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NEW!! The Cloud and Data Centre Markets in the Asia Pacific Region



NEW!!  The Cloud and Data Centre Markets in the Asia Pacific Region

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About the report (125 Pages)


The Cloud and Data Centre markets in the Asia Pacific Region report analyses eleven Cloud and third-party Data Centre country markets in the region including Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.


 


The Data Centres providers in Asia Pacific region isamongst the fastest growing in the world.  For example, in China, 21vianet Group and GDS Holdings have reported annual revenue growth rates of 25 per cent and 39 per cent for the year to Q1 2020.


 


The report looks at the key Cloud and Data Centre developments in the region, including the key metrics of market size, growth, pricing and new investment.


 


The report features four main sections including:


Section One:  The Data Centre Landscape in the Asia Pacific Region – surveys international sub-sea fibre connectivity, domestic fibre connectivity including Dark Fibre connectivity and power availability.


Section Two:    Country Survey of the Cloud in the Asia Pacific Region


Section Three:  Country Survey of Data Centres in the Asia Pacific Region


Section Four:  Profiles of the key Cloud and Data Centre Providers in the Asia Pacific Region 


Section Five:  Forecasts and Conclusions to the Asia Pacific Region survey – includes Forecasts for the public cloud markets across the eleven countries (by annual revenues in millions of USD from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025), and for Data Centre markets across the eleven countries (using the metrics of annual revenues, Data Centre raised floor space and Data Centre Customer Power (DCCP) from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025). Finally, DCP identifies the key trends and the key conclusions to the report.    


 


Geographical coverage:
Australia
China
Hong Kong
Indonesia
Japan
South Korea
Malaysia
Singapore
Taiwan
Thailand
Vietnam




Table of Contents
A list of Tables and Charts
Methodology
About DCP (Data Centre Pricing)
Executive Summary


 


Section One – The Data Centre Fabric in the Asia Pacific Region
Introduction
Sub Sea fibre Connectivity in the Asia Pacific Region
Domestic fibre Connectivity in the Asia Pacific Region
Power in the Asia Pacific Region
Key Point Summary


 


Section Two – Country Survey of the Cloud in the Asia Pacific Region
Introduction
Details of the key Clousd Service Providers in each of the 11 covered countries with cloud availability zones
Key Point Summary


 


Section Three – Country Survey of Data Centres in the Asia Pacific Region
Introduction
A summary of key the third-party Data centres in each of the 11 countries market with a forecasts for each country from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025
Most recent Data Centre developments in each country
Key Point Summary


 


Section Four – Key Cloud & Data Centre Providers in the Asia Pacific Region
Introduction


Key CSP (Cloud Service Providers) Profiles in the Asia Pacific Region including:
Alibaba Cloud Profile
Amazon Web Services (AWS) Profile
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Profile
IBM Cloud Profile
Microsoft Azure Cloud Profile
Oracle Cloud Profile


Key Data Centre Provider Profiles in the Asia Pacific Region including:
Digital Realty Profile
Equinix Profile
GDS Holdings Profile
Global Switch Profile
i-advantage Data Centre Profile
ST Telemedia (STT) Profile


 


Section Five – Forecasts & Conclusions to the Asia Pacific Region survey
Introduction
Forecasts for the Cloud markets in the Asia Pacific Region
Forecasts for the Data Centre markets in the Asia Pacific Region
Conclusions for the Asia Pacific Region
Key Point Summary


 


A list of Tables and Charts


Figure 1 – A table showing the currency exchange rates used to convert into USD $1 in the report


Figure 2 – A table showing the key statistics for 3rd party Data Centres in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 3 – A table showing the 11 Countries population divided by forecast Data Centre raised floor space in m2 as of the beginning of 2021


Figure 4 – A pie chart showing the forecast breakdown of Data Centre raised floor space in m2 by Country Market as a percentage as of the beginning of 2021


Figure 5 – A table showing the largest Data Centre Providers in each of the 11 Asia Pacific Region countries surveyed in the report


