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Japan Server Forecast by Systems Type, 2018-2022

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Japan Server Forecast by Systems Type, 2018-2022
Published: July 26, 2018 Content info: 19 Pages
Description

This IDC study is a translation of the Japanese document. The report provides a forecast on the Japan server market spending by system type. Specifically, the five system types are systems of record (SoR), systems of engagement (SoE), systems of insight (SoI), system infrastructure platform (SIP), and apparatus/device control systems (A/DCS). In this study, the five segments are regrouped into SoR, SoE/SoI (which is the sum of SoE and SoI), and "other" (which is the sum of SIP and A/DCS). The market size is then estimated and analyzed based on the three new categories."Server vendors are required to understand the characteristics and focus of the respective growth segments, identify the areas they can cover in their ecosystems and those they are involved in, and translate these into product strategies, partner strategies, and sales strategies," explains Satoshi Fukutomi, group manager, Enterprise Infrastructure, IDC Japan.

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Product Code: JPE42929818

IDC Market Forecast Figure

Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Forecast

  • Japan Server Market Spending Forecast by System Type
  • Japan SoR Server Market Spending Forecast by Deployment Model
  • Japan SoE/SoI Server Market Spending Forecast by Deployment Model
  • Japan "Other" System Type Server Market Spending Forecast by Deployment Model

Market Context

  • Drivers and Inhibitors
    • Drivers
      • Efforts to Realize DX
    • Inhibitors
      • Continuous Development of Highly Efficient Utilization Technology for System Resources
      • Decline in Labor Force and Youth Population in the Future
  • Significant Market Developments
  • Changes from Prior Forecast

Market Definition

  • Systems Type

Methodology

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