Technavio, a global technology research and advisory company, has announced the top eight vendors in the Southeast Asia data center market.
Technavio’s research on the data center market in Southeast Asia for 2017-2021 provides an in-depth market analysis based on the infrastructure (IT infrastructure, general construction, electrical construction, and mechanical construction) and countries (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia).
The report also lists 31 other prominent vendors that are expected to impact the market during the forecast period.
“The data center market in Southeast Asia is projected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 14% over the forecast period. The increase in the demand for cloud-based services is a key factor driving the market growth,” says Rohan Joy Thomas, a lead analyst at Technavio for data center research.
Technavio also offers insight into the growing South-East Asian data center market, and states that as enterprises continue to adopt cloud-based services or co-locate their data center spaces, competition amongst vendors is increased.
To remain competitive and retain market shares, Technavio claims vendors are offering enterprises a range of data center infrastructure options to choose from.
Additionally, many growing enterprises in Southeast Asia are considering the construction of data center facilities to maintain competitiveness, which makes the entry of new players relatively easy.
Here are the top eight vendors in the Southeast Asia data center market, according to Technavio's market research:
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
As a subsidiary of Amazon.com, AWS provides cloud-based services for enterprises worldwide. Technavio says AWS is constantly adding features to its cloud offering and decreasing the cloud subscription price to stay competitive in the market, among its major rivals like Google and Microsoft.
Digital Realty Trust
Digital Realty Trust develops and manages technology-related real estate, including data centers. The company offers data center services, interconnection, and cloud connectivity services.
To support its growing customer base, the company is acquiring buildings and converting them into data centers, claims Technavio.
Equinix provides data center services to protect and connect the information assets for enterprises, financial services companies, and content and network providers internationally.
Services offered by Equinix include interconnection and connectivity, colocation services, Equinix performance hub, Equinix data hub, IBX SmartView, Equinix Marketplace, Equinix professional services, and customer services.
Google specializes in Internet-related services and products, which include online advertising technologies, search engine, cloud computing, and software.
The company is also involved in the development of energy-efficient design models for data centers, encouraging other data center operators to reduce electricity consumption similarly.
Microsoft licenses, develops, manufactures, markets, and supports software products.
To meet the growing customer needs for its cloud services portfolio, the company migrates critical workloads to different servers or data centers through its software-defined infrastructure model.
NTT Communications provides consultancy, security, architecture, and cloud services to optimize information and communications technology environment of the enterprise.
It provides ICT platform, with services such as colocation, hosting, network, and security throughout the world.
Singtel offers a wide range of solutions related to mobile, fixed, data, TV, Internet, information and communications technology, and digital solutions. It offers a wide range of data center services through its own data centers and partner facilities located in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Taiwan.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT)
PLDT offers telecommunications and digital services through its extensive fiber optic backbone, fixed line, and cellular networks.
The company is involved in providing data center services through its ePLDT Vitro Data Center. Currently, the ePLDT Group operates data center facilities across the Philippines.