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Here’s Who Made Gartner’s Magic Quadrant For Data Center And Hybrid Managed Services

Accenture, Cognizant, DXC Technology, Dell Technologies and TCS and are just some of the leaders in Gartner’s new 2019 Magic Quadrant for Data Center Outsourcing and Hybrid Infrastructure Managed Services in North America.

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Niche Player: Fujitsu

Global DCO/HIMS 2018 Revenue: $2.1 Billion

North America DCO/HIMS 2018 Revenue: $223 Million

Average Annual Deal Size In North America: $4 Million

Fujitsu strategy is centered on application transformation, multi-cloud and cloud-native applications and seeks to apply technology for human and societal impact. The Tokyo-based company ranks last place for execution on the Magic Quadrant and among the middle of the pack in vision. Fujitsu manages 1,250 physical servers, 2,060 VMs – down 57 percent year over year – and 34 instances in public cloud. Within ERP, the company hosts Oracle systems supporting 15,300 users, down 90 percent year over year, and 50,200 SAP users.

Strength: The company has invested in supporting cloud-native capabilities and has install bases of containers, IoT endpoints and IoT gateways under management. Fujitsu offers the VMware Cloud Foundation stack and VMware Cloud on AWS.

Weakness: Fujitsu’s DCO/HIMS revenue in North America was down 21 percent year over year with limited legacy capabilities. The company doesn’t have a mainframe presence and a limited presence of most of the hybrid infrastructure environment.


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