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Data Centre Pricing Germany - 2014 to 2019 Report

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



Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3cvwr2/data_centre) has announced the addition of the "Data Centre Pricing Germany - 2014 to 2019 Report" report to their offering. 

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German Data Centres are set for healthy growth in pricing and capacity from 2014 onwards, with high specification facilities allowing for extra Data Centre pricing power 

The new report 'Data Centre Pricing Germany - 2014 to 2019' analyses the growing market for Data Centres in Germany, the 2nd largest market in Europe - with over 441,000 square metres of space in total - with stable and increasing rack space pricing.

The increase in pricing is taking place in spite of the increase in new German Data Centre space. Data Centre raised floor space capacity is set to increase by an average of 30,000 square metres per annum over the next five year period, with new Data Centre space being introduced by specialist providers including Interxion, E-Shelter and T-Systems.


Key Topics Covered: 

Executive Summary

Summary Box - Key indicators from the Data Centre Pricing - 2014 to 2019 report

  • The main highlights of the Data Centre Pricing Germany - 2014 to 2019 report
  • Introduction - Data Centre Pricing Germany - 2014 to 2019 report
  • Research Methodology
  • The main German Data Centre segments identified in the repor
  • The Data Centre Tier classes used in the report
  • The Data Centre Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) ratio used in the report
  • The other metrics used in this report

Chapter One - A market overview of Data Centres in Germany

  • Introduction
  • The landscape for Data Centres in Germany
  • The Key Data Centre players in Germany
  • Summary Box - The key Data Centre players in Germany
  • The German Carrier Based Data Centre segment
  • The German Carrier Neutral Data Centre segment
  • The German Premium Data Centre segment
  • Key Point Summary

Chapter Two - The average Pricing for Data Centres in Germany

  • Introduction
  • The average rack space pricing for German Data Centres
  • Installation charges
  • Administration charges
  • Average German Data Centre pricing per square metre
  • German Data Centre pricing for cage space
  • German Data Centre pricing for cross connects
  • Typical German Data Centre pricing for power in Germany
  • Basic German industrial power costs
  • The average customer power for German Data Centre facilities
  • Average German Data Centre pricing per kW bundle per rack
  • Average German Data Centre watts per square metre pricing
  • The main Data Centre pricing trends in Germany
  • German Data Centre pricing for supplementary services
  • Average German Data Centre pricing forecasts - from 2014 to 2019
  • Key Point Summary

Chapter Three - Future developments in the German Data Centre market

  • Introduction
  • The key statistics in the German Data Centre market
  • The new German Data Centre developments
  • A forecast for German Data Centre raised floor space - from 2014 to 2019
  • A forecast for German Data Centre revenues - from 2014 to 2019
  • A forecast for German Data Centre rack space pricing - from 2014 to 2019
  • A forecast for German Data Centre pricing per square metre - from 2014 to 2019
  • A forecast for German Data Centre pricing per kW - from 2014 to 2019
  • The key trends in the German Data Centre market
  • Key Point Summary

Chapter Four - Conclusions

  • Appendix One - A glossary of terms used in the report


Companies Mentioned:

  • Addix Internet Services
  • Aixit
  • Ancotel
  • BT Global Services
  • C&WWorldwide
  • CMO
  • COLT Telecom
  • Centron
  • Core Backbone
  • DNS NET Internet Services
  • DTS Data Center
  • Datacenter de
  • EShelter
  • Equinix
  • Global Switch
  • GlobalWays
  • Hostway
  • IGN Data Center
  • IP Exchange
  • ITENOS
  • Interoute
  • Interscholz
  • Interxion
  • Iptox
  • KAMP Network Services
  • KPN
  • LambdaNet
  • Level (3)
  • MyLoc Data Center
  • PLUTEX
  • Rackbase
  • Ratiokontakt
  • RelAix Networks
  • SPEEDBONE
  • Server Base
  • Surf Planet
  • TSystems
  • TelecityGroup
  • Telehouse Europe
  • TeliaSonera
  • Verizon Business
  • Versatel
  • Wusys



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