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Global Mini Data Center Market To Expand At 17.17% CAGR From 2017 And 2021

Press Release   •   Feb 01, 2017 06:22 EST

The report, titled “Global Mini Data Center Market 2017-2021” presents a comprehensive overview of the global mini data center market, which includes market dynamics, market trends, and growth opportunities until the end of the forecast period in 2021. The report covers the development of the global mini data center market across the APAC, EMEA, and Americas regions.

The report says that the global market for mini data center will expand at a CAGR of 17.17% between 2017 and 2021. Mini data center is a self-contained system that has a configuration ranging from a single rack to up to 40 racks. The system comprises IT infrastructure along with integration of support infrastructure, such as power and cooling systems. Mini data center can sustain IT load of up to 250 kW and are also used as branch office operations, disaster recovery data centers, and for computing purposes.

Some of the leading players that have a significant presence in the global mini data center market are Canovate, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Instant Data Centers, Schneider Electric, Emerson Network Power, Huawei, and Rittal. Some other prominent players in this market are Advanced Facilities, CANCOM, CELESTE, DartPoints, Gardener DC Solutions, ICTroom, Minkles, Panduit, Workspace Technology, ZELLABOX, Rahi Systems, ALTRON, Cannon Technologies, DATAPOD, dataracks, Hanley Energy, Inspur Technologies, NTR Ineniring, Smartcube, ZTE, TSI-STULZ, and RZ-Products. Each of the companies is profiled for their distinguishing attributes of business positioning, product portfolio and specification, and financial standing.

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According to the report, increasing demand among SMEs is one of the major factors driving the global mini data center market. The industry is witnessing an increased usage of modular server systems, with organizations such as Microsoft employing a combination of systems for its datacenters. Companies of all sizes are striving to gain visibility into their increasing virtualized infrastructure in order to make better decisions for managing these virtual spaces, for automating routine administrative tasks, and augment the availability of applications running in their data centers reducing costs at the same time. Moreover, the idea of a mini data center is to use a standard rack-mount environment with added capabilities that a converged system would not offer.

However, the operational limitations of mini data center is challenging the growth of this market. The handling capacity of mini data centers is insufficient for the large volume of data of large organizations. Nevertheless, the growing need for edge computing will present growth opportunities for the development of the global mini data center market.

The introductory part of the report outlines terms and terminologies, applications, and classifications, and industry structure of the global mini data center industry. In this industry, partnerships and alliances are common practices among industry participants for maximum capacity utilization.

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