid Rate

Blade servers, one of the most efficient servers available in the market, accounted for 12.5% of overall server revenue in 2009. The global blade server market was valued at $5.4 billion in 2009 as compared to $2.1 billion in 2005. The blade servers market is driven by the x86 systems which accounted for more than 87% of the total blade servers’ revenue in 2009. Despite the economic downturn and tighter budgets, the blade server segment experienced revenue growth and an increase in average selling price in 2009. Blade servers provide the benefits of improved asset utilization, IT flexibility and energy efficiency as compared to the traditional servers. IT customers across the globe recognize the benefits of consolidation, high density, less space and so on. Hence, customers are leveraging the platform to deliver a dynamic IT environment. Blade server vendors in their interviews with GBI Research support the high growth of blade servers in the years ahead. GBI Research, in consensus with the industry experts, anticipates the blade server market to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 12.4% during the forecast period 2010-2020.

Global Servers Market Revenue, ($ bn), 2005-2009

Source: GBI Research

Escalating Storage Needs Coupled with Improved Data Protection will Spur the Demand of NAS and iSCSI SAN Storage Solutions

The escalating capacity, need for improved data protection, flexible storage provisioning, data sharing and multiple storage among others are expected to deploy the energy efficient disk storage market. Networked disk storage solutions that consist of Network Area Storage (NAS) and Storage Area Network (SAN) disk storage has made it easier for organizations to implement one platform for multiple file based and block based storage workloads. Energy efficient storage disk systems are expanding in new directions to incorporate devices, policy and multiple data management layers. The energy efficient network storage devices market grew at a CAGR of 8.2% during 2005-2009 from $10.2 billion in 2005 to $14 billion in 2009. GBI Research anticipates the energy efficient disk storage market to grow at a CAGR of 12.1% during 2010-2020.

In the small to medium businesses, the energy efficient NAS and iSCSI SAN storage provides the flexibility to deploy multi-protocol without sacrificing the environment and performance. Though, the fibre SAN disk storage provides the best solution to meet the growing requirements of massive scalability and automated data movement in the new data centers, they are expensive than NAS and iSCSI SAN storage. Industry experts in their interviews with GBI Research support the significant growth of NAS and iSCSI storage solutions in small to medium business organizations and departments in the years ahead. The fibre SAN will experience a demand from the high end enterprises section.

Manufacturer’s Initiatives to Increase Power Efficiency and Improve Manufacturing Process will fuel the Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market

IT equipment manufacturers across the globe are involved in the technology advancement and improved manufacturing process to spur the energy efficient IT equipment market. Usage of state-in-art recycling and waste reduction programs, energy management systems and speed up process of delivering energy equipment, are some of the broader strategies adopted by IT manufacturers to improve the functionality of their products. For instance, Juniper Networks developed two projects named project Stratus and project Falcon to increase the energy efficiency of the networking equipment. These projects will deliver a considerable change in scale, higher performance, simplicity and convergence of mobility and internet at a lower cost of ownership. 3Com Corporation, acquired by Hewlett Packard deploys its products with European Union’s RoHS Directive which restricts the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. 3Com has rolled out power adapters, which the company claims are 30% more efficient than conventional models. Alcatel-Lucent, one of the key players in networking equipment is involved in technology advancement to achieve energy efficiency in its products. Some of the key areas where the company has gained substantial grounds are innovative silicon design, continuous advancements in line card efficiency, Integrated Service Adapter (ISA) technology and dynamic powering. IT equipment manufacturers in their interviews with GBI Research support high R&D investments and initiatives for the deployment of energy efficient IT equipment.

The Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market to 2020 - Increasing Capital Requirements and Significant Inefficiencies Boosting Green Data Centers

Summary

GBI Research’s clean technology report, “The Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market to 2020 - Increasing Capital Requirements and Significant Inefficiencies Boosting Green Data Centers” provides key information and analysis on the market opportunities in the energy efficient IT equipments in data centers. The report does a detailed assessment of the market forces influencing the energy efficient IT equipments market in data centers. It segments the global energy efficient IT equipments market on the basis of geography, business segments and end-users. Data Centers, widely considered the backbones of IT Infrastructure of Global corporations, are undergoing robust growth globally due to the increasing IT requirements of businesses. Globally carbon "Cap and Trade" programs are gaining steam with tighter regulations on businesses emitting greenhouse gases. These are some of the trends making cases for how conducive the ecosystem is, facilitating the offtake of Green IT products, services and practices. The report has a dedicated chapter on the regulatory framework and provides comprehensive profiles of key players in the industry. IT equipment has traditionally been benchmarked on performance with no clear metrics for energy efficiency. The manufacturers always focused on performance and thus, they failed to check the increase in power demand by IT equipment. Now, data centers are the ‘energy hog’ of an organization. The networking infrastructure is becoming a growing portion of the energy footprint in data centers. With rising energy prices affecting every sector of industry, increasing energy consumption can no longer be kept on the back burners. Furthermore, these are mounting regulatory pressures from governmental quarters — the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centers and the European Commission putting forward the climate action and renewable energy package of proposals.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research’s team of industry experts.

Scope

- Key geographies such as the United States (US), Canada, the United Kingdom (UK), Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, China, India, Australia, and Brazil
- Qualitative analysis of market drivers and restraints for the global energy efficient IT equipment market.
- Market revenue and unit shipment of the global blade server market from 2005 to 2009, forecast forward for 11 years to 2020.
- Market revenues of the global energy efficient network storage market from 2005 to 2020.
- Market revenues of the global switch market from 2005 to 2020. It also contains the global switch market revenue breakdown on the basis of top layer and bottom layer network switch
- Market revenues of the global router market from 2005 to 2020. It contains the global router market for service provider router and enterprise router
- Competitive landscape includes the market share and product portfolio of key players in server, storage, switch and router market for the year 2009.
- Key topics covered include the distribution structure, technology analysis, regulatory framework including the standards, patents etc.

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a rapid and time sensitive manner. It will allow you to:
- Develop business strategies by understanding the trends and developments that are driving the global data center IT equipment market
- Design and develop your product development, marketing and sales strategies
- Identify key players best positioned to take advantage of the emerging market opportunities
- Develop business strategies and future plans by the region wise understanding of the data center IT equipment market future trends
- What’s the next big thing in the data center It equipment market landscape across the world? - Identify, understand and capitalize
- Make more informed business decisions from the insightful and in-depth analysis of the data center IT equipment market and the factors shaping it.

