Singapore Data Center Market Report 2021: Investment Analysis and Growth Opportunities 2021-2026


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Singapore data center market size to witness investments of $ 5 billion by 2026

This Singapore Data Center Market report offers an elaborate analysis of existing and upcoming facilities, data center investments in terms of IT infrastructure, electrical, mechanical, general construction and geography. It discusses the market size and estimation for different segments with regards to investment in facilities.

According to Government Technology Singapore, the government spent approximately $ 3.5 billion on ICT purchases in FY20, focusing on the development of new technological tools to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the development of digital services focused on citizens and businesses, development of ICT systems in the cloud region, modernization of government ICT infrastructure; and the application of data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and sensors in the public sector.

With an internet penetration of 85% and broadband speed set at over 200 Mbps, Singapore has the highest average broadband speeds in Southeast Asia. The country accounted for more than 40% of the area of ​​developed data centers in Southeast Asia in 2020.

Demand for data centers has also increased the use of existing data center (MW) capacity in the market, as colocation service providers have seen strong adoption of their data center spaces by existing customers. Cloud service providers and video conferencing service providers have made significant contributions to the implementation of colocation archiving.

Highlights of the report:

  • Over 30% of companies have implemented cloud computing in Singapore due to increased consumer demand for data services and the growth of connected devices

  • Public cloud market spending exceeded USD 2 billion in 2020 and is expected to increase significantly during the forecast period.

  • Facebook invests in its first self-built facility in Singapore, expected to be operational by 2022

  • Singapore region accounted for over 40% of Southeast Asia developed data center area in 2020

  • IoT-enabled devices have seen high demand for tracking and surveillance services with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in the healthcare sector

  • The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the demand for data center services due to the increase in internet-related services and organizations moving to remote work

  • The electricity regulator Energy Market Authority (EMA) plans to import 100 MW of green power from Malaysia by the end of 2021 to promote green power consumption in Singapore.

  • AWS is building its first renewable energy project in the region to generate over 60 MW of electricity.

  • Fuel cells can be installed at Singapore facilities to reduce OPEX for operators.

Singapore Data Center Market Overview

  • In 2020, the implementation of 5G and the increased use of the internet have increased the demand for cloud storage solutions among organizations in Singapore.

  • Data centers adopt higher bandwidth switches at the aggregation layer, which includes 40/100 GbE switch ports

  • Demand for SDD and NVMe SDD grows from cloud service providers and managed hosts in the country

  • Adoption of Diesel Rotary Uninterruptible Power Systems (DRUPS) including flywheel inverters and diesel generators is high among service providers in Singapore

  • The implementation of the carbon tax in the region has prompted data center operators to switch to high efficiency gas generators to reduce carbon emissions.

  • Low CAPEX lithium-ion battery solutions than traditional VRLA systems are seeing high adoption in facilities.

Singapore Data Center Market Overview

  • In 2020, the implementation of 5G and the increased use of the internet have increased the demand for cloud storage solutions among organizations in Singapore.

  • Data centers are adopting higher bandwidth switches at the aggregation layer, including 40/100 GbE switch ports.

  • Demand for SDD and NVMe SDD is increasing from cloud and managed service providers to hosting providers in the country.

  • The adoption of Diesel Rotary Uninterruptible Power Systems (DRUPS), including flywheel inverters and diesel generators, is high among service providers in Singapore.

  • The implementation of the carbon tax in the region has prompted data center operators to switch to high efficiency gas generators to reduce carbon emissions.

  • Low CAPEX lithium-ion battery solutions than traditional VRLA systems are seeing high adoption in facilities.

  • The emergence of nickel-zinc batteries and the strong adoption of 48V DC UPS systems will also give a major boost to Singapore’s data center market share.

  • The increased deployment of artificial intelligence and machine learning workloads will increase the application of liquid immersion and direct-to-chip cooling systems.

Singapore Data Center Market Vendor Landscape

A multitude of IT infrastructure providers, construction contractors, supporting infrastructure providers and investors make up the Singapore data center market. Vendors are involved in a wave of infrastructure and construction activity.

Arista Networks, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, Dell Technologies, Hewlett, and Packard Enterprise (HPE) are among the leading providers of IT infrastructure. The market also saw the entry of new player Stratus DC Management, which has planned the development of data centers in Singapore.

IT infrastructure providers

Construction service providers

Support infrastructure providers

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  • Rolls-Royce Fuel Systems

  • Rittal

  • Schneider Electric

  • Vertiv Group

Data center investors

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