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Global Micro Servers Market (2013 - 2018), By Processor Type (Intel, Arm, Amd), Component (Hardware, Software, Operating System), Application (Media Storage, Data Centers, Analytics, Cloud Computing) & Geography (North America, Europe, Apac, Row)

NEW YORK, March 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Micro Servers Market (2013 - 2018), By Processor Type (Intel, Arm, Amd), Component (Hardware, Software, Operating System), Application (Media Storage, Data Centers, Analytics, Cloud Computing) & Geography (North America, Europe, Apac, Row)

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Micro servers are an emerging form factor of servers designed to process low intensive workloads like lightweight web serving; simple content delivery nodes and low end dedicated hosting. They are basically low power servers consisting of several nodes that share a common architecture. Increasing demand for servers in data center due to the explosive growth of data usage among customers and the power usage of the traditional servers even when they are in idle mode makes them ineffective cost-wise. However the stringent requirement of maintaining 99.99% uptime of the websites or data availability makes these costs necessary. Micro servers were developed as a cost effective solution to this dilemma faced by servers industry. Micro servers have an extraordinary dense and power saving design in which fans and power supply are shared by tens or potentially, hundreds of server nodes. This efficiency leads to the elimination of space and power consumption of redundant components. The micro servers presently costs up to 63 percent less than the conventional servers.

Media storage application covers the largest share of the market presently as compared to other applications. However it is forecasted that data centers application will surpass it by 2018. The reason behind this is the growing online business and increasing requirement of security, storage, resilience in corporate. Analytics and cloud computing are the other promising applications of micro servers. Cloud computing application will grow at a phenomenal CAGR of 62.3% from 2013 to 2018.

North America has the largest market for micro servers presently. Media storage and data centers application are growing an extraordinary rate in these regions. As these applications hold the largest share among other applications, their growth will supplement the growth of micro servers. The prime reason behind this is the emergence of China and Japan. As cloud computing is getting popular in this region, new players have been entering into the internet datacenter services market. These new players have brought more Internet datacenter resources to meet the end users' fast-growing requirements. Thus as the internet datacenters market is growing, there is a huge need of setting up infrastructure to meet this demand. It is predicted that green field projects will be set up in these regions to compensate for this growth and this would give great opportunity for micro servers industry to install their solutions in these regions.

The report covers recent developments in the micro servers industry like AMD (U.S.) acquiring SeaMicro (U.S.) in march 2012 and partnership between Calxeda (U.S.) and Penguin computing (U.S.) in October 2012 to develop low power ARM micro servers. Several other acquisitions, mergers, new product launch, agreements etc. have taken place recently and are discussed in the report. The major players in the micro servers industry are Intel Corporation (U.S.), Hewlett-Packard (U.S.), Dell Inc (U.S.), Fujitsu (Japan), Samsung Electronics (South Korea) and others.

This report deals with all the driving factors, restraints, and opportunities with respect to the micro servers market, which are helpful in identifying trends and key success factors for the industry. It also profiles companies active in the micro servers industry. The report provides the competitive landscape of the players, which covers key growth strategies followed by all the major players. It also highlights the winning imperatives and burning issues pertaining to the PIC industry. It does analyze the micro servers market with the help of Porter's five-force model.

Scope of the report

This research report categorizes the global micro servers market, based on components, processor type and applications; it also covers the forecasted revenue of micro servers market from 2013 to 2018. It describes the deployments of micro servers in various regions. The report describes the applications mapping of the micro servers market with respect to the growth potential and adoption by the users.On the basis of Components

The Micro servers market is covered based on components used to develop micro servers. The components include hardware, software and operating system, hardware market is further segmented into processors, memory, storage and other devices.On the basis of Processor Type

The global micro servers market on the basis of processor type consists of Intel, Xeon and AMD based micro servers. The report covers the market of micro servers based on these processor types across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and ROWOn the basis of application areas

Application areas of Micro servers have been categorized into media storage, data centers, analytics, cloud computing and others. The market trend for these applications is discussedOn the basis of geography

Geographical analysis covers North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and ROW. TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION 18

