The enterprise datacenter has evolved from one of a location (or locations) to one that
has no physical construct. Today's modern datacenter emphasizes data - and spans
the core to the cloud and the edge.
It is critical for the modern IT executive to understand this, as it informs the strategy and approach to building out the next generation of infrastructure that drives the modern, data-centric business. Data collected across the business must be aggregated, shaped, and transformed into intelligence that runs the digital business and drives rapid business decisions based on near real-time data.
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Dell Technologies is APJ #1 (tied) in x86 Server unit share, 9 quarters in a row Dell Technologies is APJ #1 (tied) in x86 Server revenue share, 4 quarters in a row Dell Technologies is APJ #1 (tied) in Mainstream Server unit share, 9 quarters in a row Dell Technologies is APJ #1 (tied) in Mainstream Server revenue share, 4 quarters in a row
IDC declares a statistical tie in the worldwide server market when there is a difference of one percent of less in the share of revenues or unit shipments among two or more vendors. Mainstream servers include standard rack servers, tower servers, blade servers, and large systems, excluding custom rack servers and density servers. Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, Q3 2022. APJ excludes Greater China, and includes Pakistan.