We have data on 132 companies that use Linux on Power. The companies using Linux on Power are most often found in United States and in the Information Technology and Services industry. Linux on Power is most often used by companies with >10000 employees and >1000M dollars in revenue. Our data for Linux on Power usage goes back as far as 2 years and 8 months.
|Company||BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD ASSOCIATION|
|Company||Koninklijke Philips NV|
|BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD ASSOCIATION||bcbs.com||United States||200M-1000M||1000-5000|
|Koninklijke Philips NV||philips.nl||Netherlands||>1000M||>10000|
We use the best indexing techniques combined with advanced data science to monitor the market share of over 15,000 technology products, including Data Management Platform (DMP). By scanning billions of public documents, we are able to collect deep insights on every company, with over 100 data fields per company at an average. In the Data Management Platform (DMP) category, Linux on Power has a market share of about 0.1%. Other major and competing products in this category include:
Enterprise Linux operating systems on IBM Power Systems servers provides an open, scalable infrastructure built to process massive amounts of data quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively to formulate real-time actionable business insight. It has features such as built-in acceleration to provide efficient performance, infrastructure flexibility, continuous application availability and shared resources to enhance system optimization. It is cloud-ready and provides open-source platform for SQL and NoSQL databases.
Looking at Linux on Power customers by industry, we find that Information Technology and Services (33%), Computer Software (11%) and Insurance (5%) are the largest segments.
48% of Linux on Power customers are in United States, 7% are in United Kingdom and 6% are in France.
Of all the customers that are using Linux on Power, 21% are small (<50 employees), 23% are medium-sized and 47% are large (>1000 employees).
Of all the customers that are using Linux on Power, a majority (51%) are large (>$1000M), 32% are small (<$50M) and 0% are medium-sized.