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英國數據中心建設市場分析

Data Centre Construction Market Report - UK 2014-2018 Analysis

出版商 AMA Research
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 101 Pages
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英國數據中心建設市場分析 Data Centre Construction Market Report - UK 2014-2018 Analysis
出版日期: 2014年03月06日 內容資訊: 英文 101 Pages
簡介

英國的資訊中心建設市場受到2009-2010年經濟危機的影響而下滑,但自2011年起開始進入復甦軌道。該市場預計從2012年到2013將以高水準擴大,2013年的市場規模被推定大概11億英鎊。

本報告為,分析英國數據中心建設市場,並調查數據中心建設相關市場規模及趨勢、數據中心建設市場現況及未來展望、今後趨勢及要因、主要承包商簡介、相關市場趨勢等,以下列摘要形式闡述。

第1章 簡介

  • 背景
  • 資訊來源
  • 詞彙表

第2章 摘要•未來展望

  • 摘要
  • 未來展望

第3章 經濟環境

  • GDP
  • 通貨膨脹•利率
  • 失業率
  • 家庭消費
  • 住宅•建築
  • 匯率
  • 人口簡介
  • 結論

第4章 英國的資訊中心產業

  • 產業概要
  • 階層結構
  • 資訊中心市場結構

第5章 資訊中心建設市場

  • 定義
  • 市場概要
  • 市場規模
    • 背景
    • 現狀
    • 未來展望
  • 市場組合
  • 資訊中心建築企劃的特徵
    • 背景
    • 設計
    • 主要的結構要素
    • 費用
    • 網站的選擇

第6章 主要市場變動要素

  • 網際網路利用水準
  • IT外包的水準
  • 雲端運算的成長
  • 資訊中心優化策略
  • 法律規章和標準
  • 削減二氧化碳及綠色能源要求標準
  • 建築的技術創新和近代的手法

第7章 主要市場部門

  • 概要
  • 商用供應商部門
    • 批發•供應商
    • 主機代管•服務供應商
    • 託管/管理服務•供應商
  • 公共部門
  • 民間部門
    • 背景
    • 金融服務
    • 網路零售•休閒
    • 通訊業者•ISP
    • 傳播•內容提供商•社群媒體

第8章 供應商•承包商及利用產品

  • 主要的承包商•顧問企業
    • 資訊中心•顧問
    • 建設業者
    • M&E及IT承包商
    • 特殊承包商
  • 資訊中心建築用的主要產品
    • 概要
    • 電力•電纜•電子設備相關
    • 空調相關
    • 安全及登入控制相關
    • 防火相關
    • 其他產品

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目錄

AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the 2nd Edition of the report Data Centre Construction Market Report - UK 2014-2018 Analysis , which quantifies the construction market for data centres and provides a thorough review of the structure and performance of the market in 2014 and beyond. For this edition, the report provides a stronger focus on construction and the companies specialising in this market.

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Key issues analysed include:

  • Market Structure
  • Data Centre Operators
  • Legislation & Regulations
  • Energy Efficiency Requirements
  • Government Investment and Strategy
  • Corporate Activity and Major Projects
  • Modular Construction
  • Key Product Sectors
  • Impact of Cloud Computing and Virtualisation technology


This unique report provides both a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the data centre construction sector and represents an invaluable guide to the overall market for sales and marketing professionals involved in the construction, electrical or IT contracting industries. Focusing on market size and trends, important market influences, key end use sectors and future prospects, the report is comprehensive, informative and will facilitate operational and strategic decision-making processes.

Growth in the market for data centre construction was negatively affected by the global economic crisis and remained depressed for the subsequent two years, but returned to growth in 2011, driven by a release of pent up demand in particular. Since then, the data centre market has seen exceptional growth, with construction activity in 2012 at unprecedented levels and a subsequent pull back in 2013.

Key drivers for growth include growing online activity, the growth in cloud based services, an increasing focus on whole life cost and energy efficiency and an increase in outsourcing among smaller businesses. Factors likely to restrict growth in the medium term include a lack of suitable sites, difficulties in obtaining planning and finance for data centre projects, the implementation of virtualisation technology and a trend towards consolidation.

