DUBLIN–()–The “Netherlands Data Center Market – Investment Analysis and Growth Opportunities 2022-2027” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This report analyzes the data center market share in the Netherlands. It provides a detailed analysis of existing and future installations and investments in IT, electrical and mechanical infrastructure, general construction and level standards. It discusses market size and investment estimation for different segments.

Digitization across the Netherlands, driven by COVID-19, the rollout of 5G services, the impact of the Climate Neutral Data Center Pact and improved connectivity with other European countries such as UK, Belgium, Ireland and others make the Dutch data center market an attractive industry for investors.

Amsterdam is the main location for data center investment in the Netherlands and is part of the FLAP markets in Western Europe. The Netherlands is also considered the digital gateway to Europe. In the Netherlands, the Dutch Data Center Association is the dedicated trade association responsible for growing installations in the country.

In February 2022, the Dutch government announced its intention to impose a nine-month moratorium on the development of large-scale installations that span 10 hectares and use power in excess of 70 MW. Increasing investment in renewable energy and powering data center facilities with clean and green energy is likely to continue during the forecast period.


  • The Netherlands has approximately 113 operational colocation data centers. Most colocation centers are designed to Tier III standards. The country has the presence of global operators such as Equinix, Digital Realty, CyrusOne, EdgeConneX, Iron Mountain, and QTS Realty Trust, among others.

  • With the impact of COVID-19, the increase in remote working has led to an increase in local data generation. Furthermore, digitization, rollout of 5G services and adoption of cloud-based services have driven demand for data centers in the country.

  • The growing adoption of cloud-based services is helping to grow retail and wholesale colocation services in the industry. The market is seeing an increased demand for colocation spaces in existing and upcoming facilities.

  • Retail colocation demand will come from local governments, travel and tourism, the BFSI sector, and hospitals (primarily those operating across the country), with large-scale demand coming from content providers and cloud operators , as well as e-commerce and IT companies.

  • The rollout of 5G networks will boost the country’s digital economy and lead to increased demand for high-speed network infrastructure. Adoption of software-defined networking (SDN) is likely to increase due to smart city initiatives led by government agencies.


  • Market size available in investment, area, electrical capacity and income of the colocation market in the Netherlands.

  • An assessment of investment in the country by colocation and corporate operators.

  • Investments in area (square feet) and electrical capacity (MW) across sites nationwide.

  • A detailed study of the existing market landscape, in-depth industry analysis and insightful predictions on the Netherlands data center market size over the forecast period.

  • Overview of existing and upcoming third-party data center installations in the Netherlands

  • Facilities covered (existing): 113

  • Installations identified (coming soon): 03

  • Coverage: 47 cities

  • Existing vs. Coming Soon (Area)

  • Existing vs. future (IT load capacity)

  • Data center colocation market in the Netherlands

  • Revenue and Market Forecast (2021-2027)

  • Retail and Wholesale Colocation Revenue and Forecast (2021-2027)

  • Retail colocation pricing

  • Wholesale colocation prices

  • Investments in the Dutch market landscape are categorized into IT, power, cooling and general construction services with sizing and forecasting.

  • A comprehensive analysis of the latest trends, growth rate, potential opportunities, growth restraints and industry outlook.

  • Overview of the business and product offerings of leading IT infrastructure providers, construction contractors, support infrastructure providers and investors operating in the industry.

  • A transparent research methodology and analysis of the demand and supply aspect of the market.


  • Some key colocation investors in the Dutch data center market are Equinix, Digital Realty, Iron Mountain, Global Switch, NorthC and Interconnect.

  • Hyperscale operator Google has opened its second data center in the Netherlands, Middenmeer. In addition, Microsoft has obtained permission to begin construction work on its Hollands Kroon data center.

  • The country is also seeing an increase in the adoption of cloud services. Google, Oracle and Microsoft have a strong presence in the country. AWS will also likely enter the market by configuring its cloud region during the forecast period.

  • Operators are increasing their market share and presence across the country by acquiring data centers. For example, Keppel DC REIT announced the acquisition of two data centers for over $44 million from Marathon Asset Management in Eindhoven.

