The report titled “Indonesia Data Center and Cloud Services Market Outlook to 2024- Implementation of Data Localization Law Leading to Surge in Localized Data Center Revenue” provides a comprehensive analysis of the data center market in Indonesia. The report focuses on overall market size in terms of revenue generated by data centers; Indonesia data center market segmentation by Type of data center (Co-location and Managed), By Co-location (Retail and Wholesale co-location), By Region (Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Bogor, Batam & others), By Tier Level (Tier I&II, Tier III, and Tier IV), By End Users (BFSI, IT/ITes, Government, SME’s and Others), By Clients (Global and Domestic). The report also covers the cloud industry in Indonesia in terms of revenue; Indonesia cloud market segmentation by Type of cloud services (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS and others), By End-users (Manufacturing, Telcos/IT, BFSI, Government, Education and others), By Clients (Domestic and Global), By IaaS (Large enterprise and SME), By SaaS (Large enterprise and SME), By PaaS (Large enterprise and SME). The report also covers the overall comparative landscape, trends and growth drivers, issues and challenge and government regulations. The report concludes with future projections and analyst recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions.
Market Overview and Size
The Indonesia data center market was observed to grow with a stable growth pattern in the review period 2014-2019. Factors such as government’s data localization law, adoption of AI, IoT & big data, rising e-commerce and SME industry, rising demand for the local data centers and others have helped the data center industry to grow in Indonesia in terms of revenue.
Market Segmentation of Data Center Industry
By Type of Data Center (Co-Location and Managed): The managed segment was observed to dominate the data center industry in terms of revenue. The managed data center market is leading in Indonesia owing to the lack of skills the companies have to manage their data and companies have a higher focus on their core business areas.
By Co-location (Retail and Wholesale): The retail co-location market was observed to dominate the co-location data center the market as a retail DC is cheaper, the majority of companies requires few racks to store their data and the average duration of a contract in a retail DC is lower.
By Region (Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Bogor, Batam & others): Jakarta dominated the data center industry both in terms of a number of data centers and revenue as it is the business city center and have the presence of majority industries.
By Tier Level (Tier I&II, Tier III and Tier IV): Tier III data centers dominated the data center industry in Indonesia as the majority of data centers present in the country are Tier III and they are highly preferred by the end-users owing to their features and services.
By End Users (BFSI, IT/ITes, Government, SME’s and others): The data center industry in Indonesia was observed to be dominated by the BFSI industry owing to their high demand for storing their highly confidential data and the rising concerns of security of banking data. The rising awareness of data centers is also one of the reasons for the surge in the demand by the BFSI industry.
By Clients (Domestic and Global Clients): The domestic clients in Indonesia dominated the data center industry owing to the government’s data localization law which has made the domestic clients store their data in local data centers.
Market Segmentation of Cloud Industry
By Type of Cloud Services (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, and others): Software as Services (SaaS) was observed to dominate the Indonesian cloud industry followed by IaaS, PaaS, and others. SaaS has a higher share in terms of revenue owing to the rise in SMEs who are the major end-users of SaaS.
By End Users (Manufacturing, Telcos/IT, BFSI, Government, Education, and others): Manufacturing industry in Indonesia was observed to dominate the cloud industry as the manufacturing industry is the heavyweight of Indonesia’s economy. Manufacturing was followed by Telco/IT, BFSI, Government, Education and others.
By Clients (Domestic and Global Clients): The domestic clients in Indonesia dominated the cloud industry owing to the government’s data localization law which has made the domestic clients store their data locally.
Competition within the Indonesia data center market was observed to be moderately concentrated along with the presence of both local and global data centers. The major companies in the data center industry in Indonesia includes Telkom sigma, Biznet, XL Axiata, Nexcenter, Faasri Utama Sakthi, Lintasarta, Neuviz DC and others. The major companies in the cloud market include Indonesia Cloud, AWS, Telkom Sigma, Indosat, Alibaba, XL-Axiata and others. Major competing parameters include the number of data centers, services provided, white space, number of racks, Tier level, power capacity, uptime, occupancy rate, clientele. End-user served and geographical presence.
Future Outlook and Projections
Indonesia’s data center market is anticipated to grow at a positive growth rate with new entrants’ business growth. Indonesia is rapidly moving towards being a major APAC data center powerhouse to augment the data center market of the country along with the rising awareness of DC services, growth in e-commerce transactions and development of e-govt. services.
Key Segments Covered:-
By Type of Data Centers:
Co-location Data Center
Managed Data Center
Others (Medan, Makassar, Palembang, Bekasi, Bali, Kalimantan and rest)
By Tier Level:
Tier I & II
By End Users:
Others (Education, Retail, Manufacturing, Logistics and rest)
Key Segments Covered of Cloud Market
By Cloud Services:
By End Users:
By Large Enterprise
By Large Enterprise
By Large Enterprise
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 – 2014-2019
Forecast Period – 2020-2024
Data Center Companies:
Nex Data Center
Faasri Utama Sakthi
GTN Data Center
Key Topics Covered in the Report:-
Indonesia Data Center Overview and Genesis
Comparison of Indonesia Data Center Market with Malaysia, India, Thailand, Singapore, and Hong Kong
Indonesia Data Center Market Size
Indonesia Data Center Market Segmentation
Decision Making Parameters Considered by End Users before Taking Services from Data Center Companies
Snapshot on Data Center Constructors in Indonesia
Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Data Center Market
Company Profile of Indonesia data center companies
Indonesia Data Center Market Future Outlook and Projections
Investment Model to set up a data center in Indonesia
Indonesia Cloud Computing Overview
Indonesia Cloud Computing Market Size
Indonesia Cloud Computing Market Segmentation
Competitive Scenario in Indonesia Cloud Computing Market
Indonesia Cloud Computing Market Future Outlook and Projections
Trends and Developments in Indonesia Data Center Market
Issues and Challenges in Indonesia Data Center
Government Regulations in Indonesia Data Center Market
Success Case Study
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