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Global Data Center Market (Modular, Micro / Mobile) 2014-2019 Forecasts

DALLAS, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Evolutionary advancement in data center market over the past several decades - from the mainframe era to client/server computing, and then on to the virtual data centre - has changed the data center development and deployment to cater unique requirements of businesses and enterprises. Organizations dealing with large amount of data are looking for solutions to optimize their Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE), as well as quick capacity addition deployments. ReportsnReports.com now offers two unique data center market research reports with forecasts for 2014-2019, along with sharing the drivers, restraints, leading players' profiles and more on the industry.

Mobile/Micro Data Center Market by Applications (Instant & Retrofit, Disaster Recovery, High Density Networks, Remote Office, Mobile Computing), Rack Size, Organization Size and Verticals - Global Advancements, Worldwide Forecast & Analysis (2014-2019) research report (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/291704-mobile-micro-data-center-market-by-applications-instant-retrofit-disaster-recovery-high-density-networks-remote-office-mobile-computing-rack-size-organization-size-and-verticals-global-advancements-worldwide-forecast-analysis-2014-2019-.html ) discusses the strategies and insights for the key vendors in the industry along with in-depth study of driving forces and challenges micro datacenter market. The report also analyses the global adoption trends and future growth potential across different geographical regions. The research segments the micro datacenter market by applications, by rack size, by organization size, by verticals, and by regions. Micro Datacenter solution providers handle internet and business generated data to maintain, monitor and reporting on consolidated environment. In other words, Micro Datacenter services can be availed by all the businesses who want to improve their baseline performance and infrastructure virtualization. The implementation of Micro Datacenter solution has given a better medium for connectivity among users and data. Micro Datacenter services help in Migrating, consolidating and restructuring storage along with management of directory services, and collaboration services, whether cloud-based or on premises. These services are widely used by small and large enterprises and hence Micro Datacenter market is expected to grow at a healthy rate in coming years.

Modular Data Center Market by Types (Containerized, Individual Module (IT, Power, Cooling, Generator)), Deployment Size (Mid-Size, Enterprise, Large) & Industry Verticals - Global Advancements, Worldwide Forecast & Analysis (2014 - 2019) research report (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/246658-modular-data-center-market-micro-data-center-data-center-retrofit-datacenter-cooling-module-power-module-data-module-generator-module-global-advancements-market-forecasts-analysis-2013-2018-.html ) is spread across 170 pages and will help the market lenders/new entrants in this market in the following ways:-  This report segments the market by types, deployment size, industry verticals, and geographical regions, covering this market comprehensively. The report provides the closest approximation of the revenue numbers for the overall market and the sub-segments. The market numbers are further split across the different verticals and regions.

This report will help them better understand the competitor and gain more insights to better position their business. There is a separate section on competitive landscape, including competitor ecosystem, mergers and acquisition and venture capital funding. Besides, there are company profiles of top players in this market. In this section, market internals are provided that can put them ahead of the competitors. The report helps them understand the pulse of the market. The report provides information on key market drivers, restraints, challenges and opportunities.

Modular Data Centers solutions are poised for quick adoption across various verticals, few of them are: 

  • BFSI: Banking, Financial services and insurance process large amount of data in their day-to-day business activities. Organizations pay a hefty amount to manage their data center. Modular data center solutions lower the cost associated with the data centers and also help in quick deployment of data center. BFSI industry was one of the early adopters of the modular approach of data centers.

  • Educational Institutions: Educational institution campuses are increasingly getting in sync with the latest technologies and are generating heavy amounts of data. All the advancements come with a pre-requisite of data storage requirements. Thus, Modular data center solutions are expected to be much cheaper data center option for educational institutions.

  • Government: Government institutions in developing as well as in developed countries are trying to improve their IT efficiency while controlling associated costs. Governments usually operate on budgetary constraints and look for solutions to reduce the expenditure and enhance the ease of management of their data centers. Modular data center provides a promising solution for the government agencies requirements.

  • Telecom and IT Industries: Telecom and IT industries are the most data intensive industries. Telecom operators are always looking for innovations enabling them to reduce the cost and complexity of their data centers. Modular data center solutions help Telecom and IT organizations to avoid continuously surging utility bills, optimize PUE and deploy flexible data centers.

Companies profiled in the modular data center market report include Bladeroom, Cisco, Colt Technology Services, Dell, Emerson Network Power, HP, IBM, IO Datacenters, Schneider Electric and SGI. Order a copy of this report at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=246658 .

Spread across 266 pages, the micro / mobile data center market report provides 113 data tables and 91 figures to support the global industry analysis and research information. This research forecasts the micro data center market to grow from $1.34 Billion in 2014 to $4.40 Billion in 2019, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 26.9% from 2014 to 2019. In terms of geographies, North America and Europe is expected to be the biggest market in terms of revenue contribution, while Asia-Pacific (APAC) and MEA are expected to experience increased market traction, during the forecast period. It broadly segments the Micro Data Center Market on the basis of applications: Instant Datacenters and Retrofit, Disaster Recovery, High Density Networks, Remote Office Support, Mobile Computing; by rack size: 5-25 RU, 26-50 RU, 51-100 RU; by organization Size: Small Businesses, Medium Businesses, Enterprises; by verticals: Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI), IT and Telecom, Public Sector, Military & Defense, and Oil & Gas; by regions such as North America (NA), Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Latin America (LA).

Companies profiled in the micro / mobile data center market research include AST Modular (Schneider Electric), Canovate Group, Elliptical Mobile Solutions, Huawei, Panduit Corp, Rittal, SGI, Wave-2-Wave Solution Corporation¸ Zellabox and Dell. Order a copy of this report at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=291704 .

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