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 5
1.1 List of Tables 8
1.2 List of Figures 10
2 Global Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market, Industry Overview 11
2.1 Market Definition 11
2.1.1 Classification of Servers 11
2.1.2 What are Network Storage Devices? 12
2.1.3 Classification of Storage Devices 12
2.1.4 What are Routers? 13
2.1.5 Classification of Routers on the Basis of Product Type 13
2.1.6 Classification of Routers on the Basis of Customer Segments 14
2.1.7 What are Networking Switches? 14
2.1.8 Classification of Networking Switches 14
3 Global Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market, Market Force Analysis 15
3.1 Global Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market, Key Drivers 15
3.1.1 Rising Energy Costs 16
3.1.2 Space Constraints 17
3.1.3 Huge Datacenter Operational Costs 17
3.1.4 Cost Leadership 17
3.1.5 Evolving Energy Efficient Regulations and Need to Meet Anticipated Legislation and Regulatory Guidelines 18
3.1.6 Growth in Global Internet Subscriptions and Usage 18
3.1.7 Financial Inducements for Green IT Investments 18
3.2 Global Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market, Key Restraints 19
3.2.1 High Initial Capital Cost 19
3.2.2 Lack of Corporate Will 20
3.2.3 Shrinking IT Spending 20
3.2.4 Single Source Suppliers 20
3.2.5 Lack of Single Standard Associated with Sustainability 21
4 Global Energy Efficient Servers Market Information, 2005-2020 22
4.1 Global Servers Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2009 22
4.2 Global Energy Efficient Servers Market, Blade Server Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 23
4.3 Global Energy Efficient Servers Market, Blade Server Market Unit Shipment (Million Units), 2005-2020 24
4.4 Global Energy Efficient Servers Market, Blade Server Market Revenue, Key Players Market Share, (%), 2009 26
5 Global Energy Efficient Network Storage Devices Market Information, 2005-2020 27
5.1 Global Disk Storage Devices Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2009 27
5.2 Global Energy Efficient Network Storage Devices Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 28
5.3 Global Energy Efficient Network Storage Devices Market Revenue, Key Players Market Share, (%), 2009 30
6 Global Energy Efficient Network Equipment Market Information, 2005-2020 31
6.1 Networking Infrastructure Positioned to Play a Crucial Role in Reducing Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gases 31
6.2 Global Router Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 31
6.3 Global Router Market Revenue ($bn) on the Basis of End-Users Segment, 2005-2020 33
6.3.1 Global Service Provider Router Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 33
6.3.2 Global Enterprise Router Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 35
6.4 Global Energy Efficient Router Market Revenue, Key Players Market Share (%), 2009 37
6.5 Global Energy Efficient Switch Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 38
6.6 Global Energy Efficient Switch Market Revenue ($bn) on the Basis of Type of Switch, 2005-2020 40
