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Nutanix, VMware Battle For HCI Software Market Share Lead

The worldwide hyperconverged infrastructure software market was a two-way race between VMware and Nutanix in the first quarter of 2020. Here’s who took home the gold.

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1. VMware

Market Share: 42.4%

The virtualization superstar reigned supreme in the hyperconverged software market in the first quarter of 2020 by capturing a whopping 42.4 percent market share, up from 41.5 percent share year over year. Systems running VMware software represented $841 million in the first quarter, a revenue increase of nearly 10 percent year over year.

VMware jointly engineers alongside Dell Technologies, which owns a majority stake in VMware, the world’s leading HCI system: VxRail. In its biggest launch in years, Dell and VMware launched this week its new VxRail E-Series, which for the first time ever has AMD-based processors, as well as a new VxRail D-Series that has a starting price point of only $20,000.

The new compact D-Series is only 20 inches deep and designed for the edge to withstand extreme temperatures, sustain 40G of operational shock and operate at up to 15,000 feet. The VxRail 1U E-Series includes 2nd generation AMD EPYC professors that offer customers up to 64 high performance cores and support for PCIe 4.

 
 
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