Global Green Data Center Market Flourishing on Ecofriendly
The global green data center market is segmented on the basis of PUE standards into PUE 1 to 1.5, PUE 1.5 to 2.0, and PUE greater than 2. The PUE greater than 2 standard segment dominated the market in 2014 and is expected to hold the major market share by 2022; however, the PUE 1 to 1.5 standard segment is predicted to grow the fastest over the forecast period from 2015 to 2022. Components of green data centers include air conditioning, power units, storage and servers, network devices, and security appliances. In terms of the end-use industry, IT, telecom, and healthcare are anticipated to swiftly adopt green data center solutions.
On the basis of ownership types, the market is segmented into external and internal ownership. Within external ownership, co-location is predicted to hold the major demand by 2022, rather than dedicated hosting. Internal ownership is further sub-segmented into healthcare; IT; telecom; government; banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI); energy and utility; transportation and logistics; and others. IT and telecom are the two major sub-segments in internal ownership that are predicted to account for a major market share and grow fastest in the coming years.
Small and medium enterprises have mushroomed across developed and emerging economies in the past couple of decades and they all are concentrating on crunching data in order to run their processes smoothly as well as detect opportunities for efficiency enhancements. Consequently, the demand for data centers has multiplied exponentially in the recent past but with that, the concerns regarding humongous amount of energy required by them and the need for proper disposing of the equipment have incremented. If understood as a country, data centers would be the fifth largest consumer of energy in the world!
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