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Hyperscale Data Centers in Finland:Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2019 to 2025

  • ID 125405
  • Jul 2019
  • 159 pages
  • WinterGreen Research

This 2019 study has 159 pages and 69 tables and figures. Growth is based on the implementation of energy-efficient data centers. Access to locations across the world through strategically placed cables promises to make Finland the location of choice for a data center.

Google PUE of 1.1 in Finland is unmatched anywhere else in the world. The climatic environment is an asset in Finland as data centers need cooling. The scale is everything in the era of Clos architecture of the data center and optical transceivers for inside the data center. Data moves at the speed of light around the network inside the data center so scale is important. Outside the mega data center, the charter is to leverage international cable infrastructure. Plans are attracting investment in data communications access in Finland that provides worldwide reach with millisecond data transmission anywhere.

According to Susan Eustis, principal author of the study, “The communication of data accurately is a demanding task. The data centers in Finland are poised to be world-class, supporting interconnectivity to the US, Europe, and Asia.”

The market for Hyperscale Data Centers in Finland sector at $5 billion in 2018 is expected to be worth $17 billion by 2025. Growth is based on the implementation of streaming mobile smartphone network connectivity, tablet use for mobile computing, Internet apps, cloud computing, IoT, and business process management systems (BPM) that support collaboration. 5G processes API components to support technology innovation and change. Hyperscale data center implementation is a key aspect of those aspects of web process making IT flexible and adaptable. Finland has land and renewable energy capability to make data centers efficient. The cold climate is an asset when cooling heat generated by the computing infrastructure.

Key Topics:

Hyperscale Data Centers
Mega Data Centers
Efficient Data Centers
Google PUE of 1.1 in Finland
Finland Data Communication
World-class data centers
Business Ecosystems Networks
Colocation Service Equipment
Round Trip Delay Table
Cloud Exchange Fabric Data
Transport
Arctic Connect Cableway

1. Finish Data Center Market Description and Driving Forces
1.1 Finland: Business Environment for Data Centers
1.2 Economy Runs on Efficient Digital Data Networks and Intelligent Software Solutions
1.2.1 Cinia Group Leads the Sea Lion Initiative
1.2.2 Sea Lion Submarine Data Network Cable
1.2.3 Factors Supporting Data Centers in Finland: Low Cost of Energy
1.3 Finland: Data Centre Powerhouse
1.4 Data Centers to Generate Revenue

2. Finish Hyper Data Center Market Shares and Forecasts
2.1 Finland Data Center Market
2.2 Finland Data Center Market Shares
2.3 Finland Data Center Market Forecast
2.3.1 Data Center Growth
2.3.2 Data Center Revenue Market Forecast Worldwide

3. Hyperscale Data Centers in Finland: Descriptions
3.1 Data Centres in Finland
3.1.1 Data Centers in Finland
3.1.2 Data Center Risk Index: Finland
3.1.3 Businesses in Finland support good digital infrastructure
3.1.4 Finland Data Center Investment Opportunities:
3.1.5 Large-Scale Data Centres in Finland
3.2 Google
3.2.1 Google Seawater Cooling System
3.2.2 Google Finland Wind Power Purchase Agreements
3.3 Yandex
3.3.1 Yandex Heating a Finnish City with Data Centre
3.4 Finland Data Center - hotelmodularconstruction.com
3.5 Equinix
3.5.1 Equinix Finland Gateway Between the East and West
3.6 Ficolo €50m Helsinki Data Center - DCD
3.7 Tieto Construction of Finland Data Center - DCD
3.8 Telia Finland Oyj
3.8.1 Telia Finland, Telia Helsinki Datacenter
3.8.2 Telia Construction
3.8.3 Telia Renewable Energy Use and Consumer Home Heating
3.9 Data Center Operator Hetzner Online
3.9.1 Hetzner Online Finland Data Center Cheap Electricity and Free Cooling
3.9.2 Finland Offers Data Center Operations Competitive Advantage to Hetzner Online
3.9.3 Hetzner Finland Data Center Ready for Expansion
3.9.4 Hetzner Finland Trusted Data Center Location
3.9.5 Hetzner in Finland
3.10 Finland Aiber Networks Data Center
3.11 Data Centers Are Big, Designs are Complex
3.11.1 Componentization
3.11.2 Line of Business Loses Control of Hardware Servers
3.11.3 Mega Data Center Cloud Construction Complexities: Multi-Threading
3.11.4 Mega Data Center Cloud Manufacturing Challenges: Scale
3.11.5 Data Center Infrastructure Construction Scale
3.11.6 Microsoft
3.11.7 Level of Mega Data Center Design Expected by Client / Supply Chain; Design Intent, IFC

4. Finish Data Center Technology
4.1 Finland Digital Services Ecosystem
4.2 Cinia cWave Reliable Connectivity Service
4.2.1 Cinia cWave Technical Features
4.2.2 C-Lion1 Submarine Cable Optical Infrastructure
4.3 Liquid Cooling
4.4 Microsoft Under-Sea Data Center
4.5 Major Vendors in Western Europe And Nordic Data Center Market