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 181.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 191.3 MARKETS COVERED 201.4 STAKEHOLDERS 211.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 221.5.1 MARKET SIZE 231.5.2 KEY DATA POINTS FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 231.5.3 KEY DATA POINTS FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 231.5.4 ASSUMPTIONS MADE FOR THIS REPORT 241.5.5 LIST OF COMPANIES COVERED DURING THE REPORT 25

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 27

3 MARKET OVERVIEW 30

3.1 INTRODUCTION TO SERVERS 31

3.1.1 TOWER SERVER 32

3.1.2 BLADE SERVER 32

3.1.3 RACK SERVER 32

3.2 MARKET DEFINITION 33

3.3 EVOLUTION AND HISTORY OF MICRO SERVERS 34

3.4 MARKET DYNAMICS 36

3.4.1 DRIVERS 36

3.4.1.1 Power efficiency 37

3.4.1.2 High density 38

3.4.1.3 Low cost 39

3.4.2 RESTRAINTS 40

3.4.2.1 Lack of common standards 40

3.4.2.2 Lack of awareness 40

3.4.3 OPPORTUNITIES 41

3.4.3.1 Launch of micro servers based on 64 bit ARM processor 41

3.4.3.2 Emergence of data centers in China and Japan 41

3.5 BURNING ISSUE 42

3.5.1 LIMITED USE OF MICRO SERVERS IN LARGE ENTERPRISES 42

3.6 WINNING IMPERATIVES 42

3.6.1 ECONOMICAL REPLACEMENT 42

3.7 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 43

3.8 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES MODEL 44

3.8.1 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS 45

3.8.2 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES 45

3.8.3 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS 45

3.8.4 BARGAINING POWER OF CUSTOMERS 46

3.8.5 DEGREE OF COMPETITION 46

4 MICRO SERVERS MARKET, BY PROCESSOR TYPE 47

4.1 INTRODUCTION 48

4.2 INTEL-BASED MICRO SERVERS 50

4.2.1 ATOM-BASED MICRO SERVERS 54

4.2.1.1 Low-powered micro servers greening data centers 55

4.2.2 XEON-BASED MICRO SERVERS 56

4.2.2.1 Big data analytics and cloud computing picking up the market 56

4.3 ARM-BASED MICRO SERVERS 57

4.3.1 NEW RANGE OF ARM PROCESSORS 58

4.4 AMD-BASED MICRO SERVERS 60

4.4.1 DISRUPTIVE SERVER STRATEGY 60

5 GLOBAL MICRO SERVERS MARKET, BY COMPONENT 63

5.1 INTRODUCTION 64

5.2 HARDWARE 65

5.2.1 PROCESSOR 66

5.2.2 MEMORY 68

5.2.3 STORAGE 71

5.2.4 OTHERS 73

5.3 SOFTWARE 74

5.3.1 SYSTEM SOFTWARE 74

5.3.2 PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE 74

5.3.3 APPLICATION SOFTWARE 75

5.4 OPERATING SYSTEM 76

6 APPLICATIONS MARKET 78

6.1 INTRODUCTION 79

6.2 MEDIA STORAGE 81

6.2.1 TYPES OF MEDIA STORAGE DEVICES 81

6.2.1.1 Magnetic storage devices 81

6.2.1.2 Optical storage devices 81

6.2.1.3 Solid state storage devices 81

6.2.1.4 Server storage devices 82

6.2.2 GROWTH DRIVERS FOR MEDIA STORAGE APPLICATION 83

6.3 DATA CENTERS 85

6.3.1 HIGH INVESTMENT IN DATA CENTERS MARKET 86

6.4 CLOUD COMPUTING 89

6.4.1 CLOUD COMPUTING GAINING MOMENTUM 91

6.5 ANALYTICS 92

6.5.1 TRENDS IN REAL-TIME ANALYTICS 93

6.6 OTHERS 96

7 MICRO SERVERS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 98

7.1 INTRODUCTION 99

7.2 NORTH AMERICA 100

7.3 EUROPE 105

7.4 ASIA-PACIFIC (APAC) 109

7.5 REST OF THE WORLD (ROW) 114

8 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 118

8.1 INTRODUCTION 119

8.2 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 121

8.3 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH/DEVELOPMENT 123

8.4 PARTNERSHIPS/AGREEMENTS/STRATEGIC ALLIANCES/COLLABORATIONS 128

8.5 OTHERS 131

9 COMPANY PROFILES 132

9.1 ACER INC 132

9.1.1 OVERVIEW 132

9.1.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 133

9.1.3 FINANCIALS 133

