Data Center IT Asset Disposition Market: Cloud Computing and Environmental Policies Creating Widespread Demand

A recent market intelligence study by Transparency Market Research (TMR) detects that the global data center IT asset disposition market is in development phase with a highly prosperous future, owing to the ubiquity of electronic devices that need proper disposing in order to preserve the environment. There are plenty of opportunities for the existing players, with most of them implementing aggressive remarketing strategies to add to their enterprise level customers as well as focusing on incrementing their output in terms of remarketed products sold.

For instance, CCS providers such as Facebook Inc., Amazon Web Services Inc., Google Inc., Microsoft Corporation, and Apple Inc. have employed ITAD programs and procedures to dispose discarded assets in order to efficiently manage their unusable IT assets. This strategy enables them to comply with the regulatory policies pertaining to the environment and increase their returns.

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As per the projections of the TMR report, the demand in the global data center IT asset disposition market will increase at an impressive CAGR of 6.8% during the forecast period of 2017 to 2025, estimating it to reach a valuation of US$13.87 bn by the end of 2025, substantially up from its evaluated worth of US$7.74 bn in 2016.

Some of the key companies currently operating in the global data center IT asset disposition market are: Dell Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE), Arrow Electronics, Inc., Apto Solutions, Inc., CloudBlue Technologies, Inc (Ingram Micro, Inc.), LifeSpan International, Inc., Iron Mountain Incorporated., ITRenew Inc., TES-AMM Pte Ltd., and Sims Recycling Ltd.

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Based on asset type, the report segments the global data center IT asset disposition market into memory modules, servers, CPU, HDD, GBIC, desktops, line cards, laptops, and SSD, and rates serve as the most in-demand segment, gaining traction from the proliferation of cloud computing, growing number of data centers, and growing big data applications. On the basis of service, the market has been bifurcated into data sanitation or destruction, remarketing or resale, and recycling, with data sanitation of destruction providing maximum demand, as a result of compliance with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Department of Defense (DoD) guidelines.