表紙:欧州のデータセンター市場の動向分析 (2021年上半期)
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欧州のデータセンター市場の動向分析 (2021年上半期)

H1 2021: Europe Data Centre Trends Report

出版日: | 発行: Tariff Consultancy Ltd. | ページ情報: 英文 65 Pages | 納期: 即日から翌営業日

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欧州のデータセンター市場の動向分析 (2021年上半期)
出版日: 2021年07月31日
発行: Tariff Consultancy Ltd.
ページ情報: 英文 65 Pages
納期: 即日から翌営業日
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概要

2021年6月末現在、欧州諸国 (15ヶ国) には600万m2以上設備の整ったデータセンタースペースと、9,000MW (9GW) を超える電力供給能力が存在しています。英国・ドイツ・オランダ・フランスで、データセンター総面積の70%を占めており、更に英国・ドイツで44%を占めています。一方で、今後の設備容量の増加率は、ポルトガル・アイルランド・イタリア・スペイン・スイスなどが上位となっています。欧州のデータセンターの多くは主要都市に集中しており、その中でもフランクフルト、アムステルダム、パリ、ロンドン (FLAP) などの地域が大半を占めています。しかし、新しいデータセンターへの需要が増加し、新しい市場で新規データセンターの容量が新たに供給されることで、今後はクラウドとコンテンツサービスがより多くの地域で広く普及する見通しです。

当レポートでは、欧州諸国 (全17ヶ国) のデータセンター市場の最新動向 (半期ベース) について分析し、各国のデータセンターの市場規模・料金の動向、各国内部でのデータセンターの集積状況、新規データセンターの設立動向、といった情報を取りまとめてお届けいたします。

目次

(各国ごとの分析内容は下記に表示の通り)

第1章 欧州のデータセンター市場:国別の平均価格動向 (単位:ラックスペースの平均面積・m2)

第2章 欧州のデータセンター市場:国別の市場規模 (敷地面積、顧客件数)

第3章 欧州の主要データセンター:各国のクラスター地域

第4章 欧州のデータセンター市場:新規開設の動向

第5章 データセンター市場の全体的動向:国別

目次
Product Code: H1 2021DCPE

‘The H1 2021 edition of the Data Centre Trends Tracker’ identifies the key trends impacting the fifteen largest country Data Centre markets in Europe. The Tracker provides an up-to-date analysis of the largest third-party Data Centre markets as of the end of June 2021 and is updated every six months.

As of the end of June 2021 DCP has identified the following key Data Centre trends:

  • DCP calculates that there is currently over 6 million m2 of equipped Data Centre space and over 9,000 MW of power (9 GW) across the 15 countries as of the end of June 2021.
  • The four largest Data Centre Country markets include the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and France, which together account for seventy (70%) of all total Data Centre space across the fifteen countries, with the UK and German markets together accounting for forty-four per cent of Data Centre space in Europe - and are due to see growth of twenty-five per cent in the UK and forty-four per cent in Germany in planned Data Centre space.
  • But the main growth in forecast Data Centre capacity is to come from the markets outside the big four, including Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Spain and Switzerland - with increases in planned Data Centre space ranging from 4.7 times (Portugal) down to 62% (Spain and Switzerland) of the current installed base.
  • Much of European Data Centre capacity is clustered around key cities, the largest of which are Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Paris and London & Inner M25 areas, which together account for over 1.3 million m2 of Data Centre space as of the end of June 2021.
  • DCP has analysed the planned and announced Data Centre build outs in Europe, based on 109 projects, which amount to almost 1.5 million m2 of space and approximately 2,250 MW of power across fourteen (14) country markets (excluding the Czech Republic).
  • The new Data Centre projects are focused on secondary markets, notably in Portugal, Ireland, Spain, Italy and Switzerland, with the big four markets accounting for forty-six per cent of planned developments (against 54 per cent for the secondary markets).

The growth in the secondary Data Centre markets is being driven by the construction of new large campus facilities, such as SINES 4.0 (Portugal), Aruba (Rome), Green Datacenter (Zurich), Echelon Data Centres (Arklow, Ireland) and Interxion (Madrid). The SINES 4.0 campus facility in Portugal is to have up to 450 MW of power when complete and has the potential to quadruple the total Data Centre capacity in Portugal. The growth in large-scale investment is partly being driven by new private equity investors who are launching hyperscale facilities in new markets for the first time.

The appetite for Data Centre investment is reflected in acquisition activity as existing providers including Nordic Region Data Centre Provider DigiPlex, Conapto (Sweden) and SuperNap (Italia) have been acquired by private equity or financial investors during 2021.

Not only is demand for new Data Centre facilities is set to continue to grow, but the supply of new Data Centre capacity in new markets indicates that cloud & content services are set to be distributed widely across more European markets in the future as well as in the traditional FLAP (Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam and Paris) cities.

Table of Contents

(A review in each country for the topics shown below)

1. European Data Centre Country Market Pricing (Average Data Centre rack space & m2).

2. European Data Centre Country Market Sizing (Data Centre raised floor space and Data Centre Customer Power).

3. Key European Data Centre Country Market Geographical Clusters

4. New European Country Market Data Centre Developments

5. Overall Country Market Data Centre Trends