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  • Data Centres in India: Future Trends and Challenges October 2011
  • 3 Perspectives Data Centre Value Chain Data Centre Services Cloud Computing 2
  • Value Chain DC Real Estate Developers C Captive MSPs U DC Consultancy /Builders S T DC Equipment Connectivity Manufacturers Providers DATA CENTRE O M IT Passive DC Related Software E Equipment Equipment & Middleware Third Party MSPs RServers Rack/CabinetStorage Others SNetworkingEquipmentOthers: PDS/UPS/Batteries, Cooling Systems, Fire Suppressant Systems Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 3
  • Value Chain Mapping DC Other DC Build & Racks & Captive DC Third Party Storage Servers Networking Passive Connectivity Consultancy Enclosures Services DC Services Equipment EquipmentIBMHPWiproHCLRelianceTCLTulipSifyCiscoEmersonSchneiderElectric Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 4
  • 3 Perspectives Data Centre Value Chain Data Centre Services Cloud Computing 5
  • Current Trends in Data Centre Services Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 6
  • Current Trends in Data Centre Services Cloud Netmagic and Reliance Communications were the incumbents in India while many other players Computing like Tulip and BSNL are venturing into this new technology delivery concept.. Indian enterprises and major DC service providers are undergoing major expansions to DC Expansion accommodate the futuristic demand in India and other SAARC region countries. Recent players indulging in expansions include Tulip, Netmagic and CtrlS. As energy prices continue to rise, MSPs are increasingly adopting power-saving measures by opting for Green DC Certifications and Methods. Power Costs are estimated to be a massive 38 Green IT per cent of the overall DC cost composition. Also, with availability of power being a key issue in India , electricity costs are predicted to be on the rise. OPEX investment form, high realty estate costs, unreliable power resources and lack of skilledTraction for Third resources to run internal DCs are all urging enterprises to slowly migrate from building DCs to Party hosting it with a service provider. Decreasing bandwidth costs and emerging competition are alsoManaged Services predicted to bring down hosting costs. Along with DC core hardware such as servers and storage devices, middleware in the form ofCommoditization of platforms are also witnessing moderate levels of commoditization. This trend in future will lead to Platforms growth of adoption in PaaS in India. Government regulatory mandates and organizational compliance measures are the two main Managed factors that are driving the growth of data in enterprises. Enterprises are seen to be opting for Storage cost-effective and scalable managed storage or cloud storage options. 7
  • 3 Perspectives Data Centre Value Chain Data Centre Services Cloud Computing 8
  • Cloud Computing – Global Market Adoption Regional Focus Low Medium High Very High Russia Germany USA China Mexico GCC & Far East Egypt India Brazil Australia Top adopters are Brazil, China, India and Germany followed by USA, Mexico, Australia and Far East countries. Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 9
  • Vertical Adoption in India IT/ITeS BFSI Govt. & PSU ManufacturingTelecommunications Healthcare Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 10
  • Top five trends in cloud computing SaaS is the more mature product offering amongst the other cloud services present in India Captive MSPs tend towards SaaS while Third Party MSPs tend towards PaaS and IaaS offerings Cloud computing will show higher adoption in the SMB segment Large enterprise segment is seen more inclined towards Private Clouds BFSI emerges as the potential early adopter of cloud technology in India Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 11
  • For Additional InformationCaroline LewisCorporate Communications91.022.61606666caroline.lewis@frost.com 12
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