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The Data Center Construction Market in Southeast Asia (SEA): Industry Outlook & Forecast 2019-2024 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

March 26, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 26, 2019--The “Data Center Construction Market in Southeast Asia - Industry Outlook and Forecast 2019-2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Southeast Asia data center construction market is expected to reach values of approximately $2 billion by 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 7% during 2018-2024. The research report also offers market size in square ft area and power capacity in megawatts (MW) across geographies.

The investment support from REITs will enable growth of infrastructure by local vendors and incentives from the government will be highly beneficial for continuous investment from both local and global data center developers in the Southeast Asian market. The Southeast Asia data center construction market is driven by increasing deployments across emerging regions such as the Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos.

The adoption of water-based cooling systems and rack size of over 45U will lead to innovations in the Southeast Asia data center construction market. The market research report provides in-depth market analysis and segmental analysis of the Southeast Asia data center construction market by product, distribution channel, material, and geography.

The report considers the present scenario of the Southeast Asia data center construction market and its market dynamics for the period 2019 2024. It covers a detailed overview of various Southeast Asia data center construction market growth enablers, restraints, and trends.

The study includes both the demand and supply sides of the Southeast Asia data center construction market. It also profiles and analyzes the leading infrastructure vendors, construction companies, and data center vendors along with other prominent Southeast Asia data center construction market participants.

Market Dynamics

Digitalization of business operation is driving the demand for cloud-based service adoption in the Southeast Asia. Governments in Southeast Asia is investment millions of dollars to improve their digital economy.

Among the countries, Singapore is the only mature cloud market in Southeast Asia. Most of the organizations in Southeast Asia and other APAC countries operates through the cloud platforms hosted in the Singapore data centers. This is because that market has physical presence of major cloud service providers such as AWS, Microsoft, Google, Alibaba, Tencent, and IBM.

With data center in Singapore, cloud providers can provide services to their customers across the APAC region. The majority of the investment in Southeast Asia is brought in by demand for technologies such as cloud-based computing and supported by government across various countries to grow their digital economy. The governments across all the Southeast Asian countries have created anentity to aid in the growth of digital economy that includes increasing network capacity, aiding business to adopt technology and encourage global data center investment into the country.

In Southeast Asia, Singapore is investing significantly in connected reality. In the Southeast Asia region, the construction of data centers is experiencing significant growth. However, these data centers are mostly confined to major metro cities. In the Southeast Asia region, most data centers operate in major metros cities such as Singapore, Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila, Hanoi.

There are also multiple facilities or disaster recovery space operated across the countries. Most of these facilities comprise of small area and low power capacity. These cities are also experiencing a high amount of investment in recent times, and more data centers are planned for 2019 and 2020.

Market Segmentation

This market research report includes a detailed segmentation of the market by electrical infrastructure, mechanical infrastructure, tier standards, general construction, and country. The Southeast Asia data center construction market by electrical infrastructure is classified into UPS systems, generators, transfer switches & switchgear, rack PDU, and other electrical infrastructure. Generators dominated the total market share in 2018, growing at a CAGR of more than 7% during the forecast period.

The increasing adoption of generators by facilities operators is primarily to make sure that they operate at 100% availability irrespective of the change in incoming power from utility grids in the market. Flywheel-based UPS systems and lithium-ion UPS systems are gaining immense traction across several countries in the Southeast market. Switchgearcomprises a combination of switches, fuses, and circuit breakers to protect and isolate electrical infrastructure in the facilities in the market.

The mechanical infrastructure in the Southeast Asia data center construction market is categorized into cooling systems, racks, and other infrastructure. Racks are the fastest growing segment in the market, at a CAGR of over 9% during the forecast period. The installation of racks as pre-assembled infrastructure along with rack PDUs, rack-level UPS, and IT infrastructure is fueling the growth of this segment in the global market.

Free-cooling is not facilitated in this region and operators are looking for efficient solutions to reduce their CAPEX and OPEX, conserve data center space, and reduce power supply to cooling units in the market. The use of liquid-based cooling technique installations will boost the demand for other mechanical infrastructure in the Southeast Asia data center construction market.

The Southeast Asia data center construction market by building development is segmented into building development, installations and commissioning services, building designs, physical security, and DCIM. Building development segment occupied the majority of the total market share in 2018, growing at a CAGR of more than 5% during the forecast period.

Building development primarily focuses on site selection, preparation, and area construction and concrete-based data center building with windows in the market. Physical security systems that comprise sensors integrated with the existing DCIM solutions for real-time remote monitoring benefits will revolutionize the market. DCIM solutions offer features to control power consumption, improve efficiency, and increase operational capabilities in the Southeast Asia data center construction market.

The standard tier segment in the Southeast Asia data center construction market is divided into Tier I &II, Tier III, and Tier IV. Tier IV facilities are the fastest growing segment in the Southeast market, at a CAGR of approximately 20% during the forecast period. The increasing number of hyperscale developers such as Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and Google investing in Tier IV facilities is fueling the growth of this segment in the market.

In the SEA region, several under-developed projects fall under the Tier III category. Most of the new data centers are being designed as per Tier III standards with a minimum of N+1 redundancy, which can be reconfigured with up to 2N+1 redundancy as and when the demand arises. Such deployments will boost investments in the Southeast Asia data center construction market.

Key Vendor Analysis

The Southeast Asia data center construction market is prompting providers to improve the efficiency of the solution to attract the maximum number of consumers. Partnerships with local providers and modular datacenter offerings will enhance revenues for the vendors operating in the market.

