Micro Server IC Market Estimated to Reach $3.1 Billion by 2018 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate 67.1% – Report by MarketsandMarkets

(PRWEB) June 17, 2014

According to the latest market research report Micro Server IC Market by Processor (Intel, ARM, AMD), IC’s (Analog, Digital), Applications (Media Storage, Data Center, Cloud Computing, Analytics) & by Geography (N.America, Europe, APAC, ROW) – Global Forecasts and Analysis to 2013 – 2018″, the global market is projected to cross $ 3.1 Billion by 2018, growing at a very high CAGR from 2013 to 2018.

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The different trends that are driving the growth of the media storage application in the micro server application market are the extraordinary growth of digital content; the ever increasing popularity of video-on-demand (VOD) content; the propagation of high-definition (HD) videos and various other interactive applications; the explosive growth of delivery of videos over Web and mobile; and the multi-fold growth in user-generated content.

Micro servers, known for their low-power, energy efficiency, and high density, have a large number of nodes containing low powered processors and shared infrastructure. Micro Servers IC Market has penetrated nearly 2.3% of the servers market in 2012. However, it is forecasted that by 2018, nearly 28% of the servers market will be shared by micro servers. The Micro Servers Market is segmented according to processor type, component, applications, and geography.

Micro Servers IC Market is segmented based on the processor type into Intel, ARM, and AMD. Intel processor based micro servers are further segmented into Atom and Xeon. The report also forecasts the market by components which include hardware, software, and operation systems. Application areas of micro servers are categorized into Media Storage, Internet Data Centers, Analytics, Cloud Computing, and other applications. This report describes the market dynamics, which include drivers, restraints, and opportunities along with their impact analysis matrix. Impact analysis matrix depicts the impact of a particular driver or restraint on the market at present and the future impact on the market. This report also highlights the huge opportunities for the market.

Media storage devices are the ones that store digital information. The information is in the form of music, video, documents, or any other digital data that needs to be stored by the end-users. Some media storage devices are designed to be a part of another device, while others are standalone devices that are only connected to transfer data. The different types of media storage devices are magnetic storage devices, optical storage devices, solid state storage devices, and server storage devices.

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WSO2 to Present Technical Webinar on Using Cloud-Enabled WSO2 Application Server for Business Scalability

Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2012

An elastic cloud infrastructure allows businesses to rapidly deploy applications while minimizing costs. However, the traditional application servers deployed in most organizations do not meet the requirements necessary for them to move to the cloud. What enterprises need instead are application servers that support a wide range of deployment options, including installation on public and private clouds in addition to standalone uses. To facilitate this effort, WSO2 will present a free webinar on how developers can optimize their business scalability with the cloud-enabled WSO2 Application Server.

The one-hour technical session, WSO2 Intro Webinar – Scale your Business with the Cloud-Enabled WSO2 Application Server,” is being held twice on Thursday, August 2: 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. PDT for the Americas and 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. GMT for Europe and Asia-Pacific. For more information, visit http://wso2.org/library/webinars/2012/07/wso2-intro-webinar-scale-your-business-cloud-enabled-wso2-application-server.

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The webinar will begin with an architectural overview of the WSO2 Application Server, which is part of the WSO2 Stratos cloud middleware platform that provides cloud-native features, such as self-provisioning, multi-tenancy, elasticity and metering. The session then will examine how to develop Web applications and Web services together with the WSO2 Developer Studio. Additionally, the webinar will cover key features of the WSO2 Application Server, including:

Vendors are Expanding Hyperscale Server Portfolios Beyond Cloud to Unlock a Nearly $2 Billion U.S. Market

Hampton, NH (PRWEB) May 28, 2014

Technology Business Researchs new Hyperscale Server Customer Landscape Report estimates that the market for hyperscale servers at U.S. organizations with at least 500 employees represents a $ 1.7 billion opportunity over the next 12 months. As cloud computing continues to shape the market for IT infrastructure, data center customers increasingly require simplicity, flexibility and high levels of scalability in their on-premises hardware ecosystems.

Cloud services are driving a massive market for hyperscale server technology, but were now starting to see the trickle-down effect into the enterprise space, said Christian Perry, senior analyst and content manager in TBRs data center practice. We see data centers moving toward server infrastructure thats easy to purchase, easy to deploy and relatively simple to manage. These are customers that are not afraid to consider change to obtain the business outcomes they seek.

