The Tariff Consultancy Ltd (TCL) Data Centre Middle East - 2012 report was produced and updated during February 2012. The report is an updated version of the 2011 TCL Africa & Middle East report. The previous report was published at the start of 2011 - with Data Centre forecasts in the report running from the end of 2010 to the end of 2015. In this report TCL separates out the Middle East Data Centre as a stand-alone report for the first time. TCL are also publishing an updated version of the Data Centre Africa 2012 report as a separate report. To derive the space forecast in the report TCL have performed a "bottom up" survey of all the identifiable Data Centres in each of the 8 countries (Bahrain, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia & the UAE) in the report, with overall Data Centre raised floor space and utilisation levels as of the end of 2012. The new TCL Data Centre Middle East - 2012 report comemnts on the movements since the earlier 2011 TCL report.
A list of tables & charts A list of companies mentioned in this report Executive Summary Introduction Research Methodology Chapter One A market overview for Data Centres in the Middle East 1.1 Introduction 1.2 A regional overview of Data Centres in the Middle East 1.3 The main Data Centre countries & stages of development 1.4 Challenges for Data Centre operators in the Middle East 1.5 Main demand and supply constraints in the Middle East 1.6 The Up Time Institute Tier Classification for Data Centres 1.7 Data Centre Pricing & Product trends for the region 1.8 Constraints for Data Centre operators in the region 1.9 Power availability for Data Centres 1.10 The main Data Centre business models in the region 1.11Key Point Summary - Overview of the Middle East Data Centre Chapter Two Data Centres in the Middle East 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Data Centres in the Middle East country profiles overview 2.3 Data Centre Country Profiles in the Middle East 2.3.1 Bahrain Data Centre market profile 2.3.2 Israel Data Centre market profile 2.3.3 Jordan Data Centre market profile 2.3.4 Kuwait Data Centre market profile 2.3.5 Oman Data Centre market profile 2.3.6 Qatar Data Centre market profile 2.3.7 Saudi Data Centre market profile 2.3.8 UAE Data Centre market profile Subheadings for each of the above country profiles - A) The market structure for Data Centre Development B) The key Data Centre Players C) The Data Centre business models D) The key demand drivers & constraints for Data Centre development E) Strengths & Weaknesses F) The major new Data Centre build outs G) Indicative monthly per rack pricing 2.4 Key Point Summary - Data Centres in the Middle East Chapter Three Data Centre Middle East - Market size and forecasts 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Overview of Data Centre growth in the Middle East 3.3 Data Centre key market offers & segments in the Middle East 3.4 Data Centre forecast space & utilisation forecast in the Middle East 3.5 Data Centre pricing revenues forecast in the Middle East 3.6 Key Point Summary - Data Centre Middle East market & forecasts Chapter Four Data Centre Middle East - Key Data Centre profiles 4.1 Introduction - Key Data Centre profiles 4.2 Bezeq International Data Centre profile (Israel) 4.3 Electronia Data Centre profile (Saudi Arabia) 4.4 Etisalat Data Centre profile (UAE) 4.5 eHosting DataFort Data Centre profile (UAE) 4.6 Infort Data Centre profile (Bahrain) 4.7 Injazat Data Systems Data Centre profile (UAE) 4.8 Mezza Data Centre profile (Qatar) 4.9 Qatar Data Centre profile (Qatar) 4.10 Key Point Summary - Selected Data Centre profiles Chapter Five Conclusions - The future of the Data Centre in the Middle East Appendix I& Appendix II A list of sources used in this report A brief glossary of terms used in the report
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