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  • 1. OnPoint Data Centre Barometer | Issue 11 Autumn 2013 The Jones Lang LaSalle Data Centre Barometer Autumn 2013 – Issue 11 t t u nt n t n t t u n u nt n t n t t t n t n u mm t n t mn m n m t t t u t n t t n t 12 m nt n t t n n t num t t m n n n t t m t n u nt m t u t n nt t t u t t n t t m t t nt u n t n u t u t u n nt tt nt t nt n um t n n t n t t t t t t tn t t n nt m
  • 2. Introduction David Willcocks t t nt ut n m t t 11t t n n n m t t t u n m n n t m t u A u n t t t nt n utn m n t nt n utumn 200 n n n t nt ut n utn Fig 1: What is your primary relationship with the data centre industry? t Colcation operator t n 10 n t t t n mm n n u t t n n n um t n t Carrier / Integrator / Web hoster 21% u n u u m n t t un t n t t nt n n nt u n t n u n t n m t m u u t t nt t u u u m u t t t A m t Autumn 2013 n nt utumn n u n t un n n nt n n m t t u m un m t nt m t n n t t t nt n t t mn n n nt n t t t m n 0 t 0 n n 2013 n n t u t t m u t u t m tn t t nt t t n t nt m t n n t m n t n n n u nt t m t t n t t t t n 200 /200 ut n nn t m n u n n u u u t m t u t t t t t tt m nt t 1 u m nt n t A u n n t tu nt tt t n t u nt t t nt n t t n n nt n tn n t t t n t t n 200 00 m nt n n n t num t m nt t t n t A m nt 2 / ON POINT A A t nt nt n t t m nt n A Autumn 2013 n t t nt nu n n n t unt u n t t t t nt t t nt t t Real estate developer/investor 51% 0 t m t t n u t n t nt t t t t m t n nt tt t n t n t t A m nt t t n t t t nt u t t nm nt t n n t m t t n t n tu m n u u t t n u n t u t t nt m u t n t t nt t t tn t t t u ut n u t t n n t m t t t t n un u u n tt t nt m m nt Corporate occupier 14% t tn t A n m m 14% ttm t t n t t n n mu n m t t n u t tt n t tm n n t t n u t t n m tm t n t n n u t nt nu m t n t t n n t n u n t nt nu t m n t t t m nt n nt m nt ut n m t nt tm t mt t t t nt n u t t t nt n n t n A m t nu n t t n n u t n t mn t n u t n t n tn n t t m n nt t t nt nu n nt n t tm t t n t tt n nt n nt u t n t u t t mm t n m tt t t m tt m tt t n m m ut t t nt tm n t nt t t t u t n m n m n t n m t m n u / m n u Am t u t t n m t
  • 3. Index Power and the Data Centre Industry 4 Barometer dynamics 8 Respondent analysis 12 Respondent pro le 14 Data Centre opinions 18 Data Centre opportunities 23 Contacts 28 ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 3
  • 4. Power and the Data Centre Industry Part 2 Supply t t t u m nt t n un m t n n n n n t u t n t u tu t t n t n t1 u n t2 n n n n m n t n t tt u n t n n um m n m A t n n m n m ut n n nt t u tt m n t n t tt t u t m t t nt t t t n n n m n n n mt n t nt n t t nt nt t u m 2012 t t n um t n u t t m 120 t tt u 0 nt t n u t t m t 30 0 t t t tn t t nt t nt n u nt t un t n t n u m tt n t nt n t n m t t u tt t t t nt u n t tt m t t1 t nt n n n u nt t t nt n nt t n t mu m n n m tu tn t n nt n n n t mu n nt t u n n n m t t nt t m n t n n u t n u n n u nt n nm nt m t t nt m n nt u u n n n nt nu t n nt m n t nt t nt A n t m tm t n 1 t nt n t 4 / ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 t t t nt n nt t t t t nt t t t n t t nt nt n u m nt n t t t m m n un t un t n n um n nm nt nt t t n n t mum n t t un t n u m ut nt t n tt t 1 m n m n nt u n n n t u tu t t n m n nm nt t tt t nu t t nt nt t m nt t n u t n u m nt m nu tu u m t n t tt t u t t tn n n n nt u m n u n n 100 t nt u tt u n t t nt t t n n n n t nt 2020 u m unt n t nt t tt t n n t n n ciency tops the agenda t t n t t t t t t t t n um t t n t m n t m t n u t t n u t 10 t u n nm nt t n t t t nt n u t t u t n u u n t n nt A 10 t u u n t n t m t t t n nt n t nt n n t n t t nt t m t m m n nm nt n t m t t nt t n n n nt
