Cloud Poised for Double-Digit Expansion

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Update time : 2020-03-12 17:53:00
“The weaker-than-projected finish to 2019, mostly attributed to various macroeconomic headwinds which slowed Enterprise spending, is likely to spill into 2020, reducing growth,” said Baron Fung, Director at Dell’Oro Group. “The outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), whose emergence has been swift and unexpected, could introduce further supply and demand shocks to an already uncertain market, further impacting growth. However, stronger growth is projected for the Cloud server market, as the major Cloud service providers seeks to resume capacity expansion in existing and new data centers,” explained Fung.

Additional highlights from the 4Q 2019 Server and Storage Systems Quarterly Report:

The worldwide Server and Storage System market combined for a $100 billion revenue in 2019, a 2 percent annual decline.
Dell ranked number one in Server and Storage System vendor revenue share in 2019, followed by HPE and Inspur.
White box servers, which are primarily deployed by the Top 4 Cloud service providers, surpassed 1.3 million units in 4Q 2019, an all-time-high.