APAC Data Center Cooling Market Expected To Grow At

New York, July 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “APAC Data Center Cooling Market – Industry Outlook & Forecast 2021-2026” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06106162/? Utm_source = GNW
91% in 2021-2026.

The APAC data center market is growing steadily. Ongoing investments from hyperscale and cloud service providers such as AWS, Microsoft, Google and Alibaba are driving growth in APAC data center cooling market share. Upcoming 5G technology installations in various countries are increasing the demand for new installations in technology-driven countries. Many data centers in the region have air and water cooling systems. A few countries, namely China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, benefit from cooling systems that support free cooling and reduce energy consumption. Data center operators are trying new and innovative methods to ensure that facility cooling can be performed through alternative methods to reduce the PUE of the data center facility. To increase efficiency and reduce energy consumption in facilities, especially in supporting infrastructure such as cooling systems, service operators select zones that support free cooling.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the APAC data center cooling market during the forecast period:
• Growing deployments of 5G and Edge data centers
• Growing adoption of AI and ML workloads
• Impact of COVID-19 on demand from data centers
• Growing adoption of cloud services

The study considers the current scenario of the APAC Data Center Cooling market and its market dynamics for the period 2020-2026. It covers a detailed overview of several catalysts, restraints and trends for market growth. The report presents both demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and reviews the top companies and other leading companies operating in the market.

The APAC Data Center Cooling market research report includes detailed segmentation by cooling infrastructure, cooling system, cooling technique, tier standard, and geography. Data center operators are looking for efficient solutions to reduce their CAPEX and OPEX, conserve data center space, and reduce power to cooling units. Most modern facilities are built based on ASHRAE data center cooling guidelines and Uptime Institute level standards for redundant design. The amount of cooling systems used is based on the facility’s IT load, system capabilities, cost, and future needs. The adoption of these units depends on cost and efficiency, which are likely to play an important role in the selection of suppliers.

Modern CRAC and CRAH systems used in data centers are precision air conditioners. The use of CRAC units is highest among APAC facilities, and most of these facilities use air cooling systems. With new facilities being built to handle over 10MW of IT load, these facilities use multiple CRAC and CRAH units spread across data rooms and containment designs. Most APAC installations are designed with N + N CRAC or CRAH units. Data centers are now built with flexible designs in which additional capacity or high power units can be incorporated within days or weeks, depending on customer needs.

In data centers, air cooling solutions include DX-based CRAC units, free solutions, air cooler cooling, and dry coolers. Free-cooling solutions are gaining momentum compared to liquid solutions. Data center operators in China, South Korea, Australia, and Japan are ramping up free solutions and their systems. The market is seeing strong adoption of evaporative coolers that facilitate partial cooling, with indoor CRAC units used in facilities.

Several facilities built in recent times are Tier III compliant due to an increased need for redundant components to support critical applications in data centers. In APAC, several underdeveloped projects fall under the Tier III category. This trend is expected to continue throughout the forecast period. Many operators are expected to move to the Tier IV category due to the growth in power density of racks and critical applications.

Segmentation by cooling infrastructure
• Cooling systems
• Other mechanical infrastructure

Segmentation by cooling system
• CRAC & CRAH units
• Cooling units
• Cooling towers
• Dry condensers and coolers
• Economizers and evaporative coolers
• Other cooling units

Segmentation by cooling technique
• Air-based cooling technique
• Liquid-based cooling technique
o Water-based cooling technique
o Cooling technique by direct immersion and liquid

Segmentation by level of standards
• Level I and Level II
• Level III
• Level IV


China and Hong Kong are the main markets for APAC data center operations. The data center cooling market in China and Hong Kong is expected to reach $ 1,153.3 million by 2026. The increasing number of upcoming projects is fueling the growth of the APAC data center cooling market. Alibaba has announced an investment of more than $ 28 billion over three years in its cloud infrastructure in China, which will drive demand for cooling solutions. Some APAC countries, such as India and Indonesia, are experiencing strong population growth, which creates a high demand for data storage, accelerating the development of the APAC market.

Segmentation by geography
o China & Hong Kong
o Australia and New Zealand
o Rest of APAC
o South East Asia
Other Southeast Asian Countries


In recent years, the increasing consumption of electricity by data center cooling units has led to multiple innovations in the market from suppliers. Initiatives such as the Open Commute projects are expected to bring several new techniques and technologies to the market, thus increasing competition among suppliers. The players are increasing their presence in developing countries such as Southeast Asia, which is expected to drive the revenue growth of the APAC Data Center Cooling market.

Key suppliers
• Rittal
• Schneider Electric
• Stulz
• Vertiv Group

Other important suppliers
• 3M
• Aermec
• Airsys
• Asetek
• Austin Hughes Electronics
• Black Box network services
• Carrier
• Citec International
• ClimateWorx
• Climaveneta climate technologies (Mitsubishi Electric)
• Colt International
• Condair Group
• Contég
• Cooler Master technology
• APPLIED DAIKIN (Daikin Industries)
• Degree controls (Nova Instruments)
• Delta Group
• ebm-papst
• Eco-cooling
• Envicool
• Electric Fuji
• Cooling down the green revolution (GRC)
• Huawei Technologies
• Iceotope
• Johnson controls
• Kelvion Holding
• LiquidStack
• Kyoto Cooling
• Great
• Lennox International
• Motivation
• Munters
• Nortek aerial solutions
• nVent
• Prasa Infocom & Power Solutions (Prasa)
• Quantech (Renovo Zhuhai)
• Shanghai Shenglin M&E Technology
• Siemens
• SPX cooling technologies
• Stellar energy
• Submerged
• Swegon Group
• SWEP International
• Systecon
• Trane (Ingersoll Rand)
• Upstream technologies
• Wakefield-Vette


1. What is the Asia-Pacific Data Center Cooling Market CAGR?
2. What is the current size of the Indian data center cooling market?
3. Who are the key players in the APAC data center cooling market?
4. What is the impact of COVID-19 on the APAC data center cooling market?
5. What are the opportunities and trends in the APAC data center cooling market?
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