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Data Centre Pricing France 2014 to 2019 Report

DUBLIN, Ireland, March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Data Centre Pricing France 2014 to 2019 Report" report to their offering. 

French Data Centres are set to continue to see more capacity growth coupled with price stability over the next 5 year period to 2019, this new report finds.

This new report called Data Centre Pricing France 2014 to 2019, finds that French Data Centre capacity is growing throughout France in all segments, continuing a trend for the construction of new high specification Data Centre facilities.

According to the survey, for the four year period since 2010, new French Data Centre raised floor space has increased by over 130,000 square metres. For the next 5 year period forecasts that new space will continue to grow from a total of over 360,000 up to over 464,000 square metres - with over 20,000 square metres of new space to be added every year.

Average French Data Centre rack space is also forecast to grow from the present rate of Euro 821 per month to Euro 853 per month by the end of 2019. Prices will continue to be stable despite the introduction of new Data Centre space across France.

Key Topics Covered: 

Executive Summary

The main highlights of the Data Centre Pricing France - 2014 to 2019 report 

  • Introduction - Data Centre Pricing France - 2014 to 2019 report
  • Research Methodology
  • The main Data Centre segments identified in the report
  • The Data Centre Tier certification used in the report
  • The PUE ratio used in the report
  • The French Data Centre Pricing used in the report
  • Other metrics used in the report

Chapter One - A market overview of the French Data Centre

  • Introduction
  • The landscape for the Data Centre market inFrance
  • The key Data Centre players in the French market
  • The French Carrier Based Data Centre segment
  • The French Carrier Neutral Data Centre segment
  • The French Premium Data Centre segment
  • Key Point Summary

Chapter Two - The average pricing for Data Centres in France

  • Introduction
  • The average rack space pricing for French Data Centres
  • Installation charges
  • Administration charges
  • Average French Data Centre pricing per square metre per month
  • French Data Centre pricing for cage space
  • French Data Centre pricing for cross connects
  • Typical French Data Centre pricing for power
  • Basic French industrial power costs
  • Average customer power per French Data Centre facility
  • Average French Data Centre pricing per kW bundle per rack
  • French Data Centre Watts per square metre pricing
  • The main Data Centre trends taking place inFrance
  • French Data Centre pricing for supplementary services
  • A French Data Centre average price forecast from 2014 to 2019
  • Key Point Summary

Chapter Three - The future developments in the French Data Centre market

  • Introduction
  • The key statistics in the French Data Centre market
  • The new French Data Centre developments
  • A forecast for French Data Centre raised floor space from 2014 to 2019
  • A forecast for French Data Centre monthly revenues from 2014 to 2019
  • A forecast for French Data Centre rack space pricing from 2014 to 2019
  • A forecast for French Data Centre pricing per sqm from 2014 to 2019
  • A forecast for French Data Centre pricing per kW from 2014 to 2019
  • The key trends taking place in the French Data Centre market
  • Key Point Summary

Chapter Four - Conclusions

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Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]

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