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The six key trends driving European data centre markets into 2023

2023 will see further geographical expansion into new and developing markets in EMEA, writes Keith Breed, Senior Research Analyst at CBRE.

Updated December 19, 2022 / Original December 19, 2022

Digital Realty's PAR8 data centre campus in Paris, France. Source: Digital Realty/Interxion

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By Keith Breed

Senior Research Analyst, CBRE

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December 19, 2022 | 10:29 AM GMT

2022 has been a challenging year for data centres in Europe with inflation, supply chain constraints, surging power costs, power shortages, rising borrowing costs and geo-political uncertainty at the root of many of the challenges impacting the sector. Despite the difficulties, there remains considerable opportunities for data centres across the EMEA region. CBRE have identified below six key trends likely to shape the region in 2023:

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