New York, Aug. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Caribbean Data Center Market – Investment Analysis & Growth Opportunities 2022-2027” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06313594/?utm_source =GNW
• Various governments of Caribbean countries are supporting digitalization in Jamaica, Cayman Islands and Bahamas to attract more investment. For example, Jamaica joined the European Union (EU) in 2021-2027, which aims to support Jamaica’s goal of a digital economy and society.
• In the Caribbean region, Panama, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Bermuda and Aruba are some of the countries that are working on generating electricity from renewable energy sources. For example, Bermuda’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) will drive 85% of electricity from renewable energy sources by 2035.
• Cloud service providers partner with local businesses to provide cloud services in the region. For example, in April 2021, Millicom (Tigo) partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide AWS cloud-based services through its Multi-Cloud Managed Services in Panama.
KEY STRENGTHS OF THE CARIBBEAN DATA CENTER MARKET
• Bahamas, Panama, Jamaica and Cayman Islands are some of the major countries that are seeing investments from various data center operators due to different national development programs. For example, the government of the Bahamas announced the Vision 2040 national development plan to improve investment and guide government decisions to attract investment to the country over the next 25 years.
• The Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA) aims to strengthen the region’s economy. In addition, governments of various countries are establishing special economic zones to attract investment to the region. The government of Panama has also established free economic zones such as the Colon Free Trade Zone and the Pacifico Special Economic Zone which will provide space for industrial development with benefits such as tax exemptions. Also, it will attract investment from the United States.
• Government measures such as the personal data protection law established in the Bahamas, Panama and the Cayman Islands have strengthened the Caribbean data center market. For example, in May 2021, the Panama Personal Data Protection Rule was enacted, which will regulate data protection and privacy in the country.
• Factors such as adoption of cloud computing and advanced technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), big data, artificial intelligence and government support for data centers are driving the data center market in the Caribbean region.
WHY SHOULD YOU BUY THIS RESEARCH?
• Available market size in Caribbean colocation market investment, area, electrical capacity and revenues.
• An assessment of data center investment in the Caribbean by colocation, hyperscale and enterprise operators.
• Investments in data centers in the area (square feet) and power capacity (MW) in the countries of the region.
• During the forecast period, a detailed study of the existing Caribbean Data Center market landscape, in-depth industry analysis and insightful predictions of the Caribbean Data Center market size.
• Overview of existing and upcoming third-party data center installations in the Caribbean
• Facilities covered (existing): 15
• Identified facilities (coming soon): 00
• Coverage: 4 countries
• Existing or future (data center area)
• Existing or future (IT load capacity)
• Caribbean data center colocation market
• Revenue and Market Forecast (2021-2027)
• Retail and wholesale colocation pricing
• Retail and wholesale colocation market
• Caribbean data center landscape market investments are categorized into IT, power, cooling and general construction services with sizing and forecasting.
• A comprehensive analysis of the latest trends, growth rate, potential opportunities, growth restraints and industry outlook.
• Overview of the business and product offerings of leading IT infrastructure vendors, builders, support infrastructure vendors and industry investors.
• A transparent research methodology and analysis of the demand and supply side of the market.
MARKET VENDOR LANDSCAPE
• The Caribbean data center market has several local and global colocation providers operating in different countries. Major colocation providers include KIO Networks, Telecom Italia Sparkle, Air Link Communications, Blue NAP Americas, and Oxygen.
• KIO Networks operates two data centers in the Caribbean region in Panama and the Dominican Republic. Additionally, in August 2021, Telecom Italia Sparkle opened its Panama Data Center in Panama City, which houses around 600 cabinets with an IT load of around 5 MW.
• Curacao Technology Exchange (CTEX) has developed a data center campus consisting of four data centers. This investment is reshaping the Caribbean and Latin America region’s connectivity with other countries, digitalization and value in the global digital economy.
• The Caribbean data center market is dominated by local construction contractors including Civil Engineering Caribbean, Dusron Bouwbedrijf, Habibe & Maia Architects and Informatics Engineering Services. For example, Informatics Engineering Services is involved in the development of a data center in Trinidad and Tobago, in which Digicel co-located its services in the first phase of the installation.
• In terms of IT infrastructure, the market is dominated by global vendors such as Cisco Systems, Dell Technologies, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), IBM and Lenovo. For example, Blue NAP Americas’ Caribbean data center is equipped with technologies such as cloud solutions running on VCE’s VblockTM infrastructure and supported by EMC, VMware, Cisco Systems and Intel.
EXISTING VS. UPCOMING DATA CENTERS
• Existing installations in the region (area and electrical capacity)
• Cayman Island
• Other countries
• List of upcoming facilities in the region (area and supply capacity)
This report analyzes the data center market share in the Caribbean. It provides a detailed analysis of existing and future installations and investments in IT, electrical and mechanical infrastructure, general construction and level standards. It discusses market size and investment estimation for different segments. Segmentation includes:
• Informatique infrastructure
• Storage systems
• Network infrastructure
• Electrical infrastructure
• UPS systems
• Switches and switchgears
• Other electrical infrastructure
• Mechanical infrastructure
• Cooling systems
• Rack cabinets
• Other mechanical infrastructure
• Cooling systems
• CRAC and CRAH units
• Cooling units
• Cooling towers, condensers and air coolers
• Economizers and evaporative coolers
• Other cooling units
• General construction
• Core and shell development
• Installation and commissioning services
• Engineering and building design
• Fire detection and extinguishing systems
• Physical security
• Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)
• Level standard
• Level I and Level II
• Level III
• Level IV
• Cayman Island
• Other countries
• COMPUTER INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS: Cisco Systems, Dell Technologies, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM and Lenovo.
• DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS: Civil Engineering Caribbean, Dusron Bouwbedrijf, Habibe & Maia Architects, Informatics Engineering Services and Pergravis.
• SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS: ABB, AST Modular, Cummins, Legrand, Mitsubishi Electric, Schneider Electric and Vertiv.
• DATA CENTER INVESTORS: Air Link Communications, Belize Network Information Centre, Blue NAP Americas, Brac Informatics Center (BIC), Digicel, Epic.io, Telecom Italia Sparkle, KIO Networks and Oxygen.
IT INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS
• Cisco Systems
• Dell Technologies
• Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
DATA CENTER CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS AND SUBCONTRACTORS
• Caribbean Civil Engineering
• Dusron Bouwbedrijf
• Habibe & Maia Architects
• Computer engineering services
SUPPORTING INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS
• AST Modular
• Electric Mitsubishi
• Schneider Electric
• Vertiv Group
DATA CENTER INVESTORS
• Communications by air link
• Belize Network Information Center
• Blue NAP Americas
• Brac Computer Center (BIC)
• Digicel Group
ANSWERS TO KEY QUESTIONS
1. HOW MUCH IS INVESTMENT EXPECTED TO GROW IN THE CARIBBEAN DATA CENTER MARKET?
2. HOW MANY DATA CENTERS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED IN THE CARIBBEAN REGION?
3. WHAT ARE DRIVING THE CARIBBEAN DATA CENTER MARKET?
4. WHO ARE THE KEY INVESTORS IN THE CARIBBEAN DATA CENTER MARKET IN 2022?
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