IDC's Middle East, Türkiye, and Africa: Future of Digital Infrastructure and Datacenters program analyzes three key areas. The enterprise infrastructure module provides forecasts and analysis, capturing end-user sentiment around the enterprise infrastructure components of computing, networking, and storage. The datacenter module analyzes the region's commercial datacenter capacity availability and market outlook, as well as capturing end-user sentiment on datacenter usage and green IT. The digital infrastructure module addresses key services, technologies, and vendors, covering cloud-native technologies, flexible consumption models, and autonomous operations.
Middle East, Türkiye, and Africa: Future of Digital Infrastructure and Datacenters
Markets and Subjects Analyzed
- Customer sentiment, market trends, and enterprise infrastructure forecasts for computing, networking, and storage
- Datacenter facility investments, capacity availability, and growth plans
- Sustainability initiatives and priorities in datacenter and enterprise infrastructure
- The shift in enterprise spending to IT infrastructure and trends & sentiments around flexible consumption models
- The impact of self-driving/autonomous operations using AI/ML-powered observability and automation for cost, performance, and security optimization
- Saudi Arabia Commercial Datacenter Physical Capacity, Outlook, Drivers, and Key Players
- Middle East and Africa Enterprise Storage Market Forecast, 2022–2027
- Flexible Consumption Model and Financing Strategies for IT Infrastructure in the Middle East, Turkey, and Africa
- Autonomous Operations and the Role of AIOps and Full-Stack Observability: Trends and Key Players in the Middle East and Africa
- United Arab Emirates Commercial Datacenter Physical Capacity, Outlook, Drivers, and Key Players
In addition to the insight provided in this service, IDC may conduct research on specific topics or emerging market segments via research offerings that require additional IDC funding and client investment.
Key Questions Answered
- What are the consumption trends and forecasts for enterprise infrastructure — computing, networking, and storage?
- What is the current state of datacenter capacities in the region, and who are the key players and new entrants in the datacenter facilities market?
- How is the push for a sustainable future driving decisions around datacenters and infrastructure?
- How is the increasing maturity of AI-enabled analytics, observability, and operations across computing, data, and networking infrastructure altering IT management and governance best practices?
- What impact will the shift to the more flexible/as-a-service consumption of infrastructure have on the end-to-end utilization of digital infrastructure assets and services?
- Arista Networks, Inc.
- BMC Software, Inc.
- Cisco Systems Inc.
- Dell Technologies Inc.
- Dynatrace LLC
- Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company
- Emirates Telecommunications Corporation
- Emircom LLC
- G42 Cloud Technology LLC
- GOMEZ INC.
- Gulf Business Machines B.S.C.
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
- Juniper Networks, Inc.
- Lenovo Group Limited
- Micro Focus International plc
- Moro Hub
- NEOM Tech & Digital Co.
- NetApp, Inc.
- Nutanix, Inc.
- Pure Storage, Inc.
- Quantum Switch Tamasuk
- Riverbed Technology, Inc.
- STC Group S.r.l.
- VMware, Inc.
- Veeam Software AG