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Explore the potential of Poland’s data processing centres.
Report assesses services and prices; forecasts market growth to 2016.
As a result of a rapidly increasing number of electronic devices connected to the Internet and the development of cloud services and other data management technologies, the future looks bright for providers of a variety of services for a broadening base of clients, especially those connected to collocation and hosting. Poland leads the Central and Eastern European region in attracting new data centres, and PMR recently visited 15 centres to examine the industry firsthand.
Data centre market in Poland 2013, Development forecast for 2013-2016 is an innovative collection of PMR’s research into data processing services: from simple collocation and hosting to back office operations for financial institutions. Interviews, tours and on site meetings enhance the precision of the market analysis of this high-profit sector that offers nearly unlimited growth potential over the next few years.
This publication presents complete market information and exclusive details on Poland’s top data centre services providers, market values and influential trends at work in the market. It describes the service portfolios of leading providers and forecasts demand for specific operations, while outlining plans for new and updated facilities and equipment. This unique document also contains energy cost simulations that project profit scenarios for data centre operations during the forecast period.
In addition to corporate profiles of important data processors and their clientele, this document explores the physical layouts and technical capabilities of successful centres, based upon visits to locations in Warsaw, Katowice, Krakow, Lodz and Poznan. Questions on size, occupied area, services provided and types of clients are addressed. It provides assessments for the recent, current and forecast value of the data processing centre market, based on specific services and corresponding price levels. Changing energy prices, a key determinant of profitability for businesses in Europe and around the world, are examined through the lens of unique energy cost simulations contained within this document. These simulations connect prices to economic and regulatory variables to determine likely changes in advance, allowing companies to plan for future scenarios.
This publication has been prepared with the requirements of a wide range of users in mind. It is a vital resource for new market entries and established data management businesses, as well as purveyors of software and network and telecommunications equipment utilized throughout the industry. ICT distributors and executives concerned with the IT operations of potential corporate clients of data processing centres will find this document an enlightening source of data and facts for use in strategic planning of their own operations.
The market for data centre services in Poland has been characterised as high-profit and high-potential. As more businesses contract with data centres, interest in simple and intermittent services such as collocation and disaster recovery is focused on Polish service providers from a wider array of foreign and domestic clients. Consult Data centre market in Poland 2013, Development forecast for 2013-2016 for the guidance needed to enter, invest in, research, consult and conduct industry operations successfully, now and in the coming years.