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Workstation Report: While PCs Continue to Slide, Workstations Remain on Upward Trajectory in Q2'17

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ワークステーションレポート Workstation Report: While PCs Continue to Slide, Workstations Remain on Upward Trajectory in Q2'17
出版日: 2017年09月15日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、世界のワークステーションの市場を調査し、出荷台数および収益規模の推移と予測、成長推進因子の分析、ASPの推移、ベンダー・製品の競合動向および市場シェアの分析、製品クラス・地域/主要国別の動向、GPU市場の動向などをまとめています。

目次の例

  • 調査手法
  • PCが下落を続ける一方で、ワークステーションは上昇軌道に
    • ワークステーションのASP・収益
    • ワークステーションのシェア:マシンクラス別
    • モバイルの安定的成長の一方でデスクサイドは依然としてワークステーションが主流
  • ワークステーション市場:産業別
  • Dellが少なくとも1四半期は世界市場のリーダーと推定される
    • ベンダー普及率:市場区分別
  • AppleのMac Pro・MacBook Pro
    • 出荷推計:Mac Pro
    • 出荷推計:MacBook Pro
  • 仮想ワークステーション
  • ワークステーションへのCPUサプライヤー:実質的にIntel1社
    • Intel:シングルソケットデスクトップ&モバイルワークステーションともXeonを推奨
    • AMDの迷走
    • ZenとAMDのワークステーション部門での将来性
    • シングルソケットCPU vs マルチソケットCPU
  • 主流のWindows・少数シェアを保持するLinux
  • ワークステーションのティア1分布:地域別
    • モバイル vs デスクサイド
    • 欧州・中東・アフリカでのベンダーの位置付け:若干の変化
  • 欧州・中東・アフリカ市場:詳細地域別
    • モバイル vs デスクサイド
  • アジア太平洋市場:詳細地域別
    • モバイル vs デスクサイド
  • ワークステーションの市場実績
  • ディスクリートプロフェッショナルGPUの成長が緩やかに
    • ディスクリートワークステーションGPUのASP
    • Nvidiaの急成長でAMD/Nvidiaの接戦に勝敗
  • プロフェッショナルグラフィックハードウェア市場:製品クラス別
    • ハイエンド・ミッドレンジ:GPUアドインカード収益の3分の2を占める
    • Nvidia:2D・エントリー・モバイル部門で安定的
  • ディスクリートワークステーションGPUの市場実績
  • 集積型 vs ディスクリート型GPU
  • 市場の展望
  • 付録 A:ベンダーシェア:欧州・中東・アフリカの詳細地域別

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目次

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Table of Contents

  • Navigating this report
  • Methodology
    • Some - but not all - white-box coverage
      • While PCs continue to slide, workstation remain on upward trajectory
    • Workstation ASPs and revenue
    • Workstation shares by machine class
    • Mobiles growing slowly and steadily, but desksides still rule the workstation market
  • Workstation market by vertical
  • Dell assumes global market leadership.., at least for one quarter
    • Vendor penetration by market segment
  • Apple's Mac Pro and MacBook Pro
    • Estimating Mac Pro shipments
    • Estimating MacBook Pro shipments
  • Virtual workstations
  • Today, Intel stands virtually alone as CPU supplier to the workstation industry
    • Intel pushes Xeon into both single-socket desktops and mobile workstations
    • AMD's traveled a winding road in workstations, one that had led to an absence in CPUs
    • A future for AMD in workstations possible with Zen
    • Single versus multi-socket CPU
  • Windows dominates, with Linux holding minority share
  • Tier 1 distribution of workstations by geography
    • Mobile vs deskside distribution by global geo
    • Dell maintains US gap over HP in Q2'17
    • Dell nudges out HP in APexJ in Q2'17
    • Little change in vendors' positions in EMEA in Q2'17
    • Dell has flipped leadership ROW
  • EMEA breakdowns by sub-region
    • Mobile vs deskside: EMEA sub-region breakdown
  • Tier 1 APexJ breakdown by sub-region
    • China has been the engine behind APexJ growth, with Lenovo the primary beneficiary
    • Mobile vs desksides: APexJ sub-region breakdown
  • Full-year calendar 2016 results for workstations
  • Recent growth spurt in discrete professional GPUs moderates in Q2'17
    • Discrete workstation GPU ASPs
    • The AMD/Nvidia stalemate breaks in Q2'17, as Nvidia surges
  • Professional graphics hardware market breakdown by product class
    • High-end and mid-range contribute around two thirds of GPU add-in card revenue
    • Nvidia's hold on 2D, entry and mobile segments remain steady
  • Full-year calendar 2016 results for discrete workstation GPUs
    • Integrated vs discrete GPUs in workstations
  • Outlook on the workstation market
  • Appendix A: Workstation vendor shares per EMEA sub-region

