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Global Micro Servers Industry

NEW YORK, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Micro Servers Industry
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This report analyzes the Global Market for Micro Servers in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2011 through 2018. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 29 companies including many key and niche players such as -

Acer America
Dell, Inc.
Fujitsu Limited
Hewlett-Packard Company
Super Micro Computer, Inc.
TYAN Computers Corp.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
Disclaimers I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-2
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3
Micro Server I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1
Micro Servers: A Burgeoning Breed II-1
Outlook II-2

2. TRENDS AND ISSUES II-3
Demand for Low Power Servers Bodes Well for Micro Servers Market II-3
Table 1: Global Servers Market (2013): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Revenues by Server Class (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-4

Table 2: Global Low-End Servers Market (2013): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Volume Sales by Geographic Region
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-4
Cloud Computing Moderates the Need for High Performance Servers II-4
Table 3: Use of Cloud Storage for Primary Storage, Backup
Storage and Web Content Storage Applications by Small, Medium
and Large Enterprises (2012) (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-5
Enterprise Data Centers - A Growing Application Market II-6
Web 2.0 Companies Drive Demand II-6

Micro Servers Set to Weaken Stronghold of Virtualization II-6
System-on-Chip for Micro Servers II-7
Servers with Multi Cores: A Key Trend II-7
SMB's Demand for Low-End Servers Spurs Opportunities for Micro
Servers II-8
Server Clustering: A Beneficial Trend Driving Growth of Micro
Servers II-8
ARM-Based Processors - Close Competition to Intel II-9
Windows Remains the Popular Server Operating System II-9
Table 4: World Server Market (2013): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Value Sales by Operating System (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-9
White Box Vendors Increase Penetration II-10
Asia-Pacific Offers Immense Growth Opportunities II-10
Competition II-10

3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-12
Servers: Definition and Classification II-12
Types of Servers by Price II-13
Micro Servers II-13
Types of Servers by Operating System II-13
Unix II-13
Windows Server II-14
Linux II-14
NetWare II-15
OpenVMS II-15
IBM i II-15
z/OS II-16
Types of Servers Based on Chip Types II-16
Servers Based on Applications II-18

4. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-20
Verizon Opts AMD SeaMicro Servers for Data Centers II-20
Sandisk and Marvell Collaborate to Offer Micro Servers for
Enterprise Cloud Storage II-20
Advanced Micro Acquires Sea Micro II-20

5. PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS/INNOVATIONS II-20
Intel Introduces Atom C2000 Chip II-20
HP Rolls Out MicroServer Gen8 II-20
HP Launches Moonshot Microservers II-20
AMD Introduces AMD Opteron X-Series Micro Server Processors II-20
IBM Rolls Out NeXtScale Micro Server II-20
AMD Unveils X1150 and X2150 Processors II-20
Intel Introduces Atom S1200 SoC series II-20
Intel Rolls Out Centerton Portfolio of Processors for Micro
Servers II-20
Advanced Micro Launches SeaMicro SM15000 II-20
Samsung to Launch ARM- Based Processors for Micro Servers II-20
Applied Micro Rolls Out 64-bit ARM Chip for Servers II-20
Sea Micro Introduces SM10000-XE™ Micro Server II-20
HP Launches Energy Efficient Gemini Microservers II-20
Intel to Introduce Avoton Chips for Micro Servers II-20
Quanta Rolls Out STRATOS S910-X31B Micro Server II-20
Dell Launches Ivy Bridge Micro-Servers II-20
US Micro PC Introduces CriKit Micro Server II-20

6. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-21
Micro Server Vendors II-21
Acer America (US) II-21
Dell, Inc. (US) II-21
Fujitsu Limited (Japan) II-21
Hewlett-Packard Company (US) II-21
Super Micro Computer, Inc. (US) II-22
TYAN Computers Corp. (Taiwan) II-22
Microprocessor Chip Providers II-22
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (US) II-22
Applied Micro Circuits Corporation (US) II-23
ARM Holdings Plc (UK) II-23
Intel Corporation (US) II-23
Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (US) II-23

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-24
Table 5: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Micro Servers by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan,
Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest
of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2018 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-24

Table 6: World 8-Year Perspective for Micro Servers by
Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for US,
Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin
America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2011, 2013 & 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-25

Table 7: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Micro Servers by Geographic Region - France, Germany, Italy,
UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-26

Table 8: European 8-Year Perspective for Micro Servers by
Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for France,
Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets
for Years 2011, 2013 & 2018 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-27

Table 9: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Micro Servers by Geographic Region - China, India and Rest
of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2018
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-28

Table 10: Asia-Pacific 8-Year Perspective for Micro Servers by
Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Sales for China,
India and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for Years 2011, 2013 &
2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-29

III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 29 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 30)

The United States (18)
Japan (2)
Europe (4)
- The United Kingdom (2)
- Rest of Europe (2)
Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (6)

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