Data Center Liquid Cooling Market Expected to Reach $7.7 Billion by 2026 | BIS Research
High growth in the market is expected to be driven by the growing need for green and energy-efficient alternatives to existing cooling infrastructure.
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The market for data centers liquid cooling has some immediate concerns that limit the growth of the market. These challenges are mostly associated with technical and financial limitations but are expected to get eradicated with new developments in the market. The market for data center liquid cooling is expected to get a significant boost from government initiatives and policies. For instance, the Kigali agreement, which dedicates the mandates for reducing the consumption of HFCs as refrigerants and industrial gases, plays a vital role in adoption of liquid cooling technologies in data centers. This agreement alone is capable of driving the market for efficient and low carbon-emitting cooling systems for data centers.
The IT and telecom industry is the largest contributor to the demand for the entire data center industry, let alone the market for data center liquid cooling. The industry is driven by data transmission and data processing, with the IT industry producing the largest amount of data from data-intensive applications. The IT and telecom industries are considered to be the backbone for all other industries as communication is a key factor in the growth of a modern economy. Similarly, the banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) industry also plays a huge role in the economy, and due to the ongoing efforts of dematerialization, the BFSI industry is expected to further push the demand for data centers.
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The competitive landscape of the data center liquid cooling market consists of different strategies undertaken by major players across the industry to gain market presence. Some of the strategies adopted by the companies are new product launches, business expansions, and partnerships and collaborations.