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DATA CENTRES - UK - MAY 2018

Published By :

Mintel

Published Date : May 2018

Category :

Data Center

No. of Pages : N/A

The data centre sector remains highly fragmented in the UK as it is worldwide. Growth in the number of data centres is slowing, but demand for services continues to grow. This is encouraging widespread modernisation of the legacy infrastructure to increase capacity and gain greater cost efficiency. Eventually there will be a strong trend to concentration, encouraged by the barriers to entry created by this modernisation, but the attractiveness of the sector is such that venture capital/external finance will continue to be attracted to the industry.

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The market
Figure 1: UK market for colocation data centres, 2015-2022
Figure 2: World location and management of IT infrastructure, 2016-2020
Figure 3: Segmentation of the UK market for IT services by industry, 2017
Figure 4: UK data centre usage, by industry, 2017
Figure 5: UK data centre usage, by size of company, 2017
Figure 6: UK analysis of colocation data centre locations, by, country, 2018
Figure 7: Major data centre locations in England, 2018
Market factors
Companies
What we think
KEY ISSUES
What modernisations are taking place?
So why is the industry so fragmented?
Why is the UK a European leader?
INTRODUCTION
Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning
Figure 8: World analysis of colocation data centre locations, 2018
Figure 9: UK role in the Western European market for colocation data centres, 2018
UK ECONOMY
Overview
Figure 10: Forecast GDP development 2017-22
Figure 11: UK GDP quarterly development, 2004-18
Inflation
House prices
Figure 12: UK House price changes, 2007-2018
Interest rates
Consumer spending
Manufacturing
Figure 13: UK manufacturing, 2014-18
Business investment
Figure 14: UK GFCF 2003-17
Imports
Exports
MARKET FACTORS
Market factors
Internet access and usage
Figure 15: Worldwide internet usage, by region, 2010-17
Figure 16: Proportion of businesses with Internet access, by size of company, 2012-16
Figure 17: Proportion of businesses with Internet access and type of connection, by size of company, 2012-16
Figure 18: Proportion of businesses by maximum contracted Internet connection speed, by size of company, 2012-16
Cloud computing
Figure 19: UK cloud computing market, 2013-17
MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
Market size and forecast
The context
The UK market
Figure 20: UK market for colocation data centres, 2015-2022
Figure 21: World location and management of IT infrastructure, 2016-2020
MARKET SEGMENTATION
Market segmentation
Types of data centres
Figure 22: UK analysis of data centres, by type, 2017
Figure 23: UK analysis of data centres, by raised floor space, 2017
Data centre functions
Figure 24: UK analysis of data centres, by revenue function, 2017
Type of end user
Figure 25: Segmentation of the UK market for IT services by industry, 2017
Figure 26: UK data centre usage, by industry, 2017
Size of end user
Figure 27: UK leading web hosting operators, 2018
Figure 28: UK data centre usage, by size of company, 2017
Geographic breakdown
Figure 29: UK analysis of colocation data centre locations, by, country, 2018
England
Figure 30: Major data centre locations in England, 2018
Scotland
Figure 31: Major data centre locations in Scotland, 2018
Wales
Figure 32: Major data centre locations in Wales, 2018
Northern Ireland
MARKET TRENDS
Market trends
Trend to modernisation and all-flash solutions
Trend to modernisation and converged technologies
Trend to modernisation and software defined storage
Energy consumption and cooling facilities
Security
Regional development
INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Industry development
COMPANY PROFILES
COLT TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
Figure 33: Financial Analysis of Colt Technology Services, 2012-16
Company strategy
EQUINIX
Figure 34: Equinix data centre portfolio, 2018
Figure 35: Financial Analysis of Equinix (UK), 2012-16
Company strategy
GLOBAL SWITCH
Figure 36: Financial Analysis of Global Switch, 2012-16
Company strategy
INTERXION
Figure 37: Financial Analysis of Interxion Europe, 2012-16
Company strategy
IOMART GROUP
NEXT GENERATION DATA
Figure 39: Financial analysis of Next Generation Data, 2013-17
Company strategy
PULSANT GROUP HOLDINGS
Figure 40: Financial analysis of Pulsant Group Holdings, 2015-16
Company strategy
TELEHOUSE INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION OF EUROPE
Figure 41: Financial Analysis of Telehouse International Corporation of Europe, 2012-17
Company strategy

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