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Data Centre Africa - 2012

Published: Feb 2012 | No Of Pages: 99 | Published By: Tariff Consultancy Ltd

Product Synopsis

The Tariff Consultancy Ltd (TCL) Data Centre Africa - 2012 report was produced during the period from January 2012 to February 2012. It is an updated version of the Africa and Middle East Data Centre report published in early 2011. The revised report uses both primary sources and secondary sources as a basis for the research.

The Data Centre Africa - 2012 report has primary research - which includes interviews, telephone contacts together with rack space price quotes received directly from the Data Centre providers in Africa.

It also includes information from other interested parties including information obtained from industry regulators in the countries surveyed.

To derive the space forecast in the report TCL has performed a “bottom up” survey of all the identifiable Data Centres in each of the 9 African countries in our report, with overall raised floor space and utilisation levels as of the end of 2012, which is then used as the basis of a 5 year forecast from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017.

In the “market structure” section of each country profile, TCL has referred to details of the growth of the ICT sector in each country – and provides teledensity statistics.

In the report TCL has collated information concerning from over 60 Data Centre providers across the 9 African countries (Algeria, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia & Uganda) which have multiple Data Centre providers. Some 102 separate Data Centre and Collocation facilities have been identified in the 9 African countries.

A list of tables & charts in the Data Centre Africa – 2012 report
A list of companies mentioned in the Data Centre Africa – 2012 report
Executive Summary – Data Centre Africa – 2012 report
The main highlights from the Data Centre Africa – 2012 report
Introduction – Data Centre Africa – 2012 report
Research Methodology

Chapter One: A market overview of the Data Centre Africa market
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Data Centres in Africa – 2012 – regional overview
1.3 The main Data Centre countries & stages of development
1.4 Fund raising for Data Centre investments in the region
1.5 The challenges for Data Centre operators in Africa
1.6 The main demand and supply constraints for Data Centres
1.7 The Up Time Institute Tier Classification for Data Centres
1.8 African Data Centre Pricing & Product trends
1.9 Constraints for Data Centre operators in Africa
1.10 Power availability for Data Centres in Africa
1.11 The main Data Centre business models in Africa
1.12 Key Point Summary – an overview of the Africa region

Chapter Two: Country Survey - Data Centres in Africa
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Data Centres in Africa – 2012
2.3 The main Data Centre Country Profiles in Africa
2.3.1 Algeria
2.3.2 Egypt
2.3.3 Ghana
2.3.4 Kenya
2.3.5 Morocco
2.3.6 Nigeria
2.3.7 South Africa
2.3.8 Tunisia
2.3.9. Uganda
2.3.10. Other African Data Centre build outs

The subheading for each of the 9 African country profiles is as follows:
A) The market structure for Data Centre Development
B) The key Data Centre Players
C) The Data Centre business models
D) The key demand drivers & constraints for Data Centre development
E) Strengths & Weaknesses
F) The major new Data Centre build outs
G) Indicative monthly per rack pricing
2.4 Key Point Summary – Data Centre Africa 2012 overview

Chapter Three: Data Centre Africa 2012 – market size and forecasts
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Data Centre Africa key market offers & segmentation
3.3 Data Centre Africa space & utilisation forecast
3.4 Data Centre Africa revenue forecast
3.5 Key Point Summary – Data Centre Africa market size & forecasts

Chapter Four: Key individual African Data Centre provider profiles
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Telkom – Cybernest Data Centre profile (South Africa)
4.3 Teraco Data Environments Data Centre profile (South Africa)
4.4 Vodacom Business Data Centre profile (South Africa)
4.5 Kenya Data Network (KDN) Data Centre profile (Kenya)
4.6 Tunisie Telecom Data Centre profile (Tunisia)
4.7 Key Point Summary – selected Data Centre profiles

Chapter Five: Conclusions – The future of the Data Centre in Africa 2012

A list of tables and charts - Data Centre Africa Report - 2012
Centre revenues across Africa from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017

Figure 1: A table showing the differences between African Data Centre raised floor space in the TCL 2011 and 2012 surveys (in square metres)
Figure 2: A table showing local Currency Exchange rates converted into 1 USD
Figure 3: A table showing the proposed international submarine cable systems connecting Africa
Figure 4: A pie chart of the four main types of Data Centre provided across Africa
Figure 5: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Algeria from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 6: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Egypt from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 7: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Ghana from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 8: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Kenya from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 9: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Morocco from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 10: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Nigeria from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 11: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in South Africa from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 12: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Tunisia from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 13: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Uganda from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 14: A bar chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in the other 47 African countries from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 15: A pie chart of Data Centre raised space forecast for the end of 2012 across Africa
Figure 16: A table showing forecast Data Centre raised floor space as of the end of 2012
Figure 17: A bar chart of the 9 African country Data Centre monthly average pricing per rack
Figure 18: A table of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Africa from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 19: A chart of Data Centre raised floor space forecast in Africa from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 20: A table of average Data Centre utilisation forecast in the 9 African countries from the end of 2012 to the end of 2017
Figure 21: A bar chart of Data

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