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Gartner Retires the Magic Quadrant for Modular Servers

Published: 02 March 2017

ID: G00325282

Analyst(s): Andrew Butler


Just as the blade server Magic Quadrant was rendered obsolete by the growth of multinode servers, so hyperconverged systems now represent a new form of modular investment choice. I&O leaders should use the new Market Guide for Compute Platforms for a better window into the evolution of all servers.

Table Of Contents


  • Growing Integrated System Influence on Blade Server Market
  • Market Guide for Compute Platforms

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