The Global Data Centre report provides an in-depth analysis of the market in 5 countries, the US, UK, Germany, China and Brazil, these countries currently make up 68% of the worldwide Data Centre cabling usage. The report is published in two elements
1) Data Centre Definitions and Trends
2) End-user survey (103 enterprise data centre and 50 colocation data centres) The report provides qualitative and quantitative information on the market, highlighting the latest trends and the drivers in the market. The report also provides forecasts, taking into account that the data centre segment is expected to continue to grow, with strong demand forecast for back up data, video storage, peer to peer sharing, cloud computing and the uptake of the Internet of Things (IoT) all of which increase the amount of data produced, therefore the access needed to storage.
The data centre definitions and trends (51 pages) includes Definitions, types of data centres, market sizing, trends and drivers.
The end-user study (100 pages) also covers the copper to fibre split in DCs, copper and fibre cabling installed, structured cabling versus point to pint links, types of P – P installed, architecture, planning and installation and the decision process.
The reports are available in PowerPoint report format.