5. Finish Hyper Data Center Company Profiles
5.1 Cinia
5.1.1 Cinia Colocation Service
5.1.2 Cinia International Connectivity
5.1.3 Cinia Service Quality Measurement and IT Monitoring
5.2 Data Center Finland Oy
5.3 Digitice
5.4 Google
5.5 Ficolo
5.6 Equinix
5.6.1 Equinix Finland Data Centres
5.6.2 Equinix Cloud Ecosystem
5.6.3 Equinix Interconnection in Helsinki
5.6.4 Equinix Data Center as a Revenue Center
5.6.5 Equinix Certifications & Standards
5.6.6 Equinix Customers in Finland
5.7 Fujitsu
5.8 Microsoft
5.8.1 Microsoft / Nokia
5.8.2 Google Cloud Data in Hamina, Finland Provides Better Data Security than Data in Singapore, Managed by Amazon Web Services
5.9 Neoxen Systems
5.10 North Shore DC's
5.10.1 The Arctic Connect Cableway
5.10.2 North Shore DC Engineering Services for International Operators
5.11 Silent Partner Group of Companies
5.12 Telia
5.12.1 TeliaSonera Builds Finland’s Largest Shared Data Center
5.13 Tieto

6. The Publisher
6.1 Research Methodology

List of Figures

Figure 1. Hetzner Finland Locations Serve Asia:

Figure 2. Data Centers in Finland Have Global Reach with Mili-second Transfer Rates

Figure 3. Google's Hamina Data Centre with PUE of 1.1

Figure 4. Finland Data Center Power, Market Shares, 2018

Figure 5. Finland Data Center Market Forecast, 2019 - 2025

Figure 6. Finland Cinia Fiber Optic Network Functions

Figure 7. Data Center General Construction Segments

Figure 8. Advantages of Locating Datacenter in North of Europe

Figure 9. Challenges of Locating A Datacenter in North of Europe

Figure 10. Cinia Has Finished Laying the New Baltic Fiber-Optic Subsea Cable Linking Finland And Germany

Figure 11. Google's Hamina Data Centre

Figure 12. Data Center Supply Chain Revenue Generation Functions

Figure 13. Finland Data Center Power, Market Shares, 2018

Figure 14. Finland Data Center Power, Market Shares, 2018

Figure 15. Finland Data Center Market Forecast, 2019 - 2025

Figure 16. Data Centers in Finland Have Global Reach with Mili-second Transfer Rates

Figure 17. Finland Data Center Revenue Market Forecast, Dollars, 2019 - 2025

Figure 18. Equinix Cloud Exchange Fabric Data Transport Between Data Centers

Figure 19. Finland Data Centers

Figure 20. List of Selected Finland Data Centers

Figure 21. Finnish Data Center Campus and Site Opportunities

Figure 22. Finland Data center Investment opportunities:

Figure 23. Telia Finland

Figure 24. Hetzner Offers A Low-Cost Colocation Location in Europe

Figure 25. Hetzner Finland Locations Serve Asia:

Figure 26. Cloud 2.0 Mega Data Center Evolution

Figure 27. Key Challenges of Enterprise IT Datacenters:

Figure 28. Multi-threading Manages Pathways from One Node to Another Node

Figure 29. Google Mega Data Center Scale

Figure 30. Key Cloud Mega IT Data Center Challenges:

Figure 31. Data Center Infrastructure Construction Scale

Figure 32. Microsoft Data Center, Dublin, 550,000 Sf

Figure 33. Container Area in The Microsoft Data Center in Chicago

Figure 34. An Aerial View of the Microsoft Data Center in Quincy, Washington 94

Figure 35. Microsoft San Antonio Data Centers, 470,000 SF

Figure 36. Microsoft 3rd Data Center in Bexar Could Employ 150

Figure 37. Finland as a Member of the Global Digital Services Ecosystem Company Descriptions

Figure 38. Finland as a Member of the Global Digital Services Ecosystem Companies

Figure 39. Cinia cWAVE Connectivity Service

Figure 40. Cinia Network

Figure 41. C-Lion1 Network Delay, RTD (Round Trip Delay Table)

Figure 42. Cinia C-Wave Capacity Service Options

Figure 43. C-Wave Available Capacities and Supported Interfaces

Figure 44. Benefits Of C-Lion1

Figure 45. C-Lion1 - Submarine Cable Description

Figure 46. Liquid Cooling System for Server

Figure 47. Microsoft Under-Sea Data Center

Figure 48. Major Vendors in Western Europe and Nordic Data Center Market

Figure 49. Hyper-Scale Data Center Companies

Figure 50. Data Center Scale-Of-Business Criteria

Figure 51. World’s Largest Cloud Platforms

Figure 52. Market Growth Factors for World’s Largest Cloud Platforms

Figure 53. Cinia Infrastructure Services

Figure 54. Cinia Infrastructure Services

Figure 55. Cinia Colocation Service Equipment

Figure 56. Cinia Colocation Equipment

Figure 57. Cinia International Connectivity

Figure 58. Cinia Supports Data Centre Capacity Business Operations

Figure 59. Equinix Finland Data Centres Features

Figure 60. Equinix Data Centre Private Cloud Benefits:

Figure 61. Equinix Data Centers in Helsinki, Finland

Figure 62. Equinix Cloud Ecosystem Services

Figure 63. Equinix Cloud Ecosystem Solutions

Figure 64. Equinix Cloud Ecosystem Data Centre Locations

Figure 65. Equinix: One of Six International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) Data Centres in Finland

Figure 66. Equinix Switches for Business Ecosystems Networks

Figure 67. Equinix Certifications & Standards Met

Figure 68. Neoxen Systems Partners

Figure 69. Silent Partner Consortium Members

Cinia

Data Center Finland Oy

Digitice

Equinix

Ficolo

Fujitsu

Google

Microsoft

Neoxen Systems

Nokia

North Shore DC

Silent Partner Group of Companies

Telia

Tieto

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