6.6.1 Global Top Layer Networking Switch Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 40
6.6.2 Global Bottom Layer Networking Switches Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 42
6.7 Global Energy Efficient Switch Market Revenue, Key Players Market Share (%), 2009 44
7 Global Energy Efficient Servers Market, Key Players, Product Portfolio, 2009 45
7.1 Hewlett Packard, Energy Efficient Servers 45
7.1.1 Blade System ProLiant Server Blades 45
7.1.2 HP Integrity Server Blades 47
7.2 IBM, Energy Efficient Servers 48
7.3 Dell Inc, Energy Efficient Servers 49
7.3.1 Power Edge M910 50
7.3.2 Power Edge M710 50
7.3.3 Power Edge M610 50
7.3.4 Power Edge M605 50
7.3.5 Power Edge M805 51
7.3.6 Power Edge M905 51
7.3.7 Power Edge M1000e 52
8 Global Energy Efficient Network Storage Market, Key Players, Product Portfolio, 2009 53
8.1 EMC Corporation, Energy Efficient Storage Systems 53
8.1.1 EMC Corporation Energy Efficient Storage Solution: Celerra Family, CLARiiON Family, Symmetrix Family and Iomega 54
8.2 NetApp Inc, Energy Efficient Storage Systems 56
8.2.1 NetApp Inc. Energy Efficient Storage Systems: FAS6000, FAS 3000 and FAS 2000 Series. 56
8.3 IBM, Energy Efficient Storage Systems 57
8.3.1 IBM Express Series Modular Disk Storage Systems 57
8.4 Hewlett Packard, Energy Efficient Storage Systems 59
8.4.1 HP StorageWorks X300 Data Vault 60
8.4.2 HP StorageWorks X500 Data Vault 61
8.4.3 HP StorageWorks X1000 Network Storage Systems 62
8.4.4 HP StorageWorks X3000 Network Storage Systems 62
8.4.5 HP StorageWorks X5000 Network Storage Systems 63
8.4.6 HP StorageWorks X9000 Network Storage Systems 63
8.5 Dell Inc, Energy Efficient Storage Systems 64
8.5.1 Dell EqualLogic Series Storage Systems 65
8.5.2 Dell PowerVault Series 65
8.5.3 Dell NX4 Enterprise-class Network Attached Storage 65
8.5.4 Dell EMC NS-120, Dell EMC NS-480 66
8.5.5 Dell Storage - Power Vault MD3000i SAN Array and PowerVault MD3220i iSCSI SAN 66
8.5.6 Dell AX4-5F and AX4-5I 66
9 Global Energy Efficient Network Equipment Market, Key Players, Product Portfolio, 2009 67
9.1 Global Energy Efficient Router Market, Key Players, Product Portfolio, 2009 67
9.1.1 Cisco Systems, Inc., Energy Efficient Routers 67
9.1.2 Juniper Networks, Energy Efficient Routers 73
9.1.3 Juniper Networks, Key Initiatives 75
9.1.4 Alcatel-Lucent, Energy Efficient Routers 75
9.1.5 Alcatel-Lucent, Key Initiatives 77
9.1.6 3COM, Energy Efficient Routers 77
9.1.7 3Com Corporation, Key Initiatives 78
9.1.8 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Energy Efficient Routers 78
9.1.9 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Key Initiatives 79
9.2 Global Energy Efficient Switch Market, Key Players, Product Portfolio, 2009 81
9.2.1 Cisco Systems, Inc., Energy Efficient Switches 81
9.2.2 Alcatel-Lucent, Energy Efficient Switches 86
9.2.3 3Com Corporation, Energy Efficient Switches 87
10 Appendix 93
10.1 About GBI Research 93
10.2 Abbreviations 93
10.3 Methodology 95
10.3.1 Coverage 95
10.3.2 Secondary Research 96
10.3.3 Primary Research 96
10.3.4 Expert Panel Validation 96
10.4 Contact Us 96
10.5 Disclaimer 97

