The Modular Data Center Market Investment to Reach $41.87 Billion by 2028, More than 5,843.7 MW to be Added in the Next 6 Years – Arizton



CHICAGO, Feb. 7, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — According to Arizton’s latest research report, the global modular data center market is growing at a CAGR of 14.44% during the forecast period. The global modular data center market has experienced substantial growth in recent years owing to the increasing demand for scalable and energy-efficient data storage solutions. The rising adoption of cloud services, big data, IoT, and Artificial Intelligence (AI), as well as the need for quick deployment and cost efficiency, are contributing to market expansion.

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Modular Data Center Market Report Scope

Report Attributes


Market Size: Investment (2028)

USD 41.87 Billion

Market Size: Investment (2022)

USD 18.64 Billion

CAGR by Investment (2022-2028)

14.44 %

Market Size: Power Capacity (2028)

5,843.7 MW

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Forecast Year


Market Segmentation

Infrastructure, Functional Module, and Geography

Geographic Analysis

North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Nordics, Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, and APAC

Market Dynamics

•  Increasing Deployment of Modular Data Centers

•  Shift Toward Modular Designs

•  Increasing Adoption of Big Data, IoT, and AI

•  Cloud at the Edge

•  Adoption of Modular Designs in Disaster-Prone Areas

Modern modular data centers account for more energy efficiency as compared with traditional ones; they can incorporate advanced sustainable solutions from the start. For instance, these modular data centers incorporate grid-interactive Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), allowing data center operators to gain control over their energy usage as well as offer capacity and set prices; this will potentially generate revenue while supporting renewable energy. The Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software helps operators measure, monitor, and model power and energy performance, thereby minimizing waste generation.

Increasing Modular Data Center Design & Deployment

Modular data center buildouts tackle challenges such as a high PUE, increasing operational costs of traditional data centers, and high environmental impact.
Deploying modular data centers using a templatized plug-and-play method to build modules eases the requirement gathering of each material type, thereby ensuring very little or no wastage.
The continuous evolution in the design and engineering of data center facilities by key operators and architecture and engineering firms will lead to multiple innovations in developing and operating green data centers.
The countries that have deployed 5G will witness the development of performance-optimized data center (POD) facilities in countries including Australia, the US, and China.
Developing regions, such as Latin America, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, and the

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