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The report provides analysis of the country’s Data Centre pricing, space and revenues based on a unique TCL survey of 46 Data Centre providers and 120 facilities. It provides details on the main Data Centre segments for Carrier Neutral, Carrier Based and Premium Data Centre facilities with key providers and trends. The report also features a 5 year forecast for the country’s Data Centre average rack space and square metre pricing, space and revenues from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017. The report contains 65 pages and over 43 tables and charts.
Introduction (Extract from the Report)
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The TCL Data Centre Pricing UK – 2012 report provides a unique overview of Data Centre pricing in theUK market – which is currently the largest in Europe by raised floor space and has amongst the highest average rack space pricing per month of all of the European countries of over Euro 1,011 per month per standard retail rack of space.
The UK continues to see a build out of new Data Centre space. Traditionally, Data Centre space has been focussed around the Londonarea, with facilities originally began in the Docklands, and to the West of London.
But more recently major Data Centre facilities have been constructed outside of London and the South East region with large campus-style Data Centres being established in areas outside Londonsuch as Wiltshire, Leicestershire, South Wales andNorth Cambridgeshire.
These new Data Centre offer each offer potential raised floor space of from 30,000 square metres up to 60,000 square metres and aim to attract a wide range of clients. Space is typically being released through the sale of individual data halls, with a gradual build out programme in line with customer demand.
The use of multiple data halls allows the Data Centre provider additional flexibility. Each hall can be customised for the particular power or redundancy requirements of the client or else can be used to provide general Data Centre space for individual enterprise users.
Data Centre providers that have specialised in the supply of wholesale space are targeting the medium or large retail segment user through the packaging of power and space as cage or suite space. Space and power is being provided at smaller units bringing the wholesale provider into competition with other Data Centre providers.
The introduction of new raised floor space by the large Data Centre provider from outside London will provide more user choice but at a lower average price point. The new campus space does not have the same degree of network connectivity as a traditional London based facility but it will provide more options for customers where location is not so important.
The new space will also put a floor on average market pricing. However it is likely that the existing London-based Data Centre will continue to benefit from high utilisation levels due to the ability to connect to a wider range of networks and clients that will be attractive to financial traders, gaming, content delivery and digital media providers.
But the spread of low cost campus-style space outsideLondonwill allow telecoms, hosting and integrators to rent low cost high quality raised floor space rather than build their own Data Centre facilities.
Although much of the campus-style Data Centre space is being used for wholesale space, much of the space will re-enter the market as resellers re-sell Data Centre space to retail end-users which will act as a constraint on average market pricing.
The introduction of new UK Data Centre space is being driven by a relatively small number of new Data Centre providers with very large facilities outside the London area including providers such as E-Shelter, NGD, Camro and Ark Continuity alone accounting for raised floor space – when fully built out - of up to 190,000 square metres.
Table of Contents
A list of tables and charts used in the report
A list of UK Data Centre companies mentioned in the report
The main highlights of the Data Centre Pricing UK - 2012 report
Introduction – Data Centre Pricing UK - 2012 report
Chapter One – A market overview of the UK Data Centre
- The landscape for the Data Centre market in the UK
- The key data Centre players in the UK market
- The UK Carrier Based Data Centre Segment
- The UK Carrier Neutral Data Centre Segment
- The UK Premium Data Centre Segment
- Key Point Summary
Chapter Two – The average pricing for Data Centres in the UK
- The average rack space pricing for UK Data Centres
- Installation charges
- Administration charges
- Average French Data Centre pricing per square metre per month
- UK Data Centre pricing for cage space
- UK Data Centre pricing for cross connects
- Typical UK Data Centre pricing for power
- Basic UK industrial power costs
- Average customer power per UK Data Centre facility
- Average UK Data Centre pricing per kW bundle per rack
- UK Data Centre Watts per square metre pricing
- The main Data Centre trends taking place in the UK
- UK Data Centre pricing for supplementary services
- A UK Data Centre average price forecast from 2012 to 2017
- Key Point Summary
Chapter Three – The future developments in the UK Data Centre market
The key statistics in the UK Data Centre market
The new UK Data Centre developments
A forecast for UK Data Centre raised floor space from 2012 to 2017
A forecast for UK Data Centre monthly revenues from 2012 to 2017
A forecast for UK Data Centre rack space pricing from 2012 to 2017
A forecast for UK Data Centre pricing per square metre from 2012 to 2017
A forecast for UK Data Centre pricing per kW from 2012 to 2017
The key trends taking place in the UK Data Centre market
- Key Point Summary
Chapter Four – Conclusions
Appendix One – A Glossary of terms used in the report
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