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非洲的資料中心

Data Centers Africa II

出版商 BroadGroup 商品編碼 360868
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 74 Pages; 42 Tables & Charts
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非洲的資料中心 Data Centers Africa II
出版日期: 2018年08月02日 內容資訊: 英文 74 Pages; 42 Tables & Charts
簡介

雲端的普及和行動數據的利用增加,國內外的頻寬擴大等各種動向,促進非洲各國的資料中心市場成長。僅管電力供給限制,域內的資料中心、業者急速擴大事業規模。還有域內企業和外資型企業(尤其是中國) 的投資也活性化。

本報告提供非洲各國的資料中心市場概況與趨勢相關分析,地區整體資料中心及相關基礎設施的整頓現狀,及各國詳細趨勢,各國的大服務供應商的簡介與投資趨勢,下一步技術進步、市場成長預測等調查評估。

摘要整理

第1章 非洲各國的資料中心的市場環境

  • 北部非洲
    • 阿爾及利亞,埃及,摩洛哥,蘇丹,突尼西亞
  • 西非洲
    • 象牙海岸共和國,迦納,奈及利亞,加彭
  • 東非
    • 衣索比亞,肯亞,盧安達,坦尚尼亞,烏干達
  • 非洲南部
    • 安哥拉,波札那共和國,莫三比克,納米比亞,南非,尚比亞,馬達加斯加

第2章 各國國內的主要資料中心、業者

  • 摩洛哥
  • 突尼西亞
  • 埃及
  • 奈及利亞
  • 加彭
  • 迦納
  • 坦尚尼亞
  • 肯亞
  • 盧安達
  • 以非洲全體活動的業者
  • 南非

第3章 超級規模、資料中心企業的非洲市場的投資

第4章 各國國內的資料中心企業的非洲市場的投資

第5章 結論與未來預測

  • 主要的結論
  • 資料中心面積的預測 (各國,單位:平方公尺)
  • 資料中心消耗功率的預測 (各國,單位:MW)
    • 5大公司的面積、消耗功率

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目錄

The new report - Data Centers Africa II - published this August has now been extended to cover 21 countries.

Cloud expansion, mobile data and increased international and domestic bandwidth are collectively driving growth of data centers across Africa. Outside of the top five markets including Nigeria, the report does not forecast much more than incremental growth occurring through the next year.

Research for the report suggested that expansion plans project an increase in m2 of around 28% by the end of 2019. Although power availability is increasing slowly - and with several large scale renewable energy projects in progress - the bulk of power supply resides in South Africa, Kenya, Egypt and Morocco which also represent the bulk of forecast growth of 24% across the same period.

The report also notes the roll out of domestic fiber and FTTH across a number of cities in nine of the 21 countries covered supporting Triple Play services and high-speed broadband for homes and businesses and ready to leverage the future opportunities provided by 5G.

A small number of Pan African players - MTN is among the largest with 48 colocation sites and data center facilities across Africa - have added new modular facilities for mobile switching and to provide colocation space for mobile service providers.

Investment continues to sustain development often with government or Chinese investment funding, in Tanzania, Rwanda and Zambia. Data centers are being included as a part of national infrastructure renewal projects. In addition entrepreneurial projects such as West Africa Data Centres Ltd and its planned expansion to other markets is evidence of new investment potential.

Morocco also leads in Africa by already achieving 32% in renewable solar energy resources and has an ambitious plan to increase this level to 42% by the end of 2020 and 52% by 2030. South Africa has recently unlocked development plans with USD4.7b investment for solar and wind projects which will yield an estimated 2000MW.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Section 1 - The African Data Center Market Landscape

  • North Africa
    • 1.1 Algeria
    • 1.2 Egypt
    • 1.3 Morocco
    • 1.4 Sudan
    • 1.5 Tunisia
  • West Africa
    • 1.6 Cote d'Ivoire
    • 1.7 Ghana
    • 1.8 Nigeria
    • 1.9 Gabon
  • East Africa
    • 1.10 Ethiopia
    • 1.11 Kenya
    • 1.12 Rwanda
    • 1.13Tanzania
    • 1.14 Uganda
  • Southern Africa Region
    • 1.15 Angola
    • 1.16 Botswana
    • 1.17 Mozambique
    • 1.18 Namibia
    • 1.19 South Africa
    • 1.20 Zambia
    • 1.21 Madagascar

Section 2 - Key Domestic Data Center Operators

  • 2.1 Morocco
  • 2.2 Tunisia
  • 2.3 Egypt
  • 2.4 Nigeria
  • 2.5 Gabon
  • 2.6 Ghana
  • 2.7 Tanzania
  • 2.8 Kenya
  • 2.9 Rwanda
  • 2.10 Pan Africa Operators
  • 2.11 South Africa

Section 3 - Hyperscale Data Center Players investing in Africa

Section 4 - Local Data Center Players investing in Africa

Section 5 - Conclusions and Forecasts - 2018-2019

  • 5.1 Key Conclusions
  • 5.2 Forecast m2
  • 5.2.1 Top 5 Capacity Markets
  • 5.3 Forecast MW
  • 5.3.1 Top 5 Power Markets

FIGURES & CHARTS

  • Fig.1 Key subsea cable developments connecting Africa (Source: BroadGroup)
  • Fig.2 Cable Landing systems Algeria (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.3 Fibre systems Algeria (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.4 Cable Landing systems Egypt (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.5 Fibre systems Egypt (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.6 Cable Landing systems Morocco (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.7 Fibre systems Morocco (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.8 Cable Landing systems Sudan (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.9 Fibre systems Sudan (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.10 Cable Landing systems Tunisia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.11 Fibre systems Tunisia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.12 Cable Landing systems Cote D'Ivoire (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.13 Fibre systems Cote D'Ivoire (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.14 Cable Landing systems Ghana (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.15 Fibre systems Ghana (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.16 Cable Landing systems Nigeria (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.17 Fibre systems Nigeria (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.18 Cable Landing systems Gabon (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.19 Fibre systems Gabon (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.20 Cable Landing systems Ethiopia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.21 Fibre systems Ethiopia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.22 Cable Landing systems Kenya (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.23 Fibre systems Kenya (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.24 Fibre systems Rwanda (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.25 Cable Landing systems Tanzania (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.26 Fibre systems Tanzania (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.27 Fibre systems Uganda (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.28 Cable Landing systems Angola (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.29 Fibre systems Botswana (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.30 Cable Landing systems Mozambique (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.31 Fibre systems Mozambique (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.32 Cable Landing systems Namibia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.33 Fibre systems Namibia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.34 Cable Landing systems South Africa (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.35 Fibre systems South Africa (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.36 Fibre systems Zambia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.37 Cable Landing systems Madagascar (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.38 Fibre systems Madagascar (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.39 Forecast African markets in m2 2018-2019 (Source: BroadGroup)
  • Fig.40 Forecast % share of African markets in m2 2018-2019 (Source: BroadGroup)
  • Fig.41 Forecast increase African markets in power (MW) 2018-2019 (Source: BroadGroup)
  • Fig.42 Forecast % share of African markets in MW 2018-2019 (Source: BroadGroup)
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