Cushman & & Wakefield’s Data Center Advisory Group has actually ranked the leading 10 information center markets worldwide, with centers in the United States, Singapore, the UK, Europe, and Australia getting the leading areas.
The 2021 Global Data Center Market Contrast Report assessed 1,189 information centers and utilized a weighted approach to rank 48 international markets. From those, the report then whittled the note down to discover the leading 10 markets.
The United States secured the leading 2 areas (Northern Virginia and Chicago respectively), followed by Sydney, Australia, Silicon Valley (United States), Singapore, Dallas (United States), London (UK), Seattle (United States), New York/New Jersey (United States), and Amsterdam (EU).
According to Cushman & & Wakefield executive handling director, information center advisory group leader, Dave Fanning, brand-new information center building has actually ‘escalated’ just recently.
” The 2020 pandemic sped up the modification in business IT method, as business quickly moved to the cloud. Extension and optimization of this shift will continue throughout the next a number of years, developing more focus on cloud services schedule and connection throughout platforms,” he describes.
Sydney included as the most substantial ‘mover’ in international rankings, showing that Asia Pacific markets are carrying out well as information center locations thanks to development capacity, in addition to quick innovation and network advancement.
” As e-commerce continues to grow and cloud connection ends up being a main company motorist, we anticipate the information center market development to magnify in the area with secondary markets getting prominence and brand-new markets emerging in this area,” remarks APAC information center advisory group leader Todd Olson.
Singapore and Amsterdam have actually dealt with moratoriums however still stay in the leading 10 rankings, which the report credits to strong markets, thick fiber, and numerous cloud services. The report keeps in mind that both markets should discover services for future advancement – for instance brand-new power generation efforts of multi-storey building – to remain ahead of other growing markets.
Other markets such as Seoul, Zurich, Melbourne, and Madrid likewise stay hotspots for information center development. Seoul in specific is specified as a ‘secondary market’, yet it has around 300 MW of capability, access to all significant cloud services, and a strong advancement pipeline.
Other secondary markets in Europe and Asia are likewise growing as work transfer to the edge.
Cushman & & Wakefield states, “These secondary areas typically supply higher margins for information center operators, with some growing to main market status in the future. In Asia Pacific in specific, markets like Chennai and Kuala Lumpur are getting interest from operators and hyperscalers alike.”