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市場調查報告書

非洲的資料中心

Data Center Africa

出版商 BroadGroup 商品編碼 360868
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 87 Pages; 33 Tables & Charts
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非洲的資料中心 Data Center Africa
出版日期: 2016年06月20日 內容資訊: 英文 87 Pages; 33 Tables & Charts
簡介

非洲各國的資料中心市場尚處於剛誕生階段,各種基礎設施也仍未建立,但今後可望大幅發展。

本報告提供非洲各國 (計16個國家) 的資料中心市場概況與趨勢相關分析,提供您地區整體資料中心及相關基礎設施的整頓現狀,與各國詳細趨勢,大服務供應商的企業發展計劃,各國市場的整頓現狀 (電力可得性,國內外的網路連接性等),及接下來的市場趨勢預測等調查評估。

摘要整理

第1章 簡介:非洲的資料中心

  • 電信業者獨立型資料中心和電信業者所屬型資料中心趨勢
  • 網際網路綜合連接點 (IX) 間的互連趨勢
  • 區域內的內容·託管趨勢
  • 域內·各國國內的光纖網·海底電纜
  • 電力的可得性
  • 摘要

第2章 各國的資料中心市場簡介

  • 資料中心市場主要企業簡介
  • 數位公園 (資料中心用工業園區)的開發
  • 跟國際海底電纜的連接環境
  • 暗光纖 (光纖的空隙線路)的可利用性
  • IX間的互連
  • 主要的電力企業與可利用性
  • 安哥拉市場
    • 主要企業簡介
    • 數位公園 (資料中心用工業園區)的開發
    • 跟國際海底電纜的連接環境:主要供應商
    • 暗光纖 (光纖的空隙線路)的可利用性
    • IX間的互連
    • 主要的電力企業與可利用性
    • 資料中心的整體面積 (估計,單位:平方公尺)
    • 資料中心的消耗功率總量 (估計,單位:兆瓦)
    • 資料中心的評估表
  • 波札那共和國市場
  • 象牙海岸共和國市場
  • 埃及市場
  • 加彭市場
  • 迦納市場
  • 肯亞市場
  • 馬達加斯加市場
  • 摩洛哥市場
  • 莫三比克市場
  • 納米比亞市場
  • 奈及利亞市場
  • 盧安達市場
  • 南非市場
  • 突尼西亞市場
  • 尚比亞市場
  • 摘要

第3章 非洲全體的資料中心策略

  • Internet Services (IS)
  • Liquid Telecom
  • MTN
  • Main One
  • Orange
  • Vodafone
  • 摘要

第4章 資訊中心電力的輸入可能性

  • 安哥拉的情況
  • 波札那共和國的情況
  • 象牙海岸共和國的情況
  • 埃及的情況
  • 加彭的情況
  • 迦納的情況
  • 肯亞的情況
  • 馬達加斯加的情況
  • 摩洛哥的情況
  • 莫三比克的情況
  • 納米比亞的情況
  • 奈及利亞的情況
  • 盧安達的情況
  • 南非的情況
  • 突尼西亞的情況
  • 尚比亞的情況
  • 摘要

第5章 資料中心用空間·電力的預測與前景

  • 資料中心面積的預測 (各國,單位:平方公尺)
  • 各國預測
  • 資料中心消耗功率的預測 (各國,單位:MW)
  • 跟國際海底電纜的整備計劃:今後2年份
  • 衛星通訊寬頻
  • 摘要

第6章 結論:非洲的資料中心市場未來

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目錄

Africa is an emerging data center market with contrasting differences are also becoming evident between more digitally advanced countries, and all others on the continent. Originally cast as a mobile story, there are signs that the transition to digitalising economies is encouraging the development of carrier neutral facilities but the journey will be challenging given the relatively low base from which demand in most countries is starting.

In this new report, covering 16 country markets, research has identified 74 players with 91 data centers.

The report usefully segments country markets into three categories:

  • Early Stage Pioneer typically with less than 2k m2 in total in each country market;
  • Developing markets (2k-6k m2) and
  • Carrier/Larger Scale with >6.1k m2.