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Global Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market, Key Drivers 15
Table 2: The US, Annual Electricity Use (Billion kWh/year) Scenarios, 2000-2011 17
Table 3: Global Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market, Key Restraints 19
Table 4: Global Servers Market Revenue, ($ bn), 2005-2009 22
Table 5: Global Energy Efficient Server Market, Blade Server Market Revenue, ($ bn), 2005-2020 24
Table 6: Global Energy Efficient Server Market, Blade Server Market Unit Shipment, (Million Units), 2005-2020 25
Table 7: Global Blade Server Market, Key Players Market Share (%), 2009 26
Table 8: Global Disk Storage Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2009 27
Table 9: Global Energy Efficient Network Disk Storage Devices Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 29
Table 10: Global Router Market Revenue,($bn), 2005-2020 32
Table 11: Global Service Provider Router Market Revenue,($bn), 2005-2020 34
Table 12: Global Enterprise Router Market Revenue,($bn), 2005-2020 36
Table 13: Global Router Market Revenue, Key Players Market Share, (%), 2009 37
Table 14: Global Switch Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 39
Table 15: Global Top Layer Switch Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 41
Table 16: Global Bottom Layer Switch Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 43
Table 17: Global Switch Market, Key Players Market Share (%), 2009 44
Table 18: Hewlett Packard, Energy Efficient Servers, 2009 45
Table 19: HP ProLiant BL200c Server Blades, Specifications, 2009 46
Table 20: HP ProLiant BL400c Server Blades, Specifications, 2009 46
Table 21: HP ProLiant BL600c Server Blades, Specifications, 2009 47
Table 22: HP Integrity Server Blades, Specifications, 2009 47
Table 23: IBM, Energy Efficient Blade Servers, Description, 2009 48
Table 24: IBM, Blade Server Benefits (%) 49
Table 25: Dell Inc, Energy Efficient Servers, 2009 49
Table 26: Performance Comparison of Dell Power Edge M605 Server with Conventional Server 51
Table 27: Comparison of Dell Power Edge M905 Server with Conventional Server on the Basis of Performance Business Operations per Second, 2009 52
Table 28: Comparison of Dell Power Edge M905 Server with Conventional Server on the Basis of Normalized Performance Per Watt 52
Table 29: EMC Corporation, Energy Efficient Storage Systems, 2009 53
Table 30: Performance Efficiency Comparison of EMC CLARiiON CX Series with Conventional Storage on the Basis of Input/Output Operations Per Second (IOPS) Per Watt 54
Table 31: Bandwidth (Per Watt) Comparison of EMC CLARiiON CX Series with Conventional Storage 55
Table 32: NetApp Inc, Energy Efficient Storage Systems, 2009 56
Table 33: NetApp Inc., Energy Efficient Storage Systems, Brief Description, 2009 56
Table 34: IBM, Energy Efficient Storage Systems, 2009 57
Table 35: IBM Express Series Modular Disk Storage Systems, Specifications, 2009 58
Table 36: HP Storage Systems, Benefits (%) 59
Table 37: Hewlett Packard, Energy Efficient Storage Systems, 2009 60
Table 38: HP Storage Works X300 Data vault, Specifications, 2009 60
Table 39: HP StorageWorks X500 Data Vault, Specifications 2009 61
Table 40: HP StorageWorks X1000 Network Storage Systems, Specifications, 2009 62
Table 41: HP Storage Works X1000 Network Storage Systems, Specifications, 2009 62
Table 42: HP StorageWorks X5000 Network Storage Systems, Specifications, 2009 63
Table 43: HP StorageWorks X9000 Network Storage Systems, Specifications, 2009 63
Table 44: Dell Inc, Energy Efficient Storage Systems, 2009 64
Table 45: Dell EqualLogic Series, Description, 2009 65
Table 46: Dell PowerVault Series, Description, 2009 65
Table 47: Dell EMC Series, Description, 2009 66
Table 48: Cisco Systems, Inc., Energy Efficient Routers, 2009 67
Table 49: Cisco 3945 Integrated Service Router Power Consumption,(Watts) 68
Table 50: Cisco 2911 and 2951 Integrated Service Routers Power Consumption (Watts) 70
Table 51: Annual Cost ($) Comparison of Cisco Integrated Service Routers versus Conventional Routers 71
Table 52: Cisco Integrated Service Routers, Power Output (Watts) 72
Table 53: Juniper Networks, Energy Efficient Routers 73
Table 54: Juniper Networks, T Series Routers Power Consumption (Watts), Operating Temperature (°C), Maximum Forwarding Rate (Bpps) 73
Table 55: T1600 Core Router Power consumption (Watts) and Energy Consumption Rating (Watts/GBPS) 74
Table 56: Juniper Networks, MX Series Router, Specification, 2009 75
Table 57: Projects Developed By Juniper for Increasing Energy Efficiency as of 2009 75
Table 58: Alcatel-Lucent, Energy Efficient Routers 76
Table 59: Alcatel-Lucent Service Router Power Consumption (Watts) and Operating Temperature (°C) 76
Table 60: Alcatel-Lucent Initiatives 77
Table 61: 3Com Corporation, Energy Efficient Routers 77
Table 62: 3com 6080 and 5012 Router Power Consumption (Watts) and Operating Temperature (°C) 78
Table 63: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Energy Efficient Routers 78
Table 64: Huawei Technology NE 5000 E Core Router and NE 40E Universal Service Router Power Consumption (Watts), Working Temperature (°C) 79
Table 65: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Improving Energy Efficiency through ASIC 80
Table 66: Cisco Systems, Inc., Energy Efficient Switches, 2009 81
Table 67: Power Consumption at Power Supply Rated Maximum by Cisco Catalyst 3560 in v2 Series Switches (Watts) 82
Table 68: Cisco Nexus 5000 series switch, Maximum Power Consumption (Watts) 83
Table 69: Alcatel-Lucent versus Conventional Switch, Total Energy Consumption (MWh) 86
Table 70: Alcatel-Lucent, Energy Efficient Switches, 2009 87
Table 71: 3 Com Corporation, Energy Efficient Switches, 2009 88
Table 72: H3C 5800 Series Switches, Power Consumption at Idle (Watts)) 89
Table 73: H3C 5800 Series Switches, Annual Cost ($), 2009 89
Table 74: H3C S5800 Series Switches Power Consumption Relative to Industry Average 90
Table 75: Comparison of Current and Old Generation 3Com Corporation Fast Ethernet Switches 91
Table 76: Comparison of Current and Old Generation 3Com Corporation Gigabit Ethernet Switches 92
Table 77: Abbreviation 93

