With the enterprise sector entering the server device update cycle, coupled with the continued strong demand from cloud service providers, research institute IDC latest information shows that the global server The market size has seen double-digit percentage growth for five consecutive quarters. In the third quarter, the global server market grew by 37.7%, reaching $23.4 billion.
IDC announced the third quarter global server report on Tuesday. The global server market grew by 37.7% to $23.4 billion over the same period last year, while shipments increased by 18.3% from last year to 3.2 million units. Last quarter, the highest single-season revenue was recorded, and global revenues recorded double-digit growth for five consecutive quarters. Among them, China’s wave information was among the top three for the first time.
IDC analyst Sebastian Lagana explained,Corporate exchanges and cloud service providers continue to show demand is the main reason for the market growth in the last quarter. The next-generation application system that consumes resources has prompted the server to be configured more and more high-order, which helps the average selling price (ASP) of server products to increase compared with the same period last year. At the same time, large cloud operators also have the ability to expand their data centers.
For the first time in the second quarter, surpassing HPE/New H3C Group to become the leader in the server market, total shipments in the previous quarter were 17.6% market share (revenue market share) 17.5%) Continue to sit on the first place. Although HPE/New H3C Group holds the second place with 14.4% market share, it is also the only one of the top five factories.
It is worth noting that at the end of last year Inspur, a Chinese company that has established a joint venture with IBM China and obtained IBM POWER server manufacturing and sales rights, surged 90% last year to 9.0% market share, surpassing the original boss and ranking the world. Three major players. Huawei (5.9%) and Super Micro (5.4%) were tied for fifth place by IDC due to the small difference in shipments.
In all regions of the world, Asia and the United States are the fastest growing, both exceeding 40%. Driven by strong market demand, x86 server revenue grew 41%, while non-x86 servers grew only 3.9%.