TBR conducted nearly 300 surveys of IT decision makers and line-of-business executives at U.S. organizations that have purchased and deployed hyperscale servers from a range of providers, including Dell, Dell DCS, HP, IBM, Quanta and others. Although the primary market for hyperscale servers remains rooted within cloud service providers, opportunities are developing for organizations that do not necessarily provide public cloud services, in part due to the off-the-shelf portfolio expansion of top server OEMs.

Products such as HPs Moonshot and ProLiant SL, Dells PowerEdge-C and IBMs NeXtScale present enterprise customers with easily deployable, highly scalable servers that meet requirements not only for cloud-centric workloads such as cloud hosting, but also for traditional, enterprise workloads. Despite the perception of hyperscale server technology as being cloud driven, server OEMs are unlocking opportunities for hyperscale outside of cloud.

Along with extensive research into the workloads and expected benefits that influenced the purchase of hyperscale servers, TBR examined the influence of 18 server attributes including quality, reliability, support, capex/opex savings and TCO (total cost of ownership) on server purchases. TBR also investigated customer purchase behaviors around services, which TBR sees as a critical differentiator for server OEMs as they look to expand their hyperscale presence in both the cloud and enterprise markets.

Outside of the top-tier cloud-scale data centers run by Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and a handful of others, there is a growing market for hyperscale server technology, Perry said. Beneath that tier, were finding that customers rely on integration and similar services to ease their transition into a new class of server technology. This is where the OEMs will have a crucial advantage over ODMs [original design manufacturers].

Although Dell (with its DCS business unit) and HP (through its newly inked joint venture with Foxconn) compete directly with ODMs in the custom-heavy cloud service provider market, these vendors along with IBM continue to engineer and sell off-the-shelf hyperscale server platforms that enterprises can quickly deploy. Because enterprise customers appear willing to consider and deploy hyperscale for a widening group of workloads, TBR expects hyperscale servers to progressively supplant traditional x86 servers in large organizations.

The value proposition of hyperscale servers is tied closely to flexibility and cost savings, but TBRs research found that work remains for vendors to show how cloud-scale benefits can improve traditional data centers. For example, while top-tier cloud service providers can more easily realize cost savings through simplified architecture within a massive deployment, TCO benefits are more challenging to market among smaller server deployments. Further, other benefits tied to the intended hyperscale value proposition, such as space savings, do not necessarily translate in enterprise deployments.

TBRs Hyperscale Server Customer Landscape Report includes detailed analysis into customer purchasing behavior, budget expectations, workload deployment and plans, system attribute expectations and satisfaction, services purchased, business and environment expectations and satisfaction, and vendor profiles that include information about the types of typical buyers of hyperscale servers from Dell, DCS, HP and IBM.

The report is now available for purchase. For more information about TBRs Hyperscale Server Customer Landscape Report, please contact Alison Crawford, senior marketing manager, at 603-758-1838 or alison.crawford(at)tbri(dot)com or James McIlroy, vice president of sales, at 603-758-1813 or mcilroy(at)tbri(dot)com.

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Cloud Computing Provider, GoGrid, Now Offers Windows Server 2008 in the Cloud

San Francisco, CA (Vocus) August 19, 2008

San Francisco, CA, August 19th 2008 — GoGrid (http://www.GoGrid.com ), the leading service provider of Windows and Linux cloud-based server hosting, announced today the immediate availability of 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows Server 2008 within its Cloud Computing infrastructure. Parent company ServePath is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, and launched Windows Server 2008 dedicated hosting in February of this year.

With this release, GoGrid becomes one of the first Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) providers to offer Windows Server 2008 “in the cloud.” The new Windows Server 2008 operating system from Microsoft sets new benchmarks for server stability, manageability, and security; therefore, interest from Windows Server customers wanting to try it out has been high. GoGrid customers can now deploy Windows Server 2008 servers in just a few minutes for as little as 19 cents an hour, with no commitment.

GoGrid is the Cloud Computing service that enables system administrators to quickly and easily create, deploy, load-balance and manage Windows and Linux cloud servers within minutes. GoGrid offers true “Control in the Cloud” with its unique web-based, Graphical User Interface (GUI) which allows for “point and click” deployment of complex and flexible network infrastructures, which include load balancing and multiple web and database servers, all set up with icons through the GUI.

Initial Windows Server 2008 offerings on GoGrid include both 32-bit and 64-bit preconfigured templates. GoGrid users select the desired operating system and then choose preconfigured templates in order to minimize time to deploy. Pre-configurations include:

Cloud Server Hosting Provider, GoGrid, States Windows is its Preferred Cloud Operating System Compared to Linux

San Francisco, CA (Vocus) October 13, 2008

Cloud Server Hosting provider, GoGrid, which has been providing Windows 2003 Servers in the Cloud since March 2008, confirms strong demand for Windows in the Cloud. Windows Cloud Servers accounts for approximately two-thirds of all Cloud servers deployed by customers within the GoGrid infrastructure.

