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LONDON, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report:

Worldwide and U.S. Server 2012 Vendor Shares

This IDC study provides our server market share based on the server taxonomy that was updated in 1Q11. Specifically, this study presents the latest annual worldwide and U.S. views based on actual data through year-end 2012. Worldwide server market declined 1.9% in factory revenue from $52.2 billion in 2011 to $51.3 billion in 2012.

"The business climate has returned to a more stable and predictable state as the recession of 2009 and 2010 has ended and users are once again cautiously refreshing their IT infrastructures," said Lloyd Cohen, research director of IDC's Enterprise Platforms group. "Users continue to move away from proprietary systems and adopt an x86-based infrastructure that is more power efficient and provides a lower total cost of ownership."

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion

In This Study

Methodology

Server Definition

Technology Segmentations

CPU Type

Operating System

Form Factor

Server Class

Price Band

Detailed Price Band

Market Metrics

Revenue

Shipments

Average Selling Value and Price

Exchange Rates

Situation Overview

Vendor Profiles

IBM

HP

Dell

Oracle

Fujitsu

Other Vendors

Worldwide and U.S. Server Data

Future Outlook

Essential Guidance

Advice for Vendors

Advice for Customers

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Related Research

Synopsis

Table: Worldwide Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Volume Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Volume Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Volume Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Volume Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Midrange Enterprise Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Midrange Enterprise Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Midrange Enterprise Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Midrange Enterprise Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide High-End Enterprise Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. High-End Enterprise Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide High-End Enterprise Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. High-End Enterprise Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Windows Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Windows Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Windows Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Windows Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Linux Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Linux Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Linux Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Linux Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Unix Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Unix Server Factory Revenue by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: Worldwide Unix Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Table: U.S. Unix Server Shipments by Vendor, 2011 and 2012

Figure: Worldwide Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Volume Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Volume Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Volume Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Volume Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Volume Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Volume Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Volume Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Volume Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Midrange Enterprise Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Midrange Enterprise Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Midrange Enterprise Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Midrange Enterprise Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Midrange Enterprise Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Midrange Enterprise Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Midrange Enterprise Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Midrange Enterprise Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide High-End Enterprise Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide High-End Enterprise Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. High-End Enterprise Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. High-End Enterprise Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide High-End Enterprise Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide High-End Enterprise Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. High-End Enterprise Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. High-End Enterprise Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Windows Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Windows Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Windows Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Windows Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Windows Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Windows Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Windows Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendors, 2011

Figure: U.S. Windows Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Linux Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Linux Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Linux Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Linux Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Linux Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Linux Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Linux Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Linux Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Unix Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Unix Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Unix Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Unix Server Factory Revenue Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: Worldwide Unix Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: Worldwide Unix Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

Figure: U.S. Unix Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2011

Figure: U.S. Unix Server Shipment Share by Top 5 Vendor, 2012

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