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市場調查報告書

印尼的資料中心市場

Data Centers Indonesia

出版商 BroadGroup 商品編碼 487780
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 20 Pages; 24 Tables & Charts
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印尼的資料中心市場 Data Centers Indonesia
出版日期: 2017年04月12日 內容資訊: 英文 20 Pages; 24 Tables & Charts
簡介

印尼是資料中心的有力市場。印尼的人口規模,經濟成長率,優勢的行動普及率,反映著市場機會的規模。

本報告提供印尼的資料中心市場相關調查分析,企業,電力,連接性,推動因素,價格設定相關驗證,佔地面積/電力 (MW) 平均預測與預測等系統性資訊。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 印尼的資料中心市場形勢

第3章 資料中心的電力利用可能性與永續性

第4章 國際海底電纜的連接性和光纖

第5章 隱私立法

第6章 主機代管的價格設定

第7章 雲端的採用

第8章 數據中心企業簡介

  • Tangara Mitrakam
  • PT CBN Nusantara nex data center
  • Neuviz Bandung
  • Nusantera Data Center
  • Telkomsigma
  • NTT Com Nexcenter
  • Jupiter
  • Biznet Networks
  • Dhecyber Flow
  • Elitery
  • Equinix
  • GTN (Graha Teknologi Nusantara)
  • IDC (PT Internetindo Data Center)
  • Media Inter
  • Omadata
  • XL Data Center
  • PT. Aplikanusa Lintasarta
  • DTP

第9章 SWOT分析

第10章 預測

目錄

Indonesia is often mentioned as a promising market for data centers. Its population size, economic growth rates and enormous mobile penetration reflect the scale of opportunity.

As the third largest by data center capacity among south-east Asia's four principal economies, and having both strong international cable connectivity and an active Internet Exchange with more than 700 members, the country offers potential, development space and an attractive local economy to overseas investors and enterprises.

New facility build has been led so far by local companies, notably TelkomSigma but has also overseas investment including the acquisition of the CSF facility by NTT Communications and the new construction by Equinix in conjunction with a local partner.

Power developments have not been as fast, with most infrastructure based on coal, and although plans are in place to develop further significant clean power supply, this could take another four years or more to realise, so reliance on fossil fuels will continue for some time to come.

Enterprise outsourcing in common with other Asian markets is low in percentage points (compared to Europe where it is heading towards 50% over the next three years), which demonstrates there is much to go, but also reflects the stage of evolution in data centers in the country.

Cloud adoption has yet to be effectively developed among local enterprises, and retail colocation services yet to be offered universally across all data centers, many still small stand alone facilities, more than half of which are currently located outside Jakarta.

Although Government Regulation No. 82/2012 (Electronic System and Transaction) requires companies providing electronic services within Indonesia to install an onshore data center, uncertainty however surrounds a plan to pass data protection legislation to ensure all citizens' data remains within Indonesia.

The Government is also considering applying additional taxes to multinational firms including the large digital information providers which also causes investor caution.

Indonesia has many advantages for data center growth which could yield 34% in terms of space over the next two years. However there remain barriers to investment. Significant advances in outsourcing may yet be driven at a faster rate as sheer demand overtakes sensitivities about data privacy and security.

The report assesses data center players, power, connectivity, drivers, pricing, and provides an outlook and forecasts for m2 and MW through to end 2018.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2.Data Center Market Landscape in Indonesia

3.Data Center Power availability and sustainability

4.International Submarine Cable connectivity and fiber

5.Privacy Legislation

6.Colocation Pricing

7.Cloud adoption

8.Data Center Player Profiles

  • 8.1. Tangara Mitrakam
  • 8.2. PT CBN Nusantara nex data center
  • 8.3. Neuviz Bandung
  • 8.4. Nusantera Data Center
  • 8.5. Telkomsigma
  • 8.6. NTT Com Nexcenter
  • 8.7. Jupiter
  • 8.8. Biznet Networks
  • 8.9. Dhecyber Flow
  • 8.10. Elitery
  • 8.11. Equinix
  • 8.12. GTN (Graha Teknologi Nusantara)
  • 8.13. IDC (PT Internetindo Data Center)
  • 8.14. Media Inter
  • 8.15. Omadata
  • 8.16. XL Data Center
  • 8.17. PT. Aplikanusa Lintasarta
  • 8.18. DTP

9.SWOT Analysis

10. Forecasts

List of Figures:

  • Fig.1: Indonesia third party data center players by M2 share - source BroadGroup
  • Fig.2: Indonesia third party data center players by location (% of M2) - source BroadGroup
  • Fig.3: International Submarine Cable Systems - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.3a: Planned International Submarine Cable Systems - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.4: Tangara Mitrakam Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.5: nex Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.6: Neuviz Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.7: Nusantera Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.8: Telkomsigma Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.9: NTT Com Nexcenter Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.10: Jupiter Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.11: Biznet Networks Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.12: Dhecyber Flow Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.13: Elitery Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.14: Equinix Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.15: GTN Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.16: IDC Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.17: Media Inter Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.18: Omadata Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.19: XL Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.20: Lintasarta Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.21: DTP Data Center facilities - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.22: M2 Capacity Growth Forecast Indonesia to end 2018 - Source BroadGroup
  • Fig.23: MW Capacity Growth Forecast Indonesia to end 2018 - Source BroadGroup
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