Dell EMC Maintains ‘Commanding Market Share Lead’ in HPC Storage


first_imgA new report from Intersect360 Research says Dell EMC maintains a commanding market share lead in high-performance storage and is also the leader in total HPC solutions revenue.The worldwide HPC storage market continues to grow, and once again Dell EMC is maintaining a significant market-share lead, according to a new report from Intersect360 Research.[1]“The HPC storage category grew to approximately $5.7 billion worldwide in 2018, up 1.0% from 2017,” Intersect 360 Research notes. “Dell EMC maintained a commanding market share lead, with above-average revenue growth.”Intersect360 Research defines HPC as the use of servers, clusters, and supercomputers — plus associated software, tools, components, storage, and services — for scientific, engineering, or analytical tasks that are particularly intensive in computation, memory usage or data management. The Dell EMC portfolio covers that entire spectrum of hardware, software and services for organizations that rely on HPC systems.In terms of the broader HPC market, Dell EMC continues to lead the category for combined HPC server and storage share. In addition, Dell EMC is closing in on HPE for the top spot in the HPC server market, and Dell EMC is the leader in total HPC solutions revenue, according to Intersect360 Research.[2]“HPE held the number-one position for HPC server revenue for the sixth straight year, but its gap over number-two Dell EMC has narrowed to a thin margin,” Intersect360 Research reports. “Dell EMC also has the number-one revenue share position for storage for HPC applications, ahead of number-two NetApp. Counting all products and services, Dell EMC is the leader in total HPC solutions revenue.”Findings like these suggest that Dell EMC is ideally positioned to serve as a trusted partner for the design, development and deployment of leading-edge HPC systems. That’s a point that Thierry Pellegrino, vice president of HPC at Dell EMC, underscores in a recent news release.“Organizations are increasingly using HPC and AI technology as tools to gain greater insight and value from their data,” Thierry says. “Getting started and using these technologies can be complex, so we’re focused on making it simpler for organizations of all sizes. We’ve engineered Dell EMC Ready Solutions as tested and validated configurations that help our customers more easily and quickly benefit from HPC and AI technologies to reach their ultimate goals.”[3]Key takeawaysIntersect360 Research determined:Dell EMC maintains a commanding market share lead in HPC storage.Dell EMC leads the category for combined HPC server and storage market share.Dell EMC is the leader in total HPC solutions revenue.To learn moreFor a closer look at the Intersect360 Research findings on the HPC storage markets, see the executive summary for the report “Worldwide High Performance Computing 2018 Total Market Model: Storage Revenue Shares.”For a look at the firm’s findings on the broader HPC market, see the news release “Intersect360 Research Releases Latest HPC Worldwide Market Numbers.”[1] Intersect360 Research, “Worldwide High Performance Computing 2018 Total Market Model: Storage Revenue Shares,” May 29, 2019[2] Intersect360 Research, “Intersect360 Research Releases Latest HPC Worldwide Market Numbers,” June 7, 2019[3] Dell Technologies, “Dell Technologies Simplifies Customers’ Path to Innovation with AI and High Performance Computing,” June 17, 2019last_img read more

Govt refuses to budge on cannabis reform


first_imgNewsHub 7 May 2016Family First Comment: Good!The Government is still refusing to budge on the recreational use of cannabis, but says it’s open to further discussion around its medicinal use.The comment has once again re-lit debate around cannabis law reform the same day as “J-Day” protests across the country.Health Minister Jonathan Coleman is giving an inch, but protesters at today’s J-Day in Auckland want a mile.“Overall I want to make sure New Zealanders get access to the medications they want over time, but I don’t at this point support making marijuana available,” Mr Coleman said.More than 1000 gathered in Albert Park for the annual protest — this year’s theme the decriminalisation of medicinal cannabis.Currently, non-pharmaceutical grade cannabis products can be accessed only with ministerial approval, but that’s rarely granted.READ MORE: read more