9.1.4 STRATEGY 134

9.1.5 DEVELOPMENTS 135

9.2 ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES INC 136

9.2.1 OVERVIEW 136

9.2.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 136

9.2.3 FINANCIALS 138

9.2.4 STRATEGY 138

9.2.5 DEVELOPMENTS 138

9.3 APPLIED MICRO CIRCUITS CORPORATION 140

9.3.1 OVERVIEW 140

9.3.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 140

9.3.3 FINANCIALS 141

9.3.4 STRATEGY 141

9.3.5 DEVELOPMENTS 142

9.4 ARM LTD 143

9.4.1 OVERVIEW 143

9.4.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 143

9.4.3 FINANCIALS 144

9.4.4 STRATEGY 145

9.4.5 DEVELOPMENTS 146

9.5 CALXEDA 147

9.5.1 OVERVIEW 147

9.5.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 147

9.5.3 FINANCIALS 148

9.5.4 STRATEGY 148

9.5.5 DEVELOPMENTS 149

9.6 CAVIUM, INC. 150

9.6.1 OVERVIEW 150

9.6.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 151

9.6.3 FINANCIALS 151

9.6.4 STRATEGY 153

9.6.5 DEVELOPMENTS 154

9.7 DELL INC 155

9.7.1 OVERVIEW 155

9.7.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 155

9.7.3 FINANCIALS 156

9.7.4 STRATEGY 156

9.7.5 DEVELOPMENTS 157

9.8 FUJITSU LIMITED 158

9.8.1 OVERVIEW 158

9.8.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 158

9.8.3 FINANCIALS 159

9.8.4 STRATEGY 159

9.8.5 DEVELOPMENTS 160

9.9 HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY 161

9.9.1 OVERVIEW 161

9.9.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 162

9.9.3 FINANCIALS 162

9.9.4 STRATEGY 163

9.9.5 DEVELOPMENTS 163

9.10 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD. 165

9.10.1 OVERVIEW 165

9.10.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 166

9.10.3 FINANCIALS 166

9.10.4 STRATEGY 167

9.10.5 DEVELOPMENTS 167

9.11 INGRAM MICRO 168

9.11.1 OVERVIEW 168

9.11.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 168

9.11.3 FINANCIALS 169

9.11.4 STRATEGY 169

9.11.5 DEVELOPMENTS 169

9.12 INTEL CORPORATION 171

9.12.1 OVERVIEW 171

9.12.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 172

9.12.3 FINANCIALS 172

9.12.4 STRATEGY 173

9.12.5 DEVELOPMENTS 173

9.13 MARVELL 174

9.13.1 OVERVIEW 174

9.13.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 174

9.13.3 FINANCIALS 175

9.13.4 STRATEGY 177

9.13.5 DEVELOPMENTS 177

9.14 MITAC INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION 179

9.14.1 OVERVIEW 179

9.14.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 179

9.14.3 FINANCIALS 180

9.14.4 STRATEGY 181

9.14.5 DEVELOPMENTS 181

9.15 NVIDIA CORPORATION 182

9.15.1 OVERVIEW 182

9.15.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 183

9.15.3 FINANCIALS 184

9.15.4 STRATEGY 185

9.15.5 DEVELOPMENTS 186

9.16 ORACLE 187

9.16.1 OVERVIEW 187

9.16.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 187

9.16.3 FINANCIALS 188

9.16.4 STRATEGY 188

9.16.5 DEVELOPMENTS 189

9.17 PENGUIN COMPUTING 190

9.17.1 OVERVIEW 190

9.17.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 190

9.17.3 FINANCIALS 191

9.17.4 STRATEGY 191

9.17.5 DEVELOPMENTS 192

9.18 SANDISK CORPORATION 193

9.18.1 OVERVIEW 193

9.18.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 194

9.18.3 FINANCIALS 195

9.18.4 STRATEGY 196

9.18.5 DEVELOPMENTS 197

9.19 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD 199

9.19.1 OVERVIEW 199

9.19.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 200

9.19.3 FINANCIALS 200

9.19.4 STRATEGY 201

9.19.5 DEVELOPMENTS 201

9.20 SUPER MICRO COMPUTER. INC 202

9.20.1 OVERVIEW 202

9.20.2 PRODUCT & SERVICES 202

9.20.3 FINANCIALS 203

9.20.4 STRATEGY 203

