Technavio Announces Top 5 Vendors in High-Availability Server Market

September 12, 2017

LONDON, Sept. 12, 2017 — Technavio has announced the top five leading vendors in their recent global high-availability server market report from 2017-2021. This research report also lists 12 other prominent vendors that are expected to impact the market during the forecast period.

The global high-availability server market will grow at a CAGR of almost 30% during the forecast period. The global high-availability server market is witnessing many innovations as cloud computing, big data analytics, and IoT makes data center environments complex. The global investments in the development of server infrastructures are more than the overall investment in data centers. Also, since high-availability servers require and consume more power compared with the normal server systems, there has been an increase in the overall OPEX.

Competitive vendor landscape

In 2016, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development was the leading vendor in the global high-availability server market (with a share of 25%), followed by Dell (20%) and IBM (10%). The global high-availability server market is expected to witness an increase in the adoption of HPC infrastructures during the forecast period.

“The rising competition in the global data storage market is expected to fuel the growth of the global high-availability server market, owing to the proposed investments in data center construction projects by Google, AWS, Alibaba Cloud, and Microsoft. With many SMEs looking to colocate space for data center operations, vendors are reducing the ASP of servers by releasing the products that target SMEs,” says Jujhar Singh, a lead data center research analyst from Technavio.

Over the years, the market share of IBM has dropped as Lenovo acquired the BladeCenter, System x, and Flex System blade servers and switches; NeXtScale iDataPlex servers; x86-based Flex integrated systems; and the associated software of these systems of IBM.

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Top five high-availability server market vendors

Cisco Systems

Cisco Systems is a manufacturer of IP-based networking products. It also offers other products and services that are related to the communication and ICT industries. The firm has businesses of all sizes (including public institutions, telecommunication companies, and individuals).

Dell

Dell provides a wide range of infrastructure solutions worldwide that include servers, storage solutions, and networking infrastructures. It provides HPC solutions for the servers with the latest Intel processors.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development offers technological solutions and software to individual consumers and enterprises. In FY2016, the company reported a revenue of USD 50.12 billion. The company provides HPC solutions to empower the innovations in applications and support services.

IBM

IBM provides IT products and services worldwide. IBM offers data center infrastructure solutions through its systems segment. This segment includes infrastructure technologies for data, cloud, and engagement solutions, from deploying advanced analytics to moving the digital service delivery.

Lenovo

Lenovo manufactures technology products and services through its business segments: PC Business Group, Mobile Business Group, and Enterprise Business Group. Lenovo offers mission-critical servers with high-availability solutions. Some of the mission-critical servers offered by Lenovo are ThinkSystem SR950 and ThinkSystem SR850.

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