Storage suppliers Dell, HPE, NetApp and IBM in second quarter

Enterprise storage systems market revenue decreased 0.8 percent to $6.3 billion in the second quarter of 2019, the latest IDC report indicated.
Storage market share of Dell and HPE in Q2 2019
Dell Technologies has achieved 29.9 percent share in the enterprise external storage revenue in Q2. Dell Technologies has lost its storage revenue share to 29.9 percent in Q2 2019 against 30.2 percent in Q2 2018. Dell Technologies has reported storage revenue of $1891 million vs $1927 million.

HPE has a share of 11.7 percent and NetApp has 10.8 percent of the storage market revenue. HPE has increased its storage revenue share to 11.7 percent from 10.2 percent. HPE reported storage revenue of $740 million vs $652 million.

NetApp has also lost its storage revenue share to 10.8 percent from 13.1 percent. NetApp has posted storage revenue of $684 million vs $832 million.

IBM has 7.1 percent share and Hitachi has 6.9 percent share of global external storage market revenues. IBM has lost its storage revenue share to 7.1 percent from 9.1 percent. IBM reported storage revenue of $448 million vs $580 million.

Hitachi has enhanced its storage revenue share to 6.9 percent from 6.3 percent. The storage revenue of Hitachi increased to $437 million vs $402 million.

Capacity shipments in the external storage systems market rose 5.2 percent year over year to 16.3 exabytes during the quarter.

Capacity shipments in the total market (including ODMs and server-based storage) declined 4.2 percent to 107.9 exabytes.

Revenue generated by the original design manufacturers (ODMs) selling to hyperscale datacenters fell 22.9 percent to $4.2 billion.

The total All Flash Array (AFA) market dipped 0.7 percent to nearly $2.1 billion in revenue during the quarter. The Hybrid Flash Array (HFA) market rose 3.8 percent to $2.7 billion in revenue.

“Second quarter results trended similarly to the first quarter with ODMs continuing to decline against a difficult year-over-year comparison and internal (server-based) storage weighed down by a contraction in the server market,” said Sebastian Lagana, research manager, Infrastructure Platforms and Technologies at IDC.