The report reviews data center activity in each market and identifies the challenges which act variously as growth inhibitors, and assesses the opportunities for demand and future growth.

Reviewing subsea connectivity, power and energy resources and rise of off-grid solutions, enterprise outsourcing demand, emerging digital parks, fiber availability and investment.

Research for the report suggests that administrations tend to focus on local industry when conceiving digital parks but need to consider how to encourage international investment and integrate data centers into infrastructure strategies as another source of potential demand creation.

Policy indeed represents some stumbling blocks to data center investment ranging from building permissions, bureaucratic delay and costs particularly for overseas players. Faster to deploy solutions - ‘data center in a box' - are increasingly favoured, with integral cooling and lower operational costs and increasingly represent favoured medium term solutions.

Although a host of problematic factors ranging from heat to dust exist on the continent, new players are emerging and building high specification facilities. Nevertheless for investors, pioneering digital eco-systems in new African markets does require a more pioneering mindset.

The research also suggests clear evidence of change, with the emergence of internet exchanges, high quality facilities already cited and gradual local hosting of content. The consumption of data services will soon outstrip the hosting infrastructure traditionally placed outside of Africa and a shift to regional and local data centers will be the next crucial step.

Overall the report provides an assessment of an emergent series of country markets, each at different speeds and characterised by sets of strengths and weaknesses that with more distinct investment in fiber, low latency satellite broadband and sustained cable upgrades, will eventually deliver an exciting and potentially significantly sized market opportunity.

Table of Contents

List of Tables and Charts

Executive Summary

1. Introduction-Data Center Africa

  • 1.1. Carrier Neutral Data Center versus carrier owned development
  • 1.2. The deployment of peering internet exchange points
  • 1.3. Trends for local hosting of content
  • 1.4. National and regional fiber links and submarine cables
  • 1.5. Power Availability
  • 1.6. Key Point Summary

2. Data Center Country Market Profile

  • 2.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
  • 2.2. Digital Park Development
  • 2.3. Subsea International Cable Connectivity
  • 2.4. Dark Fiber Availability
  • 2.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
  • 2.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
  • 2.7. Angola Country Profile-2016
    • 2.7.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.7.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.7.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.7.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.7.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.7.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.7.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.7.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.7.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.7.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.8. Botswana Country Profile-2016
    • 2.8.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.8.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.8.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.8.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.8.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.8.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.8.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.8.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.8.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.8.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.9. Cote D'Ivoire Country Profile-2016
    • 2.9.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.9.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.9.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.9.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.9.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.9.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.9.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.9.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.9.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.10. Egypt Country Profile-2016
    • 2.10.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.10.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.10.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.10.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.10.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.10.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.10.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.10.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.10.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.10.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.11. Gabon Country Profile-2016
    • 2.11.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.11.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.11.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.11.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.11.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.11.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.11.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.11.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.11.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.11.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.12. Ghana Country Profile-2016
    • 2.12.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.12.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.12.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.12.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.12.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.12.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.12.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.12.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.12.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.12.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.13. Kenya Country Profile-2016
    • 2.13.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.13.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.13.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.13.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.13.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.13.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.13.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.13.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.13.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.13.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.14. Madagascar Country Profile-2016
    • 2.14.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.14.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.14.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.14.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.14.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.14.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.14.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.147.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.14.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.14.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.15. Morocco Country Profile-2016
    • 2.15.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.15.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.15.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.15.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.15.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.15.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.15.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.15.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.15.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.15.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.16. Mozambique Country Profile-2016
    • 2.16.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.16.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.16.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.16.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.16.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.16.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.16.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.16.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.16.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.16.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.17. Namibia Country Profile-2016
    • 2.17.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.17.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.17.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.17.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.17.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.17.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.17.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.17.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.17.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.17.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.18. Nigeria Country Profile-2016
    • 2.18.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.18.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.18.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.18.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.18.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.18.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.18.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.18.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.18.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.18.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.19. Rwanda Country Profile-2016
    • 2.19.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.19.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.19.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.19.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.19.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.19.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.19.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.19.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.19.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.19.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.20. South Africa Country Profile-2016
    • 2.20.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.20.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.20.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.20.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.20.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.20.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.20.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.20.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.20.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.20.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.21. Tunisia Country Profile-2016
    • 2.21.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.21.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.21.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.21.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.21.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.21.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.21.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.21.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.21.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.21.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.22. Zambia Country Profile-2016
    • 2.22.1. Key Data Center Players-Outline profiles
    • 2.22.2. Digital Park Development
    • 2.22.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.22.3. Subsea Connectivity-Main Providers
    • 2.22.4. Dark Fiber Availability
    • 2.22.5. Peering Internet Exchange Points
    • 2.22.6. Main Power Suppliers and availability
    • 2.22.7. Total estimated Data Centre space-in m2-2016
    • 2.22.8. Total estimated Data Centre Customer Power in MW-2016
    • 2.22.9. Data Center Scorecard
  • 2.23. Key Point Summary

