These are the ten largest computer and office equipment companies

The computer and office equipment industry is the backbone of businesses, including service and manufacturing companies. This industry deals with computers, computer hardware and peripherals, software, and office machinery and equipment. However, demand for products in the computer and office equipment industry varies with the level of business activity. Let’s take a look at the ten largest computer and office equipment companies.


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Ten largest computer and office equipment companies

To rank the ten largest IT and office equipment companies, we referred to the latest disposable income figures.

  1. Super Microcomputer ($3.5 billion)

Founded in 1993, this company manufactures servers and other computer products. Some of its products include MicroCloud, MP servers, AMD solutions, power supplies, networking equipment, GPUs and coprocessors, etc. Its shares are up more than 4% since the start of the year and more than 19% last year. Super Micro Computer is headquartered in San Jose, California, and employs more than 3,800 people.

  1. Diebold Nixdorf ($4.408 billion)

Founded in 1859, this company provides self-service delivery, security systems and software services to government, retail, financial and commercial businesses. Diebold Nixdorf has the following business segments: Americas Banking, Retail and Eurasia Banking. Its shares are up more than 10% since the start of the year and more than 90% in the past year. Diebold Nixdorf is headquartered in North Canton, Ohio and employs more than 21,000 people.

  1. NetApp ($6.146 billion)

Founded in 1992, this company offers software, systems and services to help companies manage and share data internally. It also operates private and public clouds around the world. NetApp offers the following services: NetApp Cloud Sync, NetApp SaaS Backup, NetApp Cloud Volumes Service for AWS, NetApp Kuber and more. Its shares are up more than 20% since the start of the year and more than 80% in the past year. NetApp is headquartered in San Jose, California, and employs more than 10,000 people.

  1. NCR ($6.915 billion)

Founded in 1884, this company develops, manufactures and markets consumer transaction solutions. NCR includes the following business segments: telecommunications, hospitality, banking, technology and retail. Its shares are up more than 20% since the start of the year and more than 170% in the past year. NCR is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and employs more than 35,000 people.

  1. Xerox Holdings ($9.145 billion)

Founded in 2019, Xerox is a workplace technology company that develops and integrates software and hardware for businesses. Xerox is fundamentally helping to enrich the customer experience across digital and physical platforms. Its shares are up more than 2% year-to-date and more than 45% in the past year. Xerox Holdings is headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut and employs more than 24,000 people.

  1. Western Digital ($16.569 billion)

Founded in 1970, this company develops, manufactures, markets and sells data storage devices and solutions. Western Digital offers the following product categories: Client Solutions, Client Devices, and Data Center Devices and Solutions. Its shares are up more than 25% since the start of the year and more than 65% in the past year. Western Digital is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., and employs more than 63,000 people.

  1. Hewlett Packard Enterprise ($29.135 billion)

Founded in 1939, this company offers enterprise and information technology products, solutions and services. Hewlett Packard Enterprise includes the following business segments: Intelligent Edge, Hybrid IT, Financial Services and Corporate Investments. Its shares are up more than 20% since the start of the year and more than 50% in the past year. Hewlett Packard Enterprise is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and employs more than 59,000 people.

  1. HP ($58.576 billion)

Founded in 1939, this company offers computer, imaging and printing products as well as related technologies, solutions and services. HP has these business segments: enterprise investments, personal systems and printing. Its shares are up more than 18% since the start of the year and more than 60% in the past year. HP is headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif., and employs more than 51,000 people.

  1. Dell Technologies ($92.154 billion)

Founded in 1984, Dell is a holding company which, together with its subsidiaries, provides hardware, software and service solutions. Dell has the following business segments: VMware, Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG), and Client Solutions Group (CSG). Its shares are up more than 32% since the start of the year and more than 80% in the past year. Dell Technologies is headquartered in Round Rock, Texas and employs more than 155,000 people.

  1. Apple ($260.174 billion)

Founded in 1977, Apple designs, manufactures and sells computers, smartphones, tablets, wearables, software services and more. Apple works across these geographic segments: Greater China, Americas, Japan, Europe, and Rest of Asia Pacific. Its shares are up more than 8% since the start of the year and more than 40% in the past year. Apple is headquartered in Cupertino, California, and employs more than 145,000 people.