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The global server market is growing in money and shrinking in units, while AMD and ARM are on the rise

The global server market is growing in money and shrinking in units, while AMD and ARM are on the rise

International Data Corporation (IDC) has provided statistics on the global server market for the third quarter of this year: amid the ongoing pandemic and difficult economic situation, the industry has shown mixed results. Vendor revenue for the quarter increased 2.2 % to $22.6 billion, while the base systems segment saw a 5.8 % & ; up $19.0 billion. Midrange server shipments decreased 13.9 % to $2.6 billion, while high-end systems saw a 12.6 % & ; decrease to $937 million.

Dell Technologies leads the top vendor ranking with a 16.65 % share in monetary terms. HPE/New H3C Group followed with 15.94 %, and Inspur/Inspur Power Systems rounded out the top three with 9.37 %.

Looking at the industry on an item basis, shipments were down 0.2 % year over year & ; to 3.07 million units. Dell Technologies is also the leader with 16.39 %. HPE/New H3C Group is on the second place with 13,87%, lquo;bronze went to Inspur/Inspur Power Systems with 9,66 %.

Analysts also note that, on an annualized basis, quarterly revenue from sales of servers on AMD processors rose by 112.4 %, and on ARM chips soared by 430.5 %;

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