  • 5. t m n t n n nt n n n n t t t n t u n nt t n n t nn n n ut nt t u u m t n n t n n n t m n n tn t n n n nt tun t nt m t n n n tt t tt n n t n t Implementing Energy E ient t entre t t t m n n n m u t nt t n um t n t n t t nt m t m m n nt t u t t n A n t n t m m t m n u t t tt n t n u t ut n un t t n m tn t u t n t n unn n t ut ut t m tu t t um t mu t t n um n t n t n um t n t u n t n n n um t t u t t tt n m t u t um n t t n t t tt t n t t t t t m t tu t n t m t t t u u t m t n t n tu m t n t nn n t t t n t n Understand what you are using n t n n t n t un nu t n t t t n n n m t m n u m nm t m u u n n n n m tn t t t nt t num n nt u t u u n m n t t n n n n t nt u n / n t t m n t tut u t t tt n u t nt t t t t t t ut n m n n t m t t n nt u t t t n t u t n t tm 2013 t t n t n un m nt nt t u nt m t n t t nt t u t m n nt t t nt n nt m t n n u t n nm nt t t n t nt t t t tt u tt tt m t u t n t t n n t u u t t t nt t n n u t u t t tt n t ut nn t n n t t m t t m t t n n n n n t n t u n u t nt t n mm n nt t n n nt t n n t t t mm tt n t t u m nt t n t n u n n mn n n t u u t n mm t t t t ut t m t m t n t nt un 1 u m nt u t 3 t 12 t n nt n u n t n t n t u u n nt t t tt u unt A t n nn m nt m n nt n t nt nu t n u n nm tu n t nt u t n nt tt t n tt m t n t u t n n t n n n m n m t n t n n u nt t t u t tm nt n A n nu tu n n n n m nt m t n nm nt t t n A n A m t u n mm n nt nt n u t t nt n n t n m n n u t n m t n un n n t tn n n t t n u “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” Peter Drucker, Austrian-born American management consultant, educator and author. t t n m m t m u n n t t t nt n t t u m nt mm n u n t u m u n tn t n t n n m m nt t t n m t n u n t ON POINT A A t m u n n m n n t n m t n t u m nt u t n nt A Autumn 2013 / 5
  • 6. t u ut t t t tt tu n u n t n m n n t u ut t n u t u t nt t nt n t n t t n n t n t t t n t t n tm t m n t t nt n u t n t um nt t t t n t nt n u t n t t nt n nm nt n t mm n t m t n u t nt t t t t n n t t n t t n u t t nt Regulatory context u u n t n n t m t t n m m n t m m t utt n m n u n t t n t n A n t t nm nt A n t n t n n un t n u m n n t n m t n A m nt A n nt n u n unt m t m t n n tu n tn n n n n t t n n n 10 t m n m t m t n n mt t t t n t n t n n t m n m n t n m n t m m n t n u t tt t m t n m n t t t t m un u t t n nm nt m n n n nt nu t u u u t m t nt t t t t nt t t m t n t t t tt n u t nt n t t u t u t m m unt n t u n n n t u n n n t t n t m t n u m n nt n n u t t n tm t tt t m n ut t n t nt n u mt m unt nt n t n t t u m t n t num u t n u m n A n t t t u t t t nt n n u u t t t m n t ut tm n n t n n n n nm nt n n t n n u t n n u nt t m n n u t nt u t m nt t u t n n ut m n n n t u n n n t n t u t nt n t u tu m n m nt t m n t n t n n t m nt m n t t m nt t nt t n u n t n n nt nm nt m mm n n t u t t n t u t m n u n t u t n m nt n t nt t t t nt t n m nu t t n t n t t u t n t m n u n t nt m nt u t t t t n nt t n u t t un t n t t n n t t n n u t n t nt t t n n t n mu t nt t u t A n u t n t t nt t u ut t t n mn nt t n t t un t n t tm t t m ut n un t n u t nt n u t n n nt t n t A n t t t n t tut m u n t ut t n un t n t m m u m nt n t t re t entre e ien y metri t t t t t t m u m nt n ut n m n n num m n A n nt t u m nt t mu t m n n ut ut mu t m n nt n un t t t m u n n tn n t t n ut t t t tu m ut u m n tt t t t t t n Autumn 2013 t num n t n u t t u t nt u m t t n n t m n n t nt t A t t m At 6 / ON POINT A A m n n t n n t t m Processes, methodologies and technologies n u t t t t u t n nt u t n n t t m t n um t n u n m nt 20 20 20 n t u t 20 u t n n n u m n 20 m m nt n n n n 20 n nt u m u n n nm m unt 2020 u t m u u m n u m m unt nt n t t t m t n u t n t m n u t t t n um t n n t m tt u m nt t u n n nt u utu u t n n u tt m t u m nt m ut n t n t ut n n nt t t 10 u m u m nt n tn t t
