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North America to Remain Dominant Micro Servers Market

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Published on : Dec 23, 2016

The global market for micro servers is witnessing a significant rise in its valuation. The escalating demand for micro servers in large, mid-, and small-sized enterprises is propelling this market substantially. In addition to this, the growing demand for low cost, dense, and power efficient servers in cloud data centers is the most prominent factor behind the growth of this market.

North America to Continue to Lead

The global market for micro servers is spread across Europe, Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa. As of now, North America is leading this market, thanks to the presence of established micro server manufacturers in this region.

Other regional markets are also registering considerable growth in their market shares due to the tremendous rise in media storage- as well as data center-based applications. Asia Pacific, among these, is likely to experience the most prominent growth over the next few years, thanks to the high pace of infrastructural development in data centers and the rising uptake of cloud technology.

Players to Focus on Introduction of New Products

The worldwide market for micro servers is reporting an intense demand for efficient computing products across the world, encouraging key market players to focus aggressively on the introduction of new products and the improvement in their current product line. Intel Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co., and Dell Corp. have been dominating this market since the last few years. However, the competition within this market is going to intensify further, as the number of players, with processors licensed from ARM, entering this market is increasing considerably.

Quanta Computer, Penguin Computing, Fujitsu, ARM, Marvell Technology, MITAC, Advanced Micro Devices, SuperMicro Computers, Tyan Computers, Plat’Home, Boston, Cavium, and Acer are some of the leading players operating in the global market for micro servers.