A data center is a physical competence that corporates optimize to house their critical applications and data. A data center's structure is based on a network of storage and computing resources that enable the transfer of pooled applications and data. The primary elements of a data center design involve routers, firewalls, storage systems, switches, attendants, and application delivery controllers.
The Indonesia data center market was witnessed to increase with an unchanging growth pattern in the review duration of 2014-2019. Aspects such as government’s data localization law, implementation of AI, IoT & big data, increasing e-commerce and SME industry, growing requirement for the local data centers and several others have supported the data center industry to increase across Indonesia in terms of revenue.
Additionally, Indonesia ranks lower in the competitive index as associated with other Southeast Asian regions. However, the impending commercial upside for data center players is noteworthy. Indonesia is observing an increasingly digital economy, coupled with the speedy growth of startup corporates and the ever-growing populace, leading to an augment in the hyperscale data centers.
Although, businesses have also begun implementing data-intensive applications, such as IoT, data analytics, and artificial intelligence. This interprets to the growth of data exchanged and relocated and augmented traffic. Indonesia is providing a strong competition to Singapore as the hotspot for the data center across Asia. Augmented investments by corporates, such as Google, Alibaba, and Amazon, reflect an increasing interest across Indonesia as an alternative to Singapore, which was conventionally the aim of cloud service investment owing to its good fiber connectivity.
Although, competition within the Indonesia data center market was witnessed to be moderately determined along with the existence of both local and worldwide data centers. The major corporates in the data center industry across Indonesia includes Telkom sigma, Biznet, XL Axiata, Nexcenter, Faasri Utama sakthi, Lintasarta, Neuviz DC, and others. The major corporates in the cloud market involve Indonesia Cloud, AWS, Telkom Sigma, Indosat, Alibaba,XL-Axiata, and others. Foremost competing parameters involve a number of data centers, services provided, white space, number of racks, Tier level, power measurements, uptime, residence rate, clientele. End user’s attended and geographical occurrence.
The arrangement of data centers across Indonesia is probable to surpass supply due to the growing requirement for cloud-based services, big data analytics, and IoT. Also, Cloud operators have overhauled financial service consumers to be the most momentous occupiers of data centers. In turn, multimedia content breadwinners and cloud businesses drive the strong requirements for data center storage and networking across Indonesia.
In addition, the Google Cloud proclaimed the opening of its fresh Jakarta region during June 2020, carrying services closer to its Indonesian and Southeast Asian customers. The newly established cloud platform marks the first Google region across Indonesia and the ninth around the Asia Pacific. It suggests cloud computing services, data analytics, machine learning, and safekeeping and management tools for the businesses. Indonesia's data center market is projected to increase at a positive growth rate with the fresh entrants’ business growth. Indonesia is speedily moving towards being a foremost APAC data center powerhouse to increase the data center market of the country along with the augmenting awareness of DC services, growth in the e-commerce transactions, and improvement of e-govt. services.
Key Segments Covered:-
By Type of Data Centers:
Co-location Data Center
Managed Data Center
Others (Medan, Makassar, Palembang, Bekasi, Bali, Kalimantan and rest)
By Tier Level:
Tier I & II
By End Users:
Others (Education, Retail, Manufacturing, Logistics and rest)
Key Segments Covered of Cloud Market
By Cloud Services:
By End Users:
By Large Enterprise
By Large Enterprise
By Large Enterprise
Key Target Audience
Data Center companies
Cloud providers (Domestic and Global)
Managed data center companies
Co-location data center companies
Private Equity and Venture Capitalist
Data Center Constructors
Time Period Captured in the Report:
Historical Period – 2014-2019
Forecast Period – 2020-2024
Data Center Companies:
Nex Data Center
Faasri Utama Sakthi
GTN Data Center
Key Topics Covered in the Report:-
Indonesian Data Center Market
Indonesia Cloud Computing Services Market
Cloud Services Market Indonesia
Cloud Services Industry Indonesia
Telecom Data Center Market in Indonesia
White Floor Area Data Center Market Indonesia
Cloud Computing Market Indonesia
IOT in Data Center Indonesia
AI in Data Center Indonesia
Alibaba Cloud Data Center Capacity in Indonesia
Pasar Data Centr Indonesia
Industri Pusat Data Indonesia
Laporan Penelitian Pusat Data Pasar Indonesia
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