Data Centre Middle East Market Share, Size, Trends, Growth and Analysis Data Centre Middle East Market Outlook and Overview Research Report

The TCL Data Centre Middle East 2016 to 2019 report provides a unique survey of 85 Data Centre Providers with over 120 Data Centre facilities over ten countries (including Bahrain, Cyprus, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia & the UAE).

From the survey, TCL calculates that the region almost 140,000 m2 of Data Centre raised floor space and 176 MW of DCCP as of the end of 2016.

But the rate of growth in the region has slowed with just over 7,400 m2 of new raised floor space added in total during 2015, with the Telecom Provider accounting for the majority of new Data Centre facilities launched over the past year – with the main growth taking place in Saudi Arabia. The report uses primary research and information from the unique TCL Data Centre pricing database.

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The largest markets in the Middle East include the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Israel. Additionally Iran has the potential to become one of the largest markets, with some 16 Data Centre facilities, and a need for new domestic IT infrastructure investment, with additional capacity for international communications also required.

For the six GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries the third party Data Centre provider faces competition from the in-house Data Centre – with financial institutions, hospitals, universities & other Government institutions building their own Data Centre facilities in the region. As a result, migration to 3rd party hosting in the Gulf States is taking longer to achieve in the light of considerable overhang of under-used hosting space available and with IT users reluctant to migrate away from their own self-built facilities.

Data Centre Providers are seeking to improve their services in two main ways including:

Through the offering of a wider product portfolio - including managed hosting, application hosting, and cloud services....