Thailand Data Center Market Report 2022: Digitalization and 5G Deployment Driving Growth – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Thailand Data Center Market – Investment Analysis and Growth Opportunities 2022-2027” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

MARKET OUTLOOK

  • Digitization across the country driven by COVID-19, availability of tax incentives, rollout of 5G services and improved connectivity with other Asian countries such as China, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan and other Asian countries. others make Thailand an attractive market for investors.

  • In Thailand, operators must obtain a promotion certificate from the Board of Investment (BOI) to plan, build and operate data centers.

  • The entry of new players such as Telehouse and Chindata Group and the development of cloud regions by large operators such as Tencent Cloud and Alibaba Cloud are expected to attract more global players to invest in the market during the forecast period.

  • The three companies, AIS (Advanced Info Service), Singtel and Gulf Energy, have formed a joint venture to develop data centers across the country. Construction is due to begin and should be online by 2023.

  • The country is also witnessing the deployment of modular data centers. For example, Huawei Technologies has invested around $23 million to develop its third modular data center in the country.

  • Bangkok is the main location for data center investment in Thailand. The construction of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and Free Trade Zones (FTZs) and the availability of infrastructure will attract investors to develop data center facilities in the coming years.

  • The development of the data center in the Eastern Corridor could attract customers from heavy industries (automotive, manufacturing and petrochemical) and food processing industries to move their IT operations to the data center.

REPORT KEY POINTS

  • Thailand has about 32 operational colocation data centers. Most colocation data centers are developed to Tier III standards. The country has the presence of global data center operator NTT Global Data Centers, which operates two facilities and is Tier III certified.

  • Remote work has led to an increase in data generation at the local level. Also, digitization, rollout of 5G services and adoption of cloud-based services have driven demand for data centers in the country.

  • The growing adoption of cloud-based services is contributing to the growth of retail and wholesale colocation services in the market. The market is seeing an increased demand for colocation spaces in existing data centers.

  • Small businesses in sectors such as educational institutions, e-commerce, insurance, cloud-native start-ups, public sector (city councils) and others (mentioned above) will prefer retail colocation and other services such as managed hosting / connectivity cloud-based solutions.

  • Wholesale colocation demand will come from local governments, travel and tourism, the BFSI sector, and hospitals (primarily those operating across Thailand).

  • Hyperscale demand will come from content providers and cloud operators, followed by major e-commerce companies, public sector agencies, and banking.

  • We believe that Vantage Data Centers, Equinix, Digital Realty, Flow Digital and Princeton Digital Group could enter the market in the next few years.

  • The rollout of 5G networks will boost the country’s digital economy and lead to increased demand for high-speed network infrastructure. Adoption of software-defined networking (SDN) is likely to increase due to smart city initiatives led by government agencies.

Main topics covered:

Chapter 1: Existing and Upcoming Third-Party Data Centers in Thailand

  • Historical market scenario

  • Over 30 unique data center properties

  • Data Center IT Load Capacity

  • Data center white floor space

  • Existing and future data center capacity by city

  • Cities covered

  • bangkok

  • Other cities

Chapter 2: Investment Opportunities in Thailand

  • Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Factors of the Thai Market

  • Investments in data centers

  • Investment by area

  • Investment by power capacity

Chapter 3: Thailand Data Center Colocation Market

  • Colocation services market in Thailand

  • Retail colocation pricing (quarter rack, half rack, full rack) and add-ons

  • Wholesale colocation price (per kWh)

  • Retail Colocation and Wholesale Colocation Market Forecast 2022-2027

Chapter 4: Market Dynamics

  • Market factors

  • Market trends

  • Market constraints

Chapter 5: Market Segmentation

  • IT infrastructure: market size and forecast

  • Electrical infrastructure: market size and forecasts

  • Mechanical infrastructure: market size and forecast

  • General construction services: market size and forecast

Chapter 6: Standard investment level

  • Level I and II

  • Level III

  • Level IV

Chapter 7: Key Market Players

  • IT infrastructure providers

  • Building contractors

  • Support infrastructure providers

  • Data center investors

Chapter 8: Appendix

  • Market Derivation

  • Quantitative Summary

Companies cited

  • Arista Networks

  • Atos

  • Cisco Systems

  • Dell Technologies

  • Fujitsu

  • HPE

  • Huawei technology

  • IBM

  • Infuse

  • Lenovo

  • NetApp

  • Arup

  • Architects 49

  • Chaan

  • Final Touch Design Studio

  • Meinhardt Group

  • plan architect

  • PPS Group

  • QTC Group

  • ABB

  • Airedale International Air Conditioning

  • caterpillar

  • Cummins

  • Cybernetic power systems

  • Delta Electronics

  • eaton

  • Electric Fuji

  • HITEC power protection

  • KÖHLER

  • Great

  • Mitsubishi Electric

  • Piller Power Systems

  • Rittal

  • Schneider-Electric

  • STULZ

  • Siemens

  • Vertiv

  • Alibaba Cloud

  • Huawei technology

  • Internet Thailand

  • KT company

  • Tencent cloud

  • True IDC

  • Chindata Group

  • KT company

  • ST Telemedia Global Data Centers

  • telehome

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/v4fmg8

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