GoGrid Windows Cloud Servers saw enthusiastic adoption since the initial launch of GoGrid in March with Windows Server 2003. In mid-August 2008, GoGrid was first to market with Windows Server 2008 in the Cloud. GoGrid parent company, ServePath, is a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner and SAS70 Type II certified which includes the GoGrid products as well.

GoGrid will be exhibiting at the upcoming Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2008 (PDC) where it will announce exciting developments and features specifically targeted towards Windows developers. The PDC is Microsoft’s premier gathering of leading-edge developers and architects and is the event to learn about the future of the Microsoft platform, exchange ideas with fellow professionals and hear about upcoming Microsoft Server related products.

GoGrid provides Cloud Hosting solutions for Windows developers and partners with a wide variety of Windows 2003/2008 Cloud Servers. On GoGrid, Windows Servers can be instantly provisioned with options that include:

32 and 64-bit Windows Server 2008
32-bit Windows Server 2003
IIS 6.0 & 7.0
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express, Workgroup and Standard Editions

“The demand for providing Windows in the Cloud is incredible” says GoGrid CEO, John Keagy, adding “Back in March, 2008, it was critical for us to launch a complete Cloud infrastructure in order to capitalize on that tremendous Windows demand. GoGrid is currently the only Cloud Infrastructure Provider offering a complete Windows environment in the Cloud.”

Keagy’s statements have been echoed by Paul Sterling, 2008/2009 Umbraco MVP and principal of Motus Connect who was searching for a Cloud provider to support Umbraco, a Windows-only Content Management System (CMS) based on Microsoft’s ASP.NET.

“We’re thrilled with the ‘you can do this now’ state of Umbraco on GoGrid” said Sterling, evangelist for Umbraco as a platform. “We looked at all the offerings and found that only GoGrid provides the flexibility to run the Umbraco web services on IIS/Windows and the Umbraco database on mySQL/Linux.”

Because Windows users and developers frequently leverage the rich Windows user interface, GoGrid web-based portal provides the familiar and easy-to-use environment that Windows users are accustomed to. The GoGrid Graphical User Interface (GUI) and iconography allows for “point and click” deployment of complex, instant and flexible network infrastructures, which includes free load balancing and multiple web and database servers, and, coming soon: Cloud Storage. Of particular interest to Microsoft partners is GoGrid’s public Application Programming Interface (API) which developers and partners utilize to programmatically control their GoGrid infrastructure and that of their clients.

About GoGrid (http://www.gogrid.com):

GoGrid is the leading Cloud Computing, hosted, Internet service that delivers true “Control in the Cloud.” GoGrid enables system administrators, developers, IT professionals and SaaS (Software as a Service) vendors to create, deploy, and control load balanced cloud servers and complex hosted virtual server networks with full root access and administrative server control. Bringing up servers and server networks takes minutes via a unique web control panel or GoGrid’s award winning API. GoGrid delivers portal controlled servers for Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, SQL Server, ASP.NET, multiple Linux operating systems (Red Hat Enterprise and CentOS) and supports application environments like Ruby on Rails. Free f5 hardware load balancing and other features are included to give users the control of a familiar server environment with the flexibility and immediate scalability of the cloud.

About ServePath (http://www.servepath.com):

ServePath is the leading managed and dedicated hosted server provider, delivering custom solutions and managed services to businesses that need powerful Internet hosting platforms for their production environments. Thousands of companies worldwide look to ServePath for its reliability, customization, and speed. ServePath has a Keynote-rated A+ network and guarantees uptime with a 10,000% guaranteed Service Level Agreement. The employee-owned company has been in business for six years and operates its own San Francisco data center.


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GoGrid, the Largest Windows Server Cloud Hosting Provider, Broadens Windows Server 2008 Offering with PHP Stacks

San Francisco, CA (Vocus) October 27, 2008

Cloud Server Hosting provider, GoGrid, today announced the immediate availability of Windows Server 2008 with PHP 5 in the Cloud. These new GoGrid Cloud Server configurations allow developers to run both PHP and ASP.NET code concurrently and easily. Windows Server 2008 with IIS 7 is the only platform that supports mixed application environments and running these within the GoGrid Windows Server 2008 Cloud allows for the consolidation of Web Applications on a single platform.

