Cloud IT infrastructure share: Dell and Huawei gain as HPE and Cisco lost

The Cloud IT infrastructure market revenue – from server, storage, and Ethernet switch — grew 27.3 percent to $12.8 billion in Q4 2017.

The latest IDC research report on cloud IT infrastructure market said revenues reached $43.4 billion with 21.7 percent growth in 2017.
Cloud IT infrastructure share Q4 2017Public cloud infrastructure revenue rose 34 percent to $8.5 billion in Q4. Private cloud revenue reached $4.3 billion (+15.7 percent).

Regional Cloud markets

Latin America +6.2 percent
Japan +4.8 percent
Asia Pacific +59 percent
Central and Eastern Europe +34.1 percent
Canada +23.3 percent
Middle East & Africa +27.5 percent
USA +21.1 percent
Western Europe +16.6 percent

The public and private cloud revenues represent 42.2 percent of the total IT infrastructure spending against 39.3 percent in 2016.

Main vendors in Cloud IT infrastructure market 

Dell has increased its Cloud IT infrastructure market share to 14.7 percent in Q4 2017 from 14.6 percent in Q4 2016. HPE lost its Cloud IT infrastructure market share to 12.1 percent from 14.1 percent.

Cisco lost its share in Cloud IT infrastructure market to 8 percent from 9.5 percent. Huawei increased its Cloud IT infrastructure market share to 4.4 percent from 4.1 percent. IBM increased its Cloud IT infrastructure market share to 4 percent from 3.3 percent.
IDC on Cloud infrastructure market Q4 2017Non-cloud IT infrastructure revenue at $17.5 billion (+12.8 percent) represents 57.8 percent of total worldwide IT infrastructure spending.

“Public cloud IT infrastructure growth was led by expansion by Amazon and renewed growth in Google and Facebook infrastructure,” said Kuba Stolarski, research director for Computing Platforms at IDC.

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