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WW Open Compute Project (Compute and Storage) Infrastructure Market to Grow 16.6% CAGR Through 2024 for $33.8 Billion

Spend on storage estimated to increase at 5-year CAGR of 18.5% to reach $5.73 billion

A forecast from International Data Corporation shows WW revenue from the Open Compute Project (OCP) infrastructure market will reach $33.8 billion in 2024.

While Y/Y growth will slow slightly in 2020 due to capital preservation strategies during the Covid-19 situation, the market for OCP compute and storage infrastructure is forecast to see a CAGR of 16.6% over the 2020-2024 forecast period.

The forecast assumes a rapid recovery for this market in 2021-22, fueled by a robust economic recovery worldwide. However, a prolonged crisis and economic uncertainty could delay the market’s recovery well past 2021, although investments in and by cloud service providers may dominate infrastructure investments when they occur during this period.

The OCP was established in 2011 as an open community focused on designing hardware technology to efficiently support the growing demands on compute infrastructure at midsize to large datacenter operators (hyperscalers). Open Compute standards are now supported by firms such as Facebook, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent, and Rackspace. The OCP encourages infrastructure suppliers, hyperscalers, cloud service providers, systems integrators, and components vendors to collaborate on new innovations, specs, and initiatives across several key categories.

“By opening and sharing the innovations and designs within the community, IDC believes that OCP will be one of the most important indicators of datacenter infrastructure innovation and development, especially among hyperscalers and cloud service providers,” said Sebastian Lagana, research manager, infrastructure systems, platforms and technologies.

“IDC projects massive growth in the amount of data generated, transmitted, and stored worldwide. Much of this data will flow in and out of the cloud and get stored in hyperscale cloud data centers, thereby driving demand for infrastructure,” said Kuba Stolarski, research director, infrastructure systems, platforms and technologies.

OCP Technology by Segment
The compute segment will remain the primary driver of overall OCP infrastructure revenue for the coming five years, accounting for roughly 83% of the total market. Despite being a much larger portion of the market, compute will achieve a CAGR comparable to storage through 2024.

The compute and storage segments are defined below:

  • Compute: Spend on computing platforms (i.e., servers including accelerators and interconnects) is estimated to grow at a 5-year CAGR of 16.2% and reach $28.07 billion. This segment includes externally attached accelerator trays also known as JBOGs (GPUs) and JBOFs (FPGAs).
  • Storage: Spend on storage (i.e., server-based platforms and externally attached platforms and systems) is estimated to grow at a 5-year CAGR of 18.5% and reach $5.73 billion. Externally attached platforms are also known as JBOFs (flash) and JBODs (HDDs) and do not contain a controller. Externally attached systems are built using storage controllers.

OCP Technology Segment Data, 2019 and 2024
(revenues in $billion)

Open compute and Storage forecast through 2024

 

 

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