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Increasing Internet Penetration to Influence Demand for Data Center Infrastructure Management Solutions Globally

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Published on : Dec 01, 2016

Thanks to the huge amount of data being generated, owing to the rising usage of internet, globally, the worldwide market for data center infrastructure management (DCIM) is anticipated to witness a remarkable surge over the forthcoming years. The upswing in the demand for IT assets is reflecting positively on this market at present. However, the increasing adoption of DCIM software is likely to shape the future of this market in the near future.

North America to Retain Leadership

The global market for data center infrastructure management is spread across North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, South America, and the Middle East and Africa. Owing to the availability of a large pool of data centers as well as data center infrastructure management solution providers, North America has acquired the leading position in the overall market and is expected to retain it also over the next few years. The infrastructural advancement in the IT industry in this region is also projected to boost the North America data center infrastructure management market.

Asia Pacific and Europe to Also Gain Significant Impetus in Near Future

On the similar line, Asia Pacific and Europe are also projected to witness strong growth in their respective markets for data center infrastructure management in the coming years. While the growing awareness regarding the advantages of green data centers is likely to propel the European market, the market in Asia Pacific is likely to gain substantially from the extensive rise of the IT and service sectors in this region.

Some of the leading participants competing in the global market for data center infrastructure management are Cormant Inc., Altron A.S., Commscope Inc., Rackwise Inc., Panduit Corp., Nlyte Software Inc., Sunbird Software Inc., Siemens AG, Johnson Controls Inc., FNT GmbH, ABB Ltd., IBM Corp., CA Technologies Inc., Emerson Network Power Inc., Eaton Corp. Plc, and Schneider Electric SE.