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Kuba Stolarski

Research Director, Computing Platforms

Kuba Stolarski is a Research Director with IDC's Worldwide Computing Platforms team, with a research focus on cloud computing infrastructure, next-gen application and database deployments, as well as composable and disaggregated infrastructure. In this role he identifies and analyzes market trends, vendor strategies, customer behavior, and emerging technologies affecting the server market worldwide.

In addition to his own research, Kuba manages the global research processes for the Server Tracker and co-manages the Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker. He also oversees the global server forecasting process. With 15 years of experience in quantitative research methods, survey design and analysis, his specialties include performing in-depth primary research, building detailed market models, and providing insights and thought leadership on evolving industry and market trends.

In previous roles at IDC, Kuba had responsibility for quarterly printer tracking, tracker product management and development, and global ICT and economic research. Prior to joining IDC, he worked for a local public policy think tank, leading research on fiscal responsibility and municipal services.

Kuba graduated from Yale University with a degree of Bachelor of Arts, and from Duke University with a degree of Master of Arts, both in Political Science specializing in International Relations.

This IDC Presentation offers an overview of the second calendar quarter of the worldwide server market trends.
Worldwide ARM Computing Platforms Forecast, 2017–2021

Oct 2017 - Market Forecast - Doc # US42027717

by: Kuba Stolarski

This IDC study examines the emerging ARM server segment. IDC has been watching ARM server developments for many years. As explained by IDC many years ago, ARM penetration of the server market was not something that would happen overnight. F...
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