IDC released figures showing that worldwide shipments of certified workstations rose in the third quarter by 7.6 percent, compared to the same quarter in 2013.
A total of 930,894 units shipped and IDC said that this is the sixth consecutive quarter of positive growth in what remains a competitive market.
Worldwide, the Middle East and Africa grew by 39.3 percent year on year, Latin America grew by 31.6 percent, and the US and Western Europe, with market shares of 39.2 percent and 25.1 percent grew by 6.7 percent and 2.1 percent respectively.
There aren’t that many vendors selling desktop workstations but HP continues to be the top dog with a 45.8 percent market share.
Dell grew by two percent year on year and has a 36.6 percent market share, while Lenovo has a year on year growth of 24.8 percent, growing its share 2.3 points and with an 11.7 percent slice of the market worldwide.
Fujitsu and NEC came in at fourth and fifth, showing only single digit market shares.