VMware is excited to announce that it is the leading HCI software vendor for Q3 of 2022, according to data provided in the IDC Worldwide Converged Systems Tracker. Systems running VMware accounted for 40.76% of the market share, representing more adoption than the following four vendors combined.
IDC Data Ranks VMware as the #1 Software Vendor for HCI Systems
The latest IDC Converged Systems Tracker shows that VMware continues to grow with the overall HCI market, experiencing an impressive 7.87% year-over-year growth from Q3 2021 to Q3 2022.
|HCI Software Vendor||2022 Q3 Revenue (in $ Millions)||Market Share||2021 Q3 Revenue||YoY Revenue Change|
Market share on the tracker is determined by revenue, a metric by which systems running VMware continue to hold the record as the sole HCI system to surpass 1 billion in revenue per quarter. We are pleased that IT leaders realize the unique ability of HCI to futureproof the data center and continue to invest in it. HCI customers of all sizes have been able to reduce data center complexity, lower total cost of ownership and achieve crucial flexibility on the path to hybrid cloud.
VMware Continues to Innovate to Meet IT Leaders’ Data Center Needs
VMware vSAN brings the power of the cloud to our customer’s storage with vSphere integration for consistent application performance and high consolidation ratios. We enable them to meet today’s business requirements with agile Hyperconverged Infrastructure that allows them to scale flexibly with subscription licensing, simplify operations with highly automated workflows and cloud services, accelerate time-to-market and reduce costs.
Committed to innovation, our next-generation architecture designed for high-performing devices future-proofs the data center and enables our customers to optimize performance without compromising space efficiency. VMware HCI is cloud-connected to support any application or use case in a hybrid cloud architecture and speeds cloud adoption with consistent infrastructure and operations with all the global hyper scalers, including Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM, Alibaba and Oracle.