DUBLIN, July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The New Telco Data Centre - Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre - 2014 to 2019" report to their offering.
The author forecasts that Telecom Providers will see significant new growth in revenues from developing their new Data Centre facilities with the flexibility to cater for multiple hosting, cloud, networking and power requirements.
The New Telco Data Centre - Pricing for the New Telecoms Data Centre - 2014 to 2019 report is based on a TCL survey of 57 key Telecom Providers around the world who have developed their own Data Centre infrastructure. From the survey the report identifies over 2,200 Telecom Provider Data Centre facilities with around 2.9 million square metres of space available - forecast as of the end of 2014.
Selected Telecoms Providers are now spending from USD $100 million up to USD $300 million per facility on developing large campus-based Data Centre facilities - with multiple Data Halls to cater for cloud services across multiple countries. Other Telecom Providers are investing in Modular Data Centre (MDC) designs, which allows new Data Centre space to be deployed on an incremental basis in line with customer demand.
The New Telco Data Centre is above all now becoming a flexible Data Centre, with infrastructure used for internal networking, equipment, hosting, managed services and IT services as well as the traditional housing, colocation and IP connectivity services - and able to cater for a range of services and customer needs.
Although IP connectivity, housing and colocation remain core products offered by all of the Telecom Providers, there has been a migration towards cloud services. The key hosting and IT applications (such as server hosting, security and disaster recovery & back up services) are being virtualized and offered as an on-demand service - using a variety of flat rate pricing models.
The Telecom Provider is becoming more circumspect about bidding for large IT outsourcing deals and are instead providing partial outsourcing of individual applications or services using a virtualized on-demand platform. Pricing is based on a usage fee per hour or per month - which may also be based on a per device or per user basis.
Overall New Data Centre revenues are forecast by the author to increase by 28 per cent per annum over the 5 year period from the end of 2014 - from almost USD $3.1 billion per annum (2014) up to almost USD $7.5 billion per annum (2019).
Key Topics Covered:
Section 1 - The New Telco Data Centre
Section 2 - The key services offered by the New Telco Data Centre
Section 3 - Pricing the New Telco Data Centre
Section 4 - The New Telco Data Centre Provider Profiles
Section 5 - Conclusions to the New Telco Data Centre report
- Bell Canada
- Bharti Airtel
- CAT IDC
- China Telecom
- Chunghwa Telecom
- Cogent Communications
- Colt Telecom
- Globe Telecom
- Iliad Group
- KT Corp
- Level 3
- NTT Com
- Orange Business Service
- PCCW HKT
- PT Indosat
- Portugal telecom
- Reliance Infocom
- Rogers Communications
- Softbank Telecom
- Tata Communications
- Telecom Indonesia
- Telecom Italia
- Telekom Austria
- Telekom Malaysia
- XO Communications
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