Europe is the second largest market for data center cooling. There has been a shift in the cooling technologies used in this region. Green data centers are growing around this region. These use renewable sources of energy for the power consumption for cooling. Another method is to have the data centers in cooler areas so that the environment will provide a natural cooling effect to the data center. Little attention has been given so far to the cost of energy used by different IT systems. But with the rising energy costs, enterprises are looking towards those solutions which can help them save some dollars. The demand for such systems are on the rise and has become one of the driving factors behind the decisions regarding deploying new technologies.
To meet the requirements of the customers, IT organizations are deploying new applications. This is leading to a shortage of space, power and cooling. These issues have led many organizations to realize that data center costs are now a part of their limited budget. To take full advantage of their systems, they need to spend effectively and in those technologies which increase the lifespan of the data center as well as the business agility. Data center cooling is a primary target for energy efficiency improvements. These help in bringing down costs related to data centers energy consumption. Companies are now working towards new cooling technologies as well as refining the old ones. Some of the cooling technologies which are being used at present are chillers, air conditioners, economizers and hot huts. With data centers being one of the contributors to greenhouse gas emission, green data centers are gaining traction. These data center cooling systems maximize energy efficiency and minimize environmental impact.
Little attention has been given so far to the cost of energy used by different IT systems. But, with the rising energy costs, enterprises are looking towards those solutions which can help them reduce operating costs. The demand for such solutions are increasing and has become one of the driving factors behind the decisions for adopting new technologies.
The consistent demand for data centers is also a major contributor to the cooling systems market.
There are many companies which are working towards improving the efficiency of their already existing data center cooling systems.
The factors challenging the data center cooling systems market are the system’s adaptability requirements and erratic power supply requirements in some regions.
Skanska is one of the companies has developed eOPTI-TRAX, a new data center cooling technology which can reduce expenditure incurred in these cooling systems. As the demand for data center grows, there will be a need for more effective cooling solutions. Though there are some major players like IBM, Schneider Electric and HP present in the data center cooling market, some other vendors like Skanska are challenging the status quo with their superior solutions.
WHAT THE REPORT OFFERS
- Europe data center cooling market overview and in-depth market analysis with its applications in the industry and information on drivers and restraints.
- Identification of factors responsible for changing the market scenario, rising prospective opportunities and identification of key companies that can influence the market on a global and regional scale
- Extensively researched competitive landscape with profiles of major companies along with their market share.
- A comprehensive list of key market players along with the analysis of their current strategic interests and key financial information.
1.1 Study Deliverables
1.2 Study Assumptions
1.3 Research Methodology
1.4 Key Findings of the Study
2. Executive Summary
3. Market Dynamics
3.1 Market Overview
3.2 Factors Driving the Market
3.2.1 Increasing demand for data centers
3.2.2 Focus on reducing costs
3.2.3 Emergence of Green Data Center
3.2.4 New Technologies
3.3 Factors Restraining the Market
3.3.1 Adaptability requirements
3.3.2 Erratic power supply in some regions
3.4 Current Opportunities in the Market
3.5 Technology Snapshot
3.6 Data Center Cooling Systems Applications
3.7 Porter’s Five Forces
3.7.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
3.7.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers
3.7.3 Threat of New Entrants
3.7.4 Threat of Substitute Products and Services
3.7.5 Competitive Rivalry within the Industry
3.8 Industry Value Chain Analysis
3.9 New Cooling Technologies
4. Europe Data Center Cooling Market Segmentation by User Type
4.1 Cloud Service Providers
4.2 Colocation Providers
4.4 Managed Hosting Services
5. Europe Data Center Cooling Market Segmentation by Cooling Methods
5.1 Air Conditioners
5.2 Evaporative Cooling
5.5 Submersion Cooling
6. Europe Data Center Cooling Market Segmentation by Product Type
7. Europe Data Center Cooling Market Segmentation by Verticals
7.1 Banking/Financial Services
7.6 Central/Local Government
7.7 Entertainment and Media
8. Europe Data Center Cooling Market Segmentation by Country
8.1 United Kingdom
9. Europe Vendor Market Share (Global)
10. Data Center Cooling Solution Vendors, Market Share and Products and Services, Developments
10.1.2 Products and Services
10.1.4 Recent Developments
10.2.2 Products and Services
10.2.4 Recent Developments
10.3.2 Products and Services
10.3.4 Recent Developments
10.4.2 Products and Services
10.4.4 Recent Developments
10.5 Schneider Electric
10.5.2 Products and Services
10.5.4 Recent Developments
10.6.2 Products and Services
10.6.4 Recent Developments
10.7.2 Products and Services
10.7.4 Recent Developments
10.8.2 Products and Services
10.8.4 Recent Developments
11. The Challengers
11.3 Green Revolution Cooling
12. Future of the Europe Data Center Cooling Market