A cluster, in terms of servers, is a group of computers that are connected together and function almost like a single computer. Or you can say that a server cluster consists of a group of servers working simultaneously under a single IP address. Clustered servers are commonly used for servers that contain printouts, files, messages, and databases. Server clustering increases data protection, maintains cluster layout consistency over time, and verifies higher availability, proper load balancing, and system scalability.
According to the research report, Global Cluster Server Market Status (2015-2019) and Forecast (2020-2024) by Region, Product Type & End-Use, it is confirmed that HP, Dell, IBM, Lenovo, Cisco, Huawei, Inspur, and many others are among the leading players in the IT industry and have major influence on the client-server market. It provides a detailed overview of each company. The report also encompasses various parameters through which the above companies prevail and compete against each other. Some of these comparison parameters are given as – company performance, revenue, data information analysis, cooperative business strategy, recent development, regional presence, acquisitions, products and services provided by these organizations and many other parameters.
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The global Cluster Servers market has been further segmented globally by Type (HA Cluster, HPC Cluster, Load Balancing Cluster and Others), by Application/End-User (BFSI, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Retail, Telecom and Others), by Region (Asia- Pacific, Europe, North America, Middle East and Africa, South America and the rest of the world). The report provides an in-depth understanding of the market type by country-level regions for the regions given above. Namely, some of these countries are China, India, Japan, Korea, Germany, Turkey, Switzerland, UK, France, Italy, Canada, Mexico, North Africa, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Peru and many other countries.
Also, the report offers Cluster Servers market trends in both present and future (2020-2024). The research report contains various dimensions such as global and regional market dynamics, analysis of historical and future data, market and technology development, strategies of the above companies, and study of market size (value and volume) based on supply and demand, market growth drivers, application details, market characteristics, restraints, regional and industry investment opportunities and much more to unearth.
In the coming years, the global cluster server market is expected to grow further and is expected to reach USD million in revenue by the end of 2024, with a double-digit CAGR over the period 2020-2024. This is mainly due to the increasing global demand for cloud computing, virtualization and big data. Since the government’s focus is heavily on digitization these days, this industry will boom. In addition, the cluster servers offer high efficiency with reduced running costs and lower power consumption, which leads to high demand and thus acts as a growth driver for the global cluster servers market.
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