Amazon Web Services (AWS) has achieved 25 percent revenue growth in Q4 2014 against Q3 and 30 percent market share in the cloud infrastructure service market.
Synergy Research Group said Microsoft achieved the highest year-on-year revenue growth, followed by Google.
IBM continued to lead in the private and hybrid service segment.
In 2014, the share of AWS in the worldwide the cloud infrastructure service market was 28 percent, followed by Microsoft (10 percent), IBM (7 percent), Google (5 percent), salesforce (4 percent) and Rackspace (3 percent).
Synergy estimates that quarterly cloud infrastructure service revenues (including IaaS, PaaS and private & hybrid cloud) are now approaching the $5 billion milestone, with trailing twelve-month revenues exceeding $16 billion. Total 2014 revenues grew by 48 percent from the previous year.
“The momentum that has been built up at AWS and Microsoft is particularly impressive. They have an ever-broadening portfolio of services and they are also benefitting from a slowdown in the super-aggressive price competition that was a feature of the first half of 2014,” John Dinsdale, chief analyst and research director at Synergy Research Group, said.