Server sales rose 3.1% Y/Y in Q4 after falling 4% in Q3, says IDC. But nearly all of this growth went to non-top-5 OEMs, thanks to the do-it-yourself approach of Web/cloud firms behind most of the increase. Sales of the "densely optimized servers" these firms often prefer rose 66%. #1 IBM's share was flat Y/Y at 36.5%, but #2 H-P's (HPQ) fell 160 bps to 24.8% thanks to weak high-end sales. #3 Dell (DELL) +30 bps to 15.1%, #4 Oracle (ORCL) -110 bps to 4.1% (poor UNIX demand). Fujitsu is #5, and Cisco (CSCO), whose UCS blade server sales are soaring, is now #6.
Server sales rose 3.1% Y/Y in Q4 after falling 4% in Q3, says IDC. But nearly all of this growth...
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