The micro mobile data center is a self-contained infrastructural design achieved by integrating the storage, processing, and networking modules required to run indoor and outdoor applications in a secure computing environment. Micro mobile data centers are available in standardized prefabricated sizes that enable the data center owners to save their capital investment and the time needed in building data centers by the traditional approach. The size and flexibility features of micro mobile data centers make them ideal for use in applications, such as high density networks, remote office support, and mobile computing.
Competitive landscape includes the analysis of the business strategies and product offerings of the key players in the micro mobile market. Based on their market performance, the vendors are placed into 4 categories: vanguards, innovators, emerging, and dynamic. We have evaluated the top 27 vendors that include Advanced Facilities, Inc., Allied Electronics Corp. Ltd., Cannon Technologies, Canovate, Chillmann, Dataracks, Dell, Delta Power Solutions, Eaton, Hanley Energy, Hitachi, HPE, Huawei, IBM, Instant Data Centers, LLC., IPSIP Group, KSTAR Corporation, Orbis Oy, Panduit, Rittal, RiverSync., Schneider Electric, Sicon Chat Union Electric, STULZ, Vapor IO, Vertiv and Zellabox.
Vendors who fall into this category receive high scores for most of the evaluation criteria. They have a strong and established product portfolio, and a very strong market presence. They provide mature and reputable micro mobile data center solutions. They also have strong business strategies. Companies such as IBM, HPE, Schneider Electric, Instant Data Centers, LLC, Canovate, Vertiv, Huawei, Panduit, Rittal, Hitachi, Dell, Eaton, and Delta Power Solutions are included in the visionary leaders.
Innovators in the MicroQuadrant are the vendors who have demonstrated substantial product innovations as compared to their competitors. They have very focused product portfolios. However, they do not have very strong growth strategies for their overall business. The companies included in innovators are Dataracks, Zellabox, Allied Electronics Corp. Ltd, IPSIP Group, Chillmann, RiverSync, Cannon Technologies, Vapor IO, and Hanley Energy.
They are established vendors with very strong business strategies. However, they are low in product portfolio. They focus on a specific type of technology related to the product. The companies included in the dynamic category are STULZ, Sicon Chat Union Electric, and KSTAR Corporation.
They are vendors with niche product offerings who have started to gain a position in the market. They do not have very strong business strategies as compared to other established vendors. They might be new entrants in the market and require some time before gaining a significant traction. Advanced Facilities, Inc. and Orbys Oy are included in the emerging category.
Product Features and Functionality
Infrastructure Management Capabilities
Applications ServedRemote Office Support | Mobile Computing | Instant Data Center & Retrofit | High Density Networks | Other Applications, please specify |
Product FeaturesPower Management | Cooling | Security | Fire Protection / Safety | Others, please specify |
Breadth and Depth of Product Offerings
ServicesMaintenance & Support | Installation & Deployment | Design & Consulting | Specify if other services |
Rack SizeUpto 20 RU | 20 - 40 RU | Above 40 RU |
Organization SizeSmall Enterprise | Large Enterprise |
Product Quality and Reliability
Product Differentiation and Impact on Customer Value
servicesTechnical Support | Sales Support | Customer Support | Others |
Customer Redressal Mechanism/Program
Direct Presence - North America
Direct Presence - Europe
Direct Presence - Asia-Pacific
Direct Presence - Middle East and Africa
Direct Presence - Latin America
Sales Offices/Development Centers -North America
Sales Offices/Development Centers -Europe
Sales Offices/Development Centers -Asia-Pacific
Sales Offices/Development Centers -Middle East and Africa
Sales Offices/Development Centers -Latin America
Channel Partners - North America
Channel Partners - Europe
Channel Partners - Asia-Pacific
Channel Partners - Middle East and Africa
Channel Partners - Latin America
Breadth of Applications Served
Partner EcosystemValue Added Resellers (VAR) | System Integrators | OEMs | ODMs | Managed Service Providers | Distributors | Consultants | Others please specify |
Business Expansion Strategy
Industry VerticalsBFSI | IT and Telecom | Government and Defence | Healthcare | Education | Retail | Energy | Media and Entertainment | Manufacturing | Other, please specify |
Productivity and Cost Efficiencies
Last Financial Year RevenueUSD 500 million - 1 billion | USD 1 billion - 10 billion | > USD 10 billion | USD 100 million - 500 million | < USD 100 million |
% Revenue from ApplicationsRevenue - North America | Revenue - Middle East and Africa | Revenue - Latin America | Revenue - Europe | Revenue - Asia-Pacific |
R&D Spend5% - 10% | < 5% | > 20% | 15% - 20% | 10% - 15% |
Mergers and Acquisitions Strategy
New Products Launched
Business Expansion Strategy
Mergers & Acquisitions
Partnerships and Collaborations
New Customers Acquired (Last 3 years)
Total Funding Amount