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South Africa Data Center Market Investment Analysis & Opportunities Report Joins ResearchAndMarkets Offering

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  • Focuses On Johannesburg, Cape Town, Centurion, Durban, Kempton Park, Midrand, And Sandton

The “South Africa Data Center Market – Investment Analysis & Growth Opportunities 2022-2027” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report analyses South Africa data center market share. It elaboratively analyses the existing and upcoming facilities and investments in IT, electrical, mechanical infrastructure, general construction, and tier standards. It discusses market sizing and investment estimation for different segments.

South Africa has over 20 operational colocation data centers. Most colocation data centers are being developed according to Tier III standards. For instance, Digital Parks Africa’s Samrand data center has received Tier III certification by Uptime Institute for its design documents.

South Africa is the top data center market in Africa. The increase in internet and social media penetration driven by COVID-19, deployment of 5G, improved inland connectivity, and low electricity and land prices make South Africa an attractive market for investors.

Johannesburg is the primary location for data center investment in South Africa, followed by Cape Town, Durban, Centurion, and other cities such as Port Elizabeth.

The COVID-19 impact and remote working has led to an increase in data generation at local levels. In addition, migration from on-premises to colocation, cloud, and managed services will boost the data center market in South Africa. Africa Data Centres and Teraco (Digital Realty) are among the top operators in the country and have planned to increase their footprint with new data center investments and expansion activities.

The introduction of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) in South Africa will protect the confidentiality of the personal data of the citizens, which will boost the market. The country is also witnessing improvements in submarine and inland connectivity. For instance, 2Africa, the longest subsea cable, will connect South Africa with other countries such as India, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Spain, the UK, Oman, and other countries.

South Africa has multiple smart city projects. For Instance, The Lanseria Smart City will be built near the Lanseria International Airport, near Johannesburg, and will take around 25 years to complete.

Hybrid cloud services are gaining increased traction in South Africa. Most enterprises use private and public cloud environments to improve information sharing and efficiently manage data in the country.

The increasing investment in renewable energy sources such as solar and wind will drive interest among data center operators to sign PPAs to procure renewable energy to power facilities in the country.

The development of Special Economic Zones (SEZs), Free Trade Zones (FTZs), and smart city investments will also boost the data center market in South Africa.

Vendor Landscape

Some of the key colocation investors in South Africa in 2021 included Africa Data Centres, Teraco (Digital Realty), Digital Parks Africa, and others.

The country has also witnessed new entrants in the market that are increasing its footprint. NTT Global, Vantage, and Open Access Data Centers (OADC) are among the new entrants. Open Access Data Centres (OADC) is one of the top edge data center operators in South Africa and has planned to launch over 100 edge sites in the country by 2022.

The country is also witnessing an increase in the adoption of cloud services. Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Oracle, and IBM have a strong presence in the country. In January 2022, Oracle launched a new cloud region in Johannesburg. Telecom operators such as MTN, Vodacom, and rain have either deployed 5G technology in some cities on a trial basis or are in the process of launching commercial 5G services across the country.

In September 2022, Google announced its plan to open a new cloud region in Cape Town, which will be located at the upcoming data center facility of Africa Data Centres in Cape Town. Operators are increasing their presence across the country by either acquiring operators or investing in the company. For instance, Digital Realty acquired a majority stake of around 55 per cent in Teraco for about US$3.5 billion.

Why Should You Buy This Research?

Market size available in the investment, area, power capacity, and South Africa colocation market revenue.

An assessment of the data center investment in South Africa by colocation, hyperscale, and enterprise operators.

Data center investments in the area (square feet) and power capacity (MW) across cities in the country.

A detailed study of the existing South Africa data center market landscape, an in-depth industry analysis, and insightful predictions about South Africa data center market size during the forecast period.

Snapshot of existing and upcoming third-party data center facilities in South Africa

Facilities Covered (Existing): 22

Facilities Identified (Upcoming): 03

Coverage: 3 Cities

Existing vs. Upcoming (Area)

Existing vs. Upcoming (IT Load Capacity)

Data center colocation market in South Africa

Colocation Market Revenue & Forecast (2021-2027)

Wholesale vs. Retail Colocation Revenue (2021-2027)

Retail Colocation Pricing

Wholesale Colocation Pricing

South Africa data center landscape market investments are classified into IT, power, cooling, and general construction services with sizing and forecast.

A comprehensive analysis of the latest trends, growth rate, potential opportunities, growth restraints, and prospects for the industry.

Business overview and product offerings of prominent IT infrastructure providers, construction contractors, support infrastructure providers, and investors operating in the industry.

A transparent research methodology and the analysis of the demand and supply aspect of the market.

It Infrastructure Providers

Atos

Cisco Systems

Dell Technologies

Fujitsu

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Hitachi Vantara

Huawei Technologies

IBM

Juniper Networks

Lenovo

ZTE

Data Center Construction Contractors & Sub-Contractors

Abbeydale

AECOM

Arup

b2 Architects

EDS Engineers

H&MV Engineering

Ingenium

ISF Group

ISG

LYT Architecture

MWK Engineering

Royal Haskoning

Tri-Star Construction

Support Infrastructure Providers

ABB

Alfa Laval

Caterpillar

Cummins

Delta Electronics

Eaton

EVAPCO

Enlogic

Johnson Controls

Legrand

Master Power Technologies

Piller Power Systems

Rittal, Rolls-Royce

Schneider Electric

Siemens

STULZ

Vertiv

Data Center Investors

Africa Data Centres

Digital Parks Africa

Teraco (Digital Realty)

New Entrants

Google

NTT Global Data Centers

Open Access Data Centres (OADC)

Vantage Data Centers

Existing Vs. Upcoming Data Centers

Existing Facilities in the region(Area and Power Capacity)

Johannesburg

Cape Town

Other Cities (Centurion, Durban, Kempton Park, Midrand, and Sandton)

List of Upcoming Facilities in the region(Area and Power Capacity)

Report Coverage:

The segmentation includes:

IT Infrastructure

Servers

Storage Systems

Network Infrastructure

Electrical Infrastructure

UPS Systems

Generators

Transfer Switches & Switchgears

PDUs

Other Electrical Infrastructure

Mechanical Infrastructure

Cooling Systems

Rack Cabinets

Other Mechanical Infrastructure

Cooling Systems

CRAC & CRAH Units

Chiller Units

Cooling Towers, Condensers & Dry Coolers

Other Cooling Units

General Construction

Core & Shell Development

Installation & commissioning Services

Building & Engineering Design

Fire Detection & Suppression Systems

Physical Security

Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)

Tier Standard

Tier I & Tier II

Tier III

Tier IV

Geography Segmentation

Johannesburg

Other Cities

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