Report : All-in-One Modular Data Center Market to 2027 - Global Analysis and Forecasts by Customized Container Types (Standard 20ft. Container Module, Standard 40ft. Container Module, and Other Customized Container Networks); Deployment Type (Indoor and Outdoor); End-users (BFSI, Telecom & IT, OTT, Government, and Healthcare)
Scalability is a key strategy to conserve capital by paying what is required and when it is required for the business. In the early 2000’s it was observed that when oversized data centers were built for an IT load that was never materialized. All-in-one modular data centers can be easily ‘stepped and repeated’ to accommodate growth in IT business as the need for more compute arises. Once the all-in-one modular data center are fully utilized, another one can be deployed in the different or same facility depending on the available space, electrical, and bandwidth capacity. The features such as standardized, prefabricated nature, smaller kW increments makes all-in-one modular data centers highly scalable solution compared to traditional purpose-built data centers.
The reliability of the data center is determined by the extent to which its system is customized. The standard model is more reliable and cost-effective than a customized solution. While larger data centers could be standardized, it’s much easier and practical to standardize smaller ones. This is one of the key reliability advantage of all-in-one modular data centers. One of the common method vendors use to increase the reliability of traditional data centers are by adding redundant systems. When geography is distributed, such as with edge computing, data centers gain reliable improvement through geographic redundancy with the use of orchestration and automated workload mirroring. This is analogous to distributing the storage drives of a RAID array across the country and using software to recover data if any of the drives fail. The smaller the data centers get, the more distributed, less oversized, and resilient this array of data centers becomes. This is another key reliability advantage of all-in-one modular data centers.
The All-in-One Modular Data Center market by end-user is dominated by the telecom & IT segment in 2018. With the advent of SMAC (social, mobile, analytics, and cloud), there has been a huge proliferation in the data being generated, transferred, accessed and stored across the web. Mobility has brought the smartphones too into play for accessing, sharing, transferring of files. This has resulted in enterprises expanding their public, private and hybrid cloud services. Communication service providers have a big task in hand in continuously rolling out services to their customers in a highly populated network environment. Telecom sector is witnessing a huge demand for all-in-one modular data center due to the increasing customer data and is expected to witness high year-on-year growth during the forecast period.
The most prominent region in global All-in-One Modular Data Center market in 2018 accounted for North America, followed by Europe and Asia Pacific. Middle East and Africa, and South America held the fourth and fifth position in terms of market shares in All-in-One Modular Data Center market. Also, APAC is anticipated to grow at a fastest CAGR, and is expected to hold second position in the global All-in-One Modular Data Center market in 2027.
The major companies operating in the all-in-one modular data center market globally includes Rittal GmbH & Co. KG, Bladeroom Group Ltd., Dell Inc., Flexenclosure AB, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd, International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation, Schneider Electric SE, Active Power, Inc., and NTT Communications among others.
The report segments the global All-in-One Modular Data Center market as follows:
All-in-One Modular Data Center Market – By Customized Container Types
All-in-One Modular Data Center Market – By Deployment Type
All-in-One Modular Data Center Market – By End-user
All-in-One Modular Data Center Market – By Geography
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