Data Center News — The global colocation market is expected to top US$33.2 billion by 2018, with Asia Pacific now accounting for 40.1% of total operational space for colocation. 451 Research says the data center colocation market saw US$27.0 billion in annualised revenue in Q4 of last year, with the majority of the revenue derived from local providers with sub-$500 million in annualised colocation revenues.
eWeek — A 451 Research report estimates that currently, the world’s largest region in terms of total operational space for colocation is Asia Pacific. The global colocation market will reach $33.2 billion by 2018, according to 451 Research’s latest quarterly Datacenter Knowledgebase (DCKB) release, which tracks nearly 4,800 data centers operated by 1,286 companies worldwide.
Telecom Asia — More than a quarter (27%) of worldwide retail and wholesale colocation revenues are being generated in just five metro areas, new data from Synergy Research Group indicates. Ranked by revenue generated in the fourth quarter of 2015, the top five metros are New York, London, Washington, Tokyo and Silicon Valley.
Business Wire — DUBLIN: Asia Pacific Colocation market was estimated to be $4.55 billion in 2015. The region is expected to witness the highest growth at a CAGR of 19.12% over the forecast period, with colocation revenues generated to reach $12.99 billion by 2021. Government initiatives, adoption of cloud computing solutions, outsourcing key IT business segments are some of the factors which will contribute to the growth of colocation market in the region.