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    [EN] Global colocation market




    $22.8bn in annualized revenue, 3,796 datacenters operated by 1,094 companies

    In Q1 2015, the overwhelming majority of this revenue (74.8%) continues to be derived from local providers with sub-$500m in annualized colocation revenues.


    NEW YORK (PRWEB) April 16, 2015

    451 Research projects the global colocation market annualized revenue to reach $36.1bn by 2017 in its latest quarterly Datacenter KnowledgeBase (DCKB) release. The DCKB database covers 3,796 individual datacenters operated by 1,094 datacenter companies serving North America (NA); Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); Asia-Pacific (APAC) and Latin America (LATAM). 451 Research is a preeminent information technology research and advisory company with a focus on technology innovation and market disruption.

    At present, the datacenter colocation market sees $22.8bn in annualized revenue. In Q1 2015, the overwhelming majority of this revenue (74.8%) continues to be derived from local providers with sub-$500m in annualized colocation revenues.

    “This remains an extremely fragmented industry,” notes Kelly Morgan, research director, North American Datacenters. “The majority of colocation facilities are provided by local operators with only one to three facilities each. However, it is becoming harder for them to compete with the more geographically diverse providers that are now entering many local markets. We will see continued consolidation in this sector.”

    Among the largest providers, Equinix is the market leader in the combined wholesale and retail colocation market, with 8.42% of global annualized wholesale and retail colocation revenue. Digital Realty, primarily a wholesale provider, is the second largest supplier in terms of revenue at 5.65%, but maintains leadership with 9.62% of global operational square feet. 451 Research estimates that the global colocation market will grow in terms of total operational square feet from today’s 108.9m square feet to a projected 149.7m square feet by the end of 2017.

    “Colocation continues to be the bedrock for much of Cloud 2.0,” says Katie Broderick, research director, 451 Research. “The global colocation market is the physical (facilities and networking) underpinning of both enterprises’ off-premises computing, and hosting and cloud service providers’ value-add services.”

    451 Research estimates that today, less than half of the world’s total operational space for colocation (space supporting IT equipment) is in NA at 42.58%. The second largest region in terms of colocation operational square feet is APAC, with 26.51% of space, while EMEA accounts for another 26.36%. The remaining 4.55% of space is in LATAM. This is the first quarter since 451 Research began tracking the colocation market that APAC has been the second largest region, overtaking EMEA. Growth in APAC is fueled by overall economic growth and a less entrenched installed base of enterprise facilities with which colocation providers must compete.

    http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/04/prweb12651303.htm

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    $22.8bn in annualized revenue
    Considerando a receita estimada atual com "cloud" de US$ 6 bilhões cada, da Amazon AWS, Microsoft e IBM, que ainda estão engatinhando, percebe-se como é pequeno e pulverizado esse mercado, algo que também é sinalizado pelo baixo valor de mercado da Equinix & Cia.

    PS: De um tópico antigo:

    Valor de mercado (US$) - Janeiro de 2012

    B - bilhão M - milhão

    Rackspace Hosting (RAX) 5.43B

    CoreSite Realty Corporation (COR) 367.62M

    Digital Realty Trust (DLR) 6.71B

    Equinix (EQIX) 4.93B

    DuPont Fabros Technology (DFT) 1.48B

    InterXion (INXN) 899.65M

    Internap Network Services Corporation (INAP) 303.40M

    CenturyLink (CTL) 22.82B

    Akamai Technologies (AKAM) 6.04B

    Limelight Networks (LLNW) 334.87M

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    Red Hat (RHT) 8.30B

    Citrix Systems (CTXS) 11.68B

    NetApp (NTAP) 13.01B

    VMware (VMW) 35.18B

    EMC Corporation (EMC) 45.45B

    Nota: A EMC comprou a VMware em dezembro de 2003 por $635M

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    Amazon (AMZN) 85.76B (13/04/2012)

    Walmart (WMT) 203.49B (13/04/2012)
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