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Dell Leads Over Nutanix, HPE In Hyperconverged Market Share

Dell Technologies, Nutanix and Hewlett Packard Enterprise battled during the first quarter of 2020 for their share of the nearly $2 billion worldwide hyperconverged systems market.

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Converged Systems Market Reaches $3.9 Billion

Worldwide converged systems market revenue increased 4.5 percent year over year to $3.9 billion during the first quarter of 2020.

"The overall converged systems market showed resilience during a difficult macro environment," said Sebastian Lagana, research manager for Infrastructure Platforms and Technologies at IDC, in a statement. "While the hyperconverged system market continued to expand as enterprises seek to take advantage of software-defined infrastructure, the Certified Reference Systems & Integrated Infrastructure segment posted its best quarter of growth since 2Q19 on the strength of richly configured platform sales related to demanding workloads in industries such as healthcare and telecoms."

IDC's converged systems market report is divided into three segments: certified reference systems and integrated infrastructure; integrated platforms; and hyperconverged systems. The certified reference systems and integrated infrastructure market generated $1.4 billion in revenue during the first quarter, up 4 percent year over year, accounting for 37 percent of all converged systems revenue. Integrated platforms revenue declined 9 percent year over year to $478 million in the first quarter. This amounted to 12 percent of the total converged systems market revenue.

Hyperconverged represented 51 percent of the total converged systems market by generating nearly $2 billion in the first quarter, up 8.3 percent year over year.

 
 
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