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Dell And HPE Fight For Server Share Dominance: Top 5 Server Leaders

‘As long as demand for richly configured servers supports further average selling price growth, the market will offset slight declines in unit volume,’ says Sebastian Lagana, research manager, Infrastructure Platforms and Technologies at IDC.

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Dell Technologies vs. HPE Servers

Organizations around the globe continue to invest in server spending as global market sales increased to $19.8 billion in the first quarter of 2019, up 4.4 percent year over year, according to IT research firm IDC.

However, worldwide server shipments declined 5.1 percent year over year to just shy of 2.6 million server units.

"Year-to-year average selling price (ASP) increases supported revenue growth for many vendors,” said Sebastian Lagana, research manager, Infrastructure Platforms and Technologies at IDC in a statement. “As long as demand for richly configured servers supports further ASP growth, the market will offset slight declines in unit volume."

Similar to the past several years, Dell Technologies and Hewlett Packard Enterprise battled yet again for server market share supremacy in the first quarter of 2019. Here are the top five global server market share leaders of the first quarter, according to data from IDC.

 
 
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