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According to Gartner data, server revenue worldwide grew by 16 percent in the third trimester due to strong demand from cloud services.
Jeffrey Hewitt, Research Vice President, stated that the increased demand for infrastructure to support cloud and hybrid-cloud deployments is responsible for the increase in revenue.
Hewitt noted that Unix servers were declining — with shipments falling 23.5 percent and revenue dropping 18.3 percent — but that x86 servers saw an increase of 5.3 percent in shipment and 16.7 percent revenue over the same quarter last.
Gartner’s table shows that HPE continues to lead when it comes to server revenues — with $3.1 Billion — but its estimated server revenue is down by 3.2% over last year. Dell EMC’s server revenues are up 37.9 percent (to $2 billion) and IBM’s are up 27.1 percent (2 billion).
Inspur Electronics, a Chinese company that specializes in servers for cloud services, has more than doubled its revenues and is now at $1.1 billion.