Oracle leads Integrated Platform systems with 54% share

Top 3 Vendors in Integrated Platforms in Second Quarter of 2015
Oracle is leading the Integrated Platform systems with 54 percent share, while VCE is the leader in Integrated Infrastructure in the second quarter with 26.3 percent share, said IDC.

The market share of Oracle decreased to 54 percent from 54.9 percent.

The number two vendor in the global Integrated Platform systems market is IBM with 8.9 percent share, while HP is in the third position with 3.4 percent share. IBM shared dipped to 8.9 percent from 11.2 percent. HP share shot off to 3.4 percent from 1.7 percent.

The integrated infrastructure and platforms market revenue increased 1.7 percent year over year to $2.4 billion during the second quarter of 2015, said IDC.

The shipment of integrated infrastructure and platforms rose 44.8 percent to 1,210 petabytes of new storage capacity during the second quarter.

The IT analysis report noted decrease in integrated platforms and increase in integrated infrastructure systems.

Kevin M Permenter, senior research analyst, Enterprise Servers at IDC, said: “Organizations are leaning away from workload-specific platforms and toward general-purpose, multi-workload hardware solutions. We expect to see this trend continue through 2015.”

IDC says Integrated Platforms are integrated systems that are sold with additional pre-integrated packaged software and customized system engineering optimized to enable such functions as application development software, databases, testing, and integration tools.

Integrated Infrastructure systems are designed for general purpose, distributed workloads that are likely to have differing performance profiles.

The Integrated Platforms market generated revenues fell 15.3 percent to $894.8 million, which represented 36.6 percent of the total market value.

Oracle was the largest supplier of Integrated Platform systems with $482.9 million in sales, or 54 percent share of the market segment.
Top 3 Vendors in Worldwide Integrated Infrastructure in Second Quarter of 2015
Integrated Infrastructure sales grew 15.5 percent to $1.5 billion worth of sales representing 63.4 percent of the total market value.

VCE was the top-ranked supplier of Integrated Infrastructure in the quarter, generating revenues of $409.4 million and capturing a 26.3 percent share of the market segment, said IDC.

The second largest vendor in the global  Integrated Infrastructure market was Cisco / NetApp with 23.8 percent share. HP is in the third position, while EMC is in the third rank with 16.9 percent share. VCE share increased from 24.3 percent to 26.3 percent, Cisco / NetApp rose from 22.5 percent to 23.8 percent, HP share grew from 15 percent to 17.7 percent and EMC decreased share from 17.7 percent to 16.9 percent, said IDC.

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