The global datacenter deployment spending market has a prosperous future, with the demand projected to expand at a notable CAGR of 13.5% during the forecast period of 2017 to 2022. This prosperity of the datacenter deployment spending market, across the world, is a reflection of mushrooming number of small and medium enterprises who need servers and other hardware, emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data, and surge in the number of smart devices that can be interconnected.
While sustained demand for third-party services and substantial lack of awareness continues to obstruct the market from attaining its true potential, the vendors operating in the datacenter deployment spending market are expected to gain new opportunities from the exponential growth of data center traffic. In terms of revenue, the global datacenter deployment spending market is estimated to be worth US$83,650.5 mn by the end of 2022, substantially up from its evaluated worth of US$44,346.7 mn in 2017.
Service Provider Emerges as Most Profitable End-buyer Segment
On the basis of end-buyer, the global datacenter deployment spending market is segmented into service provider and enterprise. The service provider segment served more than half, 52.6%, of the total demand in 2017, which was worth US$23,311.5 mn. This segment is projected to expand at an above-average CAGR of 15.5% during the said forecast period and reach a valuation of US$47,897.3 mn by 2022, when it will be accounting for 57.3% of the total demand.
Training and development services aids organizations to improve their data center performance via educational programs. In addition to that, these services are beneficial in transforming enterprise IT by the means of reducing cost. As the awareness of these benefits spreads, the service provider segment of the market will continue to flourish. The service provider segment of the global datacenter deployment spending market is growing at US$4,917.2 mn annually over the course of the forecast period, and this absolute growth is larger than any other segment.
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Based on datacenter type, the market has been bifurcated into localized, mid-tier, high-end, and mega datacenters. In the near future, the localized and mid-tier categories is foreseen to flourish, owing to rapid adoption of these datacenters by small enterprises. These datacenters are distinguished by single non-redundant connections to hardware equipment that includes cooling and power distribution. Small and medium enterprises run on smaller data availability requirements and often opt for economical options. On the basis of build type, the global datacenter deployment spending market has been classified into new datacenter and rebuild datacenter.
Mushrooming SMEs in U.S. Makes North America Most Lucrative Region
Geographically, this report gauges the potential of datacenter deployment spending market in the regions of North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific except Japan (APEJ), and the Middle East and Africa (MEA), besides a dedicated chapter on the country of Japan. In 2017, North America emerged as the most lucrative regional market, serving a demand for datacenter deployment spending that was worth US$16,182.8 mn in 2017.
The presence of a large number of datacenter across various sectors in this region, primarily in the developed countries of the U.S. and Canada, is the key driver of North America datacenter deployment spending market. The demand from this region has been anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 12.7% during the forecast period of 2017 to 2022, by the end of which it will possess a revenue worth of US$29,389.7 mn. Overall revenue from Europe datacenter deployment spending market is anticipated to increase at a CAGR of 13.3% over 2017-2022, to reach US$ 22,353.8 Mn by 2022.
Microsoft, IBM, Google Inc., Digital Reality, AT&T, NTT Communication Corporation, HP Company, Cisco Systems, and Equinix are some of the prominent companies currently operating in the global datacenter deployment spending market.