Top 5 Vendors for Data Centers in ANZ until 2020, by Technavio

Renewable energy

Key vendors to strategically increase their sales are focusing on constructing green data centers

Technavio, a company that develops over 2000 pieces of research every year and covers more than 500 technologies across 80 countries, has published the top five vendors for the data center market in ANZ in their latest research report. This report also lists 18 other prominent sellers who are expected to contribute to this market’s growth between 2017-2021.

Competitive vendor landscape

The leading vendor in the data center market in ANZ are installing advanced IT infrastructure with energy-efficient power and cooling infrastructure to sustain the intense competition. The service providers are offering cloud-based services to SMEs to expand their business and increase their profitability. This recent increase in the construction of the data centers in the region is attributed to availability of power, use of the free cooling technique to a great extent, better network connectivity with many carrier-neutral facilities, and support from the government. The market in the region is also gaining a lot of traction from both local and global players, which, in turn, will boost investment opportunities in ANZ.

According to Abhishek Sharma, a lead analyst at Technavio for research on the data center, “The increasing awareness about green data center facilities will boost the construction of energy-efficient data centers in the ANZ market. The vendors are offering solutions that help in the operation of energy-efficient power, IT, and cooling infrastructure, decreasing the electricity consumption, and carbon footprint. Some of the other methodologies implemented by services providers include free cooling, use of renewable energy sources, consolidation, and waste recycling.”

Top five vendors in the Data Center in ANZ market space


CenturyLink offers colocation, cloud hosting, and interconnection services through its data center located around the globe. Recently, the company it agreed to sell its data center business to BC Partners and Medina Capital, and it will continue to offer IT services and solutions, even though it does not own data centers.


Datacom offers data center colocation, managed services, including cloud-based service offerings. The company’s data center customers include organizations from different industry verticals, namely government agencies, banks, large enterprises, and international organizations. It also operates more than one data center in few other locations, expanding its footprint as demand arises.

Digital Realty

Digital Realty serves strategically located properties related to the critical operations of technology industry tenants and corporate enterprise data center users. The company provides fit-out ready modular data center buildings on power and fibre-provisioned sites and offers services, including site selection, land purchase, building design, approvals, and construction.


Equinix offers data center services that help in protecting and connecting the information assets for enterprises, financial service companies, and content and network providers. Recently, the company opened its new SY4 data center of around USD 97 million because of the increased demand for cloud services.

Spark Digital

Spark Digital is the leading telecommunication service provider that offers mobility, cloud, security, connectivity, collaboration, and IT services through its subsidiaries, namely Revera and Computer Concepts Limited (CCL) for its customers that include both enterprises and government agencies. The company’s data center can support rack power density of up to 28 kW with higher reliability, scalability, and secure solutions.

A complete analysis is offered in the Technavio market report, Data Center Market in ANZ 2017-2021. Technavio also customizes reports by other regions and specific segments upon request.

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