The global server microprocessor market is estimated at US$9.740 billion in 2018, and is projected to witness robust growth over the next five years. A microprocessor performs various functions such as timing functions, logical functions, and data storage among many others. Increasing demand for faster processing speed for demanding application coupled with increasing adoption of cloud services across industry verticals will drive the demand for server microprocessors. However, high cost involved with server microprocessor will hinder the growing demand for server microprocessors. Geographically, North America and Europe held a significant market share on account of the early adoption of technology and rising investment in research and development activities. The Asia Pacific region will witness impressive growth over the forecast period.
Growing demand for servers globally
Increasing adoption of cloud services
Rapid Technological Advancements
In July 2019, Atos announced the BullSeqana, the world’s first 16 CPU server, with up to 24 TB DRAM, and are made available officially in Russia.
In January 2019, AMD revealed their Epyc server processors at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2019.
The major players profiled in the global server microprocessor market include Intel Corporation, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., IBM Corporation, and NXP Semiconductors, among others.
The global server microprocessor market has been analyzed through the following segments:
By CPU Sockets
1 to 2 Socket Servers
3 to 4 Socket Severs
5+ Socket Servers
Middle East and Africa