The data center is the necessity of time as everyone needs a secure place to keep things safe and private. These centers are the solution to large-scale as well as small-scale businesses to keep their IT infrastructures. Apart from data safety and storage places, data centers are essential to promote global connectivity. These data centers have been in use 24/7, throughout the year. After all, we need on-demand, premium, and real-time accessibility to personal and professional data, anywhere and anytime.

If we start looking at certain IT trends from the past few years, you will be left awestruck. You will observe significant fundamental changes coming down the line.

All you need to know about Datacenters Statistics – incredible Facts and Figures

With a total of $270 billion by 2020, the spending on combined end-user on cloud services is expected to increase to $397.5 billion by the end of 2022

By the end of 2022, almost 10% of global-wide IT organizations will go serverless.

About 562 Hyperscale data centers have been seen existing by the end of 2019 as per the data center statistics

As the universal reports say, the spending on cloud services has increased up to $41.8 billion by the 1st quarter of 2021 worldwide. Compared to the first quarter of 2020, it makes 35% annual growth and about 5% quarter-on-quarter upsurge. Regarding the monetary relations, about $11 billion more was consumed than in the first quarter of 2020 and virtually $2 billion more in comparison to the quarter-on-quarter of 2020. Amazon Web Services is on the top of the global list as it is the most popular, commonly used and the best cloud IaaS service provider making 31% of the whole market share.

From 2021 onwards, the utilization of AI will keep on growing 34% every year.

The use of the cloud has been increased with the remote desktop software market. In 2019, it worth $1.53 billion, which is predicted to reach $4.69 billion in 2027 with a 15.1% CAGR.

Cloud gaming is absolutely a tremendous market worth $470 million in 2020. As it is continuously growing, researchers have expected it to reach $7.24 billion by 2027, with a projected CAGR of 48.2%.

24k miles network cable is used by the average tier 1-2 data center

Almost 2.8 million global server units were shipped in the 1st quarter of 2021

Taking the increasing demand for data centers under consideration, it is clear that the international data center market will rise at a CAGR of more than 2% from 2019 to 2025. Solely in the US, the data center market is predicted to cross $69 billion in revenue by 2024.

In the Asia-Pacific region ranking, China is leading the scoreboard with total spending of $11.5 billion on cloud infrastructure in 2019, increasing to $19 billion in 2020. A whopping increase of 66% considering data center statistics.

Considering the use of the cloud to play tons of online videos, the video streaming market has been profitable worth $59.14 billion in 2021. By 2028, we are expecting the market to increase up to $223.98 billion in profits, including a 21% (CAGR) increase on average.

In 2019, a significant upsurge of 23% was observed in demand for disaster recovery services.

Google Drive is the most popular among all the Google Workspace cloud productivity platforms. As a whole, the market has touched 2 billion consumers as per the reports of 2020. Dropbox comes at 2nd place.

AI is dropping the cooling costs, which make up at least 40% of Data Center expenditure.

Africa is the most miniature of the regional global cloud market, and North America was first to up to 61% of the market in 2020. It is expected to increase.

Facts about cyberattacks on a data cloud

One of the most shocking facts is the cyberattacks that have caused a loss of trillions of data every year. If you think cyberattacks are related to hackers, you are mistaken. The truth is, it is usually caused by human error. In 88% of breaches, mistakes are made by employees. And coming to gender, men are twice as likely to get trapped in phishing scams. Almost 34% is totaled to the men and 17% to the women.

Public and private cloud hosting facts

In comparison to public and hybrid, private cloud hosting has made 28% of the cloud spending. In fact, costs spent on public cloud data center structure was increased 25% within only a year; as per the reports made in the second quarter of 2020, approximately $17 billion was recorded for public cloud, hitting the highest record of all the times.

Worldwide Data Center Infrastructure End-User Spending (Billions of U.S. Dollars)

  2021 2020 2019
End-User Spending ($B) 200 188 210
Growth (%) 6.2 -10.3 0.7

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