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工作站報告:工作站&專業GPU市場概況 (2016年第一季)

Workstation Report: The Workstation Market On a Roll With Another Record in Q3'16

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工作站報告:工作站&專業GPU市場概況 (2016年第一季) Workstation Report: The Workstation Market On a Roll With Another Record in Q3'16
出版日期: 2016年12月20日 內容資訊: 英文
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本報告提供2016年調查第一季的全球工作站市場,工作站市場總收益的變化與預測,ASP的變化,供應商及產品佔有率的變化,各產品類型、地區/主要國家的明細,GPU、圖形硬體設備趨勢等彙整資料。

調查手法

工作站市場持續不振

  • 市場障礙
  • 工作站的ASP、收益
  • 工作站的市場佔有率:各機器類型

Apple的MacPro

Mac Pro的出貨估計

虛擬工作站

Intel:工作站部門的唯一的CPU供應商

  • Intel:Xeon品牌對單槽入門級工作站的推薦有好的結果
  • AMD的苦戰和CPU部門的空白
  • AMD工作站的未來:APU?Zen?
  • 單一插座CPU vs 多插座CPU

主流派的Windows、佔有率少的Linux

工作站的流通銷售:各地區

  • 全球
  • 歐洲、中東、非洲
  • 日本之外亞太地區
  • 日本
  • 其他地區
  • 歐洲、中東、非洲地區及日本之外亞太地區的詳細明細
  • 中國:日本之外亞太地區的成長的主要引擎

工作站的年度實際成果

分離式專業GPU的出貨數

  • 分離式工作站GPU的ASP
  • 出貨數的佔有率
  • FirePro對Apple的出貨估計

專業圖形硬體設備市場:各產品類型

  • 整體趨勢
  • 2D卡
  • 高階&中階產品:收益貢獻
  • Nvidia:在2D、3D、行動部門維持主流

專業圖形硬體設備的年度實際成果

NEW:工作站的整合型GPU vs 分離式GPU

附錄:工作站供應商的佔有率:歐洲、中東、非洲詳細各地區明細

圖表

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目錄

Now in its twelfth year, JPR's ‘Workstation Report - Professional Computing Markets and Technologies’ has established itself as the essential reference guide for hardware and software vendors and suppliers serving the workstation and professional graphics markets.

The JPR Workstation Report series includes a breadth of market data and research, including six total reports issued over the year. All in all, a subscription entitles subscribers to:

Two extensive semi-annual reports, comprehensively assessing the state of the workstation and professional graphics industries

The service includes two semi-annual revisions of the JPR Workstation Report, a complete reference manual on the workstation and professional graphics businesses. Anything you want to know about the markets, technologies and industry players can be found in this all-inclusive report.

Four quarterly market bulletins covering both workstations and professional graphics

Also included in a year's subscription are four quarterly market bulletins, each around 40 to 50 pages and timed to highlight the previous quarter's (and year's) results in the workstation and professional graphics hardware markets. Each quarterly comes with a companion XLS file, with a comprehensive array of tables and figures that go into more detail than the basic text of the bulletin. The market quarterlies are released around eight weeks after the close of the previous quarter.

Limited complementary access to workstation analyst

While the service does not formally include any consulting hours, we welcome subscribers with periodic questions or inquiries pertaining to the report, market data and analysis. Such access is complementary (but limited). And of course, if a subscriber requires more lengthy and involved assistance, we can arrange for dedicated consulting services.

Reports are made available in soft PDF form (with complementary XLS for market data), downloadable via JPR's web site.

Table of Contents

  • Methodology
    • Some - but not all - white-box coverage
    • Navigating to new content: bold PDF bookmarks and yellow highlighted headings
  • The workstation market on a roll with another record in Q3'16
    • Workstation ASPs and revenue
    • Workstation shares by machine class
      • Mobiles growing slowly/ steadily, but desksides still rule the workstation market
      • Workstation market by vertical
      • HP and Dell in a dead heat for workstation unit volume... literally this time
      • Vendor penetration by market segment
  • Apple's MacPro
  • Estimating Mac Pro shipments: the expected surge at launch, followed by a decline, and now starting to settle out
  • Virtual Workstations
  • Today, Intel stands virtually alone as CPU supplier to the workstation industry
    • Intel's push of Xeon brand into single-socket, entery-class workstations paying off
    • AMD's traveled a winding road in workstations, one that led to an absence in CPUs
    • A future for AMD workstations with APUs? Zen?
    • Single vs. 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 is claiming back its ownership of the U.S. market
    • Dell makes strides in EMEA as well
    • Dell and HP share lead in APexJ, while Lenovo's share steadily grows
    • HP leads in Japan, while "home team" NEC and Dell duke it out for #2
    • ROW vendor breakdown similar to that of the U.S
    • EMEA and APexJ: breakdowns by sub-region
    • China remains the primary engine for APexJ growth, with Lenovo the primary beneficiary
  • Full-year calendar 2015 results for workstations
  • Professional GPU market follows workstation market upward
    • Discrete workstation GPU ASPs firm
    • Another quarter of virtually no change in Nvidia vs. AMD GPU market battle
    • Estimating FirePro shipments to Apple
  • Professional graphics hardware market breakdown by product class
  • GPU segment big picture: 2D continues inevitable decline, 3D holds steady, and - lately - a marked, sustained tick up for mobiles
    • High-end and mid-range contribute around two thirds of GPU add-in card revenue
    • Nvidia maintains dominant hold on 2D, Entry 3D and mobile segments
  • Full-year calendar 2015 results for professional graphics hardware
  • NEW for Q4'15: Integrated vs. discrete GPUs in workstations
  • Appendix A: Workstation vendor shares per EMEA sub-region