Tables

  • Table 1: Total workstation market revenue (in $M)
  • Table 2: Typical characteristics of desktop workstation classes in Q2'17
  • Table 3: Workstation unit sales by vertical/application
  • Table 4: History of workstation unit share by vendor
  • Table 5: History of workstation unit share by vendor (Tier 1 only)
  • Table 6: Historical share of Windows and Linux in x86 based workstations (Apple platforms not included)
  • Table 7: Total workstations shipped by year (units and revenue)
  • Table 8: Yearly workstation ASPs (in dollars)
  • Table 9: Growth (loss) of Tier 1 vendors' units
  • Table 10: Worldwide shipments of discrete workstation GPUs (K units, including mobiles)
  • Table 11: Worldwide quarterly revenue of professional graphics add-in cards ($M, no mobiles) Table 12 Professional discrete (mobile and add-in card) GPU market share history by vendor (units)
  • Table 13: Professional graphics add-in card (no mobiles) revenue history by vendor
  • Table 14: Professional graphics hardware classes and price bands
  • Table 15: Discrete professional GPU units shipped, yearly totals
  • Table 16: Discrete professional GPU units shipped, yearly growth by segment
  • Table 17: Discrete professional GPU add-in card ASPs (no mobiles), yearly
  • Table 18: Discrete professional GPU add-in card ASPs (no mobiles), yearly

Figures

  • Figure 2: Workstation ASPs over time
  • Figure 3: History of overall workstation unit distribution, by class
  • Figure 4: Deskside workstations currently outsell mobiles 2:1
  • Figure 5: Workstation unit sales by vertical/application
  • Figure 6: HP and Dell vie for leadership in the workstation market
  • Figure 7: Shares of mobile workstation units, by vendor
  • Figure 8: Shares of Entry class workstation units, by vendor
  • Figure 9: Shares of Mid-range workstation units, by vendor
  • Figure 10: Estimated shipments of deskside Mac Pros and Mac Book Pros
  • Figure 11: Estimated share of Apple when Mac Pro included in deskside workstation market
  • Figure 11: Estimated share of Apple when MacBook Pro included in mobile workstation market
  • Figure 12: Where virtual workstations fit in the SBC (server-based computing) landscape
  • Figure 13: Number of virtual workstations "shipped" in 2016, relative to traditional client side (estimated)
  • Figure 14: Intel shipments into Tier 1 workstation market by processor
  • Figure 15: The rise and fall of Opteron in the workstation platform
  • Figure 16: Share of dual-capable (though not necessarily dual-populated) workstations as a percentage of all deskbound systems
  • Figure 17: While the share of 2S-capable workstations is in decline, the 2nd CPU attach rate is relatively stable
  • Figure 18: Geographic distribution (by unit shipments) over time
  • Figure 19: Geographic distribution of Mobile workstation sales, by region (unit share)
  • Figure 20: Geographic distribution of deskside workstation sales, by region (unit share)
  • Figure 21: Unit growth, by platform and region (average of four previous quarters' 5-year CAGR)
  • Figure 22: Tier 1 vendor shares of U S over time
  • Figure 23: Tier 1 vendor shares of EMEA over time
  • Figure 24: Tier 1 vendor shares of Asia/Pac (excluding Japan) over time
  • Figure 25: Tier 1 vendor shares of Japan region time
  • Figure 26: Tier 1 vendor shares of Rest of World (ROW) region over time
  • Figure 27: EMEA breakdown by sub-region
  • Figure 28: Geographic distribution of mobile workstation sales, by EMEA sub-region (unit share)
  • Figure 29: Geographic distribution of deskside workstation sales, by EMEA sub-region (unit share)
  • Figure 30: Unit growth, by platform and EMEA sub-region (average of four previous quarters' 5- year CAGR)
  • Figure 31: Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) breakdown by sub-region (Tier 1 shipments only) Figure 32 China sub-region, Tier 1 unit share by vendor
  • Figure 33: India sub-region, Tier 1 unit share by vendor
  • Figure 34: Rest of APexJ sub-region, Tier 1 unit share by vendor
  • Figure 35: Geographic distribution of Mobile workstation sales, by APexJ sub-region (unit share)
  • Figure 36: Geographic distribution of Deskside workstation sales, by APexJ sub-region (unit share)
  • Figure 37: APexJ workstation unit growth by sub-region and platform (average of past four quarters' 4-year CAGR)
  • Figure 38: Overall yearly workstation unit share by vendor
  • Figure 39: Worldwide shipments of discrete workstation GPUs (K units, including mobiles)
  • Figure 40: Professional graphics card ASPs, by vendor over time
  • Figure 41: History of overall professional GPU product mix (units, all segments)
  • Figure 42: Professional graphics add-in card revenue (normalized to retail levels, no mobiles) 49 Figure 43 Vendor unit share history: mid-range 3D add-in card segment
  • Figure 44: Vendor shares of combined High/Ultra-high professional segment over time
  • Figure 45: Vendor unit share history: mobile professional graphics segment
  • Figure 46: Vendor unit share history: Entry 3D add-in card segment
  • Figure 47: Vendor unit share history: professional 2D add-in card segment
  • Figure 48: AMD's mix of FirePro GPU products over time
  • Figure 49: Nvidia's mix of Quadro GPU products over time
  • Figure 50: Penetration of CPU-integrated graphics as primary workstation GPU
  • Figure 51: Intel's position as supplier of primary workstation GPU, in 2016
  • Figure 52: Workstation market forecast 2017 - 2019 (units)
  • Figure 53: Workstation market revenue forecast 2016 - 2018 ($)
  • Figure 54: Germany sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 55: UK/Ireland sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 56: Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 57: Nordics (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden) sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 58: Alps (Switzerland, Austria) sub-region, breakout by vendor
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