The current outlook for the market over the medium term is moderately positive, with construction activity expected to fall back to more sustainable levels from 2014 onwards. The shortage of modern and efficient data centre space experienced previously is now less of a factor following a period of exceptionally high levels of construction within the commercial sector.

Areas of particular interest include:

  • Government strategy and the progress of its data centre consolidation project.
  • Analysis of the main client sectors.
  • The impact of cloud computing and data centre optimisation strategies.
  • Review of the commercial sector incorporating co-location and wholesale providers.
  • Description of significant data centre projects.
  • Analysis of leading data centre operators/contractors and recent mergers & acquisitions.

Key areas covered in the report include:

INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

  • The UK Data Centre Industry - brief overview and structure.
  • Data Centre Market Structure - key delivery channels, customer groups, operators, UK data centre estate ownership shares.
  • Data Centre Classification - the Tier Standard and data centre types.

DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION MARKET

  • Definition and Market Overview - existing stock levels, the state of the market.
  • Market Performance - market size in value terms, growth levels 2009-2014.
  • Key trends - growth in cloud computing, consolidation, energy efficiency / outsourcing.
  • Future Prospects - market size and growth projections to 2018.
  • Market Mix - share of newbuild, upgrade/replacement and repair/maintenance.
  • Project Characteristics - typical size, build time and cost, site selection and design issues.

KEY MARKET TRENDS AND INFLUENCES

  • Review of past, current and future internet usage levels and trends in UK and Europe.
  • Analysis of current and forecast IP Traffic and types of Internet traffic .
  • Information about legislation and standards affecting the market. Review of government's datacentre consolidation project, IT expenditure and strategy .
  • Outline of carbon reduction and green energy requirements .
  • The impact of the growth in cloud computing and the use of virtualisation techniques . Analysis of the impact of IT outsourcing and review of recent market activity.

KEY MARKET SECTORS

  • Estimated output by value, with historical trends and forecasts , in each main sector.
  • Market mix by end-use sector. Key market drivers , influences and future prospects in each main market.
  • Project types, existing stock, key construction clients and major projects in each sector.
  • Commercial Operators - wholesale, co-location and managed services providers.
  • Public Sector Market - government IT spend by function and by department.
  • Private Sector Market - key sub-sectors, influences in each, key clients.

SUPPLIERS AND CONTRACTORS

  • Consultants - procurement process, the role of consultants, key consultants. Contractors - types of contractors, leading companies, mergers & acquisitions.
  • Key Product Sectors - Value of products in data centres, product mix, value by sector.
  • Products in Data Centres - review of each major product sector, including value, important market influences and key suppliers. Includes power and electrical equipment, cooling and air conditioning, networking equipment, security, access control and fire protection.

SUMMARY OF REPORT CONTENTS

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The market for data centre construction is estimated to be valued at around £1.1bn in 2013, following two years of high level growth.

The market performance has been variable, showing falls during 2009 and 2010 as a result of the economic downturn affecting a number of key sectors for data centres, such as financial services and retail. Subsequently there was a return to growth in 2011, data centre construction activity was at a very high level throughout 2012 and into 2013. This was due to the growing interest in cloud computing in combination with improving business confidence, which led to a release of projects previously on hold Energy efficiency is a key driver of market growth. The effects of improving energy efficiency in data centres can be seen immediately, bringing the additional benefit of substantial savings on operational costs, of which power accounts for a large share. This has driven demand for modular solutions, from rack-based solutions to complete data centre pods and containerised solutions. One key trend that may affect the market negatively in the longer term is that of consolidation. The government, as well as a number of private businesses, have announced plans to consolidate their data centre estates and move operations to fewer, larger and more efficient data centres. The full impact of this is yet to be seen.

In terms of contractors, the data centre market is extremely fragmented. While most large M&E contracting businesses are key players, companies involved in data centre construction range from major building contracting groups and commercial developers, to data centre specialists and operators, modular building manufacturers and IT equipment suppliers.

