The Global Total Addressable Market reached $140 Billion annually in 2015. The data center infrastructure market in the US grew to $70 billion in 2015 and is expected to grow 10% by the end of 2016. Over 50% of this market is the Cloud, which is dominated by Microsoft and Amazon, who contract with Asian ODMs. Other large web service companies like Google, OVH, Facebook, Yahoo, eBay and others, as well as telecom companies like AT&T and Vodaphone are increasingly contracting with ODMs. Large server ODMs include Quanta, Wistron and Inventec in Taiwan. Branded server OEMs like Dell, HP, IBM, Lenovo and Cisco continue to dominate the enterprise customer and populate data centers focused on colocation. In order to limit capital investment, Xyber will license technology to these industry players, adopting a successfully tested business model from the semiconductor industry. We will focus operationally on licensing, engineering consulting, product development and R&D.
Xyber’s server cooling technology will be licensed on a per watt basis, allowing adoption of our passive cooling system into servers, storage servers, networking appliances and power infrastructure. Xyber racks will be licensed on a per rack basis as the foundational infrastructure to our cooling platform. Contract work will provide additional revenue, as we adapt Xyber technology to licensing partner servers, network and power infrastructure, and facility specifications and designs.