9.20.5 DEVELOPMENTS 204

9.21 TILERA CORPORATION 205

9.21.1 OVERVIEW 205

9.21.2 PRODUCTS & SERVICES 205

9.21.3 FINANCIALS 206

9.21.4 STRATEGY 206

9.21.5 DEVELOPMENTS 207

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 GENERAL ASSUMPTIONS 24

TABLE 2 MARKET ASSUMPTIONS 25

TABLE 3 COMPANIES COVERED DURING THE RESEARCH 25

TABLE 4 MICRO SERVERS MARKET PENETRATION, 2012 – 2018 ($BILLION) 28

TABLE 5 MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUES, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 28

TABLE 6 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DRIVERS OF MICRO SERVERS MARKET 36

TABLE 7 COMPARISON OF POWER USAGE AMONG SERVERS AND MICRO SERVERS DEVELOPED BY HP 37

TABLE 8 COST COMPARISON OF HP SERVERS 39

TABLE 9 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF RESTRAINTS OF MICRO SERVERS MARKET 40

TABLE 10 COMPARISON BETWEEN INTEL AND ARM BASED MICRO SERVERS 48

TABLE 11 GLOBAL MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BASED ON PROCESSOR TYPE, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 49

TABLE 12 INTELS LEADERSHIP ROADMAP 50

TABLE 13 INTEL ATOM S1200 PRICE ANALYSIS 51

TABLE 14 LOW POWER PROCESSOR 51

TABLE 15 COMPARISON BETWEEN ATOM AND XEON BASED MICRO SERVERS 52

TABLE 16 GLOBAL INTEL BASED MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPES, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 52

TABLE 17 INTEL PROCESSOR BASED MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE,

BY APPLICATION, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 53

TABLE 18 INTEL PROCESSOR BASED MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 54

TABLE 19 ATOM BASED MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 55

TABLE 20 XEON BASED MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 57

TABLE 21 ARM PROCESSOR BASED MICRO SERVERS MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 58

TABLE 22 ARM-BASED MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 59

TABLE 23 AMD PROCESSOR-BASED MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE,

BY APPLICATIONS, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 61

TABLE 24 AMD-BASED MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 62

TABLE 25 GLOBAL MICRO SERVERS MARKET, BY COMPONENTS,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 64

TABLE 26 MICRO SERVER HARDWARE MARKET REVENUES, BY DEVICE,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 65

TABLE 27 MICRO SERVER HARDWARE MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 66

TABLE 28 THREE BASIC CHARACTERISTICS THAT DIFFERENTIATE MICROPROCESSORS 67

TABLE 29 PROCESSORS MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 68

TABLE 30 TYPES OF MEMORY 69

TABLE 31 MEMORY MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 70

TABLE 32 TYPES OF MASS STORAGE 71

TABLE 33 STORAGE MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 72

TABLE 34 OTHERS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 73

TABLE 35 MICRO SERVER SOFTWARE MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 75

TABLE 36 CLASSIFICATION OF OPERATING SYSTEMS 76

TABLE 37 MICRO SERVER OS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 77

TABLE 38 MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY APPLICATIONS,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 80

TABLE 39 MEDIA STORAGE MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 84

TABLE 40 GLOBAL MEDIA STORAGE MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESSOR TYPES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 85

