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America to Lead Global Data Centre Infrastructure Management Market, Reports Technavio

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FREMONT, CA: Technavio, in its report named ‘Global Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Market 2016-2020’, states that DCIM market will grow at a CAGR of more than 11 percent over the forecast period of 2016-2020.

DCIM solutions help make the best use of IT resources in a data centre. Cooling infrastructure plays a huge role by cooling down a server as it runs at its full capacity emitting a huge amount of heat. Also with several technological advancements such as cloud, big data, IoT, and virtualization, the data centre environment is becoming increasingly complex.  This has given rise to the increasing adoption of containerized data centres. A containerized data centre is pre-installed in a shipping container and is portable.

DCIM has already made a huge progress in the market due to increased popularity of monitoring and management tools that help in operating energy-efficient data centre facilities. Companies like ABB and Siemens have witnessed a rapid growth with their infrastructure solutions.

America leads the DCIM market with more than 47 percent of the total market shares. It is expected to reach USD 888 million by 2020. In the Americas, the US leads the spending on data centres. Data centre operators are compelled to adopt DCIM solutions by the government there to reduce power consumption and carbon emission. EMEA stands next to America with its growing adoption of cloud-based services by small and medium sized enterprises. The DCIM market in APAC is expected to reach USD 530 million by 2020, growing at a CAGR of over 16 percent.

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