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中東のデータセンター市場:第3版

Data Centre Middle East 2016 to 2019 - 3rd Edition

発行 Tariff Consultancy Ltd. 商品コード 232505
出版日 ページ情報 英文 87 Pages; 40 Figures
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中東のデータセンター市場:第3版 Data Centre Middle East 2016 to 2019 - 3rd Edition
出版日: 2016年05月30日 ページ情報: 英文 87 Pages; 40 Figures
概要

当レポートでは、中東の主要10カ国におけるデータセンタープロバイダー85社を対象に調査を行った結果から、主要動向、市場影響因子の分析、電力 (DCCP:Data Centre Customer Power)・床面積・料金の3カ年予測、国別のプロファイル、主要データセンタープロバイダーのプロファイルなどをまとめています。

調査対象国

  • バーレーン
  • キプロス
  • イラン
  • イスラエル
  • ヨルダン
  • クウェート
  • オマーン
  • カタール
  • サウジアラビア
  • UAE

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 中東諸国のデータセンター市場:プロファイル

  • イントロダクション
  • データセンタープロファイル
  • 電力 (DCCP:Data Centre Customer Power)
  • 床面積
  • プライシング
  • 市場予測
  • 総論

第3章 市場規模・予測

  • イントロダクション
  • 新たな設備
  • 主要動向
  • 総合予測
  • 床面積の予測
  • DCCPの予測
  • 成長の障壁
  • 要点:サマリー

第4章 主要データセンタープロバイダーのプロファイル

  • イントロダクション
  • Equinix Data Centre Profile (UAE)
  • Etisalat Data Centre Profile (UAE)
  • Injazat Data Systems (UAE)
  • Mobily Data Centre Profile (サウジアラビア)
  • Oman Data Park Profile (オマーン)
  • Ooredoo Data Centre Profile (カタール)
  • Pars National Data Center Profile (イラン)
  • STC Data Centre Profile (サウジアラビア)
  • 要点:サマリー

第5章 総論:中東におけるデータセンターの将来

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This report provides forecasts for Data Centre raised floor space and Data Centre Customer Power (DCCP) for the 3 year period from the end of 2016 to the end of 2019.

The TCL Data Centre Middle East 2016 to 2019 report provides a unique survey of 85 Data Centre Providers with over 120 Data Centre facilities over ten countries (including Bahrain, Cyprus, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia & the UAE) .

From the survey, TCL calculates that the region almost 140,000 m2 of Data Centre raised floor space and 176 MW of DCCP as of the end of 2016.

But the rate of growth in the region has slowed with just over 7,400 m2 of new raised floor space added in total during 2015, with the Telecom Provider accounting for the majority of new Data Centre facilities launched over the past year - with the main growth taking place in Saudi Arabia. The report uses primary research and information from the unique TCL Data Centre pricing database.

The largest markets in the Middle East include the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Israel. Additionally Iran has the potential to become one of the largest markets, with some 16 Data Centre facilities, and a need for new domestic IT infrastructure investment, with additional capacity for international communications also required.

For the six GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries the third party Data Centre provider faces competition from the in-house Data Centre - with financial institutions, hospitals, universities & other Government institutions building their own Data Centre facilities in the region. As a result, migration to 3rd party hosting in the Gulf States is taking longer to achieve in the light of considerable overhang of under-used hosting space available and with IT users reluctant to migrate away from their own self-built facilities.

Data Centre Providers are seeking to improve their services in two main ways including:

  • Through the offering of a wider product portfolio - including managed hosting, application hosting, and cloud services.
  • Additional certifications & quality assurance - including certification for particular customer segments and improved resilience for applications.

TCL finds that pricing for the 3rd party Data Centre is broadly unchanged since the 2nd Data Centre Middle East report published in 2015 - with providers offering competitive rates in order to attract new users - with pricing in Iran also being impacted by the decline of the Iranian Rial against the US Dollar.

The Telecoms Provider, including operators such as STC & Mobily (Saudi Arabia), Ooredoo (Qatar), Etisalat (UAE) are expanding their in-country facility coverage offering network connectivity to all facilities.

TCL forecasts that Data Centre space across the 10 country survey will increase by 9.7 per cent per annum with DCCP to increase by 8 per cent per annum over the 3 year period from the end of 2016 to the end of 2019.

Data Centre service providers will need to continue to expand their service portfolio and also create a clear price saving proposition if they are to persuade the end user to migrate to a 3rd party Data Centre facility - as part of a long term IT strategy.

A chart showing the forecast CAGR growth by Middle East country market from 2016 to 2019 - in per cent per annum

Geographical Coverage

  • Bahrain
  • Cyprus (new in 2016 report)
  • Iran
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • UAE.

Table of Contents

  • A list of Figures
  • Methodology
  • Introduction
  • Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • The Data Centre landscape in the Middle East
  • The growth by Data Centre country
  • Key Point Summary

Chapter 2: Data Centre Middle East Country Market Profiles

  • Introduction
  • Profiles covering Data Centre Landscape
  • Data Centre Profiles
  • Data Centre Power
  • Data Centre Space
  • Data Centre Pricing
  • Data Centre forecasts 2016 to 2019
  • Conclusions

Chapter 3: Outlook for the Middle East Data Centre from 2016 to 2019

  • Introduction
  • Key new Data Centre build outs in the Middle East
  • Key trends for Middle East Data Centre facilities
  • Consolidated forecasts for Data Centres in the M-E from '16 to '19
  • Forecasts for Middle East Data Centre space in m2 from '16 to '19
  • Forecasts for Middle East Data Centre power in MW from '16 to '19
  • Constraints for Middle East Data Centre growth
  • Key Point Summary

Chapter 4: Outlook for the Middle East Data Centre from 2016 to 2019

  • Introduction
  • Equinix Data Centre Profile (UAE)
  • Etisalat Data Centre Profile (UAE)
  • Injazat Data Systems (UAE)
  • Mobily Data Centre Profile (Saudi Arabia)
  • Oman Data Park Profile (Oman)
  • Ooredoo Data Centre Profile (Qatar)
  • Pars National Data Center Profile (Iran)
  • STC Data Centre Profile (Saudi Arabia)
  • Key Point Summary

Chapter 5: Conclusions - Data Centre Middle East - 2016 to 2019

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