Increasing storage densities, workloads, and a high number of servers in the infrastructure is driving the demand for data center liquid cooling market to avoid excessive heating. As a result, solution manufacturers have developed liquid-based offerings to address such high-density requirements. Additionally, to reduce the high network latency in conventional facilities, several edge data centers have emerged, further driving the industry growth. Dense computing features and remote locations of these infrastructures require efficient cooling due to the high amount of heat generation, further increasing the data center liquid cooling market demand.
The trend of AI and machine learning implementations in newly developed software & industrial solutions is driving the industry growth. The introduction of TPU 3.0 by Google in its data centers created the requirement for efficient cooling solutions resulting in the deployment of liquid coolers across several locations. The data center liquid cooling market is hindered by the lack of regulations & standards for manufacturing such solutions. This phenomenon can result in harmful effects on the complex infrastructures. Also, the implementation of these advanced products requires two cooling systems as compared to one in air-based cooling, which limits the deployment cases.
Colocation application in the data center liquid cooling market is expected to witness a high growth rate due to the establishment of several colocation facilities across the globe. The increasing requirement of managing high data storage capabilities in various industry verticals, such as BFSI, IT & telecom, etc., is responsible for the establishment of colocation facilities. As a result, liquid coolers are being used across various regional infrastructures. Additionally, the increasing data components in IT & telecom sectors owing to enhanced mobile connectivity, utilization of 5G networks, and usage of the internet is a major factor accounting the data center liquid cooling market growth.
Large data centers dominated the market with an overall revenue of over 75% generated in 2017 due to the high adoption of these solutions to address complex & dense storage capabilities of these infrastructures. Data center liquid cooling market products are developed with the ability to support efficient cooling of the high-density components and also support the AI integrations. The emergence of edge & colocation facilities across various regions and industry verticals is a major factor driving the growth of the solution segment. Small & medium sized infrastructures also have the requirement for these products due to the incompatibility and inefficiency of air-based coolers.
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Speaking of the regional expanse of the data center liquid cooling market, it would be prudent to state that APAC and Europe are two prominent geographical revenue pockets for the industry. Asia Pacific data center liquid cooling market will witness significant growth over the ensuing years, driven by the increase in data capabilities brought forth by the growing digitalization in every possible industry sector.
The expansion of the Europe data center liquid cooling market can be majorly credited to the massive presence of numerous colocation facilities across the continent. Powered by the advent of robust digitization across the industries such as BFSI and medical care, in tandem with the rapid adoption of machine learning technology in the region, Europe data center liquid cooling industry share is set to soar high in the years to come.
Liquid-based cooling solutions have more heat removal capabilities & can reduce a data center’s power consumption by about 70%. The paradigm shift toward high energy consuming applications and the deployment of AI, big data and machine learning will mandate the adoption of liquid cooling solutions for smoother operations in the years ahead. Reports from Global Market Insights, Inc. cite that the data center liquid cooling market will exceed the $2.5 billion mark by 2025.
Leading players in the data center liquid cooling market include Alfa Laval, Rittal GmbH & Co. Kg, Schneider Electric, Vertiv Co., Chilldyne Inc., Asetek AS, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, CoolIT Systems Inc., Liquid Cool Solutions, etc. These companies continuously develop new cooling solutions with capabilities to cool highly dense storage components.