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Enterprise servers market growing at a ‘decent pace’

The enterprise servers market is growing at a decent pace, and isn’t going to saturate during the forecast period, according to new data from Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com).

A server is a hardware system that works on an opposite software and offers network services by functioning across the computer network. A server can work on a single computer termed as a server computer or on a network comprising of many interconnected computers.

One of the major drivers of the enterprise servers market is the rise in demand for x86 servers, according to Research and Markets. Demand for enterprise servers is growing with the progress in cloud computing solutions and services market. Enterprises offering cloud computing services are implementing enterprise servers to encounter the speed and uptime demand for their services.

The evolving big data trend is also driving the implementation of enterprise servers across various industry verticals, according to Research and Markets. Big data analytics is being used by all giant companies across the industry verticals and it needs servers with high processing capabilities.

Research and Markets adds that, additionally, the use of analytics and big data processing software is growing across industry verticals which are also driving the growth of enterprise servers market. Yet, high initial and installation costs linked with the use of enterprise servers is one of the major restraints in the market. Also, high level of technical skills is essential for the installation and maintenance of enterprise servers.

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