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Total workstation market revenue (in $M)
  • Table 2: Q1'16 characteristics of desktop workstation classes
  • Table 3: History of workstation unit share by vendor
  • Table 4: Historical share of Windows and Linux in x86 based workstations (Apple platforms not included)
  • Table 5: Total workstations shipped by year (units and revenue)
  • Table 6: Yearly workstation ASPs (in dollars)
  • Table 7: Growth (loss) of Tier 1 vendors' unit shares
  • Table 8: Worldwide shipments of professional graphics (K units, including mobiles)
  • Table 10: Where Apple's new FirePro SKUs stack up against existing "Southern Islands" SKUs
  • Table 9: Worldwide quarterly revenue of professional graphics add-in cards ($M, no mobiles)
  • Table 11: Professional graphics market share history by vendor (units)
  • Table 12: Professional graphics add-in card (no mobiles) revenue history by vendor
  • Table 13: Professional graphics hardware classes and price bands
  • Table 14: Professional graphics hardware, yearly totals
  • Table 15: Professional graphics add-in card ASPs, yearly

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Workstation ASPs over time
  • Figure 2: History of overall workstation unit distribution, by class
  • Figure 3: Unlike broader PC market, deskbound workstations outsell mobiles (on average) by almost 3:1
  • Figure 4: Dell stabilized, then took back some share lost to HP .. but lately, positions for the two relatively stable
  • Figure 5: Shares of mobile workstation units, by vendor
  • Figure 6: Shares of Entry class workstation units, by vendor
  • Figure 7: Shares of Mid-range workstation units, by vendor
  • Figure 8: Estimated and hypothetical share of Apple in Windows/Linux/OS-X deskside workstation market
  • Figure 9: Intel shipments into Tier 1 workstation market by processor (unit share of Intel platform by processor)
  • Figure 10: The rise and fall of Opteron in the workstation platform
  • Figure 11: Share of dual-capable (though not necessarily dual-populated) workstations as a percentage of all deskbound systems
  • Figure 12: While the share of 2S-capable workstations is in decline, the 2nd CPU attach rate is relatively stable
  • Figure 13: Geographic distribution (by unit shipments) over time
  • Figure 14: Tier 1 vendor shares of U.S. over time
  • Figure 15: Tier 1 vendor shares of EMEA over time
  • Figure 16: Tier 1 vendor shares of Asia/Pac (excluding Japan) over time
  • Figure 17: Tier 1 vendor shares of Japan region time
  • Figure 18: Tier 1 vendor shares of Rest of World (ROW) region over time
  • Figure 19: EMEA breakdown by sub-region
  • Figure 20: Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) breakdown by sub-region
  • Figure 21: China sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 22: India sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 23: Rest of APexJ sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 24: Overall yearly workstation unit share by vendor
  • Figure 25: Worldwide shipments of professional graphics (K units, including mobiles)
  • Figure 26: Professional graphics card ASPs, by vendor over time
  • Figure 27: Professional graphics units, by segment
  • Figure 28: AMD's mix of FirePro GPU products over time
  • Figure 29: Estimated share of professional graphics units shipping in "Winux" workstations
  • Figure 30: 2D in slow decline and mobiles (mostly) flat, as 3D cards have taken the lion's share of market growth over the past several years
  • Figure 31: Professional graphics add-in card revenue
  • Figure 32: Vendor unit share history: mid-range 3D add-in card segment
  • Figure 33: Vendor shares of combined High + Ultra-high professional segment over time
  • Figure 34: Vendor unit share history: mobile professional graphics segment
  • Figure 35: Vendor unit share history: Entry 3D add-in card segment
  • Figure 37: Vendor unit share history: professional 2D add-in card segment
  • Figure 38: Workstation market forecast 2013 - 2018 (units)
  • Figure 39: Workstation market revenue forecast 2013 - 2018 ($)
  • Figure 40: Germany sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 41: UK/Ireland sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 42: Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 43: Nordics (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden) sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 44: Italy sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 45: Alps (Switzerland, Austria) sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 46: France sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 47: BeNeLux sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 48: Iberia (Spain, Portugal) sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 49: Middle East and Africa (MEA) sub-region, breakout by vendor
  • Figure 50: Greece sub-region, breakout by vendor
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