The Singapore colocation market is well developed and displays the characteristics of other leading global cities and financial centres. Supply and demand are well balanced with new build and expansion projects closely aligned to well-qualified pipelines of future demand. Cloud and online services firms are projecting dynamic growth in their infrastructure footprint within Asia, with a clear focus on Singapore as a free-trade regional hub.
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One differentiating factor of the Singapore market is the large number of local and niche co-location firms. These retail-focused firms are currently carrying most of Singapore’s vacant inventory. During the course of 2014 and 2015 we expect to see consolidation of the market through acquisition by international or regional leaders, possibly with some lower quality assets being retired.
This paper provides:
- An overview of the Singapore data centre market
- Pricing analysis for both retail (8-60kW) and wholesale (250kW+) co-location services
- An overview of current and future market challenges, including regulatory requirements for financial services institutions
- A review of key co-location service providers