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The African Data Center Is Still Rising


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Our African Data Center Report, the second edition of our “Africa Data Center Rises” series, offers what we believe is the most comprehensive independent report available on the African Multi-Tenant Data Center (MTDC) colocation space.

The report analyzes colocation demand and supply dynamics, lays out the most attractive markets (not all are), competitive structure and key player strategies. It explores key questions surrounding the African MTDC colocation market from the mundane, yet critical (how many colo data centers are there exactly in Africa, how big is the market, who are the key players), to the more incisive, if complicated.

A reference document for any investor in African cloud and colocation markets, all in Xalam’s identifiable no-nonsense, economics-focused style.

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The African Data Center Rises – How the Race to the Cloud is Transforming African Colocation Markets

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The “African Data Center Rises” report provides an unprecedented view into the dynamics underpinning the African Multi-Tenant Data Center (MTDC) colocation market. This report, the second edition of our “Africa Data Center Rises” series, offers the most comprehensive independent report available on the African MTDC colocation space.

We analyze colocation demand and supply dynamics, lay out the most attractive markets (not all are), competitive structure and key player strategies. We explore key questions surrounding the African MTDC colocation market from the mundane to the more complicated.

A reference document for any investor in African cloud and colocation markets, all in Xalam’s identifiable no-nonsense, economics-focused style.

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The “African Data Center Rises – How the Race to the Cloud is Transforming African Colocation Markets” report provides an unprecedented view into the dynamics underpinning the African Multi-Tenant Data Center (MTDC) colocation market. This report, the second edition of our “Africa Data Center Rises” series, offers what we believe is the most comprehensive independent report available on the African MTDC colocation space.

We analyze colocation demand and supply dynamics, lay out the most attractive markets (not all are), competitive structure and key player strategies. We explore key questions surrounding the African MTDC colocation market from the mundane, yet critical (how many colo data centers are there exactly in Africa, how big is the market, who are the key players), to the more incisive, if complicated (Can African colo players survive on colo only, should African telcos sell their data center assets, how much is Teraco worth, which markets are the most attractive, etc.).

A reference document for any investor in African cloud and colocation markets, all in Xalam’s identifiable no-nonsense, economics-focused style.

The “African Data Center Rises – How the Race to the Cloud is Transforming African Colocation Markets” report provides an unprecedented view into the dynamics underpinning the African Multi-Tenant Data Center (MTDC) colocation market. This report, the second edition of our “Africa Data Center Rises” series, offers what we believe is the most comprehensive independent report available on the African MTDC colocation space.

We analyze colocation demand and supply dynamics, lay out the most attractive markets (not all are), competitive structure and key player strategies. We explore key questions surrounding the African MTDC colocation market from the mundane, yet critical (how many colo data centers are there exactly in Africa, how big is the market, who are the key players), to the more incisive, if complicated (Can African colo players survive on colo only, should African telcos sell their data center assets, how much is Teraco worth, which markets are the most attractive, etc.).

A reference document for any investor in African cloud and colocation markets, all in Xalam’s identifiable no-nonsense, economics-focused style.

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The African Data Center Rises – How the Race to the Cloud is Transforming African Colocation Markets

$1,500.00$2,000.00

The “African Data Center Rises” report provides an unprecedented view into the dynamics underpinning the African Multi-Tenant Data Center (MTDC) colocation market. This report, the second edition of our “Africa Data Center Rises” series, offers the most comprehensive independent report available on the African MTDC colocation space.

We analyze colocation demand and supply dynamics, lay out the most attractive markets (not all are), competitive structure and key player strategies. We explore key questions surrounding the African MTDC colocation market from the mundane to the more complicated.

A reference document for any investor in African cloud and colocation markets, all in Xalam’s identifiable no-nonsense, economics-focused style.

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Product Summary

The “African Data Center Rises – How the Race to the Cloud is Transforming African Colocation Markets” report provides an unprecedented view into the dynamics underpinning the African Multi-Tenant Data Center (MTDC) colocation market. This report, the second edition of our “Africa Data Center Rises” series, offers what we believe is the most comprehensive independent report available on the African MTDC colocation space.

We analyze colocation demand and supply dynamics, lay out the most attractive markets (not all are), competitive structure and key player strategies. We explore key questions surrounding the African MTDC colocation market from the mundane, yet critical (how many colo data centers are there exactly in Africa, how big is the market, who are the key players), to the more incisive, if complicated (Can African colo players survive on colo only, should African telcos sell their data center assets, how much is Teraco worth, which markets are the most attractive, etc.).

A reference document for any investor in African cloud and colocation markets, all in Xalam’s identifiable no-nonsense, economics-focused style.