London Data Centre Market 2010 - 2015

  • Product Code:
    RP-ID-10303910
  • Published Date:
    24 Mar 2020
  • Region:
    Global
  • Pages:
    98
  • Category:
    Service Industry
  • Publisher:
    Pub-ID-49

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This new research reports (98 pages) on the key supply, demand and price trends that affect the London Data Centre Market.


Research into the main Data Centre players with the supply and demand of new space and pricing into the London market (defined as being within the M25 ring road area).


A complete picture of the London Data Centre market will be created based on information supplied from the main facility players including: City Lifeline, COLT, Equinix, Global Switch, Interxion, TelecityGroup & Telehouse Europe.





The new study covers:


1. Supply of Data Centre space in the London market: 2009-2010


2. Demand for Data Centre space in the London market: 2009-2010


3. The demand for Data Centre space: based on customer segment


4. Typical types of demand for Data Centre space: examples of deals


5. The future demand forecast for Data Centre space in the London market: 2010-2014


6. Typical products, rack space per square metre, enterprise space & power requirements





Contents


A list of tables and charts


A list of companies mentioned in this report


Methodology


Executive Summary & Overview


Chapter One - An Introduction to the London Data Centre market


1.1 Introduction


1.2 The overall Data Centre market in London versus the rest of the UK


1.3 The key London Data Centre clusters


1.4 The development of the London Data Centre over time


1.5 The London Data Centre landscape in 2010


1.6 Key Data Centre developments in other parts of London in 2010


1.7 The main drivers behind the growth in London Data Centre locations


1.8 Exactly what is the London Data Centre region?


1.9 The case for - and against - latency as a reason for the Data Centre location in London


1.10 The different customer segments of the London Data Centre market


1.11 The different customer needs of the London Data Centre market


1.12 Customer inertia and Data Centre churn


1.13 The IT trends that are driving third party Data Centre adoption


1.14 The main reasons for using a third party Data Centre provider


1.15 Key Point Summary
Contents


A list of tables and charts


A list of companies mentioned in this report


Methodology


Executive Summary & Overview


Chapter One - An Introduction to the London Data Centre market


1.1 Introduction


1.2 The overall Data Centre market in London versus the rest of the UK


1.3 The key London Data Centre clusters


1.4 The development of the London Data Centre over time


1.5 The London Data Centre landscape in 2010


1.6 Key Data Centre developments in other parts of London in 2010


1.7 The main drivers behind the growth in London Data Centre locations


1.8 Exactly what is the London Data Centre region?


1.9 The case for - and against - latency as a reason for the Data Centre location in London


1.10 The different customer segments of the London Data Centre market


1.11 The different customer needs of the London Data Centre market


1.12 Customer inertia and Data Centre churn


1.13 The IT trends that are driving third party Data Centre adoption


1.14 The main reasons for using a third party Data Centre provider


1.15 Key Point Summary









Chapter Two - Supply of Data Centre space in the London market: 2009-2010


2.1 Introduction


2.2 A brief history of Data Centre build-outs in London


2.3 The costs of building a new Data Centre in the London market


2.4 Planning considerations for Data Centre build outs in London


2.5 Greater London Authority concern about CO2 emissions


2.6 New London Data Centre deployments in 2010


2.7 Future developments for the London Data Centre


2.8 The main constraints on the London Data Centre


2.9 Constraints for new build Data Centre schemes and the green belt in London


2.10 Constraints on London Data Centre build outs


2.11 Energy constraints in the London Data Centre market


2.12 The importance of accounting for power costs in the Data Centre


2.13 Data Centre power trends over time


2.14 The EU Joint Research Commission initiative for Data Centres


2.15 The UK CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme & the Data Centre


2.16 Other limitations on London Data Centre development


2.17 Regulatory & Disaster Recovery limitations on the London Data Centre


2.18 Key Point Summary





Chapter Three - Demand for Data Centre space in the London market: 2009-2010


3.1 Introduction


3.2 The key developments from the beginning of 2009


3.3 The impact of the economic recession on the London Data Centre


3.4 Key Point Summary





Chapter Four - The demand for Data Centre space: based on customer segment


4.1 Introduction


4.2 The main customer segments for the London Data Centre market


4.3 The key needs for each user segment


4.4 Key Point Summary





Chapter Five - Typical types of demand for Data Centre space- some examples of deals


5.1 Introduction


5.2 The UK economy & the London Data Centre


5.3 Recent deals in the London Data Centre market


5.4 A breakdown of the main London Data Centre customer segments - from 2009 to 2010


5.5 The main trends in customer Data Centre deals in London


5.6 The development of low latency trading hubs within the London Data Centre


5.7 The development of High Density areas within the London Data Centre


5.8 Key Point Summary





Chapter Six - The future demand forecast for Data Centre space in the London market: 2010-2015


6.1 Introduction


6.2 Industry forecasts for Data Centre growth


6.3 London Data Centre market - rental revenue forecast from 2010 to 2015


6.4 The categories of London Data Centre


6.6 The London Data Centre segment versus other European cities


6.7 Key Point Summary





Chapter Seven - Typical products, rack space per square metre, enterprise space & power requirements for the London Data Centre market


7.1 Introduction


7.2 The IT environment affecting the London Data Centre


7.3 The key products offered by the London Data Centre


7.4 The revenue breakdown by product type for the Data Centre


7.5 The importance of power for the London Data Centre


7.6 Requirements for power in the London Data Centre


7.7 Approaches to PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness)


7.8 Data Centre value added services portfolio


7.9 Managed services provided by the Data Centre


7.10 Examples of managed services in the Data Centre


7.11 Key Point Summary





Chapter Eight - The future of the London Data Centre market from 2010 to 2015


8.1 Introduction


8.2 The key drivers for London Data Centre growth


8.3 Demand and Supply for the London Data Centre market


8.4 Utilisation trends of Data Centre space over time


8.5 Future space developments for the London Data Centre


8.6 Revenue trends for the London Data Centre


8.7 Differentiation for the London Data Centre


8.8 Products for the London Data Centre


8.9 Pricing trends for the London Data Centre


8.10 Power and Cooling for the London Data Centre





8.11 The emergence of the ecologically friendly (or "green") Data Centre


8.12 Recent research into Green Data Centres


8.13 Power supply constraints for the London Data Centre


8.14 Alternative fuel sources for the London Data Centre


8.15 The use of managed services for the London Data Centre


8.16 Constraints for the London Data Centre market


8.17 Alternatives to the London Data Centre


8.18 Key Data Centre developments outside the London M25 ring road


8.19 Segmenting the London Data Centre market by facility


8.20 Key Point Summary





Chapter Nine - Conclusions


9.1 Introduction


9.2 The changing landscape for Data Centres from 2000 to 2010


9.3 A summary of the main future London Data Centre trends in this report identified


Appendix: A list of carrier neutral Data Centres inside the London M25 ring road area
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