Competitive Strategies Benchmarking in Data Center Physical Infrastructure Industry

Competitive Strategies Benchmarking in Data Center Physical Infrastructure Industry

Participants to Compete on the Basis of Creating Differentiation Across the Product Life Cycle

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24-Sep-2014
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: P832-01-00-00-00
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The global data center market is witnessing buoyant growth at a time of increased penetration of co-location and cloud computing businesses. An integrated, efficient, and scalable power infrastructure is paramount in order to sustain the demand arising out of the emerging data center trends, such as server virtualization, installation of blade servers, data center modularity, carbon emission norms, and so on. As the market leader is setting a benchmark on the front of market share and future growth strategy, the other contenders in the industry are getting on track through organic and inorganic growth strategies in order to gain maximum market share.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Executive Summary (continued)

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective

Market Definition

Market Definition (continued)

Product Definition—Infrastructure Components

Product Definition—Infrastructure Solution Components (continued)

Product Definition—Infrastructure Solution Components (continued)

Challenges—Data Center Market

Key Industry Challenges

Competitive Assessment—Threat of New Entrants

Competitive Assessment—Bargaining Power of Suppliers

Competitive Assessment—Bargaining Power of Customers

Competitive Assessment—Rivalry Among Existing Competitors

Strategic Intent

Internal Forces

Future Growth Strategy

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Strategic Intent

Internal Forces

Future Growth Strategy

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Strategic Intent

Internal Forces

Future Growth Strategy

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Strategic Intent

Internal Forces

Future Growth Strategy

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Strategic Intent

Internal Forces

Future Growth Strategy

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Future Growth Strategy (continued)

Growth Strategy

Strategy Benchmarking

Strategy Benchmarking (continued)

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

Additional Sources of Information on Power Systems Market

Table of Acronyms Used

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The global data center market is witnessing buoyant growth at a time of increased penetration of co-location and cloud computing businesses. An integrated, efficient, and scalable power infrastructure is paramount in order to sustain the demand arising out of the emerging data center trends, such as server virtualization, installation of blade servers, data center modularity, carbon emission norms, and so on. As the market leader is setting a benchmark on the front of market share and future growth strategy, the other contenders in the industry are getting on track through organic and inorganic growth strategies in order to gain maximum market share.
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Author Amit Singh
Industries Energy
WIP Number P832-01-00-00-00
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