Data Center Services On Fire In Emerging Asia Pacific
Expect To See A 22% Five-Year Compound Annual Growth Rate
November 29, 2011
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In the last two years, Emerging Asia Pacific has attracted substantial investment in building new data centers and refurbishing existing data centers. India and China are primarily focused on domestic growth, while the Association of Southeast Asia Nations (ASEAN) will be a data center hub for the region. Forrester estimates a 22% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the next five years in third-party data center services. Many types of vendors are jumping into this gold rush. With competition increasing and margins getting squeezed out, vendors will have to specialize to differentiate. We expect the supplier ecosystem to evolve into two distinct breeds of suppliers — the "base-builders" and the value-added services providers.
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Table of Contents
- Emerging Asia Pacific Attracts Strong Investment In The Data Center
- Multiple Players Are Rushing Into Emerging Asia Pacific
- Suppliers Must Morph To Survive And Grow In Tomorrow's Competition
- Supplemental Material
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