Worldwide Purpose-Built Backup Appliance (PBBA) Market Moderates in Third Quarter of 2012, According to IDC

Worldwide purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) factory revenues posted no year-over-year growth, totaling just under $655.3 million, in the third quarter of 2012 (3Q12), according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Purpose-Built Backup Appliance Tracker. However, the total PBBA open systems market posted just under $567.5 million in revenues, representing 6.4% growth from the prior year's third quarter. The total worldwide PBBA capacity shipped reach 366,956 terabytes, growing 37.5% year over year.
"The total worldwide PBBA market remained flat in the third quarter of 2012 over the prior year. However, the open systems portion of the PBBA market did experience some revenue growth," said Robert Amatruda, research director, Data Protection and Recovery. "We believe the leveling off of revenue growth in the worldwide PBBA market in the third quarter of 2012 is a short-term phenomenon with customers defering spending on data protection and recovery products. We remain very upbeat at the long-term growth opportunities for the PBBA market with the underlying customer drivers remaining unchanged. Customers will continue to embrace PBBAs to improve their backup windows and recovery time objectives or modernize their backup infrastructure."
Total Worldwide PBBA 3Q12 Results
EMC maintained its lead in the overall PBBA market with 66.6% revenue share in the third quarter, followed by IBM and Symantec with 10.8% and 6.8% market share, respectively. Symantec exhibited strong year-over-year growth in the PBBA market in the third quarter of 2012 while HP and IBM saw their revenues decline.




Top 5 Vendors, Worldwide PBBA Factory Revenue, Third Quarter of 2012 (Revenues in $ Millions)
Vendor
3Q12 Revenue
3Q12 Market Share
3Q11 Revenue
3Q11 Market Share
3Q12/3Q11 Revenue Growth
EMC
$436.4
66.6%
$407.7
62.2%
7.0%
IBM
$70.6
10.8%
$123.4
18.8%
-42.8%
Symantec
$44.7
6.8%
$23.0
3.5%
94.4%
HP
$29.3
4.5%
$31.1
4.8%
-5.9%
Quantum
$18.4
2.8%
$17.5
2.7%
5.1%
Others
$55.9
8.5%
$52.4
8.0%
6.8%
Total
$655.3
100.0%
$655.1
100.0%
0.0%



Source: IDC Worldwide Purpose Built Backup Appliance Quarterly Tracker, December 19, 2012



Taxonomy Notes:
IDC defines a purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) as a standalone disk-based solution that utilizes software, disk arrays, server engine(s), or nodes that are used for a target for backup data and specifically data coming from a backup application (e.g., NetWorker, NetBackup, TSM, and Backup Exec) or can be tightly integrated with the backup software to catalog, index, schedule, and perform data movement. The PBBA products are deployed in standalone configurations or as gateways. PBBA solutions deployed in a gateway configuration connect to and store backup data on general-purpose storage. Here, the gateway device is serving as the component that is purpose built solely for backup and not for supporting any other workload or application. Regardless of packaging (as an appliance or gateway), PBBAs can have multiple interfaces or protocols. Also, PBBAs often can provide and receive replication to or from remote sites and a secondary PBBA for the purpose of disaster recovery (DR).
IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Purpose Built Backup Appliance Tracker provides vendor share, market size, and forecasts for purpose-built backup appliances. IDC provides key market insights and growth for vendors participating in the PBBA market as well as those that may introduce new products. Revenue and capacity for disk systems behind PBBA gateways is included in the PBBA market sizing and also in the forecast. Some PBBA solutions integrate the data movement engine (backup application) with the appliance, while others serve as only a target for incoming backup application data. Both solutions are included in the PBBA market sizing, although segmentation between the two product categories is provided.

Source:
http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS23891312

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