Data Center Services Market in Latin America, Forecast to 2022

Data Center Services Market in Latin America, Forecast to 2022

Data Center Market Continues Strongly to Support the Digital Transformation Demand

RELEASE DATE
27-Dec-2017
REGION
Latin America
Research Code: K1F3-01-00-00-00
SKU: IT03570-LA-MR_21358

$4,950.00

Special Price $3,712.50 save 25 %

In stock
SKU
IT03570-LA-MR_21358

$4,950.00

$3,712.50 save 25 %

DownloadLink

Pay by invoice

ENQUIRE NOW

Description

The data center market remains warm due to the migration of on-premises infrastructure to service providers to ensure business continuity, lower operational costs, and increase physical and logical security. Despite the positive scenario, telecom operators still find it difficult to compete with the large data center and cloud service providers. Opportunities appear for the providers that have included in their portfolio the services of infrastructure management through network monitoring, servers, applications, and security as a way to present a greater value add, minimizing the commoditization of data center services.


Research Highlights

This study covers the following data center services:

  • Colocation: It includes the rent required to host a server, comprising physical infrastructure of the data center, space in the rack/cage, and data infrastructure.
  • Dedicated hosting: Solutions involve a server, which is located at a dedicated facility, with resources that include a secured cage or cabinet, regulated power, dedicated Internet connection, security, and support features. These facilities offer customers a secure place to physically host their applications and corporate processes, as opposed to locating them in their offices or warehouses where the potential for fire, theft, or vandalism is higher.
  • Disaster recovery: It includes associated expenditures specific to business continuity as well as recovery services in the data center.
  • Storage: Electronic computing devices capable of storing large amounts of digital information on permanently accessible media (hard drives or an arrangement of hard drives), mostly related to magnetic or optical media. These include all devices with the capacity to hold and retain data such as servers, add-on disks, and storage area network (SAN) equipment and solutions.

Only third-party data centers that provide infrastructure services to customers are considered. Captive data centers, which are built exclusively for the internal use of a company, are not in the project scope.

Frost & Sullivan conducted in-depth primary interviews with leading technology service providers, analyzed their annual reports, and used in-house databases to conduct a detailed analysis of the data center market. The resulting revenue market size reflects a total sum of our estimates for individual companies. This survey also provides information on growth opportunities and emerging trends that will affect market participants during the forecast period.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the main drivers and restraints affecting growth of the Latin American data center services market?
  • Will the market continue to grow? If so, at what rate?
  • Which vertical markets will deliver the greatest opportunities?
  • What types of data center services show the strongest demand? Is this expected to change?
  • What is the current market concentration? How will this change by the end of the forecast period?
  • How will this market develop in future?

RESEARCH: INFOGRAPHIC

This infographic presents a brief overview of the research, and highlights the key topics discussed in it.
Click image to view it in full size

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

CEO’s Perspective

Research Scope

Exchange Rates

Definitions

Definitions (continued)

Market Overview

Market Overview (continued)

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Forecast Assumptions

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type Discussion

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type Discussion (continued)

Percent Revenue Forecast by Country

Percent Revenue Forecast Discussion—Argentina

Percent Revenue Forecast Discussion—Brazil

Percent Revenue Forecast Discussion—Chile

Percent Revenue Forecast Discussion—Colombia

Percent Revenue Forecast Discussion—Peru

Percent Revenue Forecast Discussion—Mexico

Percent Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market

Percent Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market Discussion

Percent Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market Discussion (continued)

Percent Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market Discussion (continued)

Market Share

Competitive Environment

Competitive Factors and Assessment

Brazil—Market Share

Brazil—Competitive Environment

Colombia—Market Share

Colombia—Competitive Environment

Mexico—Market Share

Mexico—Competitive Environment

Argentina—Market Share

Argentina—Competitive Environment

Chile—Market Share

Chile—Competitive Environment

Peru—Market Share

Peru—Competitive Environment

Growth Opportunity—Digital Transformation

Growth Opportunity—Managed Services

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Revenue Forecast—Storage

Revenue Forecast—Disaster Recovery

Revenue Forecast—Dedicated Hosting

Revenue Forecast—Colocation

Revenue Forecast by Service Type Discussion

Market Stage by Service Type

Revenue Forecast—Argentina

Revenue Forecast—Brazil

Revenue Forecast—Chile

Revenue Forecast—Colombia

Revenue Forecast—Mexico

Revenue Forecast—Peru

Revenue Forecast by Country Discussion

Emerging Trends

The Last Word—Recommendations

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

Other Companies

Market Engineering Measurements

Related Research
The data center market remains warm due to the migration of on-premises infrastructure to service providers to ensure business continuity, lower operational costs, and increase physical and logical security. Despite the positive scenario, telecom operators still find it difficult to compete with the large data center and cloud service providers. Opportunities appear for the providers that have included in their portfolio the services of infrastructure management through network monitoring, servers, applications, and security as a way to present a greater value add, minimizing the commoditization of data center services.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Highlights

This study covers the following data center services:

  • Colocation: It includes the rent required to host a server, comprising physical infrastructure of the data center, space in the rack/cage, and data infrastructure.
  • Dedicated hosting: Solutions involve a server, which is located at a dedicated facility, with resources that include a secured cage or cabinet, regulated power, dedicated Internet connection, security, and support features. These facilities offer customers a secure place to physically host their applications and corporate processes, as opposed to locating them in their offices or warehouses where the potential for fire, theft, or vandalism is higher.
  • Disaster recovery: It includes associated expenditures specific to business continuity as well as recovery services in the data center.
  • Storage: Electronic computing devices capable of storing large amounts of digital information on permanently accessible media (hard drives or an arrangement of hard drives), mostly related to magnetic or optical media. These include all devices with the capacity to hold and retain data such as servers, add-on disks, and storage area network (SAN) equipment and solutions.
More Information
No Index No
Podcast No
Author Renato Pasquini
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number K1F3-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No