Rising Demand for Plug-and-play Data Centers to Promote the Micro Mobile Data Center Market Growth
The worldwide micro mobile data center market is estimated to reach US$ 16.8 billion by 2032, up from US$ 4.1 billion in 2022, with a CAGR of 15.2% over the forecast period.
Micro mobile data centers are becoming increasingly popular because they are a self-contained infrastructure solution that includes the storage, processing, and networking aspects required to run indoor and outdoor applications in a secure computing environment.
Furthermore, sales of tiny mobile data centers are expected to rise since they are available in standardized prefabricated sizes and allow data center operators to save money and time when compared to typical data center construction methods.
Because of their small size and flexibility, micro mobile data centers are ideal for applications like instant data centers, remote offices and branch offices, and edge computing. The need for mini mobile data centers is fast increasing as a result of this issue.
- based on rack size, the above 40 RU segment is projected to hold the largest micro mobile data center market share and rise at a CAGR of 14.1%.
- During the forecast period, large enterprises are projected to dominate the micro mobile data center market with a CAGR of 13.4%.
- In terms of market share, the U.S. is anticipated to dominate the micro mobile data center market with a CAGR of 14.5%.
- Asia-Pacific micro mobile data center market is experiencing a boom in data generated by digital products and services due to population increase and the advent of e-commerce. The expansion of the micro mobile data center industry in Asia has been fueled by the growth of cloud computing.
The market’s major players are investing in R&D to incorporate the latest technology into their products and launch unique solutions. The key players in the micro mobile data center market are Schneider Electric, Dell Technologies, Vertiv, Eaton, and IBM.
In March 2020, Schneider Electric introduced a cooling solution for edge and mini data centers. This novel method promises to increase cooling efficiency while lowering operating costs.
In August 2019, Rittal announced a collaboration with ABB and HPE to offer turnkey resilient micro-modular datacenters purpose-built for harsh environments, allowing clients to transform data into action in real-time.
In August 2020, Vertiv Environet Alert was announced, a new software service that provides enterprise-level infrastructure monitoring and management capabilities to tiny mobile data centers and edge facilities.