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Forecast Analysis: Servers, Worldwide, 1Q15 Update

Published: 31 July 2015

ID: G00275589

Analyst(s): Adrian O'Connell , Kiyomi Yamada , Hiroko Aoyama , Errol Rasit , Uko Tian , Jeffrey Hewitt


Server end-user spending will decrease by 1.5%, while shipments will rise 0.8%, in 2015. Greater China will have the strongest end-user spending growth in 2015, at 2.7%, overtaking Western Europe for size in 2017. This document is aimed at strategic planners in aiding market planning activities.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • Companion Documents

Forecast Data

Market Impact

  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Mature Asia/Pacific
  • Emerging Asia/Pacific
  • Greater China
  • Japan
  • EMEA


  • Economic Indicators, Compliance and Regulation, Firmagraphics, and Geopolitical Factors
    • Competitive Environment
    • Enterprise IT Budgets
    • Replacement Demand
  • Customer Segments
  • Technology Roadmap

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