Oracle continues to lead the way in the worldwide integrated platforms market, generating $577m (£354m) revenue in Q1 and holding a 55 per cent share of the market.
The software and server behemoth saw revenue growth of 18.3 per cent from the same quarter in 2013 and continued to lead the way ahead of its rivals.
Oracle's closest competitor was IBM, which held an 11.1 per cent share of the market with $116.6m in revenues, a year-on-year increase of one per cent. IBM was followed by HP, which saw a revenue boost of 92.1 per cent from the same quarter in 2013 and made $17.9m in revenues.
Despite the growth witnessed by the leaders in the market, the "others" category saw a decrease of 3.6 per cent in revenue growth, year on year, to make up 30.5 per cent of the market with revenues of $320.1m.
Overall, the global integrated infrastructure and platforms market increased in revenue by 33.8 per cent year on year to $2.4bn during Q2 of 2014.
Eric Sheppard, research director in storage at IDC, said: "It's notable that sales of integrated systems have driven considerable and continued growth at a time when many portions of the enterprise infrastructure market have experienced lacklustre results.
"Integrated systems have clearly become a critical go-to-market approach and an important source of growth for infrastructure suppliers looking to capitalise on a market need to reduce datacentre infrastructure inefficiencies," Sheppard said.
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