Data Center Server and Storage Market Forecast

The Data Center Server and Storage Market Forecast provides clients a look into what TBR anticipates the server and storage markets will look like in the next five years. Although centered on x86 server, non-Intel based server and storage markets, this report also provides analysis of emerging markets, including converged infrastructure, hyperscale servers and flash, as well as TBR’s predictions for how bleeding-edge technologies, such as blockchain and quantum computing, are likely to impact the server and storage markets. Additionally, TBR provides market share data for x86 server, non-Intel-based server and storage markets and quantitative analysis around total market data for emerging markets.

Includes

Includes Excel Workbook featuring current and historical data

Cadence

Semiannual

Segments

  • Industry-standard Server
  • Proprietary Server
  • Storage
  • Converged ISS
  • Hyperscale ISS
  • Other ISS
  • CISC/Mainframe Proprietary Servers
  • Converged RISC Proprietary Servers
  • Other RISC Proprietary Servers
  • Disk Storage
  • Flash Storage
  • Tape and Other Storage

Vendors

  • Cisco
  • Dell Technologies
  • Fujitsu
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Lenovo Group
  • NEC
  • NetApp
  • Pure Storage
  • Oracle Corp.
  • Quantum

Geography

  • Americas
  • EMEA
  • APAC

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