The following 32-bit Windows Server 2008 Cloud Servers are currently available for instant deployment using either the GoGrid Web Portal or GoGrid API:

GoGrid and ServePath Unveil “Cloud Connect” for Enabling Hybrid Dedicated and Cloud Hosted Server Network Infrastructures

San Francisco, CA (Vocus) November 19, 2008

Today ServePath, the leading Silicon Valley Managed Hosting Provider, and GoGrid, the largest Windows Server 2003/2008 and Linux Cloud Computing Infrastructure provider, released “Cloud Connect” which enables high-speed, private network connectivity between ServePath high-end dedicated servers and GoGrid Windows or Linux Cloud servers. Also, known as “cross connects,” the new “Cloud Connect” service allows for customers to retain high-end and robust dedicated servers and all managed services, while receiving elasticity, ease and scalability benefits of GoGrid Cloud Web and Application servers.

Cloud Connect bridges the gap between traditional hosting and cloud hosting. It is the hybrid solution that delivers best practices and benefits of both cloud and dedicated hosted architectures from a single vendor. There is a modest security setup fee and no monthly fee charged for “Cloud Connect.” All that is required is a ServePath Managed Hosting account and a GoGrid Cloud Server account.

Cloud Connect uses secure gigabit private networks to connect elastic cloud servers with custom-built dedicated servers to create hosted server networks that scale to meet seasonal or other spikes of internet traffic while providing the high I/O and CPU performance that large, fast database servers require. The gigabit private networks, the cloud and the dedicated servers are all located in the same data center with hard-wired connections between them ensuring high performance and a complete turnkey service.

“We view Cloud Connect as a Best-of-Class solution for customers looking to capitalize on tried-and-true dedicated environments in harmony with dynamic and elastic web environments of Cloud Computing,” said John Keagy, CEO of ServePath and GoGrid. “Cloud Connect represents a fundamental change to how dedicated and cloud environments can be managed and used together seamlessly.”

Some infrastructure examples of Cloud Connect network configurations include:

Cloud Computing Provider, GoGrid, Expands Cloud Product Line with Larger Virtual Server Instances

San Francisco, CA (Vocus) February 17, 2009

GoGrid, the Cloud Computing division of ServePath, LLC today announced the immediate availability of larger RAM, CPU and persistent storage Cloud Server instances. The new 4 and 8 GB RAM Cloud Servers further broaden GoGrid’s line of Web and Database Cloud servers, enabling complete infrastructure in the Cloud.

To bring higher performance server lines into the GoGrid cloudcenter, all 64-bit GoGrid images are now available in 4 and 8 GB RAM configurations. The 4 GB RAM server images can be deployed via the GoGrid web portal and API. The 8 GB RAM server images currently may only be deployed via the GoGrid API.

The 4 and 8 GB RAM images, available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1, CentOS 5.1, and Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 64-bit operating systems bring a new level of performance to the GoGrid line. 4 GB Cloud Servers have 3 CPU Cores and 8 GB have 6 CPU Cores, ensuring dedicated CPU allocations and high performance.

All GoGrid Cloud Servers come with persistent storage. The new larger RAM allocations announced today, are delivered with increased persistent storage: 4 GB Cloud Servers have 240 GB of hard drive space and 8 GB have 480 GB of storage allocated at boot time. Additional storage can be added using GoGrid’s dynamically scalable Cloud Storage offering which includes a 10 GB free allotment to start with. Each 1 GB thereafter costs $ 0.15/GB/month.

Further information on the new 4 and 8 GB RAM GoGrid Cloud Servers can be found at:


Server Release Information on these new images can be found at:


Windows users are requested to read our Release and Errata pages as there are some known issues specific to 8 GB Windows Servers which may require a workaround and that they should be aware of before using 8 GB GoGrid Servers with Windows. Errata page: http://wiki.gogrid.com/wiki/index.php/Errata

About GoGrid (http://www.gogrid.com)

GoGrid is the leading Cloud Computing, hosted, Internet service that delivers true “Control in the Cloud” in the form of cloudcenters. GoGrid enables system administrators, developers, IT professionals and SaaS (Software as a Service) vendors to create, deploy, and control load balanced cloud servers and complex hosted virtual server networks with full root access and administrative server control. Bringing up servers and server networks takes minutes via a unique web control panel or GoGrid’s award winning API. GoGrid delivers portal controlled servers for Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, SQL Server, ASP.NET, multiple Linux operating systems (Red Hat Enterprise and CentOS) and supports application environments like Ruby on Rails. Free f5 hardware load balancing and other features are included to give users the control of a familiar datacenter environment with the flexibility and immediate scalability of the cloud, essentially a “cloudcenter.” GoGrid won the coveted 2008 LinuxWorld Expo’s Best of Show in Product Excellence award.

