Digital Edition

SYS-CON.TV
HP Again No. 1 in Overall Server Shipments, Grows Faster than Market, Says IDC
With 43.8 Percent Year-Over-Year Factory Revenue Growth

HP outshipped all other major vendors in the worldwide server market for the 18th consecutive quarter, according to third quarter 2006 figures released today by IDC. HP surpassed market growth in the worldwide blade server market, with 43.8 percent year-over-year factory revenue growth. HP also grew faster than the market in units shipped in blades and, with 35 percent revenue market share, had more than three times that of the third-ranked competitor.

In the high-performance computing market, HP was No. 1 in revenue, with a 34.5 percent market share, and outgrew the market in revenue and shipments. HP beat industry growth in revenues by nearly two times with 13.2 percent quarter-over-quarter growth, and it grew units shipped by 5.7 percent versus a virtually flat total market.

“The balanced performance in both units shipped and revenue illustrates HP’s continued strength across the board in the worldwide server market,” said Mark Hudson, vice president of marketing, Enterprise Storage and Servers, HP. “Customers can feel confident partnering with HP as we continue to demonstrate our value today and moving forward.”

Highlights of the analyst firm’s worldwide report include:

HP maintained the No. 1 vendor ranking worldwide with 28.8 percent total server shipment share, and unit shipments grew faster than the market;
HP continued its leadership in the x86 server market, extending its lead to 33.1 percent factory revenue share, and was again No.1 in units shipped. This marks 41 consecutive quarters of market leadership for HP ProLiant servers in the x86 server market;

In the highly competitive AMD Opteron processor-based server market, HP continued to grow both factory revenue and units, increasing factory revenue share to 47 percent. HP also leads in the 64-bit Intel Xeon processor-based (X/EM64T) server market with 32.3 percent factory revenue market share, growing revenue 12.1 percent year-over-year;
HP was No. 1 in combined Windows, Linux and UNIX server revenue, with the three operating systems accounting for more than 96 percent of all servers shipped worldwide;

Furthering its lead in the Linux market, HP gained nearly 6 percentage points of factory revenue market share in the Linux server segment and grew significantly faster than the market in revenue, with 28.2 percent year-over-year growth;

In the EPIC/Itanium market segment, HP continued to rank No. 1 in both factory revenue and units, growing 39.6 percent in factory revenue year-over-year;

HP maintained the No. 1 position in worldwide high-end UNIX server factory revenue and also gained market share from competitors in the volume UNIX segment in both units and revenue.

About Security News Desk
SYS-CON's Security News desk trawls the world of security for news of software, hardware, products, and services that seems likely to be of interest to infosec professionals and summarizes them for easy assimilation by busy IT managers and staff.

In order to post a comment you need to be registered and logged in.

Register | Sign-in

Reader Feedback: Page 1 of 1



ADS BY GOOGLE
Subscribe to the World's Most Powerful Newsletters

ADS BY GOOGLE

Intel is an American multinational corporation and technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, ...
In his general session at 19th Cloud Expo, Manish Dixit, VP of Product and Engineering at Dice, disc...
Artifex Software began 25-years ago with Ghostscript, a page description language (PDL) interpreter ...
The graph represents a network of 1,329 Twitter users whose recent tweets contained "#DevOps", or wh...
Now is the time for a truly global DX event, to bring together the leading minds from the technology...
In an age of borderless networks, security for the cloud and security for the corporate network can ...
At CloudEXPO Silicon Valley, June 24-26, 2019, Digital Transformation (DX) is a major focus with exp...
On-premise or off, you have powerful tools available to maximize the value of your infrastructure an...
As the digitization of business accelerates the move of critical applications and content to the clo...
In today's always-on world, customer expectations have changed. Competitive differentiation is deliv...
"Calligo is a cloud service provider with data privacy at the heart of what we do. We are a typical ...
Blockchain has shifted from hype to reality across many industries including Financial Services, Sup...
Concerns about security, downtime and latency, budgets, and general unfamiliarity with cloud technol...
Cloud Storage 2.0 has brought many innovations, including the availability of cloud storage services...
In very short order, the term "Blockchain" has lost an incredible amount of meaning. With too many j...
For enterprises to maintain business competitiveness in the digital economy, IT modernization is req...
Cloud-Native thinking and Serverless Computing are now the norm in financial services, manufacturing...
Data center, on-premise, public-cloud, private-cloud, multi-cloud, hybrid-cloud, IoT, AI, edge, SaaS...
Public clouds dominate IT conversations but the next phase of cloud evolutions are "multi" hybrid cl...
In a recent survey, Sumo Logic surveyed 1,500 customers who employ cloud services such as Amazon Web...