Africa Data Centre Report 2021 - 2025
The Africa Data Centre Report 2021 – 2025 forecasts that the African third-party Data Centre market is set to grow rapidly from 2021 onwards although starting from a low installed base. The report is entitled: The Cloud and Data Centre Revolution in Africa.
Compared with other Data Centre markets around the world, Africa is unique in the sense it has a population of over 1.3 billion people and with a total land mass of 30,365,000 km and has the potential to create huge demand for Data Centres and the digital services provided by Data Centre facilities.
To-date only a small portion of the potential demand for African Data Centre space has been met with Africa having a low Data Centre penetration rate compared with other regions.
This report covers details of the 62 Data Centres with 139 facilities now present in 26 countries out of the total of 53 countries in Africa.
The report also looks at the CSPs (Cloud Service Providers), to-date AWS and Microsoft have established their services in Africa the number of cloud users in the region is set to grow sharply according to forecasts.
Geographical coverage of African countries with DC presence
Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Cameroon, Chad, DRC (the Democratic Republic of Congo), Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Libya, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The Africa Data Centre Report 2021 – 2025 contains:
- Executive Summary
- Section One - Introduction – The Africa Data Centre Landscape
- Section Two – Africa Data Centre Country Markets
- Section Three – Profiles of the key Data Centre Players in Africa
- Section Four – Conclusions and Key Trends
- List of Figures
Release date: 23rd July 2020
Number of pages: 101
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