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Turkey Enterprise Infrastructure Market 2018–2022 Forecast and 2017 Insights

Turkey Enterprise Infrastructure Market 2018–2022 Forecast and 2017 Insights

IDC expects Turkey's enterprise server market to decline at a negative compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.2% through the 2017–2022 forecast period to total $215.14 million by 2022. The external storage market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 1.8% through the forecast period to reach $214.01 million by 2022."Looking ahead, IDC expects spending patterns to shift from traditional solutions to next-generation systems (converged/hyper-converged systems). Increasing demand for emerging technologies such as cloud, software-defined technologies, and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) platforms will inhibit new server and external storage investments over the forecast period. As a result, growth of traditional servers and external storage experiencing will stay flat, with a CAGR contraction of 0.3% anticipated over the next five years." — Research Manager for Enterprise Infrastructure Aslı Kockal, IDC Turkey


IDC Market Forecast Figure
Executive Summary
Advice for Technology Suppliers
Market Forecast
Market Context
Drivers and Inhibitors
Drivers
Expected Large-scale Projects During the Forecast Period
Regulatory and Compliance Obligations
Expected 5G Investments of the Telecom Sector
Inhibitors
Depreciating Turkish Lira
The Shift to Next-Generation Systems and Emerging Technologies
Significant Market Developments
Challenging Times Ahead
Undertaking of Digital Transformation Initiatives
Continued Support of Large-Scale Projects
Datacenter Availability Expansions
Changes from Prior Forecast
Market Definition
Server
Server Product Type
Enterprise Storage Systems Definition
Storage Product Category
External Storage
Methodology
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