  • 7. n t n n n t n t nt m t num n t mu t nt m t n ut t n t t n t m n un n tt u n t t t n t un t t Processor [δ] Memory [ε] Compute [α] I/O [ξ] Bytes [η] Distance [θ] Network [β] Energy [kWh] t nt tt t t u t n u n tun t t u u m nu tu n t m m n mt t n n t t t u t t t t nt n t nt t t m u m un u n n um t n t t n t n t nt t n n t t n n m n t t t u t nt un t n t t t tu n n t t n u n t t t nt n u t mu t n t tu nt t t m t n t n t n m n n t n n um t n An t u t t t t t t t m tt u n n t t u t n t Inspections [ι] Capacity [κ] SDTR [λ] Storage[γ] IOPS [μ] Reliability [ν] u utu t nt n m t t t t n t tut u n m t n n u t u nt t nt nt ut t n n t m t m u m nt n n n t n m t u t n mu t t n nt n nm nt t m tt t n n t tt t t m n t t nt Moving the debate on A u u n t n u t u t nt nt t t n t u m nt t u t n n nt n m nn t n t u m n u t t nt u n n n t n t u t n u t t n t u nt nt utu u t t n n n n u t un unt u t t t ut t n t n t tt n t n m t n t m n t m t n n t n t n nt t m t n utm t t nt m n t t n n n m n n u t t t t nt n u t nn t m m n n tu n u m n u t mu t mn t n t t t tt n nt t t t m n t t t t nt nt n n tn n m t mt n t t t nt n t u t n tt n t t u m n ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 7
  • 8. Barometer dynamics u t t t n t n n t nt m t u 11 Autumn 2013 n tt tu n n n nt t t t u n t nt n u t m u m n u n t t u t t n t t nt t n t t t n n t u mn t t n n n n un t n n n nt t nt n utn m n utn u t u t n n t n t n Fig 2: DCB1 – Autumn 2013 respondents by sector and country Carriers / IT integrators / Web hosters Colocation operators Corporates Developers / Investors u n 8 / ON POINT A A n t A nt m t Autumn 2013 Autumn 2013 nt t m n t m t u n m t n m m n nt 2 n t n nt unt t n u u m n nt 1 3m n t t n n n 0 nt t ut u m n t n t t nt n nt
  • 9. The Barometer n nt t nt m Fig 3: Data Centre Barometer – drivers of change Demand for space heavily outweighs the current supply of appropriately fitted space n m nt t t tt u u t u t nt nu t t t t u u n u t n t n u t n t m Fig 4: What are your current expectations for changes to your ‘in house’ data centre footprint over the coming 12 months? Identified demand is increasing as the supply of appropriately fitted space is diminishing Demand for space matches current supply of appropriately fitted space 100 Supply of appropriately fitted space is increasing as occupier demand reduces 80 Supply of appropriately fitted space heavily outweighs occupier demand 60 DCB1 DCB2 DCB3 DCB4 DCB5 DCB6 DCB7 DCB8 DCB9 DCB10 DCB11 40 Corporate occupiers Developers / Investors Carrier, Integrator and Colocation u n n t nt m t 20 Autumn 2013 0 t t m nt t m t n u t t u nt m t n t n At u t t t u tm m m n t u t t n nt m m n t m t t n t n t n t mn n t n u t t t t t t u m n n t t m t n t m tt t m tt n u n n n m t n t m num t n t tn n n m n n n t t n un t t n un t t u n nt n t t n u t n t m n 12 m nt m u n n nt u t m t n t t m nt t n 0 nt tn t tt DCB4 n n DCB5 DCB6 Remain same t nt m t DCB7 DCB8 DCB9 DCB10 DCB11 Undecided Downsize Autumn 2013 n t n t num n nt t t t n t t nt n u t t t t u t n nt n m n t t t m n nt t t t n t t m m nt t mm tt n t m n t m t t t t t n nt n n t n m nt t n t t t m n n n t u u t n nt n t n t m n tn t tt DCB3 un nt nm nt nt n nt n DCB2 Expand Market Sentiment n t n u m n t un 0 t t m nt DCB1 u n t m n t t nt n u t u m n t u nt t m t n u t n t nn nt u u m u t n 0 u t n nt t un u t n u nt t n t n t m mt t ut u n nt nu t n t nt n u n n t tt t u n n t 12 m n n n t n nt t tn t t n t 12 m nt nt t u ut t u t nt n n t t nt nu t t t t t m n t t n n tt m u t n nt t n nt ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 9
  • 10. un n n t tn u t t n t t t nt t tt n n n t t t tm mn m nt u nt Fig 5: What are your current expectations for changes to your ‘third party’ technical data centre footprint over the coming 12 months? 