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Research and Markets: Modular Data Center Market by Types, Deployment Size & Industry Verticals - Global Forecast & Analysis 2014 - 2019

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/n7jl7x/modular_data) has announced the addition of the "Modular Data Center Market by Types, Deployment Size & Industry Verticals - Global Advancements, Worldwide Forecast & Analysis (2014 - 2019)" report to their offering.

The adoption of modular approach for data center have increased in recent years and is expected to grow at rapid pace in the future as well. The forecast period for this report is 2014-2019, wherein 2014 is considered as the base year throughout the research report. The modular data center market is expected to reshape the data center infrastructure market dramatically in future. The report identifies major drivers and restraints in the industry related to current acceptance and the expected role of these modules in data center infrastructure in the future. The company profiles of major players in the ecosystem are included in the report to provide competitive insights.

Major players in the modular data center market are Cisco, HP, IBM, Dell, Schneider, SGI and BladeRoom. The research report discusses the strategies and insights of the key vendors in the industry and also provides in-depth study of driving forces and challenges. The report also analyzes global adoption trends and future growth potentials across different geographical regions. Markets and Markets has segmented the global market by types, deployment size, industry verticals, and geographical regions.

The research report covers complete market categorized into following submarkets:

On the basis of types:

  • Containerized modular data center
  • Individual module modular data center
  • IT module
  • Power module
  • Cooling module
  • Generator module

On the basis of configuration:

  • Semi fabricated
  • Fully fabricated
  • All-in-One

On the basis of module forms:

  • ISO container
  • Enclosures
  • Skid mounted

On the basis of industry verticals:

  • Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)
  • Telecom and IT
  • Government and public
  • Defense
  • Energy
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Other verticals

On the basis of deployment size:

  • Midsize data centers
  • Enterprise data centers
  • Large data centers

Companies Mentioned

  • Bladeroom
  • Cisco
  • Dell
  • Emerson Network Power
  • Flexenclosure
  • HP
  • IBM
  • IO Datacenters
  • Schneider Electric
  • SGI

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/n7jl7x/modular_data

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