Figure 6 – A table showing the Data Centre presence of Digital Realty and Equinix in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 7 – A chart showing the CAGR growth per annum in Data Centre raised floor space for the 11 Asia Pacific Countries from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025 in per cent


Figure 8 – A table showing the average mobile data usage in GB per SIM per Asian country


Figure 9 – A table showing the breakdown of the number of 3rd party Data Centre Providers & Facilities by each Country in the Asia Pacific Region (forecast for the beginning of 2021)


Figure 10 – A table showing the US UpTime Institute design certified 3rd party Data Centre facilities in the Asia Pacific Region (excluding China)


Figure 11 – A table showing the US UpTime Institute certified 3rd party Data Centre facilities in China


Figure 12 – A table showing forecast growth in total Asia Pacific Region Data Centre raised floor space from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024 in m2


Figure 13 – A table showing forecast growth in Asia Pacific Region DCCP from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024 in MW by Country Market per annum


Figure 14 – A table showing forecast growth in Data Centre raised floor space by Country Market from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024


Figure 15 – A chart showing the forecast growth in Asia Pacific Region public cloud revenues from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2025 – in millions of USD per annum


Figure 16 – A chart showing the forecast CAGR per annum growth in Data Centre revenue & public cloud revenue from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024 in per cent  


Figure 17 – A chart showing the average rack space rentals by each Asia Pacific Region Country Market in USD per month


Figure 18 – A chart showing the peak IP Exchange Traffic for selected exchanges in the Asia Pacific Region (the most recent in Gbps)


Figure 19 – A table showing the size of selected large Data Centre facilities in the Asia Pacific Region - in m2


Figure 20 – A table showing the recent planned Data Centre developments announced for the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 21 – A table showing the ACCA CRI-2020 survey 14 country rankings and scores in the Asia Region


Figure 22 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting Australia


Figure 23 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting China


Figure 24 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting Hong Kong


Figure 25 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting Indonesia


Figure 26 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting Japan


Figure 27 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting Malaysia


Figure 28 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting South Korea


Figure 29 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting Singapore


Figure 30 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting Taiwan


Figure 31 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting Thailand


Figure 32 – A table showing the key subsea fibre cables connecting Vietnam


Figure 33 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in Australia


Figure 34 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in China


Figure 35 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in Hong Kong


Figure 36 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in Indonesia


Figure 37 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in Japan


Figure 38 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in Malaysia


Figure 39 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in South Korea


Figure 40 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in Singapore


Figure 41 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in Taiwan


Figure 42 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in Thailand


Figure 43 – A table showing the key domestic fibre connectivity providers in Vietnam


Figure 44 – A pie chart showing China’s energy mix including renewables as a percentage of the total (as of 2018)


Figure 45 – A chart showing the percentage of renewable power by each Asia Pacific country market


Figure 46 – A chart showing the average utility rates in the Asia Pacific Region in USD per kWH


Figure 47 – A table showing the key CSPs with availability zones in Australia


Figure 48 – A table showing the key CSPs with availability zones in China


Figure 49 – A table showing the key CSPs with availability zones in Hong Kong


Figure 50 – A table showing the key CSPs with availability zones in Indonesia


Figure 51 – A table showing the key CSPs with availability zones in Japan


Figure 52 – A table showing the key CSPs with availability zones in South Korea


Figure 53 – A table showing the key CSPs with availability zones in Singapore


Figure 54 – A table showing a breakdown of the global public CSP presence by each Country Market in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 55 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party Australian Data Centre market


Figure 56 – A table showing recent Australian Data Centre developments


Figure 57 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party Chinese Data Centre market


Figure 58 – A table showing recent Chinese Data Centre developments


Figure 59 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party Hong Kong Data Centre market


Figure 60 – A table showing recent Hong Kong Data Centre developments


Figure 61 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party Indonesian Data Centre market