100 80 nt n nt t t t m t nt n u n n t nt t t m n t u n n u n m u tt tt u t 60 t mn n tn t t u t 40 20 0 DCB1 DCB2 DCB3 DCB4 Expand u n n DCB5 DCB6 Remain same t nt m t DCB7 DCB8 DCB9 DCB10 DCB11 Undecided t nt n m n t n t nt n t t u t un n 2010 t u n nt t n n t m n 0 nt t Fig 6: What factors are/will be driving changes in your ‘in house’ data centre footprint? Downsize Autumn 2013 70 t t u t tn n t n n nt n nt n n t t m n 12 m nt t n t m t t t n n nt t m n m n n u t 60 50 40 30 nt num m nt t t t n t u u t t t m nt tn t n t num tn t t n n n t nt t ut u u t 20 10 t 0 n nt n t m n m n n t t tt un n nt t t t t DCB2 DCB3 DCB4 DCB5 DCB6 DCB7 Corporate expansion or contraction Changes in available IT budgets Availability of the ‘right’ data centre product u m n 12 n t n DCB1 u n n t nt m t DCB8 DCB9 DCB10 DCB11 Changing power demands and/or costs Regulatory or legislative drivers Autumn 2013 Fig 7: What factors are/will be driving changes in your ‘third party’ data centre footprint? Drivers of change in data centre footprint 60 t t t n t t t t n n nt t n m n n m t m t nt n t u n nt u t nt t nt n t t t u u t n t num n nt t t u n u n mn n t n n t t 50 40 30 20 n utumn 2010 m n t n nt n m n n t t u m t nt n t t n n m ut t n tn nt n t m u t n u t nt t n t n u t t t t n n t t t m u t n t nt t n n 10 0 n n t nt n u n u n t 10 / ON POINT A A m n n t m n t n t t nt t t n A Autumn 2013 t m t t nt t DCB2 DCB3 DCB4 DCB5 DCB6 Corporate expansion or contraction Changes in available IT budgets u m n DCB1 n n t nt m t DCB7 DCB8 DCB9 DCB10 DCB11 Changing power demands and/or costs Regulatory or legislative drivers Autumn 2013
  • 11. Developers Criteria n u t n n nt t t n n t t nt u t t u t t n n t nt nu n t n u t t u 0 u n n nt n m u t u t u n n nt t n t m t t t n t t m n tt t t t u nm t n t t t m nt t t tt n u t 20 n n m n n t n t n t m nt n t n t t n t t n u t mu t t n n t nt t t t n n n t t t m n u u t n u t u n t t t nn tt tu t u t t u t m nt t n 0 u tn t tt u u ut t 2 t t t u nt t n m nt n n nt n u u t t m n t Fig 8: Proportion of developers/investors who have expanded their portfolios in past 12 months nt m nt t m tu m nt t t 100 n t n m t m n n nt u t n t u t n t t tt u t n t t tt u ut t t t u t n nt n t tt u n 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 DCB1 u n DCB2 DCB3 n DCB4 t nt DCB5 DCB6 m t DCB7 DCB8 DCB9 DCB10 DCB11 Autumn 2013 Fig 9: If it is your intention to develop more technical space during the next 12 months, on what basis will it be? 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% DCB1 DCB2 DCB 3 DCB4 DCB5 DCB6 DCB7 DCB8 DCB9 100% pre-let t n n 5%-25% pre-let DCB10 DCB11 50%-75% pre-let 25%-50% pre-let u 75%-100% pre-let 100% spec t nt m t Autumn 2013 nt m nt m n t n u t t n t tt t u t tt n t tn m nt m u t n n u t t u m n t t t m t u n n n n n ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 11
  • 12. Repondent analysis What best describes your view of the European data centre market at present? A un t A n nt t t u t u n n n m t n n nt m nt n n t n t t t u utu t t u t tt nt m t t nt nu n n un nt tm m n t t t n n t nt n u t n n m n t n n t t t t t u n nt n t t n nt 0 t u n u m n t m n t u n u t m t t u t ut t t mn m u n m n t t t m n n n t t u m un t n u t n n u n t n t t t n mt nt t t u u n n t tt n n nt t tt m n n nt n nt m n n t u tm m tt t u m n Fig 10: Data Centre Barometer Demand for space matches current supply of appropriately fitted space Corporate Occupiers Supply of appropriately fitted space is increasing as occupier demand reduces DCB 11 Carrier, Integrator and Colocation DCB 10 Identified demand is increasing as the supply of appropriately fitted space is diminishing Developers/Investors Supply of appropriately fitted space heavily outweighs occupier demand u n n 12 / ON POINT A A t A nt m t Demand for space heavily outweighs the current supply of appropriately fitted space Autumn 2013 Autumn 2013
  • 13. n ut nt t m ut u t t t m n n u u n n t t tt m n u t ut m n n t u n u t n ut n n t nt t t t t n u t n t num t u t nt mt tt u n n nt t nt nt un u nt n t n t n t n /n m n nt t t 0 t t n Am n t t t n t / nt t n m m m nt n nt m nt n t u n nt n t n n nt n t t u u t t t t tt t tt mn nt m nt t / nt m n t m n n n u t m num t n t ut n n t t t m n m t n n n nt t n t ut t t u t t u t tt t m n n 200 n t t un u n u n t Am n t u n n t t tn t t n nt t n t n t t t m t m n t m n nt n t u nt t t u m n n m n tt u n nt t tt m n t tt m ut u ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 13
