Report: Global Power and Cooling in the Data Center Market

A few days ago, Frost & Sullivan released a new report about the global market for power and cooling in the data center.

From the executive summary:

“Globally, the data centre uninterrupted power supply (UPS) and cooling markets are mature, where growth rates have recovered from relatively dull performances in 2012 and 2013. Increasing demand for data storage, security, and speed, along with growth in colocation and cloud services are driving UPS and cooling revenues.

North America and Europe accounted for the largest shares of UPS and cooling revenues in 2014. However, the fastest growth will come from Asia-Pacific, led by China and India. Southeast Asian economies such as Indonesia and Malaysia are other strong growth markets. In terms of cooling, although traditional cooling methods still dominate market revenues, advanced cooling solutions are fast making in-roads into the market.”

Key questions in the report are:

  • Is the market growing, how long will it continue to grow, and at what rate?
  • What are the key growth drivers and restraints for the market?
  • How is the revenue system structured? Which segments are experiencing growth and which are declining? What is the forecast for the next five years?
  • What are the key trends in the current market? What will be the impact of emerging trends in the future?
  • What companies are the major participants in these markets and what are their market shares?
  • What does the competitive scenario look like?
  • What are the regional revenues and forecasts breakdowns?

Frost & Sullivan: Global Power and Cooling in the Data Center Market»

 

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