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Data Centre Europe Executive Summary - Industry Outlook and Forecast - 2022 to 2026

Data Centre Europe Executive Summary - Industry Outlook and Forecast - 2022 to 2026

This Data Centre Executive Summary - 2022 to 2026 provides you with the high level information for seventeen European countries accessed in an easy-to understand format.

Easy access to for example, top five DC Player in each market accompanied with percentage. Which country has the most Data Centre Space.
Source: Datacentrepricing

The attractiveness of the European DC market can be seen by the rapid increase in new DC investment taking place, representing almost 2,900 MW of power to be installed, the majority by the end of 2024, with a surge in new Data Centre Providers backed by private equity investors. Some 100 new Data Centre projects are due to be introduced over the period, with most located in the new so called Tier 2 markets – away from the Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam & Paris (FLAP) markets.

Locations set to see new DC growth include Warsaw, Rome, Milan, Zurich, Barcelona, Madrid & Lisbon.
There are acquisitions of existing Data Centre providers taking place, of Verne Global (Iceland), DigiPlex (Nordics), Green Mountain (Norway), SuperNap (Italy) & atNorth (Iceland), usually with a plan to expand its presence internationally.

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has meant an uplift in demand for online services including cloud services which is spurring investment in new Data Centre infrastructure across Europe – with a need for new high specification hyperscale investment being paramount.
The summary also provides information on recent Data Centre acuisition and announcement of latest Data Centre expansion and new development plans.

The extracted information is based on the comprehensive Data Centre Country Profiles covering Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK. It is based on both the Carrier-based Data Centre segment as well as the Carrier Neutral Data Centre segment.

Table of Contents

Methodology
European Data Centre Acquisitions
Data Centre Providers and Data Centre Facilities - 17 European Countries
Data Centre Space and Power - 17 European Countries
Data Centre pricing rack space, high, low and average - 17 European Countriess
Top five Data Centre Providers - 17 European Countriess
Top five Data Centre Facilities based on Data Centre space 17 European Countriess
Largest City Cluster in each country - 17 European Countriess
Data Centre Space and Power Forecast – beginning of 2022 to 2026
Data Centre Revenues and Cloud Revenues forecast – beginning of 2022 to 2026
Utility power cost per kWH in Euro
Data Centre Development in each of the 17 surveyed countries

Report Title: Data Centre Europe Executive Summary - Industry Outlook and Forecast - 2022 to 2026


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