  • 14. Respondent pro le 1. What proportion of your total European data centre capacity is based ‘in house’ or with a ‘third party’? Fig 11: How much of your current ‘in house’ data centre space are you actively using? 50 u t n nt nu t n t n t nt t nt A un t t t t t n nt t n nt t n t m n t n t u t n t t 0 m t nt n m n un n nt u t u 45 40 t 35 30 25 20 u t n nt m n 0 m nt t nt t m n t m n u u n n n 200 u t t tt t n t nn t n n n t t 15 10 5 0 80% - 100% 60% - 80% u 40% - 60% DCB10 u n u t t t t n tn m m m n t u t t m n u t u u nt nt n t nt 2. How much of your current ‘in house’ data centre space are you actively using? n u t t u n t n 0 nt m nt t n t m t t n n nt m ut t n t t n u t nt un t t nt n u n n t n n n t n 200 n n t n 0 un n mt tt u u ut t n 2013 t u t t n n u u A Autumn 2013 Autumn 2013 n nt t t nt n t t t nt t t u u Less than 20% Long-term average m t t t num 0 0 t u t n u t u t n t m n nt m n t t t n n nt ut t n t nt t u t t u n m un t t t t tt n t t t nt u t t m unt t n t n t un 0 t t u nt n nt t u t t m n n u t m n 14 / ON POINT A A nt 20% - 40% u n t u nt mn n nt m t m n t n t un t t t t n m n n t m m t n nt nt nu t t t mt n
  • 15. 3. How has your total ‘in house’ tted technical oorspace altered over the last six months? A un t t nt n m n nt n t u nt t n nt t n mt m n t t t n t t n um t m nt n t n u n u t 10 m n n u n u m nt t tu n n n n nt t n u t 201 m Fig 13: What are your current expectations for changes to your ‘in house’ technical data centre area? 80% n 70% 60% n n m n t m n u t n nt n t n t n n t n 20 n 0 n n t un n n 50% t t tn t t n t n n t 40% 30% 20% 10% Fig 12: How has your total ‘in house’ tted technical oorspace altered over the last six months? 0% Downsize 50%-100% Expand First half 2014 u > 100% Remain same n n t nt Undecided Second half 2014 m t Autumn 2013 t n t tn t n t n u n t m n t un n n nt t un n t t 12 m nt t un n nt n n nt m n un t t n n 201 t t 20%-50% 10%-20% < 10% Unchanged -10 0 10 20 30 Expanded u n n t n n t nt t t nt u n t t n t mu t n t nt t n n t 50 Autumn 2013 t t n u t n t / nt m t tm t u m 0 tn t n t m nt nt m un t u t n n t u tu ut u n m t n nt nu t n t u n nt t m t n u t t n t 12 t n n u n u un n t n n nt t u t Reduced m t u u t t tt t n n nt n 40 t n u n nt t n t t t t n u n nt t n n m n u t n n n t n m n u tn t n n t n nt t nt u t n t t t m t ut u n t m n u n t u t n t tn n t n n m u t n u n u u ut n t t t n n u n t t ut n t t t n 4. What are your current expectations for changes to your ‘in house’ technical data centre area? t t tt 12 m nt ut ut u t t t un t t n t nt n t n nt n m n m u t t m n nt u t t tt t t m n n t t t nt t u t mu t n n tt m nt n n nt u n t n t n u 201 un n t tn ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 15
  • 16. 5. What factors are driving these changes to ‘in house’ technical data centre areas? m t t n t m n un t t t n n t t t t t u n t n n nt t n n t t n t n m t m t nt t n n t n u t m n 12 m nt t tn t t u mt t nt n t n t m m n n t t m n t nt n m n t t m nt n n n m t m t nt t n t t t u 201 nm n t u Am n t u t n m n n t n t n n n Availability of the 'right' data centre product Changing power demands and/or costs Changes in available IT budgets Regulatory or legislative drivers 0 10 20 30 40 First half 2014 n t nt 50 60 Second half 2014 m t Autumn 2013 6. How much of your current ‘third party’ managed data centre space are you actively using? u n t un u u t n nt t n m t n n un t n n t n un n t t t un nt t n nt t t t t n t t m m nt t ut n m n n m n t n nt t u t t nt t tn t tt t t m n t nt m n un n t n t m nt m n n mt t nt t u ut t n nt t n Corporate expansion or contraction n tn t u t t m n t t 8. What are your current expectations for changes to your ‘third party’ technical data centre oorspace? Fig 14: What factors are driving these changes to ‘in house’ technical data centre areas? u t n t n t n nt