Global Colocation and Wholesale Datacenter Market to Exceed $54 Billion by 2023

Today, we released projections that the global colocation and wholesale market will exceed $54 billion in revenue by 2023, according to its latest quarterly Datacenter KnowledgeBase (DCKB) – which now tracks more than 6,100 facilities and 1,535 datacenter providers worldwide.
 
451 Research estimates that by the end of 2018, the market had $38.2 billion in revenue. Equinix and Digital Realty remained the global leaders with 9.9% and 6.3% market share, respectively.
 
As for global colocation and wholesale datacenter supply, in terms of net operational square feet, 451 Research analysts expect to see an overall five-year CAGR of 6% by 2023, while global demand is anticipated to be slightly higher at a 7% CAGR.
 
“Cloud provider demand continues to drive strong growth in the top datacenter markets and we expect that to spread beyond the top 20 global markets in the coming years,” said Kelly Morgan, VP of Datacenter Services & Infrastructure. “Some individual markets may see supply growth of 20% or higher, while other slower-growth markets will offset that to provide single-digit growth overall.”
DCKB Global MTDC SQ Supply & Demand
About Datacenter KnowledgeBase
The Datacenter KnowledgeBase (DCKB) database covers more than 6,100 individual datacenters operated by 1,500+ datacenter companies serving North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Asia Pacific (APAC) and Latin America (LATAM). The DCKB tracks colocation and wholesale datacenter facilities globally, and providers insight into facility capacity and capability, investment and expansion opportunities, and future facility builds.
 
This unique database provides the industry’s most authoritative and comprehensive set of datacenter intelligence, covering more than 100 metrics per facility. The 451 Research team gathers data from primary sources including on-site visits, assessments and direct outreach, to validate and collect this data directly from datacenter operators.

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451 Research, a leading technology analyst and advisory firm, today released projections that the global colocation and wholesale market revenue will exceed $54 billion by 2023, according to its latest quarterly Datacenter KnowledgeBase (DCKB) – which now tracks more than 6,100 datacenters in 1,535 companies worldwide.

 

451 Research estimates that by the end of 2018, the colocation and wholesale market saw $38.2 billion in revenue – 85% of which are currently tracked in the latest Datacenter KnoweldgeBase. Equinix and Digital Realty remained the global leaders with 9.9% and 6.3% share respectively.

 

As for global MTDC supply – in terms of Net Operational Square Footage – 451 Research analysts expect to see an overall five-year CAGR of 6% by 2023, while global demand is anticipated to reach a slightly higher CAGR at 7%.

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Webinar - The Age of Consumption: HCTS 2018 Q&A

451 Research’s 14th annual Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit (HCTS) in Las Vegas from September 24-26 is coming up fast! HCTS welcomes executives in the hosting, cloud, datacenter and managed services sectors to hear timely, actionable insight into the competitive dynamics of innovation from 451 Research analyst talent and guest speakers including AWS, Microsoft, Huawei, ING, DH Capital and more. In this webinar, we will be discussing what to expect from this year’s Summit, some highlights from previous years and asking about upcoming sessions with three 451 Research Vice Presidents who will be taking the main stage at HCTS: Kelly Morgan, Melanie Posey and Al Sadowski. Join this Q&A webinar to learn about:
  • What is the Age of Consumption and what should we expect to see from it?
  • Why should organizations have a strong business-IT alignment when moving forward with a Digital Transformation strategy?
  • What, if any, key shifts are happening in the multi-tenant datacenter space as a result of the age of consumption?
  • Why are hyperscalers both a friend AND foe to other service providers?
The webinar will be held August 21, 2018, at 2:00 pm ET. Register to attend below. 
 
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