Hyperscaler Demand Drives the North American Data Center Colocation Services Market

Hyperscaler Demand Drives the North American Data Center Colocation Services Market

Businesses’ Digital Transformation, Content Consumption, and Advanced Technologies Fuel Growth in a Mature Market

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28-Sep-2021
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The North American data center colocation services market is a mature yet growing market due to the constantly increasing demand for digital services and the continued availability of land, energy, and financial power. It has over 150 providers with a diverse footprint, customer focus (retail and hyperscaler), and capabilities. Some have a global reach. Competition varies by the local market, based on the number of competitors, available capacity, and target market.

Hyperscale demand, edge+5G convergence, and sustainability-related factors are the main trends moving the market. Northern Virginia—the most extensive data center market globally—keeps growing, with providers continuously planning projects for that area. Colocation providers report higher competitiveness at the regional and local levels, where countrywide footprints overlap with smaller, local companies. Competitiveness is likely to increase as market participants establish edge facilities in less saturated areas.

Frost & Sullivan projects the North American data center colocation services market to record a 5.6% CAGR from 2020 to 2026.

Author: Leonardo Sampieri

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Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Data Center Colocation Services Market

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Key Takeaways

Scope of Analysis

Defining Digital Edge

Market Overview

Key Growth Metrics

Data Center Clusterization

Market Trend 1

Market Trend 2

Market Trend 3

Market Trend 4

Market Trend 5

Competitive Environment

Demand Analysis

Leading Providers

Leading Providers (continued)

Leading Providers (continued)

Growth Drivers

Growth Driver Analysis

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Restraints

Growth Restraint Analysis

Forecast Assumptions

Revenue Forecast

Growth Opportunity 1—Align Capabilities and Design to Address Hyperscale Segment Requirements

Growth Opportunity 1—Align Capabilities and Design to Address Hyperscale Segment Requirements (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Edge Computing and the Data Center-everywhere Approach Pave the Way for Different Strategies

Growth Opportunity 2—Edge Computing and the Data Center-everywhere Approach Pave the Way for Different Strategies (continued)

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

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The North American data center colocation services market is a mature yet growing market due to the constantly increasing demand for digital services and the continued availability of land, energy, and financial power. It has over 150 providers with a diverse footprint, customer focus (retail and hyperscaler), and capabilities. Some have a global reach. Competition varies by the local market, based on the number of competitors, available capacity, and target market. Hyperscale demand, edge+5G convergence, and sustainability-related factors are the main trends moving the market. Northern Virginia—the most extensive data center market globally—keeps growing, with providers continuously planning projects for that area. Colocation providers report higher competitiveness at the regional and local levels, where countrywide footprints overlap with smaller, local companies. Competitiveness is likely to increase as market participants establish edge facilities in less saturated areas. Frost & Sullivan projects the North American data center colocation services market to record a 5.6% CAGR from 2020 to 2026. Author: Leonardo Sampieri
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