t t t t m nt nt n t t u t n 0 t n nt t t n m n t t n t t t nt un t tt t n 201 t m n t n nt num t n m n t nt u t n nt n n t t m t t t t t m n t t n t t nt nu t m un t nt n nt t t n n u n t u t t t tt un t n n t n m t t t u t ntm Fig 15: What are your current expectations for changes to your ‘third party’ technical data centre oorspace? t m n 70% 0 60% t n nt ut n 0 m n u u n t n t t t u t t un t n m n t n t t n tm t t un n tu t n t t m n n n nu u t tt 50% t t n t t t u t m nt n u 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Downsize 7. Has your total ‘third party’ tted technical oorspace altered over the last 6 months? A un n nt ut u t n t n m n n un n u n nt n 16 / ON POINT A A A nn t nt t n t nt m nt n u Expand First half 2014 u um n t t n n Autumn 2013 Remain same n t nt Undecided Second half 2014 m t Autumn 2013 n u u t n nt t n n nt n t t tt t u u t t t t nt t u t tn t tt nt n t nt t n t n n n nt n tn u t n nt n 201
  • 17. ut t n n t t ut n n nt tt t m n 12 m nt 30 m nt t n t n m n nt 3 u t t m u t n t t t u n n t m t Development of stock 9. As a developer or investor, what is the current mix of data centre stock within your portfolio? A t t n t n m u t t t nt u t t n nt t nt nt n n t t nt nn nn n t m n u t n nt nu n n u t t t t n t u t n nn n n nt t n 10. What factors are in uencing the decision-making process for developers and investors with regard to expansion over the next 12 months? n u u nt t n t t t n n n t t t m t n n t nt nt nu t n t n t n n t nt t n m n nt u m n n n tm nt nt t t u t t t t u tm m u t n n tn nt u A un t t t nt t t t u u n tt n n m n t n nt t t t t nt n nt t t nt ut tn u A un t n u n n t u t u t m tm m n m t t n t t n t t u A tm t t u t t n m n n n n n nt n t t t t tt mt t t tt n num t mn n t nt n u n m n t nt n t m t m t nt t n n u n n t n n t t 0 n m n t m t nt n n t nm n n nt Fig 16: Portfolio of stock – by status 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0 DCB1 DCB2 DCB3 DCB4 Standing portfolio u n n t DCB5 DCB6 DCB7 DCB8 Planning permission granted nt m t DCB9 DCB10 DCB11 Application/site Autumn 2013 ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 17
  • 18. Data Centre opinions 1. We believe that pricing per rack/per cage/per suite is likely to increase over the rst half 2014 A un u n 201 m n nt t n t nt n n m n n u t nt t t t u n t 2. What factors are important to you when choosing a data centre provider? t u Strongly Disagree t Disagree Neither Agree nor Disagree t t m t m t nt t n m t m t nt t m t t Fig 17: We believe that pricing per rack/per cage/per suite is likely to increase over the rst half 2014 n ut n n n t u tu t m t m t nt t n n n n t u t n t t u t m t n m t nt m n nt m u tt t n tn t n t un t t t t m t m t nt n m t m t nt t n tn n Fig 18: When choosing a data centre developer/provider, please rank the following factors in order of importance where 1 is the most important and 4 is the least important Agree Strongly Agree 0 10 20 DCB11 n n t nt t n t u n nt n t 30 40 50 DCB10 nt m t European presence Autumn 2013 Capital backing t n n nt n n u n nt n t t n t t t nm n n t Existing relationship Track record Am n t u t 0 n n nt n n t tt tn n m nt t u m 18 / ON POINT A A n nt t n n t t n n n t t u t n n n n t 0% 20% 60% t n n nt t nt t un t n un n n t n nt n n t u Most important Autumn 2013 u n t t nt n t 100% 80% Secondary importance Tertiary importance u t n A 40% Least important nt m t Autumn 2013 n n u tt t nt u u n t t t n u t m t nt m t m t t t