3. Pan Africa Data Center Strategies

  • 3.1. Internet Services (IS)
  • 3.2. Liquid Telecom
  • 3.3. MTN
  • 3.4. Main One
  • 3.5. Orange
  • 3.6. Vodafone
  • 3.7. Key Point Summary

4. Data Center Power Availability in Africa

  • 4.1. Angola Data Center Power Availability
  • 4.2. Botswana power availability
  • 4.3. Cote d'Ivoire power availability
  • 4.4. Egypt power availability
  • 4.5. Gabon power availability
  • 4.6. Ghana power availability
  • 4.7. Kenya power availability
  • 4.8. Madagascar power availability
  • 4.9. Morocco power availability
  • 4.10. Mozambique power availability
  • 4.11. Namibia power availability
  • 4.12. Nigeria power availability
  • 4.13. Rwanda power availability
  • 4.14. South Africa power availability
  • 4.15. Tunisia power availability
  • 4.16. Zambia power availability
  • 4.17. Key Point Summary

5. Forecasts and Outlook for Data Center space and power in Africa

  • 5.1. Data Center space (m2) forecast per country
  • 5.2. Country Forecasts
  • 5.3. Data Centre power (MW) forecast per country
  • 5.4. African Subsea International Cable System build over next 2 years-2016 & 2017
  • 5.5. Satellite Broadband
  • 5.6. Key Point Summary

6. Conclusions-Data Center Africa-2016 to 2017

Appendix One-A table showing the exchange rates used in the Africa Data Center report

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1: Current Data Center investment phases in Africa
  • Figure 2: Main Data Center business models being used in Africa (%)
  • Figure 3: Carrier Neutral Data Center developments in Africa opened since 2012
  • Figure 4: Percentage of large organizations using third party Data Center facilities
  • Figure 5: 3rd party African Data Center facilities certified as Tier 3 by the Uptime Institute
  • Figure 6: Data Center space by country (m2)
  • Figure 7: African Digital Park Developments by country
  • Figure 8: Key international submarine cable systems in Africa
  • Figure 9: Dark Fiber service providers by African country
  • Figure 10: IP Peering Exchanges in Africa
  • Figure 11: African power costs per kW Hour by country (USD)
  • Figure 12: Angola Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 13: Botswana Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 14: Cote d'Ivoire Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 15: Egypt Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 16: Gabon Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 17: Ghana Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 18: Kenya Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 19: Madagascar Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 20: Morocco Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 21: Mozambique Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 22: Namibia Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 23: Nigeria Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 24: Rwanda Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 25: South Africa Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 26: Tunisia Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 27: Zambia Data Center Scorecard (as of the end of 2016)
  • Figure 28: Data Center Market Categories by total m2 share
  • Figure 29: Market Categories by share of m2 datacenters
  • Figure 30: Data Center space forecast m2 by country 2016-2017
  • Figure 31: Data Centre Power (MW) forecast by country 2016-2017
  • Figure 32: Forecast for new international submarine cable systems in Africa 2016-2017
  • Figure 33: Power costs in kW per Hour by selected countries (USD)
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