The primary objective of hyperscale architecture is to keep in the initial investment in check by starting on a small scale. Depending upon demand, new nodes can be added to the cluster resulting in an extension of the initial infrastructure.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/15/2017 -- Global Hyperscale Data Center Market: Overview
Hyperscale data centers are created to provide a single, massively scalable compute architecture. The architecture is essentially comprised of small, separate servers, called nodes, which provide compute, storage, and networking. These nodes are then brought together and managed as a whole. Nodes are usually deployed from inexpensive, off the shelf servers.
The primary objective of hyperscale architecture is to keep in the initial investment in check by starting on a small scale. Depending upon demand, new nodes can be added to the cluster resulting in an extension of the initial infrastructure. Hyperscale data centers, a part of the IT infrastructure domain, have been mostly leveraged by international internet giants, namely Google and Amazon. Going forward their market looks promising.
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A report by Transparency Market Research throws light on important facets of the global market for hyperscale data center. It furnishes a qualitative analysis of the growth drivers and restraints in the market and chronicles the prevalent trends in it. It also offers a detailed assessment of the competitive landscape and identifies key players contributing towards the growth of the global market for hyperscale data center. The report leverages market-leading analytical tools to gauge the opportunities and threats awaiting players in the market.
Global Hyperscale Data Center Market: Trends and Opportunities
Energy efficiency, usefulness in a gamut of industries, open compute project, and lessened ownership cost are some of the unique perceived benefits of hyperscale data centers. Such advantages have driven their demand so far from consumers wanting to tackle the growing operational complexities that traditional data centers are unable to resolve. There are three types of hyperscale data centers – cloud providers, colocation providers, and enterprises.
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Based on application, the global hyperscale data center market can be segmented into IT and telecom, healthcare, banking, financial services, and insurance, government utilities, energy, and manufacturing, among others. A booming IT services industry has substantially upped the demand for hyperscale data centers in the IT and telecom industry. Depending upon the component again, the market can be categorized into server, networking, etc. Among them, the server segment leads the market and going forward too is slated to hold onto its dominant share.
Factors serving as bottleneck to the growth in the global market for hyperscale data centers are power failures and generation of a lot of heat.
Global Hyperscale Data Center Market: Regional Outlook
Geographically, the key segments in the global market for hyperscale data center management are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World. Among them, Asia-Pacific is slated to gain most market share in the near future on account of the growing demand for cloud service from small, medium, and large enterprises and swift take-up of hyperscale data center architecture and technologies by various industries in the region. The IT and telecommunications industry has been generating the most revenue so far and in the near future the banking, financial services, and insurance segment will gross maximum revenue in Asia Pacific. Countries such as India, China, and Japan are at the forefront of driving demand in the Asia Pacific market.
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Companies Mentioned in the Report
To assess the competition prevailing in the global market for hyperscale data center, the report profiles companies such as Intel Corporation, Hewlett-Packard, Nlyte Software, Sandisk Corporation, Cisco Systems, INC., Ericsson, and International Business Machines Corporation.