  • 19. 3. Over the next three years, the traditional lease as a form of contract to take data centre space will be largely extinct replaced by shorter, more exible Managed Service Agreements. t t n m u n nt A un t n ut nt t n t 0 n t n t n t 30 n t t nt m nt n n ut t n A m nt t tt t t tt A t nt n t u t t n m nt t m t Access to professional/ technical resource Greater running-cost efficiencies un Speed of delivery/short lead-in times t t n t t t t m nt n t nt Am n t t nt t t t n mn t t nt t t n t n Fig 20: As a provider/consumer of data centre services, please rank the following features of Managed Service Agreements in order of importance to you where 1 is the most important and 5 is the least important t Pay-as-you-grow flexibility n t Certainty of expenditure nt Fig 19: Over the next three years, the traditional lease as a form of contract to take data centre space will be largely extinct replaced by shorter, more exible Managed Service Agreements 10% 20% 0% 40% Most important Third Least important u n n t nt m t 60% 80% 100% Second Fourth Autumn 2013 5. When choosing a new data centre, what factors are important to you? 13% Strongly agree A Agree 31% Neither agree or disagree Disagree Strongly disagree 46% u n n t nt m t m n t t n t tm m n n t u n nt n t t t m t m t nt nt nm n t t n t nt t n n nt n t tt t m un t t n u n u t un t t n t nt t t un n t n nt 0 Autumn 2013 t n 4. What features of Managed Service Agreements do you believe are important? un u n tu n n t tt n n nt t m t m t nt tt A m nt t n t t t t n m A m nt n nt t t n t n t nt t t t nt t n t n u n t t t tt t nt tu t n n t u n nt t m t u t nt n tu t t t u nt t nt m m n n t nt n tu n t t n nt n n m t n tu t n t t t nt nu t t n n t nt t n n t n u n nt n t t m t m t ut t t n n t n t t n n nt n n n n t t t n un n u t n m t m t nt u n m t n n mn A un u t u t nt t m t n n m t n m n t t u t m t nt t m n t t mt n u n ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 19
  • 20. Fig 21: When choosing a new data centre, please rank the following factors in order of importance where 1 is the most important and 6 is the least important 7. We do not expect any rise in the cost of power to have an adverse effect on the data centre industry over the next three years Fig 22: We do not expect any rise in the cost of power to have an adverse effect on the data centre industry over the next three years Availability of power Location 8% 24% Efficiency of data centre Strongly agree Availability of financial incentives/tax breaks Agree Physical Security 36% Neither agree or disagree Availability of appropriate skilled employment base Disagree 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Strongly disagree Most important Fourth u n n Second Third Least important Fifth t nt m t 27% 5% Autumn 2013 u 6. We nd it dif cult to uantify the current energy ef ciency of data centre stock n u n n nt ut nm t n n n u num u n t nt t u n n nt n t n n nt n tn m n t t nt m 0 t 3 t t t t m nt n n nt m t Autumn 2013 Am n t u n nt t t m tt t nt t t u n t nt n u t A un n nt n n m n A un n t u t u n m nt t t t u t t u nt n n t u t m t n ut t n t n t u nt t n t n t t t t t m nt t u t m t t nt n nt tt u u t nt t n u t t nt n ut t t tt m m t nt t t nt u t t n t t tt nt m t un tn t n nt u t n t t n t n t m nt n t m nt n n t n t t num un n nt n u mm tt n t t u n t n t u u m nt t n1 n u t t n Autumn 2013 n t t t t t nt 8. We believe that in the next 12 months we will actively source at least 10% of our data centre power explicitly from renewable power resources nt A u u t n n t nt n t m t m t nt t m nt n n t n n nt t t t tt u 10 t t nt m n A un t t n t t tt u u m 3 nt n 20 / ON POINT A A t n n n nt t nt t u num t u n u t t u m t t m nt n n u u t nt t t t n ut n t n