It appears that data centre construction is emerging as a significant sector in its own right, and one key trend seen over the past 2-3 years is that of integrated service offerings. Commercial operators and data centre specialists now offer a wider range of construction services and product/equipment suppliers are targeting whole ranges specifically at the data centre sector. These often include software solutions for monitoring and management as well as design & build services.

Demand is expected to continue to grow, particularly from technology, media and content providers, with the financial sector also expected to pick up following some definitive signs of economic recovery in early 2014. However, much of this demand is likely to be absorbed by existing vacant data centre space as more businesses opt for the co-location model. The impact of the government's data centre consolidation project has yet to be fully felt in the market. This is likely to lead to a reduction in the value of RMI and upgrade spend, on data centres from 2015 onwards. It is likely that further consolidation will take place among operators, specialists and construction/engineering firms in the near future, as the market remains extremely fragmented and characterised by a large number of new entrants and small market shares, even among the leading players. It is estimated that between 2014 and 2016 the market will continue to decline in value terms, however, by 2017 it is expected that the amount of vacant space will have reduced and build levels will have started to rise again. The market should reach £1,016m by the end of 2018.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS and LIST OF TABLES & CHARTS

1 INTRODUCTION

  • 1.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION
  • 1.3 GLOSSARY

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY & FUTURE PROSPECTS

  • 2.1 SUMMARY
  • 2.2 FUTURE PROSPECTS

3 ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

  • 3.1 GDP
  • 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES
  • 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT
  • 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION
  • 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION
  • 3.6 STERLING
  • 3.7 POPULATION PROFILE
  • 3.8 CONCLUSIONS

4 THE UK DATA CENTRE INDUSTRY

  • 4.1 INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • 4.2 THE TIER STRUCTURE
  • 4.3 DATA CENTRE MARKET STRUCTURE

5 THE CONSTRUCTION MARKET FOR DATA CENTRES

  • 5.1 DEFINITION
  • 5.2 MARKET OVERVIEW
  • 5.3 MARKET SIZE
    • 5.3.1 Background
    • 5.3.2 Current Situation
    • 5.3.3 Future Prospects
  • 5.4 MARKET MIX
  • 5.5 CHARACTERISTICS OF DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
    • 5.5.1 Background
    • 5.5.2 Design
    • 5.5.3 Key Components
    • 5.5.4 Cost
    • 5.5.5 Site Selection

6 KEY MARKET CHANGE FACTORS

  • 6.1 INTERNET USAGE LEVELS
    • 6.1.1 IP and Internet Traffic
    • 6.1.2 Broadband Availability and Take-Up
    • 6.1.3 Public Wi-fi and Mobile Data
  • 6.2 LEVELS OF IT OUTSOURCING
  • 6.3 GROWTH IN CLOUD COMPUTING
  • 6.4 DATA CENTRE OPTIMISATION STRATEGIES
  • 6.5 LEGISLATION & STANDARDS
  • 6.6 CARBON REDUCTION & GREEN ENERGY REQUIREMENTS
  • 6.7 INNOVATION & MODERN METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION

7 KEY MARKET SECTORS

  • 7.1 OVERVIEW
  • 7.2 COMMERCIAL PROVIDER SECTOR
    • 7.2.1 Wholesale Providers
    • 7.2.2 Co-location Providers
    • 7.2.3 Hosting/ Managed Service Providers
  • 7.3 PUBLIC SECTOR
    • 7.3.1 UK Government IT Spend and Data Centre Estate
    • 7.3.2 UK Government ICT Strategy
  • 7.4 PRIVATE SECTOR
    • 7.4.1 Background
    • 7.4.2 Financial Services
    • 7.4.3 Online Retail & Leisure
    • 7.4.4 Telecoms Providers & ISPs
    • 7.4.5 Broadcasting, Content Providers & Social Media

8 SUPPLIERS, CONTRACTORS AND PRODUCTS USED

  • 8.1 KEY CONTRACTORS & CONSULTANTS
    • 8.1.1 Data Centre Consultants
    • 8.1.2 Building Contractors
    • 8.1.3 M&E and IT Contractors
    • 8.1.4 Specialist Contractors
  • 8.2 KEY PRODUCT SECTORS IN DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION
    • 8.2.1 Overview
    • 8.2.2 Power, Cabling and Electrical
    • 8.2.3 Cooling & Air Conditioning
    • 8.2.4 Security & Access Control
    • 8.2.5 Fire Protection
    • 8.2.6 Other Products

