Japan Storage Networking Infrastructure 2015–2019 Forecast and 2014 Analysis

Japan Storage Networking Infrastructure 2015–2019 Forecast and 2014 Analysis

This IDC study reviews the Japan shipment performance from 2011 to 2014, and forecast up to 2019 for fiber channel (FC) switches, which is a main component of the storage networking infrastructure. This study also analyzes FC switches shipment performance from shipment unit, shipment port unit, and factory revenue perspectives, and forecasts the performance in terms of shipment port unit and factory revenue. Moreover, this study analyzes how the diverging protocols will influence the Japan storage networking infrastructure by reviewing the Japan external enterprise storage system market revenue performance from 2011 to 2014 and forecast until 2019 according to detailed installation environment (Direct-attached storage [DAS], Mainframe Networked, network-attached storage [NAS], Fibre Channel Storage Area Network [FC-SAN], Internet Small Computer Systems Interface [iSCSI], Fibre Channel over Ethernet [FCoE], Serial Attached SCSI Storage Area Network [SAS-SAN], and InfiniBand)."Spending on storage network is expected to change considerably in the mid to long term as transformations in IT infrastructure spending are taking place. Thus, even the storage network market will need product strategies and alliance strategies that respond to these transformations," says Masaaki Moriyama, group director, IDC Japan.This IDC study is a translation of the Japan document IDC #J15480108 and is summarized to reduce the gap in time since the original version was published.All of the following sections are, however, fully translated:IDC OpinionMethodologyDefinitionExecutive SummaryEssential GuidanceSynopsis

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