  • 21. Fig 23: We believe that in the next 12 months we will actively source at least 10% of our data centre power explicitly from renewable power resources 10. To what extent is the location of your future data centre likely to become more driven by proximity to an alternative source of energy? 40% mt t n t t t n m n u n m m n m nt t t u t n nt u 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% n t 0% Strongly agree Agree Neither agree or disagree Disagree DCB10 u n n t t DCB11 nt m t u t nt t t u Autumn 2013 t n nt tt n um t n n t n t t tn t t n nt n nm t nt t t 9. Over the next three years, what is going to happen to our data centre power consumption t t Strongly disagree nt t u n n n t t nt t u n u t tt n t n t n t nt m nt t m nt n n ut m t t n n n t t t t u t t m nt u m t n m t n nt u n Fig 25: Many renewable sources of energy, by de nition, are away from existing large urban areas. Bearing that in mind, to what extent is the location of your future data centre likely to become more driven by proximity to an alternative source of energy? 60% nt 50% n nt t n n n t n n nt n t t t n tt tt u t n t n um t n t tt 40% m n 30% 20% nt tn n n un m n t u t n n um t n tn t n n t nt nu n m t t t n m n m nt t t t n nt t n t t n t n nt t n t n um t n t t t m nt n n u n t n t n t 10% 0% Highly likely n t t n u t t t n 31% Rise significantly 10% Rise marginally Decline marginally Unlikely n t Very unlikely DCB11 nt m t Autumn 2013 11. What is the current average power density (in kW) drawn (not including cooling) in your data centres? t n n m nt n 2% Neither likely nor unlikely DCB10 u Fig 24: Over the next three years, we expect our data centre power consumption to: 12% Likely A u m2 m unt m n n t m t n 2 m t u t un n nt t m t u t t t n n nt m t n u u ut mt u m n n 12 m nt t u t t u t n n u 2 t t Remain the same Decline significantly 46% u n n t nt m t Autumn 2013 t un n t t n nt t u t nt t ON POINT A A t m n un 2 nt n nt t u u A t t m u n n n u u Autumn 2013 / 21
  • 22. 12. What energy ef cient technologies do you currently employ in your data centres? Am n t u u m nt m t t n Am n t t tt n t nt u m t u u t nt t ut t n t m n m nt t n n t m n m nt n nt t n nt u m n nm nt n nt t u t m n t t nt u m nt n nt t m n u t n t n t t nt u t n n u n t u ut t u t t A u n t n t t u t n t n t u t m nt t m n t t t n nt u 22 / ON POINT A A t t t t m t 0 n n n tu n nt Autumn 2013 u u n n m
  • 23. Data Centre opportunities In nit , din urgh A enue, Slough TO LET u m t n u 3 u t t n t m A n t m t n 0 000 t t nt t t nt u t 122 2 0 113 3 m 2012 m u n u n u ut n nt eri ale ark, West London t n u t t nn n t nt u A ut TO LET t 2 000 tun t 10 2013 t t n m nt n Vision, Hemel Hempstead TO LET t t n A A Western Road, Bracknell u 32 nn n 10 t t nt u A t 30 000 t t n A ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 23
  • 24. LE T A a A enue, Slough 32 t t nt nt n t n nt m TO LET nt ut nt nn n t TO LET t t nt u Aegis One, Godalming 30 000 ut t tt n n ut t t ut Slough Trading state u t n m t n u t 1 0 000 A t n n nt u t m n ut n 1 n Virtus, London 2 Data Centre, Ha es t u tu 000 20 t m n t A A Autumn 2013 n n t t n n nt m 2 24 / ON POINT A A t n t ut n m t ut t t u ut nt t t n t 1m nt u 20 000 n t
  • 25. TO LET TO LET TO LET Connecta Park, Düsseldorf nt n 1 t m A nt le erstrasse, rankfurt n nt n n 3 000 t t t nt n t 1 Connecta Park, Düsseldorf A 0 tt m nt n 1 133 t nt 0 n A 00 A n nt t t A A n m 00 m t tn t 00 tt m u u n t t 00 tt m TO LET TO LET TO LET Swiss Bunker Data Centre 1 u t t ut t t u 0 000 Hoofddorp, Amsterdam u m tun t Sta anger, orwa n t 00 ut n t t n m u t u 100 m n t 3 u un t un t nn u t n t n n t ON POINT A A A Autumn 2013 / 25
  • 26. Jones Lang LaSalle Bridget Outtrim t n u t n t 0 20 2 3 2 3 t utt m u m Bo Bond n n t t nt ut n 1 21 3 23 n m m Mike Hancock t A 0 20 3 m n m David Willcocks t t nt ut n 0 20 3 2 u Curt Holcomb ut nt t nt ut n 1 21 3 2 0 ut m m m Chris Strathon t u t n 0 20 3 t t n u u m m iXConsulting Paul Ryan n n u t nt 0 20 320 3 0 u n n utn t nt On Point m n u m t t n n utn n n n nt t nt u t t u n t n n n t n t t t nt n t u tu n u t t t nt m nt t nt n un n t t n t n n 2001 n nt n t 2000t u t nt t m t n n n u n tm n t nt t u n t nt t t n u t n t tt // n utn u m Autumn 2013 n n u um n u n t u 11 u t t t t un n nnu t m n t n t t t t www.joneslanglasalle.co.uk A n m n n u t t ut u tt n nn t A A n nt n 2013 A t n n t nt t t t nt n n t nm t tu t u t t u t nm t t t u t n m tt t n u n n n t t m nm t tt m