Figure 62 – A table showing recent Indonesian Data Centre developments


Figure 63 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party Japanese Data Centre market


Figure 64 – A table showing recent Japanese Data Centre developments


Figure 65 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party South Korean Data Centre market


Figure 66 – A table showing recent South Korean Data Centre developments


Figure 67 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party Singaporean Data Centre market


Figure 68 – A table showing recent Singaporean Data Centre developments


Figure 69 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party Taiwanese Data Centre market


Figure 70 – A table showing recent Taiwanese Data Centre developments


Figure 71 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party Thai Data Centre market


Figure 72 – A table showing recent Thai Data Centre developments


Figure 73 – A table summarising the size & forecast for the 3rd party Vietnamese Data Centre market


Figure 74 – A table showing recent Vietnamese Data Centre developments


Figure 75 – A chart showing Asia Pacific Data Centre space CAGR growth per annum in percent from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024 by each Country Market


Figure 76 – A table showing the Alibaba Cloud availability zone presence by Country in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 77 – A table showing the AWS availability zone presence by Country in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 78 – A table showing the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) availability zone presence by Country in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 79 – A table showing the IBM Cloud availability zone presence by Country in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 80 – A table showing the Microsoft Azure Cloud availability zone presence by Country in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 81 – A table showing the Oracle Cloud availability zone presence by Country in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 82 – A pie chart showing a breakdown of Equinix space in the Asia Pacific region in per cent


Figure 83 – A table showing the Global Switch Data Centre facilities in the Asia Pacific Region


Figure 84 – A table showing the i-advantage Data Centre facilities in Hong Kong


Figure 85 – A table showing the NEXTDC Data Centre facilities in Australia


Figure 86 – A table showing the ST Telemedia Data Centre facilities in Singapore


Figure 87 – A table showing a revenue forecast for public cloud services in the Asia Pacific Region in millions of USD from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024


Figure 88 – A chart showing a revenue forecast for public cloud services in the Asia Pacific Region in millions of USD from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024


Figure 89 – A table showing a revenue forecast for Data Centres in the Asia Pacific Region in millions of USD from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024


Figure 90 – A chart showing a revenue forecast for Data Centres in the Asia Pacific Region in millions of USD from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024


Figure 91 – A table showing a Data Centre pricing forecast in USD per m2 per month from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024 per Asia Pacific Region Country Market


Figure 92 – A chart showing a Data Centre pricing forecast in USD per m2 per month from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024 per Asia Pacific Region Country Market


Figure 93 – A table showing a raised floor space forecast for Data Centres in the Asia Pacific Region in m2 from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024


Figure 94 – A chart showing a raised floor space forecast for Data Centres in the Asia Pacific Region in m2 from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024


Figure 95 – A table showing a DCCP forecast for Data Centres in the Asia Pacific Region in MW from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024


Figure 96 – A chart showing a DCCP forecast for Data Centres in the Asia Pacific Region in MW from the beginning of 2021 to the beginning of 2024




Some of the companies mentioned include:



21Vianet Group, Alibaba Cloud, AIMS Group, AirTrunk, AT Tokyo, AWS, BDx (Big Data eXchange), Beijing Sinnet, Biznet, CITIC, Canberra Data Centres, Chunghwa Telecom, CMC Technology, Colt, ComSpace, DCI Data Centres, Digital Realty, Equinix, Facebook, FPT, GDS Holdings, Global Switch, Google, HUAWEI CLOUD, i-advantage, IBM Cloud, IIJ (Internet Initiative Japan), IoTC, Keppel Data Centre Holdings, KT, LG U+, Leading EdgeDC, MacQuarie Data Centers, Microsoft Cloud, MC Digital Realty, NEXTDC, NTT Com/Global Data Centers, PCCW, Princeton Data Group (PDG), Singtel, Softbank Frontier IDC, SpaceDC, SK Telecom, ST Telemedia GDC, SUNeVision, SUPERNap, Telehouse/KDDI, Telkomsigma, Viettel, VNPT and xScale.






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