Reportlinker Adds Global Green IT Services Industry

Jun 24, 2010, 20:36 ET from Reportlinker

NEW YORK, June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Green IT Services Industry

This report analyzes the Global market for Green IT Services in US$ Million by the following Service Segments - Assessment, Planning, and Implementation. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2006 through 2015. The report profiles 219 companies including many key and niche players such as Accenture PLC, BT Global Services, Deloitte, Global Green Consulting Group, Inc., GreenIT, HCL Technologies, Ltd., Hewlett-Packard Company, HP Enterprise Services, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), SustainableIT, Tata Consultancy Services, Data Center Efficiency Solution Providers; Computer Sciences Corporation, Dell, Inc., Getronics NV, Intel Corporation, Oracle, and Wipro Systems and Technology Division. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.





Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-3

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Product Definition and Scope of the Study I-3



A Quick Primer II-1

Waxing Importance of Smart Energy Management II-1

Green IT Ushers in the Era of Sustainable ICT II-2

Table 1: Worldwide Spending On Datacenter Management by

Expense Category for Years 2004, 2007 & 2009 (in US$

Billion) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-3

Companies Jumpstart Sustainable IT Planning Processes II-3

Table 2: Importance of Green IT Practices: Illustrative

Findings on Percentage of Organizations Formalizing Green

Initiatives (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4

Green IT Transitions from "Obligation" to "Opportunity" II-4

Green IT Opportunities II-5

Specific Support For Vertical Industries II-5

Retail II-5

Healthcare II-5

Manufacturing II-6

Cost Reductions "Thru" Energy Savings: A Low Hanging Fruit

Ripe for the Picking II-6

Green Data Centers: The Way of the Future II-7

Future Lies Beyond the "Datacenters" II-7

Green Implications in Business Operations II-8

Green Implications in Manufacturing II-8

Green Implications in Customer Service Support II-8

Green Implications in Sales, Marketing and Distribution II-9

Traditional IT Service Providers Throw Their Hat Into the

Green IT Ring II-9

Outlook II-9

Noteworthy Trends II-10

Current Market Scenario: A Recapitulation II-10

Economic Meltdown & Its Impact on the Overall IT Industry II-11

Green IT Skirts the Recession: A Review II-11

Companies Seek Flexible, Cost Effective Green IT Solutions &

Funding Options II-12

Penchant for "Green" Certified Products Rise II-12

Mainframe Shoots to Stardom As a Green Machine II-13

Table 3: Energy Consumption in Server Rooms: Comparison of

Power Consumption (in KW) for Rack, Blade & Mainframe Server

Environments (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-13

Cost Savings & Environment Benefits: No Longer Mutually

Exclusive II-13

Table 4: Factors Fueling Adoption of Green IT Services:

Illustrative Findings On the Level of Importance Attached to

Each Factor by Respondent Companies (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-14

Pressure Mounts on SMEs to Adopt Green Computing Strategies

in Data Centers II-14

Virtualization of IT Infrastructure: The Way to Go . II-15

Key Statistical Findings II-16

Table 5: Global Market for Server Virtualization (2007):

Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Leading Players

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-16

Table 6: Worldwide Virtualization Software Market (2007):

Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenue by Geographic Region

- Americas, EMEA and Asia (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-16

Table 7: World Market for Virtualization Software (2009):

Percentage Breakdown of Revenue by Segment - Server

Virtualization Software, Presentation Virtualization

Software, Desktop Virtualization Software, Application

Virtualization Software and PC Disk Virtualization Software

Markets (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-16

Energy Efficient Servers Rise in Demand II-16

Greener Computing Now Possible Through the Clouds II-17

Table 8: World Market for Cloud Computing Services (2009):

