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HPE, Dell Battle For Server Market-Share Supremacy

The global server market hit $23.6 billion in second-quarter 2021, with midrange and high-end server sales dropping 30 percent or more, according to new data from IDC. CRN breaks down the top five server vendors that led the world in market share and total number of servers shipped.

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No. 1: Hewlett Packard Enterprise/H3C

Market Share: 15.7%

Total Servers Shipped: 446,168

Due to the existing joint venture between HPE and H3C, IDC combines market share from both companies in its server data research as HPE/H3C.

Houston-based HPE and China-based H3C generated a total of $3.7 billion in server sales in the second quarter, up 3.4 percent year over year. HPE and H3C’s market share stands at 15.7 percent in the second quarter of 2021, up from 14.8 percent year over year.

In terms of total servers shipped in the quarter, HPE/H3C placed second by shipping a total of 446,168 servers, representing a decline of 2.3 percent year over year.

Looking at server shipment competition between Dell and HPE/H3C, Dell shipped 98,000 more servers in second-quarter 2021 year over year, while HPE/H3C shipped about 10,000 less servers on a year-over-year basis.

 
 
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