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Behind The Numbers: Why Rapid Enterprise Storage Growth Seems To Be Over

It's looking like the storage business growth is petering out, with sales from most vendors flat of falling with a couple exceptions, an observation that holds true whether you consider the IDC numbers or the vendors' own quarterly financial reports.

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The Others 

IDC, in its first quarter 2019 enterprise storage numbers, also includes data from companies less-well-known in the West, as well as sales by storage developers to cloud hyperscalers.

In the total enterprise storage systems market, three Asian companies--Huawei and Inspur from China, and Japan-based Fujitsu, accounted for $791.5 million in sales, or about 5.9 percent of the total market. On top of that, ODM direct sales to hyperscalers reached $2.95 billion, down 5.3 percent over last year. IDC also called out the "Rest of Market" which sales of $2.00 billion, up about 1.8 percent.

In the external enterprise storage systems market, the "Rest of Market" sales amounted to $1.80 billion, up about 5.3 percent over last year.

 
 
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