Opportunities for UPS Suppliers in the European Datacentre Market

 

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This study is a joint venture between the Frost & Sullivan’s Power & Energy and IT & Telecoms teams. This ensures accurate data from both the UPS side and the datacentre side. The study contains detailed forecasts through 2007 and key strategies UPS suppliers need to adopt to ensure continuing success in this increasingly competitive market.

Table of Contents

Opportunities for UPS Suppliers in the European Datacentre Market, Executive SummaryIntroduction to Datacentre Opportunities for UPS SuppliersOverviewSummary of Major FindingsMarket Challenges for UPS SuppliersDatacentre Market DriversDatacentre Market RestraintsDatacentre FinancingChain of Construction and Equipment Supply to DatacentresUPS Requirements in European DatacentresCompetitor HighlightsConclusionOpportunities for UPS Suppliers in the European Datacentre Market, Introduction and BackgroundDefinitionsDefinition of DatacentresDefinition of UPS SystemsMarket OverviewIntroductionMarket Engineering MeasurementsOpportunities for UPS Suppliers in the European Datacentre Market, Market Challenges for Datacentres and UPS SuppliersMarket Challenges for DatacentresIdentification of Key Market Challenges Facing DatacentresShort-Term Saturation Drives Industry ConsolidationFinancial Markets Expectation and SentimentDatacentre Providers Face Need to Increase Range of ServicesPower Requirements of DatacentresComplexity of Security IssuesInfrastructure Performance Monitoring and ReportingLack of Datacentre Scalability Endangers Smaller PlayersMarket Challenges for UPS Suppliers to DatacentresIdentification of Key Market Challenges Facing UPS Suppliers to DatacentresExpansion of Manufacturing Capacity Risks Market Decay after Internet BoomMarket Consolidation Poses Threat to Certain SuppliersLack of Distribution Structures Threatens Expansion StrategiesLack of Focus on Lower Output Ranges Risks Loss of Market ShareOverexposure to Single Market Segment Increases RiskGrowing Product Longevity Threatens Replacement MarketFailure to Conclude Strategic Partnerships Represents Wasted OpportunitiesOpportunities for UPS Suppliers in the European Datacentre Market, The Evolving European Datacentre MarketIntroductionTypical Datacentre OfferingsMarket Drivers and Restraints of the Datacentre MarketKey Market DriversKey Market RestraintsFuture TrendsThe Impact of Financial MarketsDatacentre FinancingThe Global EconomyOpportunities for UPS Suppliers in the European Datacentre Market, UPS Requirements in European DatacentresOverviewIntroductionKey IssuesChain of Construction and Equipment Supply to DatacentresTechnology Developments Drive Higher ConsumptionFuture Prospects for UPS installations in DatacentresMethodologyDatacentre GrowthSpace and Utilisation RatesDatacentre Demand for UPS SystemsLead Times and Replacement NeedsOpportunities for UPS Suppliers in the European Datacentre Market, Datacentre Market Competitive Structure and Competitor ProfilesIntroductionIntroductionCompetitive Structure of Datacentre MarketCompetitive StructureDatacentre Operator Product OfferingMarket SharesKey Competitor HighlightsOverviewCityReach InternationalDigiplexGlobal SwitchInterxionIXEuropeRedbus InterhouseTeleCityTelehouse EuropeColt TelecomExodusIBM Global ServicesMFN (Abovenet)KPNQwestPSINetUUnetOther CompaniesThe Post-Shakeout ScenarioFunding StatusShift Towards Carrier-Specific DatacentresDatacentre Partners Risk AssessmentOpportunities for UPS Suppliers in the European Datacentre Market, Summary Conclusion and UPS Suppliers StrategiesSummary ConclusionConclusionUPS Suppliers Top Strategies for Datacentre MarketOffer Modular SolutionsRenewed Focus on Lower Output RangesServe Broad Range of MarketsStrategic Partnerships with the Right PartnersBuild Relationship with Architect-Engineers




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