Dublin, Aug. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Data Center Precision Air Conditioning Market - Global Outlook and Forecast 2022-2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
In 2021, the global data center cooling market witnessed a steady growth after COVID-19
The data center industry was considered an essential service that led to a considerable increase in power capacity due to the service demand during COVID-19. In addition, the development of hyperscale data centers with a power capacity of over 30 MW will continue to drive market growth throughout the forecast period with the adoption of cooling infrastructure in higher numbers.
The global data center precision air conditioning market is dominated by the US, followed by Western Europe, China, and Nordic countries. However, the significant boost to market growth is aided by the construction of data centers in Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, and Southeast Asia (except Singapore), such as India, China & Hong Kong, and South Korea. The market has also witnessed mergers and acquisitions that have increased the construction of facilities.
In terms of cooling infrastructure, North America has an increasing procurement of AI-based infrastructure solutions, which is a major driving factor for the adoption of rack-based cooling solutions. CRAC and CRAH units market is the largest revenue contributors, followed by evaporative coolers and chillers.
The market is expected to witness the adoption of modular in-rack cooling solutions during the forecast period. The most efficient cooling technology used in data centers is In-row cooling technology, equipped with a rack power density of over 6kW per rack and above.
The adoption of the in-row cooling system is very high due to its increased efficiency and prevents the mixing of hot and cold air. Due to the deployment of the 5G network, the demand for high-performance computing infrastructure procurement has grown along with the construction of edge data centers. Therefore, the installation of modular cooling infrastructure, including in-row cooling and rack-based cooling systems, is expected to grow during the forecast period.
Most of the data centers in the US and Canada are Tier III certified and have multiple levels of redundancy. In Western Europe, Tier IV facilities have adopted a 2N+1 redundant configuration for the cooling systems. European countries, including Western Europe, Nordics, and Central & Eastern Europe, are the primary revenue generators for adiabatic cooling units to cool data centers using outside free air.
In the UK, most of the facilities are either Tier III or Tier IV certified by the Uptime Institute due to high standard design and construction that include redundant configuration. In the Nordic region, colocation service providers are developing Tier III common facilities adopting N+1 or 2N redundant cooling systems.
The North American data center precision air conditioning market share is expected to cross USD 1.01 billion by 2027. The US has witnessed more than 110 facilities that became operational in 2021, followed by Canada with more than 11 projects in the same period.
North America is a strong driver for the data center market, especially with the construction of hyperscale facilities with over 25 MW of power capacity. In North America, the data center market growth is centered in northern Virginia, Dallas, Chicago, and the Silicon Valley region in California, as well as New York and Atlanta. The region has witnessed an increase in investments in Tier III facilities, with the US dominating the market.
In APAC, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and India are the primary data center markets witnessed the investments from global colocation companies and the cloud service providers. In addition, the region is witnessing investments from edge computing locations across various countries, such as China, India, and Australia. In Latin America, Brazil is the primary data center investments contributor, followed by Mexico, Chile, Colombia, and other Latin American Countries. In Latin America, most data centers use air-based cooling systems with N+1 and N+2 redundancies.
In the Middle East & African countries, UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Israel, Kenya, Nigeria, Turkey, and others are the major countries in the data center investments across the region. The data center facilities in the region majorly adopt air-based cooling systems because of the scarcity of water availability in most countries. The air-based cooling systems adopted in the area include CRAH & CRAC, in-row, and centralized precision air conditioning systems.
KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE INDUSTRY
The global precision air conditioning market is expected to become competitive with the growing adoption of HPC infrastructure for artificial intelligence and machine learning workloads among data centers.
The global data center precision air conditioning market will face intense competition in developed and matured markets such as North American countries, China, Japan, and Western European countries.
The market is anticipated to face lower competition in developing markets owing to the quiet presence of global vendors.
Several countries in the Middle East, Africa, APAC, and Latin America are developing data center markets. The number of deployments is increasing in these regions, which will fuel the precision air conditioning market.
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS & IMPORTANT INVESTMENTS IN 2022
The US Department of Energy has witnessed investment from Nokia Bell Lab to work on efficient data center cooling.
Airedale, the cooling company, launched DCS, a new air-cooled chiller to extend the use of free cooling.
Alibaba Cloud announced a sustainable target by 2030 for becoming carbon neutral.
A Singapore-based real-estate firm witnessed an investment of around $12 billion over the next five years to deliver 900 MW of data center in Japan.
NextDC, the Australian data center firm, is planning to build a new data center of 10 MW in Adelaide with an investment of $100 million and is expected to be operational in 2023.
In 2022, Equinix has planned to open a new data center of 24,200 square feet with an investment of $90 million in Dywidagstrasse 10 in Aschheim with more than 800 cabinet capacity.
A new entrant Strategic Datasphere invested around $80 million to build a new data center in Georgia with an acquired land of 165,000 square feet.
Neom has planned to build a hyperscale data center facility with an investment of $500 million. Additionally, Neom has also announced a joint venture with EzdiTek.
DataBank plans to build a new campus outside of Denver, Colorado, with land acquisition of 75,000 square feet in Centennial, with the name of the DEN2 data center The facility is announced to be of 15 MW capacity.
IXcellerate has planned to expand its Moscow campuses by raising a fine of around $195 million to expand the campus of the North and South campuses of Moscow.
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) invested around $1.1 billion in Keppel Data Center Fund II.
Stack Infrastructure announced to complete its newly build data center, which they started in 2021 and completed the data center build outside Portland, Oregon. The facility has a capacity of 24 MW and was built on 180,000 square foot land.
International Finance Corporation announced the investment of around $30 million in the Brazilian data center firm ODATA.
Zeittec announced to build a data center and deliver a modular facility for the Public Ministry of Mato Grosso do Sul.
Phaeton technology, a blockchain firm, is developing containerized data centers across Australia, and the modular measures more than 300 square feet.
DXN, an Australian data center, is building a modular facility with an investment of around $3 million in Pert, Western Australia.
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Key Topics Covered:
1 Research Methodology
2 Research Objectives
3 Research Process
4 Scope & Coverage
4.1 Market Definition
4.2 Base Year
4.3 Scope of the Study
4.4 Market Segments
5 Report Assumptions & Caveats
5.1 Key Caveats
5.2 Currency Conversion
5.3 Market Derivation
6 Market at a Glance
7 Premium Insights
8.1 Data Center Standards Related to Cooling
9 Market Opportunities & Trends
9.1 Facility Developments With Low Pue
9.2 Implementation of Monitoring & Automation Solutions
9.3 Growing Deployment of Edge Data Centers
10 Market Growth Enablers
10.1 Investments from Colocation Providers
10.2 Rise in Deployment of Modular Data Centers
10.3 Increase in Rack Power Density
11 Market Restraints
11.1 Rise in Water Consumption by Data Centers
11.2 Increase in Carbon Emissions and Power Outages
12 Market Landscape
12.1 Market Overview
12.2 Market Size & Forecast
12.3 Five Forces Analysis
13.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
13.2 Crac Units
13.3 Crah Units
14.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
14.2 In-Row Cooling
14.3 In-Rack Cooling
14.4 Centralized Cooling
15 Tier Standards
15.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
15.2 Overview of Tier Standards
15.3 Tier I & II
15.4 Tier III
15.5 Tier IV
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