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Classification of IT Equipment Market 11
Figure 2: Global Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market, Key Drivers 15
Figure 3: The US, Annual Electricity Use (Billion kWh/year) Scenarios, 2000-2011 16
Figure 4: Global Energy Efficient IT Equipment Market, Key Restraints 19
Figure 5: Global Servers Market Revenue, ($ bn), 2005-2009 22
Figure 6: Global Energy Efficient Server Market, Blade Server Revenue, ($ bn), 2005-2020 23
Figure 7: Global Energy Efficient Server Market, Blade Server Market Unit Shipment, (Million Units), 2005-2020 25
Figure 8: Global Blade Server Market, Key Players Market Share (%), 2009 26
Figure 9: Global Disk Storage Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2009 27
Figure 10: Global Energy Efficient Network Disk Storage Devices Market Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 28
Figure 11: Global Energy Efficient Network Storage Market, Key Players Market Share, 2009 30
Figure 12: Global Router Market Revenue,($bn), 2005-2020 32
Figure 13: Global Service Provider Router Market Revenue,($bn), 2005-2020 33
Figure 14: Global Enterprise Router Market Revenue, ($bn), 2005-2020 35
Figure 15: Global Router Market Revenue, Key Players Market Share, (%), 2009 37
Figure 16: Global Switch Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 38
Figure 17: Global Top Layer Switch Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 40
Figure 18: Global Bottom Layer Switch Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2020 42
Figure 19: Global Switch Market, Key Players Market Share (%), 2009 44
Figure 20: IBM, Blade Server Benefits (%) 49
Figure 21: Performance Comparison of Dell Power Edge M605 Server with Conventional Server 50
Figure 22: Comparison of Dell Power Edge M905 Server with Conventional Server on the Basis of Performance Business Operations per Second, 2009 51
Figure 23: Comparison of Dell Power Edge M905 Server with Conventional Server on the Basis of Normalized Performance Per Watt 52
Figure 24: Performance Efficiency Comparison of EMC CLARiiON CX Series with Conventional Storage on the Basis of Input/Output Operations per Second (IOPS) Per Watt 54
Figure 25: Bandwidth (Per Watt) Comparison of EMC CLARiiON CX Series with Conventional Storage 55
Figure 26: HP Storage Systems, Benefits (%) 59
Figure 27: Cisco 3945 Integrated Service Router Power Consumption,(Watts) 68
Figure 28: Cisco 2911 and 2951 Integrated Service Routers Power Consumption (Watts) 69
Figure 29: Annual Cost ($) Comparison of Cisco Integrated Service Routers versus Conventional Routers 71
Figure 30: Cisco Integrated Service Routers, Annual Cost Comparison ($) 72
Figure 31: Juniper Networks, T1600 Core Router Benefits 74
Figure 32: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Improving Energy Efficiency through ASIC (Watt) 80
Figure 33: Cisco Catalyst 3560 V2 Series Switches, Power Consumption at Power Supply Rated Maximum (Watts) 82
Figure 34: Cisco Nexus 5000 series switch, Maximum Power Consumption (Watts) 83
Figure 35: Cisco Catalyst 6509 versus Conventional Switches, Power Consumption (Watts) 84
Figure 36: Cisco Catalyst 4507 R-E versus Conventional Switch, Power Consumption (Watts) 84
Figure 37: Cisco Catalyst 3750E-48PD versus Conventional Switch, Power Consumption (Watts) 85
Figure 38: Alcatel-Lucent versus Conventional Switch, Total Energy Consumption (MWh) 86
Figure 39:3Com Corporation H3C 5800 Series Switches, Power Consumption at Idle (Watts) 88
Figure 40: H3C 5800 Series Switches, Annual Cost ($), 2009 89
Figure 41: H3C S5800 Series Switches Power Consumption Relative to Industry Average (Watts) 90
Figure 42: Comparison of Current and Old Generation 3Com Corporation Fast Ethernet Switches 91
Figure 43: Comparison of Current and Old Generation 3Com Corporation Gigabit Ethernet Switches 92
Figure 44: GBI Research Methodology 95

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