Main suppliers

IT infrastructure providers

  • Arista Networks

  • Atos

  • Broadcom

  • Cisco Systems

  • Dell Technologies

  • Extreme networks

  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Huawei technology

  • IBM

  • Juniper Networks

  • Lenovo

  • NetApp

  • Oracle

  • Pure storage

  • Wiwynn

Data Center Construction Contractors and Subcontractors

  • Arup


  • deer

  • Dornan

  • CMA Construction

  • HDR (Hurley Palmer Flatt)

  • Kirby Group Engineering

  • line of sight

  • mass group

  • Mercury

  • RED

  • Royal HaskoningDHV

  • Salute to mission critical

  • Turner and Townsend

  • Winthrop Engineering and Contracts

Support infrastructure providers

  • ABB

  • Alfa Laval

  • caterpillar

  • Climaveneta (electric Mitsubishi)

  • Cummins

  • Delta Electronics

  • eaton

  • Gunner

  • HITEC power protection

  • Johnson Controls


  • KyotoCooling

  • Great

  • Piller Power Systems

  • Riello inverter

  • Rittal

  • Rolls Royce

  • Schneider-Electric

  • Siemens

  • Socomec


  • Vertiv

Data center investors

  • Digital real estate

  • equinix

  • Global Switch

  • Google

  • interconnection

  • iron mountain

  • Keppel Data Centers

  • Microsoft

  • NorthC


  • Existing facilities in the region (area and electrical capacity)

  • amsterdam

  • Other cities (Aalsmeer, Almere, Alphen aan den Rijn, Apeldoorn, Arnhem, Deventer, Dronten, Ede, Eemshaven, Eindhoven, Enschede, Gemert, Goes, Groningen, Haarlem, Hague, Heerlen, Hengelo, Hilversum, Hoogersmilde, IJsselstein, Ittervoort, Leeuwarden, Lelystad, Limburg, Loon op Zand, Maastricht, Markelo, Megen, Meppel, Mierlo, Naaldwijk, Nieuwegein, Oude Meer, Roermond, Roosendaal, Rotterdam, s-Hertogenbosch, Steenbergen, Tjerkgaast, Ugchelen, Utrecht, Waalwijk, Woerden, Wormer , Zuidbroek and Zwolle)

  • List of upcoming facilities in the region (area and electrical capacity)

Main topics covered:

1. Existing and future third-party data centers in the Netherlands

1.1. Historical market scenario

1.2. Over 115 unique data center properties

1.3. Data Center IT Load Capacity

1.4. Data center white floor surface

1.5. Existing and future data center capacity by city

1.6. Cities covered

1.6.1. amsterdam

1.6.2. Other cities

1.7. List of upcoming data center installations

2. Investment opportunities in the Netherlands

2.1. Microeconomic and macroeconomic factors of the Dutch market

2.2. Investment opportunities in the Netherlands

2.3. Moratorium on the development of data centers in the Netherlands

2.4. National and regional development of new data center regulations/policies in the Netherlands

2.5. Investment by area

2.6. Investment by power capacity

3. Netherlands Data Center Colocation Market

3.1. Netherlands colocation services market

3.2. Retail or wholesale data center colocation

3.3. Colocation pricing (quarter rack, half rack, full rack) and add-on

3.4. Demand for data centers in industries in the Netherlands

4. Market dynamics

4.1. Market factors

4.2. Market trends

4.3. Market constraints

5. Market segmentation

5.1. IT infrastructure: market size and forecast

5.2. Electrical infrastructure: market size and forecasts

5.3. Mechanical infrastructure: market size and forecast

5.4. General construction services: market size and forecast

6. Level standard investment

6.1. Level I and II

6.2. Level III

6.3. Level IV

7. Geography

7.1. amsterdam

7.2. Other cities

8. Key Market Players

8.1. IT infrastructure providers

8.2. Building contractors

8.3. Support infrastructure providers

8.4. Data center investors

9. Appendix

9.1. Market Derivation

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