The Data Centre Pricing Germany - 2012 Report
Published Date:24 Mar 2020
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The report, commenting on the trends, has been segmented the French Data Centre market into three broad categories which are defined below:
Carrier Based Data Centre segment – is defined as being a facility which has limited IP & network connectivity and which is owned by a telecoms operator.
Carrier Neutral Data Centre segment – is defined as being a facility which has a wide range of IP & network connectivity and which is not owned by a telecoms operator.
Premium Data Centre segment – is defined as being a facility which can support power bundles of up to 20 kW per rack as standard.
The report 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 69 pages and over 41 tables and charts.
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The average size of German Data Centre facility remains relatively low, at 2,510 square metres of raised floor space – mainly due to the large number of small Carrier Based collocation facilities that are scattered across Germany and lowers the average size.
Germany remains one of the largest Data Centre markets in Europe, and is second only to the UK Data Centre market in terms of raised floor space, and is significantly ahead of France & the Netherlands according to a forecast in the TCL survey.
German Data Centres also are forecast by TCL to see an increase in average customer power over the 5 year period to the end of 2017.
A list of tables and charts used in the report
A list of German Data Centre companies mentioned in the report
The main highlights of the Data Centre Pricing Germany - 2012 report
Introduction – Data Centre Pricing Germany - 2012 report
Chapter One – A market overview of the Germany Data Centre
- The landscape for the Data Centre market in Germany
- The key data Centre players in the German market
- The German Carrier Based Data Centre Segment
- The German Carrier Neutral Data Centre Segment
- The German Premium Data Centre Segment
- Key Point Summary
Chapter Two – The average pricing for Data Centres in Germany
- The average rack space pricing for German Data Centres
- Installation charges
- Administration charges
- Average German Data Centre pricing per square metre per month
- German Data Centre pricing for cage space
- German Data Centre pricing for cross connects
- Typical German Data Centre pricing for power
- Basic German industrial power costs
- Average customer power per German Data Centre facility
- Average German Data Centre pricing per kW bundle per rack
- German Data Centre Watts per square metre pricing
- The main Data Centre trends taking place in Germany
- German Data Centre pricing for supplementary services
- A German Data Centre average price forecast from 2012 to 2017
- Key Point Summary
Chapter Three – The future developments in the German Data Centre market
- The key statistics in the German Data Centre market
- The new German Data Centre developments
- A forecast for German Data Centre raised floor space from 2012 to 2017
- A forecast for German Data Centre monthly revenues from 2012 to 2017
- A forecast for German Data Centre rack space pricing from 2012 to 2017
- A forecast for German Data Centre pricing per square metre from 2012 to 2017
- A forecast for German Data Centre pricing per kW from 2012 to 2017
- The key trends taking place in the German Data Centre market
- Key Point Summary
Chapter Four – Conclusions
Appendix One – A Glossary of terms used in the report