HPE loses ground to Dell EMC in EMEA server rankings

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HPE loses ground to Dell EMC in EMEA server rankings

Sales rise despite shipment declines in Q2

Dell EMC has closed the gap on Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) in the battle for top EMEA server vendor, according to IDC. The analyst claimed that Dell EMC saw its server market share in EMEA increase just over three percentage points to 22.4 per cent in Q2, while HPE's declined over three per cent to 28.4 per cent. IDC also reported that Dell EMC had displaced HPE at a global level earlier this year. Collective ODM direct vendors retained their status as the third-largest supplier in...

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