Data Center market in Indonesia to grow to $490 Million by 2023

reogma|Data Center market in Indonesia to grow to $490 Million by 2023

The data center market is continuously growing up at a CAGR 35-38% in Indonesia. Almost, half of the market is captured by Tier-III data center operators.

E-commerce boom is triggering the growth of the data center business in Indonesia.

  • Definition / Scope
  • Market Overview
  • Market Risks
  • Market Trends
  • Industry Challenges
  • Technology Trends
  • Pricing Trends
  • Regulatory Trends
  • Market Size and Forecast
  • Market Outlook
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Competitive Factors
  • Key Market Players
  • Strategic Conclusion
  • References

Definition / Scope

A data center is the department in an enterprise that houses and maintains back-end IT systems and data stores — its mainframes, servers and databases. Data centers could be managed or in co-location.

Colocation refers to pure space rental, including floor space, cages or racks in different sizes. Basic infrastructure-level support such as power, cooling, and physical security measures, as well as basic network connectivity, are provided. Managed hosting services include the provision of servers.

Customers do not need to purchase their own servers.

Data center energy use varies from a few kilowatts (kW) of power consumption to tens of thousands of kW. Based on energy consumption, data centers are classified as:

  • Small data centers (“in-house” server rooms/cupboards) from 10 kW to 150 kW
  • Medium data centers from 150 kW to 750 kW
  • Enterprise data centers from 750 kW to 2,500 kW
  • Mega data centers from 2,500 kW and larger

Data centers are also classified as Tier rating, based on standards for minimum uptime and maximum downtime. Based on Tier rating, these are categorized as:

  • Tier I (99.671% minimum uptime and 1,729 minutes maximum downtime)–basic site infrastructure (non redundant)
  • Tier II (99.741% minimum uptime and 1,361 minutes maximum annual downtime) – redundant site infrastructure with redundant capacity components
  • Tier III (99.982% minimum uptime, 95 minutes maximum annual downtime) – concurrently maintainable site infrastructure
  • Tier IV (99.995% minimum uptime, 26 minutes maximum annual downtime) – fault-tolerant site infrastructure.


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