Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/29/2018 -- The global bare metal cloud service market is bifurcated by components into hardware, software, and services. Services based component segment is expected to reach US$ 8,465.3 Mn by 2025. Bare metal cloud service is very useful for the highly intensive applications and many well-established players are launching novel services pertaining to the bare metal cloud. For instance, in January 2017, Oracle Corporation announced the availability of the load balancing service that enable user to create a highly available load balancer within the company's virtual cloud network. With the help of a load balancing bare metal cloud service, user can allocate internet traffic to their compute instances across many regional obtainability domains when the application stresses on the high availability.
On the basis of enterprise type, the bare metal cloud service market is segmented into SMBs (Small & Medium Enterprise), and large enterprise. Large enterprise segment is expected to hold higher market share of 67.9.1% in 2025 and expected to reach US$ 17,459.9 Mn. The large enterprise segment is expected to witness higher market share, owing to the production of large data volume on a consistent basis. Furthermore, large enterprise also requires effective storage service and automated datacenter operation for the efficient operation. Additionally, bare metal cloud service is more popular for large enterprises, as they want to maintain, manage, and control their own IT cloud infrastructures and servers.
Healthcare end-use industry segment is expected to grow at significant growth rate during the forecast period for the bare metal cloud service market.
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On the basis of end-use industry, the bare metal cloud service market is segmented into BFSI (Banking, Financial services and Insurance), retail, healthcare, manufacturing, IT & Telecom, media & entertainment, and others. Others end-use industry segment includes security & surveillance and oil & gas verticals. Healthcare segment is expected to grow at a significant CAGR of 17.37% during the forecast period. Healthcare organizations are demanding large space for the data collection due to the advent of IoT and connected medical devices for big data analytics. Bare metal cloud service help healthcare industry to bind the data for superior decision-making and transformative growth. Additionally, bare metal cloud service can benefit healthcare organizations in accelerating the processing of data to analyze the patient's results smoothly at the time of treatment.
North America is expected to hold higher market share for bare metal cloud service during the forecast period. It is expected to reach US$ 9,465.6 Mn by 2025. The growth is mainly due to the booming bare metal cloud service marketplace with the presence of well-established and emerging players across the region, especially across the U.S. and Canada. North America is a home to many well-established along with the emerging players from the bare metal cloud service domain including IBM Corporation, IBM Corporation, Packet, CenturyLink, Inc, and Internap Corporation among others. Furthermore, North America is witnessing increased IT investment and high adoption of cloud services across the region. Many companies across the U.S. are innovating technologically advanced new generation healthcare solutions with the help of IoT that demands larger storage space and dedicated server for the efficient healthcare operation. For instance, in November 2017, Glassbeam, Inc., the data analytical company announced "Clinical Engineering Analytics" blueprint, which allows hospitals to use machine data analytics for enhanced service. Bare metal cloud service helps healthcare organization to bind the data for superior decision-making and transformative growth.
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Europe is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 17% during the forecast period. The growth is attributed to the cloud initiatives taken by the European Union and technology advancement in the field of healthcare and manufacturing such as industry 4.0 that involves high processing of system data. Many companies are launching their cloud services in the European region due to the highly potential market. For instance, in May 2017, Oracle Corporation announced plans to roll-out bare metal cloud servers to its Germany based EU Oracle Cloud region and it will be available to the customers from European region from October 2017. Additionally, the growth is also due to the companies emerging into the bare metal cloud service domain including Packet, Scaleway, and BIGSTEP among others. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Europe is accounting for the more than a third of global industry 4.0 investments. Industry 4.0 or smart manufacturing includes large amount of systems enabled with the IoT to connect the production components in a factory. Bare metal cloud service helps smart manufacturing by providing companies with the dedicated servers without any noisy neighbors and a layer of hypervisor for the superior, low cost, secure, and smooth processing of industrial data.
Bare metal cloud service is gaining popularity across Asia Pacific region, especially across the economies such as China, Japan, and India. According to the "Cloud Readiness Index" released by the Asia Pacific Cloud Computing Association, Asia is leading the world in cloud computing domain. According to the report, the region has pushed ahead of markets like the UK and Germany. Furthermore, the higher growth is attributed to the increasing innovation in the field of information technology such as cloud computing and IoT (the Internet of Things). Additionally, governments from various countries are taking initiatives to built-up the digital economy, as there is increment in the consumption of information due to the rise in the mobile payments and e-commerce. Bare metal cloud service helps in improving the IT efficiency by allocating dedicated bare metal server and the resources with the flexibility of cloud. Asia Pacific region is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.45% during the forecast period.
Middle East & Africa and South America are expected to grow at a CAGR of 15.96 % and 15.22% respectively during forecast period. Middle East & Africa region is slowly emerging and eventually gaining the pace in the bare metal cloud service domain due to the growing popularity of the cloud. For instance, in April 2017, Abu Ltaif, a Microsoft president for the Middle East & Africa region predicted that, by 2020, 95% of all assignments in Middle East and Africa region will be treated in the cloud. Bare metal cloud service helps in achieving the digital innovation by providing a single tenant environment without any layer of virtualization especially across the GCC countries such as Dubai that has highest levels of ICT adoption. Single tenant environment help in achieving the required performance with higher efficiency. South America is expected to pick up the pace in the bare metal cloud service domain due to increasing cloud services adoption across the prominent economies such as Brazil.
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IBM Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Scaleway, Liquid Web, Inc., Joyent, Inc., RACKSPACE US, INC., Internap Corporation, CenturyLink, Inc., BIGSTEP, and Packet among others are some of the major players operating within the bare metal cloud service market profiled in this study. Details such as financials, SWOT analysis, business strategies, recent developments, and other such strategic information pertaining to these players have been duly provided as part of company profiling. Various players are rapidly deploying bare metal cloud service to handle the I/O intensive workloads and improving the efficiency. Also, market players are establishing partnerships and entering in strategic M&A to enhance the bare metal cloud service offerings worldwide.