The Server Industry, 2019: Analyzing the Impact of the US-China Trade Conflict –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “The Impact of US-China Trade Conflict on Server Industry” report has been added to’s offering.

Trade relations between the US and China saw significant changes in 2018 as the US government imposed a 10% tariff on ICT products imported from China, including servers.

With a long development history in the Chinese market, 90% of the servers provided by Taiwanese server vendors are manufactured in China.

Amid intensified tensions between the US and China and the emergence of national security concerns derived from China’s spy chips, the development of the server industry has become increasingly important.


  • Background of the US and China trade and the impact on the server industry in particular
  • Development of US, Chinese, and Taiwanese server industries and includes the implications of the trade dispute on them

Key Topics Covered

1. Overview of US-China Trade Dispute

1.1 Conflict Intensifies as Neither Side Willing to Make Concessions

2. Development of US and Chinese Server Industries

2.1 US Dominance Challenged by China

2.2 China’s Spy Chip Incidents Ignites Network Security Concerns Worldwide

3. Impact on Taiwan’s Server Industry

3.1 Less Impact on Taiwanese Server Industry Chain

3.2 Greater Impact on Server Industry from Network Security Concerns; Some Vendors Move Production Lines out of China


Glossary of Terms

List of Companies

List of Tables

Table 1 Major US Trading Partners in 2017

Companies Mentioned

  • Amazon
  • Apple
  • Bloomberg
  • British Telecom
  • Foxconn
  • HPE
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Inspur
  • Inventec
  • Mitac
  • Orange
  • Pegatron
  • Quanta
  • Reuters
  • Sugon
  • Wistro

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