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Colocation and Managed Hosting (CMH) Market Analysis: By User Types (Small, Medium, Large and Enterprise) Provider Type (Tier-I, Tier-II, Tier-III and Tier-IV) Verticals (Government, Financial Institutions, IT, Telecommunications)-Forecast(2017-2022)
Report Code : ITR 0020
Updated Date: 28 January, 2017  

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1. Global Colocation Market Overview
2. Executive Summary
3. Global Colocation Market Landscape
   3.1. Market Share Analysis
   3.2. Comparative Analysis
      3.2.1. Product Benchmarking
      3.2.2. End user profiling
      3.2.3. Patent Analysis
      3.2.4. Top 5 Financials Analysis
4. Colocation Market Forces
   4.1. Market Drivers
   4.2. Market Constraints
   4.3. Market Challenges
   4.4. Attractiveness of the Colocation Industry
      4.4.1. Power of Suppliers
      4.4.2. Power of Customers
      4.4.3. Threat of New entrants
      4.4.4. Threat of Substitution
      4.4.5. Degree of Competition
5. Colocation Market – Strategic Analysis
   5.1. Value Chain Analysis
   5.2. Pricing Analysis
   5.3. Opportunities Analysis
   5.4. Retail Colocation Vs Wholesale Colocation
   5.5. Traditional Colocation Vs Managed Colocation
   5.6. Managed Hosting Services Market Overview and Revenues Analysis
   5.7. DCRE Market Overview and Revenues Analysis
6. Colocation and Managed Hosting Market – By User and Provider Types
   6.1. By Tier Types
      6.1.1. Tier 1
      6.1.2. Tier 2
      6.1.3. Tier 3
      6.1.4. Tier 4
   6.2. By Business Type
      6.2.1. Small Businesses
      6.2.2. Medium Size Businesses
      6.2.3. Large Businesses
      6.2.4. Enterprise Corporations
7. Colocation Market – By End User Verticals
   7.1. Telecommunications
   7.2. IT Companies
   7.3. E-Commerce Companies
   7.4. Government
   7.5. Financial Institutions
   7.6. Others
8. Colocation and Managed Hosting Market – By Solutions
   8.1. Power Distribution Units
   8.2. Cooling Systems
   8.3. Network Connectivity
   8.4. Racks and Enclosures
   8.5. Physical and Electronic Security
   8.6. Software Services
   8.7. Others
9. Colocation Market -Geographic Analysis
   9.1. Introduction 
   9.2. Americas
      9.2.1. North America
      9.2.2. Brazil
      9.2.3. Argentina
      9.2.4. Mexico
   9.3. Europe
      9.3.1. UK
      9.3.2. France
      9.3.3. Germany
   9.4. APAC
      9.4.1. China
      9.4.2. South Korea
      9.4.3. Japan
      9.4.4. Australia
   9.5. ROW 
10. Colocation and Managed Hosting Market Entropy
   10.1. New Product Launches
   10.2. M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships
11. Investment Opportunities – Analysis by Target companies/customers, Capital Investments, ROI, Payback Period and Source of Funds.
12. Company Profiles (Overview, Financials, SWOT Analysis, Developments, Product Portfolio)
   12.1. Equinix
   12.2. Telecity Group
   12.3. Interxion
   12.4. TELEHOUSE
   12.5. Deutsche Telekom
   12.6. NTT
   12.7. Interoute
   12.8. Colt
   12.9. Rackspace
   12.10. Peer1 Hosting
   12.11. Internap
   12.12. Digital Reality Trust
   12.13. Level3 Communications
   12.14. Savvis Inc
   12.15. Terremark
   12.16. Navisite
   12.17. IBM
   12.18. Windstream
   12.19. Sabey Corp
   12.20. Cyrusone
*More than 10 Companies are profiled in this Research Report*
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"
13. Appendix
   13.1. Abbreviations
   13.2. Sources
   13.3. Research Methodology
   13.4. Bibliography
   13.5. Compilation of Expert Insights
   13.6. Disclaimer
Colocation centers can be considered as data center which is a mixture of cloud or hybrid cloud services and hosting servers on their own by customers. In this concept, the colocation service provider offers physical space, power, cooling, connectivity etc and the customer uses them to host their own servers, software. This kind of model offers security, lower operating costs and zero infrastructure costs. Colocation centers are generally divided into retail colocation and wholesale colocation, the major difference between the two being the size of space offered for rental purposes. Wholesale colocation gives an entire floor (more than 10,000 Sq.ft) compared to retail colocation which has rental plans like unit-wise colocation, quarter rack, half rack and full rack colocation etc.

Colocation is a very cost effective plan for small and medium businesses because of the following advantages:
  • Zero infrastructure building costs and minimal operating costs.
  • Servers and IT infrastructure is owned by the customer and hence data security, software for operation purposes are easy to control, maintain and monitor.
  • It helps companies to expand to multiple locations and lease space rather than build new data centers. This is especially significant for e-commerce companies and other online service providers for which proximity to customer ensures speed and better service.
  • Costs of hiring IT personnel are removed.
Historically, speaking power wise, retail colocation customer needs are catered to under the 500kW capacity range whereas wholesale colocation customers typically need more than 1 megawatt of power capacity.

The colocation market is growing at a CAGR of around 16% during 2013 – 2018 and is expected to increase from around $22.5bn in 2013 to reach $47.2bn in 2018.The colocation cloud services market is around $4bn currently and is growing at around 60% YoY, the fastest of the 4 different segments in the global Colocation and Managed Hosting Market.

Sample Companies Profiled in this Report are:
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • NTT
  • Interoute
  • Colt
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