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DC Byte reveals insights into the Iberian data centre market

Leading data centre intelligence provider, DC Byte, has shared an exclusive glimpse into building momentum in the Iberian Peninsula's data centre landscape. Offering valuable insights to industry professionals and investors, the Iberian Market Spotlight report highlights the pivotal role of Spain and Portugal as game-changers in the data centre space. The report indicates that the Iberian region, previously underappreciated in Europe, is on the brink of significant transformation with remarkable growth and innovation in its data centre industry.

Key findings from the report spotlight the region's rapid growth, with a surge in data centre supply reflecting the strong demand from major industry players. The spotlight also credits the growth and investment in the region to the arrival of hyperscale giants like AWS and Microsoft. This has disrupted the traditional market dynamics and positively impacted the region's data centre industry.

The report also underlines the significant strides being taken by both Spain and Portugal towards a greener future. With ambitious renewable energy plans, these countries are transforming the sustainability landscape in the data centre market.

While exploring the growth potential and risks in the Iberian data centre market, DC Byte observes a need for a strategic approach to ensure capacity for future growth. The power availability and potential expansion sites require careful consideration in order to adapt to the evolving needs of cloud providers, enterprises, and digital businesses.

William King, Managing Director for EMEA region at DC Byte, commented on the potential of the Iberian data centre market, saying, 'Iberia presents exciting opportunities for data centre expansion and investment. This region, with its untapped potential, lower competition, cost-effective pricing, and abundant power supply, opens doors to new possibilities for those seeking to diversify their data centre operations and investment portfolio.'

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