About ServePath (http://www.servepath.com)

ServePath, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, is the leading managed and dedicated hosted server provider, delivering custom solutions and managed services to businesses that need powerful Internet hosting platforms for their production environments. Thousands of companies worldwide look to ServePath for its reliability, customization, and speed. ServePath has a Keynote-rated A+ network and guarantees uptime with a 10,000% guaranteed? Service Level Agreement. The employee-owned company has been in business for eight years and operates its own San Francisco data center and is SAS70 Type II certified.


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Appistry and GoGrid Announce Commercial Availability of Joint Cloud Computing Solution for Delivering Highly Scalable and Reliable Server Applications

San Francisco, CA (Vocus) February 26, 2009

GoGrid, the Cloud Computing division of ServePath, LLC and Appistry today released new tools for developers, architects and administrators designed to ease the pain associated with developing, deploying and managing applications in the Cloud. Appistry’s Cloud application platform, named Appistry EAF, helps businesses and enterprises efficiently manage and scale their applications within the GoGrid infrastructure. With this joint solution, larger companies are able to take full advantage of the Cloud’s unique value proposition of elastic scalability, solid reliability, automated management and CapEx economies.

Appistry EAF Community Edition 3.9 is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 users. Additional EAF-enabled GoGrid images will be rolling out in the near future. Appistry EAF Community Edition allows developers, system architects and administrators to take advantage of Appistry’s Cloud application platform for free on up to five GoGrid Cloud Server instances. Appistry EAF functionality and benefits include:

GoGrid and AppZero Partner to Ease Movement of Windows Server Applications to the Cloud

San Francisco, CA (Vocus) May 19, 2009

GoGrid, the Cloud Computing Division of ServePath, LLC, and AppZero, pioneer of server application virtualization today announced a technology partnership to make it easy for enterprises and independent software vendors (ISVs) to move their server-based Windows applications from the datacenter to the GoGrid cloud. The GoGrid and AppZero solution allows enterprises to instantly provision complex server-based applications to use the GoGrid cloud as a cost-effective approach for running applications. Many enterprises utilize cloud computing for provisioning and running development environments, as well as for low utilization applications and business continuity fail-over most often in a hybrid (cloud/datacenter) model for spiky or burst- oriented applications. AppZero’s application mobility technology allows IT organizations and ISVs to move Windows server applications to the cloud risk-free and without violating Windows licensing requirements.

AppZero is first to market with technology that packages server applications as Virtual Application Appliances (VAAs) which are pre-installed, preconfigured applications that contain zero operating system components. AppZero is the only tool available for decoupling server-side applications from operating systems. The VAA approach permits applications to be easily moved between datacenter and cloud infrastructures and back, minimizing cloud lock-in.

GoGrid, the largest Windows server cloud hosting provider, is the pioneer of “cloudcenters,” an approach to cloud infrastructure based on traditional datacenters and their use of familiar components such as virtualized servers, network storage and hardware firewalls. GoGrid is a leading cloud provider with the flexibility to choose between Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2003.

GoGrid and AppZero will host a free webinar, “Moving Windows Server Applications to the Cloud in Three Easy Steps,” May 28th at 2 p.m. EST. To register, visit: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/481983162.” Interested users can also download a coupon good for $ 100 on the GoGrid cloud.

According to Paul Lancaster, Business Development Manager at GoGrid, “AppZero’s technology simplifies the packaging of applications running on our cloud servers and replicates them in a way that is painless. This approach takes a lot of the costs out of provisioning applications, whether on a physical or virtual server, in the datacenter or on an internal or external cloud. We think the combination of AppZero and GoGrid will be of interest to our heavier cloud computing users. Because these users tend to use a hybrid model, they need an easy way to provision applications between internal and public clouds. This combination will also appeal to enterprises that want to get started on the GoGrid cloud in a way that’s easy to use, without a lot of administration.”

Greg O’Connor, President and CEO of AppZero, adds “GoGrid is carving out a growing reputation for its ease of use in enabling customers to use familiar datacenter approaches and tools to quickly set up a cloud infrastructure — adding and deleting servers as the business requires. AppZero is a natural fit in this environment, permitting server applications to run without modification on any cloud. We make it easy for enterprises to take advantage of GoGrid’s scalable resources on a pay-per-use basis, without cloud lock-in.”

AppZero software creates, runs, and maintains VAAs in Linux, Solaris, and Windows environments. GoGrid customers can drag and drop AppZero VAAs from one cloud server to another, as well as from cloud to datacenter and back.