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아프리카의 데이터센터

Data Centers Africa II

리서치사 BroadGroup
발행일 2018년 08월 상품 코드 360868
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아프리카의 데이터센터 Data Centers Africa II
발행일 : 2018년 08월 페이지 정보 : 영문 74 Pages; 42 Tables & Charts

이 페이지에 게재되어 있는 내용은 최신판과 약간 차이가 있을 수 있으므로 영문목차를 함께 참조하여 주시기 바랍니다. 기타 자세한 사항은 문의 바랍니다.

클라우드의 보급 및 모바일 데이터의 이용 증가, 자국내외 주파수대역 확대 등의 다양한 동향이 아프리카 국가 데이터센터 시장의 성장을 촉진하고 있습니다. 전력 공급의 제약에도 불구하고 지역내 데이터센터 오퍼레이터는 급속히 사업 규모를 확대하고 있습니다. 또한 지역내 기업 및 외자계 기업(특히 중국계)에 의한 투자도 활발해지고 있습니다.

아프리카 국가 데이터센터 시장의 상황 개요와 동향에 대해 분석했으며, 지역 전체의 데이터센터 및 관련 인프라의 정비 상황, 국가별 상세 동향, 각국의 대형 서비스 프로바이더 개요와 투자 동향, 기술 진보·시장 성장 전망 등에 대해 조사·추산하여 전해드립니다.


제1장 아프리카 국가의 데이터센터 시장 환경

  • 북부 아프리카
    • 알제리, 이집트, 모로코, 수단, 튀니지
  • 서아프리카
    • 코트디부아르, 가나, 나이지리아, 가봉
  • 동아프리카
    • 에티오피아, 케냐, 르완다, 탄자니아, 우간다
  • 남부 아프리카
    • 앙골라, 보츠와나, 모잠비크, 나미비아, 남아프리카공화국, 잠비아, 마다가스카르

제2장 각국내 주요 데이터센터 오퍼레이터

  • 모로코
  • 튀니지
  • 이집트
  • 나이지리아
  • 가봉
  • 가나
  • 탄자니아
  • 케냐
  • 르완다
  • 아프리카 전체에서 활동하는 오퍼레이터
  • 남아프리카공화국

제3장 하이퍼 스케일·데이터센터 기업에 의한 아프리카 시장에 대한 투자

제4장 각국내 데이터센터 기업의 아프리카 시장 투자

제5장 결론과 예측

  • 주요 결론
  • 데이터센터 면적 예측(국가별, 단위 : 평방미터)
  • 데이터센터 소비전력 예측(국가별, 단위 : MW)
    • 대형 5사의 면적·소비전력
KSA 18.08.07

The new report - Data Centers Africa II - published this August has now been extended to cover 21 countries.

Cloud expansion, mobile data and increased international and domestic bandwidth are collectively driving growth of data centers across Africa. Outside of the top five markets including Nigeria, the report does not forecast much more than incremental growth occurring through the next year.

Research for the report suggested that expansion plans project an increase in m2 of around 28% by the end of 2019. Although power availability is increasing slowly - and with several large scale renewable energy projects in progress - the bulk of power supply resides in South Africa, Kenya, Egypt and Morocco which also represent the bulk of forecast growth of 24% across the same period.

The report also notes the roll out of domestic fiber and FTTH across a number of cities in nine of the 21 countries covered supporting Triple Play services and high-speed broadband for homes and businesses and ready to leverage the future opportunities provided by 5G.

A small number of Pan African players - MTN is among the largest with 48 colocation sites and data center facilities across Africa - have added new modular facilities for mobile switching and to provide colocation space for mobile service providers.

Investment continues to sustain development often with government or Chinese investment funding, in Tanzania, Rwanda and Zambia. Data centers are being included as a part of national infrastructure renewal projects. In addition entrepreneurial projects such as West Africa Data Centres Ltd and its planned expansion to other markets is evidence of new investment potential.

