Thailand Market Investment and Opportunity Analysis Report 2022-2027 includes key investors

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Dublin, September 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Thailand Data Center Market – Investment Analysis and Growth Opportunities 2022-2027” Report added to Show.

Thailand has seen construction of data center facilities with a white floor space of more than 105,000 square feet in 2021 and will add a cumulative space of more than 870,000 square feet between 2022 and 2027.

The market has seen many new entrants in the data center and cloud market. For example, Telehouse and Chindata Group were among the new entrants to the data center, followed by Alibaba Cloud which announced the new Cloud District, which is expected to be available online in 2022.

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Digitization across the country driven by COVID-19, availability of tax incentives, rollout of 5G services, and better connectivity with other Asian countries like China, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan and others make Thailand an attractive market for investors.

In Thailand, operators are required to obtain a Promotion Board of Investment (BOI) certification to plan, set up and operate data centers. The entry of new players such as Telehouse and Chindata Group and the development of cloud areas by major operators such as Tencent Cloud and Alibaba Cloud are likely to attract more global players to invest in the market during the forecast period.

The three companies, AIS (Advanced Info Service), Singtel and Gulf Energy, have formed a joint venture to develop data centers across the country. Construction is scheduled to begin and is expected to be online by 2023.

The country is also seeing the deployment of modular data centers. For example, Huawei Technologies has invested about $23 million to develop a third modular data center in the country. Bangkok is the prime location for data center investment in Thailand. The establishment of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and Free Trade Zones (FTZs) and the availability of infrastructure will attract investors to develop data center facilities in the coming years.

The development of data centers in the Eastern Corridor may attract customers close to the heavy industry (automobile, manufacturing, petrochemical) and food processing industries to choose their IT operations in the data center.

Why should you buy this research?

  • Market size is available in investment, area, power capacity, and localization market revenue in Thailand.

  • Evaluation of data center investment in Thailand by co-location, super metrics, and enterprise operators.

  • Data center investments in area (square feet) and energy capacity (MW) across cities.

  • Detailed study of the current data center market landscape in Thailand, in-depth analysis of the industry, and insightful forecasts about the size of the data center market in Thailand during the forecast period.

  • Snapshot of current and upcoming 3rd party data center facilities in Thailand

  • Covered facilities (list): 32

  • Specific facilities (coming): 03

  • Coverage: 7 cities

  • Current vs. Upcoming (Data Center Region)

  • Current vs. Upcoming (IT Load Capacity)

  • Datacenter Shared Marketplace in Thailand

  • Market Revenue and Forecast (2021-2027)

  • Retail pricing

  • Explore Thailand Data Center Landscape Market Investments in Information Technology, Energy, Refrigeration, and General Building Services with Scaling and Forecasting.

  • Comprehensive analysis of the latest trends, growth rate, potential opportunities, growth constraints and industry prospects.

  • Business overview and product offerings of prominent IT infrastructure providers, building contractors, supporting infrastructure providers and industry investors.

  • Transparent research methodology and analysis of supply and demand aspects of the market.

The main points of the report

  • Thailand has about 32 joint operational data centers. Most co-location data centers are developed according to Level 3 standards. The country has a global data center operator NTT Global Data Centers, which operates two facilities and is certified as Tier III.

  • The impact of COVID-19, teleworking has increased data generation at local levels. In addition, digital transformation, deployment of 5G services, and adoption of cloud-based services has increased the demand for data centers in the country.

  • The increasing adoption of cloud-based services is aiding the growth of retail and wholesale services in the market. The market is seeing an increase in the demand for shared spaces across existing data centers.

  • Small businesses across industries such as educational institutions, e-commerce, insurance, cloud startups, public sector (city councils), and others (mentioned above) prefer retail sites and other services such as cloud hosting/connection management based solutions.

  • The wholesale order will come from local governments, travel and tourism, the BFSI sector, and hospitals (especially those operating across Thailand).

  • The superlative demand will come from content providers and cloud operators, followed by leading e-commerce companies, public sector agencies, and the banking sector.

  • We believe that Vantage Data Centers, Equinix, Digital Realty, Flow Digital and Princeton Digital Group may enter the market in the next few years.

  • The deployment of 5G networks will boost the country’s digital economy and will lead to increased demand for high-bandwidth network infrastructure. The adoption of Software Defined Networks (SDN) is likely to increase due to smart city initiatives implemented by government agencies.

Landscape of a data center vendor in Thailand

  • Some of the major investors in Thailand’s data center industries are Telehouse, Chindata Group, True IDC, Singtel, Gulf Energy, AIS, Korea Telecom (KT), Jasmine Telecom Systems (JTS), ST Telemedia Global Data Centers and Frasers Property Thailand.

  • Superband operator Amazon Web Services has announced its plan to build and operate high-end areas across Bangkok. The regions are expected to be online by 2022-2023.

  • The country is also experiencing an increase in the development of cloud areas. Tencent Cloud opened its second cloud zone in Bangkok in June 2021. In addition, Alibaba Cloud also announced its plan to develop a new cloud zone in the country.

  • Chindata Group, one of the new entrants in the market, has announced that it is finalizing a business acquisition in the country and will install 5MW of IT capacity.

  • Telecom operators such as True Corporation, AIS (Advanced Info Service) and dtac have deployed 5G technology in some cities on a trial basis or launched commercial 5G services.

  • Data center operators are increasing their market share and presence across the country either by acquiring data center operators or investing in the company. For example, in January 2022, Etix Everywhere (Vantage Data Centers) acquired about 67% of the shares of Genesis Data Center by investing approximately $10.8 million.

major sellers

IT Infrastructure Providers

  • Arista Networks

  • Atos

  • Cisco Systems

  • Dell Technologies

  • Fujitsu

  • HP

  • Huawei Technologies

  • IBM

  • Important

  • Lenovo

  • net app

Data center building contractors and subcontractors

Infrastructure Provider Support

Data Center Investors

  • Alibaba cloud

  • Huawei Technologies

  • Internet Thailand

  • KT . Company

  • Tencent cloud

  • True IDC

new entrants

Main topics covered:

Chapter 1: Existing and Upcoming Third Party Data Centers in Thailand

  • Historical market scenario

  • 30+ Unique Data Center Features

  • The data center is the load capacity

  • White data center floor space

  • Current data center capacity vs. centers capacity by cities

  • Covered Cities

  • Bangkok

  • other cities

Chapter 2: Investment Opportunities in Thailand

Chapter 3: The Data Center Assembly Market in Thailand

  • Hosting services market in Thailand

  • Retail pricing (quarter shelf, half shelf, full shelf) and extras

  • Wholesale pricing (per kWh)

  • Retail and Wholesale Locations Market Forecast 2022-2027

Chapter 4: Market Dynamics

  • Market Drivers

  • Market trends

  • market restrictions

Chapter Five: Market Segmentation

  • IT Infrastructure: Market Size and Forecast

  • Electrical Infrastructure: Market Size and Forecast

  • Mechanical Infrastructure: Market Size and Forecast

  • General Construction Services: Market Size and Forecast

Chapter 6: Standard Level of Investment

  • First and second level

  • The third level

  • fourth level

Chapter Seven: Main Market Participants

Chapter 8: Supplement

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