The Latin American cloud services market has been witnessing changes in terms of consumer mindset toward cloud computing. Companies of different sizes and across a variety of verticals increasingly understand the benefits of the IaaS business model and make investments in the cloud. The strategy of shifting capital expenditure to operational expenditure is an attractive one in today’s economic environment. As opposed to investing money in expanding capacity, companies are turning to cloud services. The hosted private cloud still holds an important place in the Latin American IaaS market. Public cloud will grow at a high rate throughout the forecast period, driven by the positive cost benefits it presents and
Frost & Sullivan conducted detailed primary interviews with leading cloud service providers, analyzed their quarterly and annual reports, and utilized internal databases to perform a detailed revenue analysis of the market. The resulting revenue market size reflects a sum total of the estimates for individual companies. In this study, Frost & Sullivan examines the cloud services market across 6 Latin American countries—Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru—and covers public and hosted private infrastructure as a service.
The study period is from 2016 to 2022, and the base year is 2017. The study examines the current competitive landscape, market drivers and restraints, and market development. It also provides insights regarding growth opportunities and trends that will affect market participants over the forecast period.
Key Issues Addressed
- What is the addressable market opportunity for the IaaS market?
- What is the expected growth rate?
- What are the driving and restraining factors that will shape the future of this market?
- What is the rate of IaaS adoption across Latin America and how is it expected to change over the forecast period?
- Who are the main providers in the Latin American IaaS market?