Yogesh Shivhare is an analyst at IDC Canada within the Enterprise Infrastructure research team. He manages the Enterprise and Datacenter Networking Infrastructure research and provides insight and analysis into Canadian industry and technology trends as they shape the Network Infrastructure market. He is responsible for market sizing and forecasting the Switch, Router, WLAN and IP Telephony hardware markets. His research focus enables him to support Canadian technology providers by identifying key market trends in the enterprise networking space where end user demand and preferences are changing rapidly.
Before joining IDC Canada late in 2019, Yogesh spent more than four years as part of the IDC Asia/Pacific Enterprise Infrastructure research team where his research focus was Enterprise Systems and Workstations. He has worked with several other corporate giants before joining IDC AP in 2015 based out of India in roles spanning from Software Development to Consultative Sales.
Yogesh holds an MBA degree from SCMHRD, Pune, India and a bachelors in technology from NITK, Surathkal, India
Areas of Expertise (7)
Associated IDC Services (5)
- Canadian Sales Accelerator: Datacenter Infrastructure
- IDC Quarterly Ethernet Switch Tracker
- IDC Quarterly Router Tracker
- IDC Quarterly Wireless LAN Tracker
- IDC Quarterly Enterprise Infrastructure Tracker
National Institute of Technology Karnataka: Bachelor of Technology, Information Technology 2008
Symbiosis Centre For Management and Human Resource Development: Master of Business Administration, Marketing 2013
Yogesh Shivhare, Dave Pearson
This IDC Market Presentation discusses the state of adoption of SD-WAN and SD-Branch technology among Canadian organizations. Levels of adoption as well as drivers and impediments to deployment are examined, as are the top priorities for prospective buyers of these technologies. Guidance for vendors to advance these technologies in the current market is provided based on survey responses and market insight.
Dave Pearson, Tarun Bhasin, Yogesh Shivhare, Nigel Wallis
This IDC Market Presentation discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the Canadian infrastructure market from macroeconomic, supply, and demand perspectives. It examines which sectors, segments, and industries are likely to be hardest hit and what technologies may be most and least affected by changes in buying patterns in 2020 and beyond.
Yogesh Shivhare, Dave Pearson, Tarun Bhasin, Kevin Lonergan
This IDC Market Presentation examines the year-over-year changes in the overall datacenter infrastructure networking equipment ecosystem — notably switching, enterprise and service provider routing, and enterprise-grade wireless LAN (WLAN). The document compares 4Q18 and 4Q19 performance based on IDC tracker data. It also provides competitive positioning in the form of revenue market share for key named vendors in each of those submarkets.
Tarun Bhasin, Kevin Lonergan, Dave Pearson, Yogesh Shivhare
This IDC Market Presentation examines the year-over-year changes in the overall datacenter infrastructure ecosystem — notably servers, storage, and networking equipment. It also provides competitive positioning in the form of revenue market share for key named vendors in each of those submarkets.
Dave Pearson, Tarun Bhasin, Kevin Lonergan, Yogesh Shivhare
This IDC Market Presentation highlights the market update for the Canadian infrastructure market, 2019. Canadian infrastructure hardware market continues to experience single digit growth — 3.0% on average over the past five years. The composition of this market, from both product and leadership standpoints, continues to evolve as new deployment modalities, the advent of new technologies, and price pressures from suppliers and end users push vendors to adapt their portfolios to meet the needs of Canadian organization.
This document details the makeup of infrastructure hardware revenue in compute, storage, and networking ecosystems as well as subtechnologies and how those revenues have evolved over the past five years in Canada. It also outlines the top 10 vendors across all segments in Canada, with additional detail on the top 5.