Morocco also leads in Africa by already achieving 32% in renewable solar energy resources and has an ambitious plan to increase this level to 42% by the end of 2020 and 52% by 2030. South Africa has recently unlocked development plans with USD4.7b investment for solar and wind projects which will yield an estimated 2000MW.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Section 1 - The African Data Center Market Landscape

  • North Africa
    • 1.1 Algeria
    • 1.2 Egypt
    • 1.3 Morocco
    • 1.4 Sudan
    • 1.5 Tunisia
  • West Africa
    • 1.6 Cote d'Ivoire
    • 1.7 Ghana
    • 1.8 Nigeria
    • 1.9 Gabon
  • East Africa
    • 1.10 Ethiopia
    • 1.11 Kenya
    • 1.12 Rwanda
    • 1.13Tanzania
    • 1.14 Uganda
  • Southern Africa Region
    • 1.15 Angola
    • 1.16 Botswana
    • 1.17 Mozambique
    • 1.18 Namibia
    • 1.19 South Africa
    • 1.20 Zambia
    • 1.21 Madagascar

Section 2 - Key Domestic Data Center Operators

  • 2.1 Morocco
  • 2.2 Tunisia
  • 2.3 Egypt
  • 2.4 Nigeria
  • 2.5 Gabon
  • 2.6 Ghana
  • 2.7 Tanzania
  • 2.8 Kenya
  • 2.9 Rwanda
  • 2.10 Pan Africa Operators
  • 2.11 South Africa

Section 3 - Hyperscale Data Center Players investing in Africa

Section 4 - Local Data Center Players investing in Africa

Section 5 - Conclusions and Forecasts - 2018-2019

  • 5.1 Key Conclusions
  • 5.2 Forecast m2
  • 5.2.1 Top 5 Capacity Markets
  • 5.3 Forecast MW
  • 5.3.1 Top 5 Power Markets


  • Fig.1 Key subsea cable developments connecting Africa (Source: BroadGroup)
  • Fig.2 Cable Landing systems Algeria (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.3 Fibre systems Algeria (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.4 Cable Landing systems Egypt (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.5 Fibre systems Egypt (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.6 Cable Landing systems Morocco (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.7 Fibre systems Morocco (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.8 Cable Landing systems Sudan (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.9 Fibre systems Sudan (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.10 Cable Landing systems Tunisia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.11 Fibre systems Tunisia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.12 Cable Landing systems Cote D'Ivoire (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.13 Fibre systems Cote D'Ivoire (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.14 Cable Landing systems Ghana (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.15 Fibre systems Ghana (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.16 Cable Landing systems Nigeria (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.17 Fibre systems Nigeria (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.18 Cable Landing systems Gabon (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.19 Fibre systems Gabon (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.20 Cable Landing systems Ethiopia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.21 Fibre systems Ethiopia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.22 Cable Landing systems Kenya (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.23 Fibre systems Kenya (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.24 Fibre systems Rwanda (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.25 Cable Landing systems Tanzania (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.26 Fibre systems Tanzania (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.27 Fibre systems Uganda (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.28 Cable Landing systems Angola (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.29 Fibre systems Botswana (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.30 Cable Landing systems Mozambique (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.31 Fibre systems Mozambique (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.32 Cable Landing systems Namibia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.33 Fibre systems Namibia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.34 Cable Landing systems South Africa (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.35 Fibre systems South Africa (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.36 Fibre systems Zambia (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.37 Cable Landing systems Madagascar (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.38 Fibre systems Madagascar (Source BroadGroup)
  • Fig.39 Forecast African markets in m2 2018-2019 (Source: BroadGroup)
  • Fig.40 Forecast % share of African markets in m2 2018-2019 (Source: BroadGroup)
  • Fig.41 Forecast increase African markets in power (MW) 2018-2019 (Source: BroadGroup)
  • Fig.42 Forecast % share of African markets in MW 2018-2019 (Source: BroadGroup)
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