Dell dominates converged systems market in Q3

Converged Systems Market by Product Category Q3 2016
The converged systems market revenue rose 1.7 percent to $2.6 billion during the third quarter of 2016.

The market consumed 1.4 exabytes (+12.5 percent) of new storage capacity during the third quarter.

“The converged systems ecosystem is itself converging at the supplier and product level,” said Eric Sheppard, research director, Enterprise Storage & Converged Systems at IDC.

On the product side, the strongest growth coming from offerings that have robust data services, high levels of automation, and strong lifecycle management capabilities.
Integrated Infrastructure revenue in Q3 2016Converged Systems

The combined integrated infrastructure and certified reference systems market fell 11.4 percent to $1.36 billion, representing 52.2 percent of the total market.

Dell Technologies was the largest supplier of this combined market segment with $670.9 million in sales, or 49.4 percent share of the market segment. A large part of this decline can be attributed to the discontinuation of the VSPEX certified reference systems.
Integrated Platforms revenue in Q3 2016 by IDCIntegrated Platform sales declined 9.7 percent to $671.8 million, representing 25.8 percent of the total revenue.

Oracle was the top-ranked supplier of Integrated Platforms during the quarter, generating revenues of $307.9 million and capturing a 45.8 percent share.

Hyperconverged sales grew 104.3 percent to $570.5 million, representing 22 percent of the total market value.

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