The report titled “Indonesia Data Center Market Outlook to 2026 – Growing Tech Savy Population, Internet Penetration Rate and Rising Number of Facilities to Drive the Indonesia Data Center market in the near future” provides a comprehensive analysis of data center market in Indonesia. The report focuses on overall market size in terms of revenue generated by data centers; market segmentation by Type of data center facility (Co-location, Managed and Hyperscale), By Co-location (Retail and Wholesale co-location), By End Users (IT/ITes, BFSI, Government and Others). The report also covers the overall comparative landscape, trends and growth drivers, issues and challenge, government regulations along with pricing analysis from the major players in the Indonesian Data Center Market. The report concludes with future projections and upcoming Data Center projects highlighting the major opportunities and cautions.
Market Overview and Size
Indonesia data center market was observed to grow with an augmenting growth rate during the review period 2015-2026P. The Indonesia data center market in terms of Revenue has increased at a positive double digit CAGR during the review period 2015-2021. The growth was supported by rising number of data centers, increasing digitization in the country. Increasing internet penetration in Indonesia is contributing towards the high demand for digital services in the country. Augmenting demand for the data center services is driving the DC companies to expand in terms of space to cater to the increasing demand.
Market Segmentation of Data Center Industry
By Type of Data Center (Managed, Co-location and Hyperscale): Managed data center was observed to be dominating the Indonesia data center market in terms of revenue with the higher preference of customers towards outsourcing services from a third party. The co-location data center constituted a significant share in the market in terms of revenue in the year 2021. Entry of cloud providers such as Alibaba cloud, AWS and more have resulted in growing demand for wholesale co-location data centers in Indonesia. Hyperscale data centers hold the lowest share in terms of revenue for the year 2021.
By Co-location (Retail co-location and Wholesale co-location): The retail co-location market held a significant share in terms of revenue in the year 2021. The retail co-location market was observed to dominate the co-location data center market as a retail DC is cheaper, majority companies require few racks to store their data and the average duration of a contract in a retail DC is lower.
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By End Users (IT/ITes, BFSI, Government and others): BFSI industry dominated the data center market in Indonesia with a substantial share during 2021. Digital Payments in Indonesia has increased. The growing consumption of digital services fuels the demand for data center services as well, particularly in Indonesia’s financial services industry. Demand for data centers in Indonesia is driven by local and international businesses’ growing adoption of cloud-based services, and is underpinned by technological advances. Thus, making IT/ITes sector the second largest end user industry for Data Centers in Indonesia.
Competition within the Indonesia data center market was observed to be moderately fragmented along with the presence of both local and global data centers. Indonesia recorded a total of more than 50+ data centers in the year 2021. The major companies in the data center industry in Indonesia includes DCI, PDG, Telekomsigma, Indonet, Biznet Data Centre, NTT Communications and others.
Major competing parameters include number of data centers, services provided, white space, number of racks, Tier level, power capacity, uptime, occupancy rate, clientele, end users served and geographical presence.
Future Outlook and Projections
Over the forecast period 2022-2026F, the Indonesia Data Center Revenue is further anticipated to increase at a significant double digit CAGR during the review period 2021 to 2026F. The Indonesian Government’s program ‘Making Indonesia 4.0’ will put Indonesia among the top ten global economies by 2030 by implementing digital transformation in different industry verticals such as manufacturing, finance, healthcare, and more resulting in the higher demand for Data Center services by the end users in the country.
The emergence of 5G technology in Indonesia is likely to grow the adoption of IoT-enabled products in the Indonesia market further contributing to the development of data center industry.
Key Segments Covered
By Type of Data Centers:
Co-location Data Center
Managed Data Center
By End Users:
Others (Education, Retail, Manufacturing, Logistics and rest)
Key Target Audience
Data Center companies
Cloud providers (Domestic and Global)
Managed data center companies
Co-location data center companies
Private Equity and Venture Capitalist
Data Center Constructors
Time Period Captured in the Report:
Historical Period – 2015-2021
Forecast Period – 2021-2026F
Data Center Companies:
Biznet Data Centre
GTN Data Centre
CBN Nusantara (Nex Data Center)
Princeton Digital Group
Moratelindo (Nusantara Data Center)
Key Topics Covered in the Report
Demand & Supply Side Ecosystem of Data Center Industry in Indonesia
Indonesia Data Center Overview
Comparison of Indonesia Data Center Market with other APAC Countries (Malaysia, India, Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong)
Indonesia Data Center Market Size
Indonesia Data Center Market Segmentation
Competition Framework in Indonesia Data Center Market
Pricing Analysis of Major Players in Indonesia Data Center Market
End User Analysis
Indonesia Data Center Market Future Outlook and Projections
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