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November 30, 2011

Asia Pacific server market posts strong growth in Q3 2011: Gartner

China, Hong Kong and Taiwan ruled 69.7% of the region’s total market

By CBR Staff Writer

Gartner says that the Asia Pacific server market continued its strong growth in the third quarter of 2011, as year-on-year shipment grew 23.9% and revenue went up 18.5% compared to the same quarter last year.

Gartner principle analyst Erica Gadjuli said Asia Pacific remained the strongest region for server shipment growth during the third quarter of 2011. He added, Greater China (China, Hong Kong and Taiwan in combined) ruled 69.7 percent of the region’s total market, up 2 points from the same quarter last year."

Server shipments in other major markets in Asia Pacific also posted double digit growth year on year, with Australia at 20%, South Korea at 14% and Singapore with 18%. Vendor revenue rose marginally, with 6% growth each in Australia and Singapore and 2% in South Korea.

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