TABLES AND CHARTS

  • CHART 1 UK MARKET FOR DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION 2009 TO 2018 - BY VALUE (£BN)
  • TABLE 2 GDP DATA - 2010-2013 - KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS
  • CHART 3 INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 1994-2018
  • CHART 4 PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 1995-2018
  • TABLE 5 EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2008-2014 - STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES
  • TABLE 6 OVERVIEW OF THE TIER STANDARD
  • CHART 7 MARKET STRUCTURE FOR DATA CENTRE SERVICE DELIVERY
  • CHART 8 OWNERSHIP BY TYPE OF ORGANISATION - % BY FLOORSPACE 2013
  • TABLE 9 UK DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION MARKET 2009 TO 2018- BY VALUE (£M)
  • CHART 10 MARKET MIX BY TYPE OF WORK UNDERTAKEN (NEW BUILD, RMI, REFURBISHMENT) - % BY VALUE 2013
  • CHART 11 DATA CENTRE BUILD COST BREAKDOWN - % BY VALUE
  • TABLE 12 IP/INTERNET TRAFFIC FORECASTS UK 2012-2017
  • CHART 13 % SHARE OF IP TRAFFIC BY TYPE OF DEVICE - 2012 TO 2017
  • TABLE 14 MAJOR EUROPEAN ECONOMIES - INTERNET ACCESS, TAKE-UP AND DATA USAGE 2012
  • TABLE 15 BROADBAND AND INTERNET STATISTICS UK 2011-2013*
  • TABLE 16 MOBILE DATA AND PUBLIC WI-FI STATISTICS UK 2011-2013*
  • CHART 17 MIX BY SERVER TYPE - % BY VOLUME 2013
  • CHART 18 MARKET MIX BY CONSTRUCTION CLIENT - % BY VALUE 2013
  • CHART 19 DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION MARKET - COMMERCIAL PROVIDER SECTOR 2009- 2018 (£M)
  • TABLE 20 RECENT PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENTS - COMMERCIAL SECTOR
  • CHART 21 CO-LOCATION FACILITIES CLIENT MIX - % BY VOLUME 2013
  • CHART 22 DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION MARKET - PUBLIC SECTOR 2009-2018 (£M)
  • TABLE 23 UK GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS - DATA CENTRES - 2012
  • CHART 24 UK GOVERNMENT ICT SPEND BY CATEGORY - % BY VALUE 2009
  • TABLE 25 UK GOVERNMENT ICT SPEND TOP 10 DEPARTMENTS - BY VALUE 2009
  • TABLE 26 EXPECTED SAVINGS OF DATA CENTRE CONSOLIDATION (£M)
  • CHART 27 DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION MARKET - PRIVATE SECTOR 2009-2018 (£M)
  • CHART 28 UK ONLINE BANKING PENETRATION - SHARE OF ADULT INDIVIDUALS 2007 - 2013 (%)
  • TABLE 29 E-COMMERCE PENETRATION RATES IN THE UK 2008-2013 - % OF UK ADULTS
  • CHART 30 USAGE OF ONLINE CONTENT - % OF ADULTS WITH BROADBAND 2013
  • TABLE 31 LEADING MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL CONSULTING FIRMS, BY NUMBER OF STAFF 2010
  • TABLE 32 TOP M&E CONTRACTORS IN THE UK BY M&E TURNOVER
  • CHART 33 DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCT MIX - % BY VALUE 2013
  • TABLE 34 VALUE OF PRODUCTS USED IN DATA CENTRE CONSTRUCTION - BY VALUE 2013
  • CHART 35 POWER & ELECTRICAL - PRODUCT MIX BY VALUE 2013 (%)
  • CHART 36 SECURITY SYSTEMS - PRODUCT MIX BY VALUE 2013 (%)
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