The global micro server market is expected to get a boost over the next six years, due to its favorable characteristics such as low power and lightweight. Growth of internet traffic has led to increase in the number of computer workloads that do not require concentrated horsepower offered by a high-end server. Micro servers are generally based on system-on-chip (SoC) boards, a small form-factor that packs the CPU, memory, and system I/O onto a single integrated circuit. Increasing demand for servers in data centers due to the significant growth of data usage among customers has led to the development of this cost-effective solution.
When compared to conventional servers, micro servers can carry out small workloads more effectively. The power consumption is much lower than the Thermal Design Power (TDP) of the processors inside conventional servers, leading to lower operational costs. As a result of the small size of these products, they can also be densely packed together to save physical space in data centers. Cost of adapting software to effectively distribute workloads between micro server could pose a challenge to market growth.
The micro server market can be segmented on the basis of processor type into AMD-based, ARM-based, Xeon-based and-Intel based products. Market segmentation by component includes operating systems, software, and hardware.
Application areas, comprise cloud computing, analytics, data centers, and media storage. With the rise in media storage and data center applications in emerging markets such as China and India, the industry is expected to show significant growth. However, North America is expected to remain the largest regional market over the forecast period.
Key vendors in the micro server market include Tilera Corporation, Super Micro Computer. Inc., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, Sandisk Corporation, Penguin Computing, Oracle, Nvidia Corporation, Mitac International Corporation, Marvell, Hewlett-Packard Company, Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Applied Micro Circuits Corporation.
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