Research firm TheInfoPro has revealed that hardware giant Dell is going from strength to strength after server spending dropped globally during the economic crisis.
The report, released earlier this week, surveyed 252 decision makers from Fortune 1000 companies and considered the financial results of top hardware suppliers.
Reporting a 61 per cent increase in server revenue for the first fiscal quarter of the year, the survey reveals that Dell is the quickest server provider to rebound from the economic meltdown.
Bob Gill, managing director of TheInfoPro says that it is clear that, “Dell is rebounding first.”
US studies of this kind are often an indication of trends which affect the UK. However server sales at UKFast have remained strong over the last few years as we continue to watch our clients grow their server provisions.
As Dell has been our primary server source for many years now, we experience their quality day in day out and are not surprised that they are continuing to be the most competitive in the industry.
Although we have developed our own cloud network in the last year, our dedicated servers are far and away our most popular solutions and demand for our dedicated hosting has continued to increase throughout 2010.
Because we offer a range of hosting options at UKFast and have complete control over our hardware, we are able to remain resilient to the changing pressures of the market.
A particularly exciting project for us is the construction of our new data centre, ‘Manoc3’ which is due to be opened later this year.
Kitting out data centres ourselves, we are able to produce the perfect hosting environment, providing our clients with hardware we trust from server manufactures who remain firm leaders of their industry.