A micro data center, commonly known as MDC refers to a considerably small and highly modular system that serves smaller enterprises or delivers supplementary resources for an enterprise. A micro data center is developed to solve numerous sets of issues or to process types of workloads that cannot be handled by conventional capabilities or large modular data centers. A traditional container-based data center generally hosts thousands of virtual machines and dozens of servers in a 40ft shipping container. Whereas, an MCD is likely to host fewer than ten servers and fewer than a hundred virtual machines within a single 19-inch box.
Micro data center, like containerized data centers, features cooling system, built-in security systems, and fire and flood protection. These data centers are often utilized for edge computing, to bring computing resources near to end-users. Micro data center model can be effectively utilised for remote office/branch office environments and companies that retain a geographically dispersed user base. The rise in the use of IoT devices is expected to increase the usage of the micro data center. Boost in volume and speed of digital data generation is supporting the growth of the micro data center market. However, crypto hacking attacks on micro data center are anticipated to hinder the market growth.
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Personalizing the shopping experience indicates that consumers’ transaction history needs to be recorded so that the vendor can give proposals. Due to the rising number of shoppers, the demand for data centers has increased exponentially. With the use of a micro data center network, there is no need for merchandisers to worry about storing customer data and transaction bills at one place, which in turn enhances the security of the data. Further with the increased adoption of advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things, machine learning, and big data analytics, the construction of data centers has soared in recent years.
The key players covered in this study
Delta Power Solutions
Sicon Chat Union Electric
The growth of the global micro data center market can be analyzed on the basis of product types, major end-user industry, enterprise size, and regional markets.
Based on the product type the micro data center market can be segmented into-
- Less than 25 RU
- 25 RU – 50 RU
- More than 50 RU
The major end-user application segments of the microdata center include Information technology and telecom, retail, BFSI, healthcare, energy & power generation plants, etc.
The intermediary micro data centers can be established at remote areas to replicate the advanced cloud services locally, enhancing performance and the proficiency to quickly access and make use of the crucial perishable data. This fact encourages major industry vertical to adopt the micro data centers.
The United States, Europe, Asia Pacific, Southeast Asia, and Central and South America are the major regions driving the global micro data center market. Factors like population growth and a surge in e-commerce activities, Asia-Pacific region is encountering a rise in data generated from websites & digital products and services. This results in an increased demand for advanced data centers. Further, the Indian government’s initiatives like Digital India that is intended for transforming the nation into a digitally empowered economy, is expected to contribute to the development of micro data centers in India. The rise in the adoption of cloud computing and big data analytics by leading industry verticals has resulted in an expansion of micro data center market in this region.
In March 2019, Colo provider ScaleMatrix acquired Instant Data Centers, an Arizona based modular micro data center manufactory. ScaleMatrix recently founded a modular enclosure, so the organization will be incorporating instant and highly modular data centers designs into its enclosures. Recently, Vertiv and Switch declared the completion of licensing approval for Switch’s cold and hot aisle containment technology and cooling systems. These licenses broaden Vertiv’s portfolio of integrated infrastructure solutions and thermal management for large industries and edge micro data centers.
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