Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/24/2018 -- A server is a hardware system that operates on suitable software and provides network services by operating across the computer network. A server can run on an individual computer called the server computer or on a network containing numerous interconnected computers.
Increase in demand for x86 high-end servers in recent years is one of the major driving factors for the global high-end enterprise servers market. Demand for high-end enterprise servers is increasing with the growth in cloud computing solutions and services market. Enterprises providing cloud computing services are adopting high-end enterprises servers to meet the speed and uptime demand for their services. The emerging big data trend is also driving the adoption of high-end enterprise servers across major industry verticals. Big data analytics is being used by all major companies across the industry verticals and it requires servers with high processing capabilities. Furthermore, the use of analytics and big data processing software is increasing across industry verticals such as hospitals, retail and Banking, Financial services and Institutions (BFSI), which is driving the growth of high-end enterprise servers market. However, high initial and installation costs associated with the use of high-end enterprise servers is one of the major challenges restraining the wide adoption of high-end servers. Furthermore, high level of technical skills is required for the installation and maintenance of high-end enterprise servers.
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Global high-end enterprises servers market is segmented on the basis of operating system used, chip type, operating systems bits and geography. On the basis of operating system used, the market for high-end enterprises servers market is segmented into Linux operating system, windows server operating systems, IBM I and UNIX operating system. Further, on the basis of chip type, the high-end enterprise servers market is segmented into two major types namely complex instruction set computing (CISC) and reduced instruction set computing (RISC). 32 bit enterprise servers and 64 bit enterprise servers are the two major types of high-end enterprise servers on the basis of operating system bits. High-end server solutions are used by various industry verticals. Thus, on the basis of industry verticals the market for high-end enterprises servers is segmented into Banking, Financial Services, And Insurance (BFSI) sector, telecom and IT, media and entertainment, retail sector, manufacturing industry, healthcare industry and other industry verticals. North America is the major geographical segment for high-end enterprise servers market in terms of revenue, followed by European region. The United States, Japan, France, and Germany are some of the major countries driving the growth of high-end enterprise servers market in North American and European region.
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Apple, Inc., Aspera, Inc., CCS Infotech Limited, Cisco Systems, Inc., Dell, Inc., Appro International, Inc., Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation, ASUSTeK Computer, Inc., Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Acer, Inc., Borland Software Corporation, Unisys Corporation, Groupe Bull, HCL Infosystems Ltd., Hewlett-Packard Company, Hitachi, Ltd., IBM Corporation, Lenovo Group Limited, NCR Corporation, NEC Corporation, Silicon Graphics, Inc., Sun Microsystems, Inc., Toshiba Corporation, Super Micro Computer, Inc., Uniwide Technologies, Inc., and Wipro Infotech are some of the major vendors in the global high-end enterprises servers market.