TABLE 41 ESTIMATED WEB 2.0 DATA CENTER SPENDING,

2011 - 2016 ($MILLION) 86

TABLE 42 DATA CENTERS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 87

TABLE 43 GLOBAL DATA CENTERS MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESSOR TYPES, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 88

TABLE 44 CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 91

TABLE 45 GLOBAL COMPUTING MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESSOR TYPES,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 92

TABLE 46 TECHNOLOGIES THAT SUPPORT REAL-TIME ANALYTICS 93

TABLE 47 ANALYTICS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 94

TABLE 48 GLOBAL ANALYTICS MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESSOR TYPES,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 95

TABLE 49 OTHERS: APPLICATIONS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 - 2018 ($MILLION) 96

TABLE 50 OTHERS MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESSOR TYPES,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 97

TABLE 51 NORTH AMERICA: MICRO SERVER MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESSOR, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 100

TABLE 52 NORTH AMERICA: INTEL PROCESSOR BASED MICRO SERVERS,

BY TYPE, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 101

TABLE 53 NORTH AMERICA: MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE,

BY COMPONENTS, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 102

TABLE 54 NORTH AMERICA: HARDWARE DEVICE MARKET,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 103

TABLE 55 NORTH AMERICA: MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE,

BY APPLICATIONS, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 104

TABLE 56 EUROPE: MICRO SERVER MARKET REVENUE,BY PROCESSORS,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 105

TABLE 57 EUROPE: INTEL PROCESSOR BASED MICRO SERVERS, BY TYPE,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 106

TABLE 58 EUROPE: MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY COMPONENTS,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 107

TABLE 59 EUROPE: HARDWARE DEVICE MARKET, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 108

TABLE 60 EUROPE: MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY APPLICATIONS,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 109

TABLE 61 APAC: MICRO SERVER MARKET REVENUE,BY PROCESSORS,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 110

TABLE 62 APAC: INTEL PROCESSOR BASED MICRO SERVERS, BY TYPE,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 111

TABLE 63 APAC: MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY COMPONENTS,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 111

TABLE 64 APAC: HARDWARE DEVICE MARKET, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 112

TABLE 65 APAC: MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY APPLICATIONS,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 113

TABLE 66 ROW: MICRO SERVER MARKET REVENUE,BY PROCESSOR TYPES,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 114

TABLE 67 ROW: INTEL PROCESSOR BASED MICRO SERVERS, BY TYPE,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 115

TABLE 68 ROW: MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY COMPONENTS,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 115

TABLE 69 ROW: HARDWARE DEVICE MARKET, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 116

TABLE 70 ROW: MICRO SERVERS MARKET REVENUE, BY APPLICATIONS,

2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 117

TABLE 71 MAJOR PLAYERS IN MICRO SERVERS MARKET 120

TABLE 72 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS (2010 - 2012) 121

TABLE 73 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH/DEVELOPMENT (2010 - 2012) 123

TABLE 74 PARTNERSHIPS/AGREEMENTS/STRATEGIC ALLIANCE/ COLLABORATIONS (2012) 128

TABLE 75 OTHERS 131

TABLE 76 ACER: OVERALL REVENUE & NET INCOME, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 133

TABLE 77 ACER: MARKET REVENUE, BY SEGMENTS, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 134

TABLE 78 ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES: OVERALL REVENUE, 2010 - 2011 ($MILLION) 138

TABLE 79 APPLIED MICRO CIRCUITS: OVERALL REVENUE, 2011 - 2012 ($MILLION) 141

TABLE 80 ARM: OVERALL REVENUE, 2010 - 2011 ($MILLION) 144

TABLE 81 ARM: MARKET REVENUE, BY BUSINESS DIVISIONS, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 145

TABLE 82 CAVIUM: OVERALL REVENUE & NET INCOME, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 152

TABLE 83 CAVIUM: MARKET REVENUE, BY SEGMENTS, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 152

TABLE 84 CAVIUM: MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 153

TABLE 85 DELL: OVERALL REVENUE AND NET INCOME, 2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 156