The need for local service providers in installation, commissioning, and maintenance services will create job opportunities in the market. The increasing focus on innovations and pricing will boost the intensity of the competition level in the Southeast Asia data center construction market.

Topics Covered

1 Research Methodology

2 Research Objectives

3 Research Process

4 Report Coverage

4.1 Market Definition

4.2 Base Year

4.3 Scope of Study

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1 Key Caveats

5.2 Currency Conversion

5.3 Market Derivation

6 Market at a Glance

7 Introduction

7.1 Impact of Internet Penetration in Southeast Asia

7.2 Data Center Site Selection Criteria

8 Market Dynamics

8.1 Market Growth Enablers

8.1.1 Increased adoption of cloud-based services

8.1.2 Migration from in-house infrastructure to colocation & managed services

8.1.3 Growing awareness among government bodies to improve digital economy

8.1.4 Increase in rack power density and adoption of efficient infrastructure

8.1.5 YOY Impact of Market Growth Enablers

8.1.6 YOY Impact of Market Growth Enablers on Countries

8.2 Market Growth Restraints

8.2.1 Location constraints for data center construction

8.2.2 Budget constraints limiting operations of efficient data centers

8.2.3 Operational constraints due to power outages and fluctuations

8.2.4 Data center design constraints

8.2.5 YOY Impact of Market Growth Restraints

8.2.6 YOY Impact of Market Growth Restraints on Regions

8.3 Market Opportunities & Trends

8.3.1 Increased adoption of prefabricated data center solutions

8.3.2 Increasing investment in fiber connectivity

8.3.3 Hyperscale data centers promote renewable energy adoption

8.3.4 Big data and IoT demand to increase edge data center development

8.3.5 Emergence of lithium-ion batteries and fuel cells

8.3.6 YOY Impact of Market Opportunities & Trends

8.3.7 YOY Impact of Market Opportunities & Trends on Regions

9 Data Center Construction Market in SEA

9.1 Market Overview

9.2 Market Size & Forecast

9.3 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

10 Market by Infrastructure Type

10.1 Market Overview

10.2 Electrical Infrastructure

10.3 General Construction

10.4 Mechanical Infrastructure

11 Electrical Infrastructure

11.1 Generators

11.2 UPS Systems

11.3 Transfer Switches & Switchgears

11.4 Rack Power Distribution Units

11.5 Other Electrical Infrastructure

12 Mechanical Infrastructure

12.1 Cooling Systems

12.2 Racks

12.3 Other mechanical Infrastructure

13 Cooling Systems

13.1 CRAC and CRAH Units

13.2 Chiller Units

13.3 Cooling Towers & Dry Coolers

13.4 Other Cooling Units

14 Cooling Technique

14.1 Liquid-Based Cooling Techniques

14.2 Air-Based Cooling Techniques

15 General Construction

15.1 Building Development

15.2 Installation & commissioning Services

15.3 Building Design

15.4 Physical Security

15.5 DCIM

16 Tier Standards

16.1 Overview of Tier Standards

16.2 Tier I & II

16.3 Tier III

16.4 Tier IV

17 By Geography

18 Singapore

19 Malaysia

20 Thailand

21 Indonesia

22 Other Countries

23 Competitive Scenario

23.1 Electrical Infrastructure

23.2 Mechanical Infrastructure

23.3 General Construction

24 Prominent Infrastructure Providers

24.1 ABB

24.1.1 Overview

24.1.2 Product offerings

24.2 Schneider Electric

24.3 Vertiv

24.4 Caterpillar

24.5 Cummins

24.6 Delta Group

24.7 Eaton

24.8 Euro-Diesel

24.9 Fuji Electric

24.10 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

24.11 Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics

24.12 Hitec Power Protection

24.13 Huawei

24.14 KOHLER Group

24.15 Legrand Group

24.16 Mitsubishi Electric

24.17 MTU ONSITE ENERGY (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)

24.18 Pillar Systems

24.19 Rittal

25 Prominent Construction Companies

25.1 Arup

25.1.1 Overview

25.1.2 Service offerings

25.2 AWP Architects

25.3 CSF Group

25.4 DSCO Group

25.5 Fortis Construction

25.6 Faithful+Gould

25.7 Flex Enclosure

25.8 Kienta Engineering Construction

25.9 M+W Group (Excyte)

25.10 NTT Facilities Group

25.11 PM Group

25.12 Powerware Systems (PWS)

25.13 Sato Kogyo

26 Data Center Investors

26.1 AIMS Data Centre

26.1.1 Overview

26.1.2 Service Offerings

26.2 Biznet Data Center

26.3 CMC Telecom

26.4 Colt Data Centre Services (Colt DCS)

26.5 DCI Indonesia

26.6 Digital Realty

26.7 Equinix

26.8 Global Switch

26.9 Graha Teknologi Nusantara (GTN)

26.10 Indosat Ooredoo (Lintasarta)

26.11 Internet Thailand Public Company Limited (INET)

26.12 Kepple DC

26.13 Kepstar Data Centre Management

26.14 NTT Communications

26.15 Philippine Long Distance Telephone ALPHA (PLDT ALPHA)

26.16 PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia

26.17 Singtel

26.18 ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC)

26.19 TCC Technology

26.20 True Internet Data Center (True IDC)

26.21 VADS BERHAD

26.22 VNTT

26.23 XL Axiata

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