U.S data center market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.21 percent over the next four years, says a new research available in Research and Markets.
Avaya, Cisco Systems, Dell, EMC Corp., Emerson Network Power, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Juniper Networks, NEC, NetApp, Rittal, and Schneider Electric are the key vendors dominating the U.S data center market.
The growth is driven by the rapid growth of the green data center market. The market is also witnessing restructuring of data centers.
Also, with an increasing number of restrictions and regulatory requirements being implemented by the regulatory authorities, there is a need for data center equipment with high-performance capabilities to be incorporated as part of the data centers, the research said.
Despite this growth, the data center market in the U.S is facing a number of challenges. Lack of foresight of enterprises could post a challenge to the growth of the market, says the report.
A key trend dominating the data center market in the U.S is the restricting of data centers. A large number of data center facilities were established in the U.S. several years ago, so there is a need for restructuring of the data center facilities.
Most of the facilities are reaching their end-of-life period, and enterprises are renovating and restructuring the facilities to meet the current enterprise computing requirements.
Another trend noted in the U.S. data center market is the data center upgradation that is leading to increasing demand for data center equipment and networking components.
Data center upgradation is leading to increasing demand for data center equipment and networking components. These facilities are being equipped with advanced powering and cooling solutions, which increases the productivity of the infrastructure.
In addition, the data center facilities are being equipped with virtualized infrastructure, which further increases the productivity of the data centers.