Percentage Breakdown of Revenue by Service Type -

Application Services, Business Process Services and

Infrastructure Services (Application Infrastructure and

System Infrastructure) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-18

Adoption of Green IT On the Rise II-18

Adoption Drivers II-18

Tightening of Environmental Regulations: A Special Focus on

this Key Growth Driver II-19

Governments Wield the Iron Fist On Non-Green IT Procurement

Practices II-19

Guidelines & Directives Pressurize Adoption II-20

Green IT Adoption Challenges II-20

Focus on Key Regional Markets II-21

Asia Pacific - Fostering Growth in the Global Green IT

Service Market II-21

Asia Pins Great Expectations on Green IT II-21

Impact of Recession on Green IT and the Market thereafter II-22

Trends & Issues II-22

Vendors with Solid Green Credentials Set to Rule II-23

Challenges in the Marketplace II-23

South Korea - Government Frames Policies to Support Green IT II-24

Developed Markets: The Traditionally Large Revenue Contributors II-25

The United Kingdom - Businesses Seek Incentives from

Government to Sustain their Green IT Strategies II-25

The US - Energy Efficiency Remains a Dominating Factor For

the US Companies to Adopt Green IT Policies II-26


Green IT Services: Definition II-27

Three Interlocking Stages of Green IT Service Engagements II-27

Stage One - Assessment Provides an Outline II-27

Why Green IT Assessment is Crucial? II-28

Identifying Sources of Information and Gaps II-28

Identifying Performance Metrics II-28

Determining Baseline & Reporting Results II-29

Setting Up Expectations & Quantifying Importance II-29

Stage Two - Planning Road Maps II-29

Stage Three - Actual Implementation II-30

Evolution of Green IT Services II-30

Complexity of Green IT Deployments Heightens the Need for

Professional Green IT Services II-31

End-User Groups II-31

Benefits Across Various Vertical Industries II-32

Reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) II-32

Energy II-33

Manageability II-33

Performance II-33

Services Providers & their Capabilities - A Discussion II-33

IT systems outsourcers/integrators II-34

Services Divisions of IT Systems Manufacturers II-34

Telecom Services Providers II-34

Major IT Consultancy Firms II-34

A Backgrounder Review On the Concept of Green IT II-34

Green Information Technology (IT): An Introduction II-34

Green Manufacturing II-35

Green Use II-35

Green Design II-35

Green Disposal II-35

Government & Industry Support to Green IT Initiatives II-35

Government Programs & Policies II-35

Industry Initiatives II-36

Green IT Related Industry Associations II-36

Prominent Green IT Initiatives by the Industry II-37



The Green Grid II-37

International Professional Practice Partnership II-37


Green Comm Challenge II-38

The Green 500 II-38

Non-Government Organizations - Eco Labels II-38

80-Plus II-38


The PC Green Label II-38

TCO Certification II-38

Green IT Approaches II-39

Efficiency of Algorithms II-39

Virtualization II-39

Terminal Servers II-39

Power Management II-39

Power Supply II-40

Storage II-40

Video Card II-40

Display II-41

Operating Systems II-41

Recycling Materials II-41

Telecommuting II-41

Green IT Tactics II-42

Tactics for Endpoints II-42

Tactics for Printers II-42

Tactics for Enterprise IT II-43


Viridity Software Enters into Partnership with The Global

Green Consulting Group II-44

CA Enters into New Partnerships for its EcoSoftware Division II-44

Dell and Goodwill Industries International Extend Partnership

to Canada II-45

Oracle Takes Over Virtual Iron Software II-45

EDS Changes Name to HP Enterprise Services II-45

Slovak Telekom Chooses IBM for Establishing New Data Centre in

Slovakia II-45

Victoria University Chooses IBM for Constructing its Green

Data Center II-46

Intel Invests in Few Green Technology Companies II-46

Greenscape Capital Group Signs Letter of Intent with

Greenswitch Capital II-47

HCL Technologies Acquires Data Center II-47

VMware and NetApp Open Data Centers II-48

IBM Enters into Partnership with Aberdeen II-48

HFCL Chooses IBM to Implement and Integrate Blade-Server

Technology II-48

HP and Vale Ink Technology & Services Contract II-49

New York State, Syracuse University and IBM Establishes Green

Data Center II-49

IBM Enters Into Partnership with QLogic II-51

Terremark Worldwide Buys DS3 DataVaulting II-52

Juniper Networks and IBM Ink Agreement II-52

Total Specific Solutions and Getronics Ink Agreement II-53

Martinair Selects IBM and Getronics II-53

IBM Takes Over Diligent Technologies II-53

Patni Computer Systems Establishes BPO Center II-54

Wipro Technologies Signs Up for The Green Grid Membership II-54



Intel Introduces New Green IT Products II-55

Global Green Consulting GroupTM Unveils Sustainability Managed

Services II-55

Oracle Integrates Green IT Solution to its Applications II-56

IBM Launches its Latest Systems Software II-56

IBM Introduces New Green Consulting Services II-57

Lenovo Unveils Asset Recovery Service II-58

Accenture Rolls Out Accenture Green Technology Suite II-58

HCL Technologies to Introduce Green Datacenter Services II-59

Dell Rolls Out Vostro 410 II-59

Intel Unveils Quad Core L5410 and L5420 Processors II-59


Accenture PLC (Ireland) II-60

BT Global Services (UK) II-60

Deloitte (USA) II-61

Global Green Consulting Group, Inc. (USA) II-61

GreenIT (USA) II-62

HCL Technologies, Ltd. (India) II-62

Hewlett-Packard Company (USA) II-62

HP Enterprise Services (USA) II-63

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) (USA) II-63

SustainableIT (South Africa) II-63

Tata Consultancy Services (India) II-64

Data Center Efficiency Solution Providers II-64

Computer Sciences Corporation (USA) II-64

Dell, Inc. (USA) II-65

Getronics NV (Netherlands) II-65

Intel Corporation (USA) II-65

Oracle (USA) II-65

Wipro Systems and Technology Division (India) II-66


Table 9: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for

Green IT Services by Geographic Region - North America,

Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently

Analyzed with Annual Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2007

through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-67

Table 10: World 10-Year Perspective for Green IT Services by

Geographic Region - Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual

Revenue for North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of

World Markets for Years 2006, 2009 and 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-68

Table 11: World Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for

Green IT Services by Service Segment - Assessment, Planning

and Implementation Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual

Revenue in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-69

Table 12: World 10-Year Perspective for Green IT Services by

Service Segment - Percentage Share Breakdown of Annual Revenue

for Assessment, Planning and Implementation Markets for Years

2006, 2009 and 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-69


Total Companies Profiled: 82 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 88)


Region/Country Players


The United States 58

Canada 1

Japan 2

Europe 15

France 2

Germany 2

The United Kingdom 8

Rest of Europe 3

Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) 11

Africa 1


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