TABLE 86 FUJITSU: TOTAL REVENUE AND NET INCOME, 2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 159

TABLE 87 HP: TOTAL REVENUE AND NET INCOME, 2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 162

TABLE 88 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES: TOTAL REVENUE AND NET INCOME, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 166

TABLE 89 INGRAM MICRO: OVERALL REVENUE, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 169

TABLE 90 INTEL: TOTAL REVENUE AND NET INCOME, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 172

TABLE 91 MARVELL: MARKET REVENUE, 2011 - 2012 ($MILLION) 175

TABLE 92 MARVELL: MARKET REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS, 2011 - 2012 ($MILLION) 176

TABLE 93 MARVELL: MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 176

TABLE 94 MITAC INTERNATIONAL: MARKET REVENUE, 2010 - 2011 ($MILLION) 180

TABLE 95 MITAC INTERNATIONAL: MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 - 2011 ($MILLION) 180

TABLE 96 NVIDIA: MARKET REVENUE, 2011 - 2012 ($MILLION) 184

TABLE 97 NVIDIA: MARKET REVENUE, BY PRODUCT SEGMENTS, 2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 184

TABLE 98 NVIDIA: MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011 - 2012 ($MILLION) 185

TABLE 99 ORACLE: TOTAL REVENUE AND NET INCOME, 2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 188

TABLE 100 SANDISK: TOTAL REVENUE AND NET INCOME, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 195

TABLE 101 SANDISK: MARKET REVENUE, BY SEGMENTS, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 196

TABLE 102 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS: TOTAL REVENUE AND NET INCOME, 2010 – 2011 ($BILLION) 200

TABLE 103 SUPERMICRO: OVERALL REVENUE, 2010 - 2012 ($MILLION) 203

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY TO DERIVE THE MARKET SIZE 22

FIGURE 2 MARKET SEGMENTATION OF MICRO SERVERS 33

FIGURE 3 EVOLUTION OF MICRO SERVERS 35

FIGURE 4 HIGH DENSITY: DRIVER FOR MICRO SERVERS 38

FIGURE 5 VALUE CHAIN OF MICRO SERVERS 43

FIGURE 6 PORTERS FIVE FORCES MODEL 44

FIGURE 7 MICRO SERVER MARKET PENETRATION IN VARIOUS APPLICATIONS 79

FIGURE 8 MEDIA SERVER 82

FIGURE 9 HOW CLOUD COMPUTING WORKS 90

FIGURE 10 PERCENTAGE SPLIT OF MICRO SERVERS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2018 99

FIGURE 11 SERVERS MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS 119

FIGURE 12 ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 137

FIGURE 13 NVIDIA: OPERATING SEGMENTS 183

FIGURE 14 PENGUIN COMPUTING: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 191

To order this report:IT_Outsourcing Industry: Global Micro Servers Market (2013 - 2018), By Processor Type (Intel, Arm, Amd), Component (Hardware, Software, Operating System), Application (Media Storage, Data Centers, Analytics, Cloud Computing) & Geography (North America, Europe, Apac, Row)

