The European Data centre market is growing rapidly with new entrants and data centres appearing particularly in Western Europe. The necessity of space and utilities has increased to unprecedented levels with expanding businesses. Shrinking IT budgets and economical infeasible requirements are making it impossible for businesses to have their own data centers. With data center colocation, businesses will be able to take advantage of high-quality managed data center service. So businesses are able to streamline their operations and reduce expenditure. This is enabling companies to focus on revenue generation and strengthen their operations and their position in their specific industries.

The biggest hub of data centres in Europe is the United Kingdom with 224 data centers. London alone accounts for 69 of them. Paris comes second with 48 followed by Amsterdam with 38. The numbers are expected to grow with increasing optimism in the market and vendors responding to the increasing demand by expanding their facilities. Pan-European colocation provider Interxion has planned a significant new expansion of their Schiphol-Rijk Amsterdam data centre hub. Amsterdam 7, or Ams7, will offer up to 7300m2 of net technical space or 13MW of customer power. There are a number of new entrants into the Dutch data centre market such as Evoswitch, who recently opened the 6th phase of their site bringing total capacity to 12,200m2 of net tech, with potential capacity of 40,000 m2.

Regulatory compliances particular to individual nations and data laws across borders are a constraint to colocation centers as this prevents firms to use service providers outside their nation. The number of guidelines the firm has to comply with are numerous and this is a stumbling block to new entrants.

The report analyses the market based on application segregated by various end user industries like BFSI, Heathcare, Government, Energy and Power and Information Technology across the major geographies of the world. Detailed market shares are given and forecasts for the next five years are estimated. The major companies in the market like AT&T, IBM, Navisite among others are studied and their strategies are analysed. Recent developments and their impact on the market are analysed.

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4) Extensively researched competitive landscape with profiles of major companies along with their market share.
5) A comprehensive list of key market players along with the analysis of their current strategic interests and key financial information.

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