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Dell, HPE, Cisco Battle For Hyperconverged System Leadership

CRN breaks down the top nine hyperconverged system market leaders in second- quarter 2020, according to Gartner, as worldwide growth remained flat at $821 million.

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No. 1: Dell EMC

Q2 2020 Market Share: 37.4%

Dell EMC continues to be the dominant worldwide leader in hyperconverged systems, owning more than double the market share of any of its nearest competitors. However, although the Round Rock, Texas-based data center infrastructure giant took the No.1 market-share spot, the company’s HCIS revenue fell more than 10 percent year over year, according to Gartner.

Dell EMC generated $306.8 million in hyperconverged system revenue in second-quarter 2020, down 10.6 percent year over year compared with $343 million. Dell’s market share dropped from 41.8 percent share in second quarter 2019 to 37.4 percent share.

Dell EMC, which is part of Dell Technologies, continues to perform relatively well as the world’s leader in server, storage and hyperconverged hardware despite the COVID-19 pandemic causing cash restraints for many businesses. For its second fiscal quarter, which ended July 31, Dell reported revenue of $22.73 billion, down 3 percent year over year.

 

 

 
 
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