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The Internet of Things will put IT to its ultimate test by creating infinite new opportunities to digitize products and services, generate and analyze new data to improve customer satisfaction, and discover new ways to gain a competitive advantage across nearly every industry. In order to help corporate business units to capitalize on the rapidly evolving IoT opportunities, IT must stand up to a new set of challenges. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Jeff Kaplan, Managing Director of THINKstrategies, will examine why IT must finally fulfill its role in support of its SBUs or face a new round of...
One of the biggest challenges when developing connected devices is identifying user value and delivering it through successful user experiences. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Mike Kuniavsky, Principal Scientist, Innovation Services at PARC, described an IoT-specific approach to user experience design that combines approaches from interaction design, industrial design and service design to create experiences that go beyond simple connected gadgets to create lasting, multi-device experiences grounded in people's real needs and desires.
Enthusiasm for the Internet of Things has reached an all-time high. In 2013 alone, venture capitalists spent more than $1 billion dollars investing in the IoT space. With "smart" appliances and devices, IoT covers wearable smart devices, cloud services to hardware companies. Nest, a Google company, detects temperatures inside homes and automatically adjusts it by tracking its user's habit. These technologies are quickly developing and with it come challenges such as bridging infrastructure gaps, abiding by privacy concerns and making the concept a reality. These challenges can't be addressed w...
The Domain Name Service (DNS) is one of the most important components in networking infrastructure, enabling users and services to access applications by translating URLs (names) into IP addresses (numbers). Because every icon and URL and all embedded content on a website requires a DNS lookup loading complex sites necessitates hundreds of DNS queries. In addition, as more internet-enabled ‘Things' get connected, people will rely on DNS to name and find their fridges, toasters and toilets. According to a recent IDG Research Services Survey this rate of traffic will only grow. What's driving t...
Connected devices and the Internet of Things are getting significant momentum in 2014. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Jim Hunter, Chief Scientist & Technology Evangelist at Greenwave Systems, examined three key elements that together will drive mass adoption of the IoT before the end of 2015. The first element is the recent advent of robust open source protocols (like AllJoyn and WebRTC) that facilitate M2M communication. The second is broad availability of flexible, cost-effective storage designed to handle the massive surge in back-end data in a world where timely analytics is e...
Scott Jenson leads a project called The Physical Web within the Chrome team at Google. Project members are working to take the scalability and openness of the web and use it to talk to the exponentially exploding range of smart devices. Nearly every company today working on the IoT comes up with the same basic solution: use my server and you'll be fine. But if we really believe there will be trillions of these devices, that just can't scale. We need a system that is open a scalable and by using the URL as a basic building block, we open this up and get the same resilience that the web enjoys.
We are reaching the end of the beginning with WebRTC, and real systems using this technology have begun to appear. One challenge that faces every WebRTC deployment (in some form or another) is identity management. For example, if you have an existing service – possibly built on a variety of different PaaS/SaaS offerings – and you want to add real-time communications you are faced with a challenge relating to user management, authentication, authorization, and validation. Service providers will want to use their existing identities, but these will have credentials already that are (hopefully) i...
"Matrix is an ambitious open standard and implementation that's set up to break down the fragmentation problems that exist in IP messaging and VoIP communication," explained John Woolf, Technical Evangelist at Matrix, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at @ThingsExpo, held Nov 4–6, 2014, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
P2P RTC will impact the landscape of communications, shifting from traditional telephony style communications models to OTT (Over-The-Top) cloud assisted & PaaS (Platform as a Service) communication services. The P2P shift will impact many areas of our lives, from mobile communication, human interactive web services, RTC and telephony infrastructure, user federation, security and privacy implications, business costs, and scalability. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Robin Raymond, Chief Architect at Hookflash, will walk through the shifting landscape of traditional telephone and voice services ...
Explosive growth in connected devices. Enormous amounts of data for collection and analysis. Critical use of data for split-second decision making and actionable information. All three are factors in making the Internet of Things a reality. Yet, any one factor would have an IT organization pondering its infrastructure strategy. How should your organization enhance its IT framework to enable an Internet of Things implementation? In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, James Kirkland, Chief Architect for the Internet of Things and Intelligent Systems at Red Hat, described how to revolutioniz...
Bit6 today issued a challenge to the technology community implementing Web Real Time Communication (WebRTC). To leap beyond WebRTC’s significant limitations and fully leverage its underlying value to accelerate innovation, application developers need to consider the entire communications ecosystem.
The definition of IoT is not new, in fact it’s been around for over a decade. What has changed is the public's awareness that the technology we use on a daily basis has caught up on the vision of an always on, always connected world. If you look into the details of what comprises the IoT, you’ll see that it includes everything from cloud computing, Big Data analytics, “Things,” Web communication, applications, network, storage, etc. It is essentially including everything connected online from hardware to software, or as we like to say, it’s an Internet of many different things. The difference ...
Cloud Expo 2014 TV commercials will feature @ThingsExpo, which was launched in June, 2014 at New York City's Javits Center as the largest 'Internet of Things' event in the world.