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Huawei’s Way: Modular Data CentersApril 19, 2016Huawei is betting big on modular, and it is paying off. The company’s UPS portfolio has transitioned to mostly modular products, and it is also continuing to invest in its containerized and modular data center solutions. IHS is still in the process of finalizing 2015 numbers for the UPS and containerized data center markets, but it looks like Huawei grew multiple times faster than market average.
Multi-tenant data center supplier consolidation driving down revenues in power and cooling marketsApril 06, 2016Everyone talks about the booming data center market – multi-tenant data center (MTDC) space grew 10 percent last year, server sales grew at a similar pace, and cloud services continue to grow at 30+ percent a year. However, IHS has been tracking the data center infrastructure market for over a decade, and sees revenue continuing to fall in several key segments. The figures for 2015 are still being finalized, but it looks like UPS sales were down somewhere between 5 and 10 percent, rack PDU fell about one percent, and IT racks and enclosure sales remain flat.
Q1 2016 Multi-tenant data center market resultsApril 05, 2016IHS regularly analyses the market development of the multi-tenant data center industry as part of its global Multi-tenant Data Center Intelligence Service. Below are results from the Q1 2016 release. For more information please contact Liz Cruz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ownership of data centers is not critical to operating a colocationDecember 04, 2015Customer IT load at multi-tenant data centers (MTDC) grew 11% year-over-year in Q3 of 2015, according to a new release from IHS (NYSE: IHS). This is the seventh consecutive quarter with double-digit growth in customer load. Recent news from CenturyLink and rumors of Verizon and AT&T’s sale of data center assets has raised some questions on the state of the overall colocation market and whether it’s a sign that growth is slowing. IHS believes that these business’ actions are not a reflection of the overall MTDC market health but rather, a strategic decision by some companies to specialize in colocation and IT services as opposed to ownership of real estate.
Tough first half for UPS market in 2015September 04, 2015According to the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) market indexes, operated by IHS, the UPS market recorded its worst half year result in five years, down by 8.7% from the previous first half of 2014.
Interconnection Helping to Drive 4.7% Multi-tenant Data Center Revenue Growth in Q2 2015September 01, 2015Global multi-tenant data center (MTDC) revenues grew 4.7%, as measured in USD, in Q2 of 2015 compared to the same quarter of 2014. Accounting for currency effects, growth is much higher given that the weakening Euro dragged on revenue in EMEA. However, if assessing the market in terms of space added, which grew by 90,000 square meters in just one quarter, it is quite clear that the MTDC market is a fast paced one with strong potential for future growth.
Result of Digital Realty’s Telx Acquisition: One-Third of Multi-Tenant Data Center Revenue Will be Held by Just Two CompaniesJuly 14, 2015Digital Realty’s acquisition of US-based Telx for $1.9B has further solidified the trend towards consolidation of major multi-tenant data center (MTDC) providers across the globe. This new partnership, along with Equinix’s May agreement to acquire London-based Telecity, for $3.6B, will lead to 30% of global MTDC revenues* being accounted for by just two companies.
3.7 Million Square Meters Under Contract in Multi-tenant Data Centers at End of Q1 2015June 30, 2015With 10% growth over the same period last year, contracted floor space in multi-tenant data centers (MTDC) now totals 3.7 million square meters, with the biggest share of space found in London, Tokyo, the New York Metro area, and Virginia. Companies in these regions and across the globe continue to outsource their data center operations, causing both wholesale and retail colocation businesses to grow at very healthy rates.
Data Center Trends End-User Survey - 2015February 13, 2015An end-user survey that provides insight into trends occurring in data center design, management, and operations. Analysis is presented on 2015 IT and facility budgets, adoption of IaaS and DCIM, strategies employed to reduce data center expenses, the decision to colocate, and trends in cooling and power distribution.Subscribers Only
The success of ‘The Interview’ on online video platforms helps Sony to recoup its investment but proves little in the wider windowing debateJanuary 20, 2015Two weeks since taking The Interview to online platforms in the US, Sony reported over $31 million in consumer revenues from its digital distribution (over 4.3m downloads) and $5m in cinema distribution.
The Data Centers of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) ProvidersOctober 07, 2014IHS recently completed a study of the top 12 public enterprise Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) providers to understand the quantity and location of their data centers with IaaS capabilities. The below infographic presents key findings from the investigation. For more information on this study, contact email@example.com.
IHS Finds Infrastructure as a Service Market to Have Surpassed $4 Billion in Revenues in 2013August 15, 2014A new study from IHS found the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market to be worth just over $4 billion in 2013. IaaS is a service that allows for on-demand use of servers, networks, storage and operating systems. It is just one of the three categories of cloud computing, the others being Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (Saas). The latter of which accounts for the largest share of cloud revenues.
Suppliers of Cloud Infrastructure as a Service & Their Data Centers Report - 2014August 04, 2014This IHS report provides a new perspective on the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market. The study aims to present an accurate assessment of the size of the market based by estimating the revenues earned from IaaS services by the top 12 suppliers to this market. Also unique to this study, is an analysis...Subscribers Only
Movies on broadcast: Ever fewer hits, but growth in catalog volumes and Spanish-language networksNovember 13, 2012 Subscribers Only
Netflix reports revenue growth as costs spiralFebruary 01, 2012Netflix, the international subscription video service, reported a 47 per cent year-on-year growth in revenue in Q4 2011, reaching a total of $876m. The domestic (US) streaming sector was responsible for 54 per...
Lovefilm introduces streaming-only packageDecember 14, 2011UK DVD-by-post and online video provider Lovefilm has launched a new streaming-only package. The offer is currently available to UK users for £4.99 a month for unlimited access. It allows users to stream...
Warner opens 'new window' for Amazon in UKNovember 21, 2011Amazon-owned disc-by-post and streaming service Lovefilm has signed a multi-year content deal with Warner Bros that will give its subscribers 'exclusive' access to Warner titles in what it describes as 'a...
Warner Opens 'New Window' for Amazon in UKNovember 21, 2011
Amazon-owned disc-by-post and streaming service Lovefilm has signed a multi-year content deal with Warner Bros that will give its subscribers exclusive access to Warner titles in what it describes as 'a second window' for subscription pay TV. From 2012 the deal will also introduce a 60-day window between a Warner title's initial transactional (retail and rental) release on DVD/BD, online and pay TV platforms and its availability on disc to Lovefilm's customers. The multi-layered deal also secures digital retail (download-to-own) and transactional rental rights for Lovefilm.
Dish strengthens VoD with Blockbuster, Epix dealsApril 07, 2011After lagging behind DirecTV, Dish Network is determined strengthen its presence in the video-on-demand (VoD) arena by any means necessary. This week has seen two significant announcements: partnership with...
Dish Strengthens VoD with Blockbuster, Epix DealsApril 07, 2011After lagging behind DirecTV, Dish Network is determined strengthen its presence in the video-on-demand (VoD) arena by any means necessary. This week has seen two significant announcements: partnership with Epix to license its content on DishOnline.com, and a bid for Blockbuster. The partnership with Epix is a TV Everywhere style deal whereby Dish customers would have access to Epix's library of 3,000 titles from Dish's website. Dish also delivered the highest bid to acquire Blockbuster, offering $320m to bring the video chain out of bankruptcy.