The Most Promising Areas for Dedicated Server Market to Grow


In this article, we are going to see some specific areas, where the server market can grow rapidly.

According to Gartner, there are three particular areas, where the server market can grow hugely by 2015. They are:

  • Data Centers in Hyperscale
  • Desktop Virtualization
  • Servers with Low Power Consumption
  • Let’s go through one by one…

Data Centers in Hyperscale

According to a study done by an IT Research Company “Gartner”, data centers in each hyperscale will be one of the most promising areas for the server market to grow. Gartner states that, the sales of vendors will boost in the coming years. According to him, this area accounts for about 11% of the server sales. It also says that the x86 server market will reach up to 17% by the year 2015. Server providers are also offering support, installation, plan the manufacturing date of the items and provide customer designs. The main reason behind providing all these things is to highlight the company in this competitive market.

Desktop Virtualization

The model of desktop virtualization is the hottest trend and another area that have shown significant growth in the market. The operational efficiency and business continuity plan are among the companies interests attracting them towards the desktop virtualization. According to the Gartner’s recommendation, server vendors should not only look for partnerships with small and medium sized corporations, but also with large companies and government organizations.

Servers with Low Power Consumption

Companies are now taking initiatives in utilizing the server with low power consumption. This need for companies will encourage and increase the opportunities between IT vendors. Gartner also states that, the 2.5% of the x86 server market will yield space to data centers equipped with the best technologies for power management. The IT Research company noted that the web hosting servers with low power consumption still depends on the recent technology and research and demand investment.


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