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Research and Markets: IT Infrastructure Outsourcing Services Market: Brazil, Argentina, and Chile

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kkp56z/it_infrastructure) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "IT Infrastructure Outsourcing Services Market: Brazil, Argentina, and Chile" to their offering.

Foreign and more mature economies, like the United States and Europe, are strongly investing in Brazil as a way to take advantage of the great IT opportunities since their markets are already mature and do not leave great margin for growth. During 2011, Brazil has already seen great movement related to this, especially in the datacenter market, as companies expand their datacenter capacity locally and there are several M&A from companies in the region (and several M&A between foreign and local companies). All this movement is due to the increasing maturity regarding datacenter offerings and demand in the Brazilian market. Although there are still issues concerning outsourcing, it is clear that the market is more mature when adopting these services. The market still has great demand for basic services, such as co-location, but is moving to more value added services.

Datacenter is an important tool for companies who want to expand their portfolio. Clients need more value added services but can't forget about the infrastructure. In this scenario, a great number of companies outsource their infrastructure to a third party and expect to have basic services attached to value-added services. Another scenario is represented by non-datacenter companies that need this service to complement their offerings, regarding application, processing, software, data, and network.

Maturity and New Business Models are Driving Investments in Datacenter Services in Latin America

The IT infrastructure outsourcing services market is becoming more mature in Latin America as some cultural restraints related to security and infrastructure issues are been addressed. Disaster recovery and storage is the faster growing market, while co-location and dedicated hosting are more mature in terms of adoptions and for that reason have lower growth rates. New market opportunities and trends with cloud computing and new business models are stimulation for the IT infrastructure outsourcing services market and several merge and acquisitions processes have been witnessed in the region. The main market competitors in the region are IBM, HP, Unisys, Tivit, Uol Diveo and Terremark.

Key Topics Covered:

Methodology and Market Definitions

Analysis and Forecast of the Brazilian IT Infrastructure Outsourcing Services Market

Market Overview

Drivers and Restraints

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type

Revenue Forecast by Service Type

Percent Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market

Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market

Market Share

Analysis and Forecast of the Argentinean IT Infrastructure Outsourcing Services Market

Market Overview

Drivers and Restraints

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type

Revenue Forecast by Service Type

Percent Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market

Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market

Market Share

Analysis and Forecast of the Chilean IT Infrastructure Outsourcing Services Market

Market Overview

Drivers and Restraints

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Service Type

Revenue Forecast by Service Type

Percent Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market

Revenue Forecast by Vertical Market

Market Share

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For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kkp56z/it_infrastructure.

Source: Frost & Sullivan

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