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By The Numbers: Cisco, HP Take Big Leads In Cloud Infrastructure Equipment

Cisco and HP are the big winners when it comes to sales of hardware and software used to build cloud infrastructures, while IBM's part of the business quickly shrinks, according to a new study.

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Cisco Tops, IBM Plummets On Cloud Infrastructure Hardware, Software Sales

Cisco is pulling away from the pack when it comes to the top vendors' sales of hardware and software used to build cloud infrastructures, according to a new report from Synergy Research Group on the third-quarter 2014 market shares of the top five vendors. Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft did well, but IBM, which sold its x86 server business to Lenovo, saw its market share plummet,

Synergy estimated the third-quarter 2014 cloud infrastructure hardware and software business was worth well more than $12 billion, up about 10 percent over the third quarter of 2013. Servers, operating systems, storage and networking together made up about 92 percent of the cloud infrastructure spend, Synergy estimated.

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