Below you will find the data and relevantlinks regarding server sales and revenues.
- The monetary value of the U.S. server market for the second quarter 2005
- The monetary value of the U.S. server market for the second quarter 2004
?The worldwide server business grew 4.7 percent to reach $12.1 billion
in the second quarter of this year compared to last year, according to
a new report issued by Gartner.
The U.S. server market was up 3.2 percent at $4.8 billion for the
quarter, compared to $4.6 billion last year, said the Stamford,
CRN: August 26, 2005
- Units shipped in the first quarter 2004 for each of the following
Companies: Dell, HP, IBM, Sun and Gateway.
1st Quarter 2004 Units Shipped
Dell 192,660 units
HP 146,496 units
IBM 79,943 units
Sun 34,474 units
Gateway 3,450 units
- Server revenues in the first quarter 2004 for each of the following
Companies: IBM, Dell, Sun and Hewlett-Packard.
1st quarter 2004 Revenues
IBM $1.5 billion
Dell $662 million
Hewlett-Packard $1 billion
Sun $520 million
?In numbers released Tuesday by research firm Gartner Inc., IBM, of
Armonk, N.Y., continued to lead the pack in revenue generated from
U.S. server sales, garnering almost $1.5 billion in the first
?Dell, of Round Rock, was the only other major vendor that saw revenue
grow over that time, generating $662 million for 24.2 percent growth.?
?Hewlett-Packard Co., of Palo Alto, Calif., generated more than $1
billion in server revenue last quarter, a 13.2 percent drop from the
first quarter of 2003. Sun, of Santa Clara, Calif., saw its revenue
numbers drop 16.7 percent, to $520 million. ?
?Dell continued to top the list in units shipped, with 192,660 units
going out last quarter.?
?HP was second with 146,496 units shipped, followed by IBM with
79,943 units, Sun with 34,474 and Gateway Inc. with 3,450.?
?In all, 659,147 servers were shipped in the United States in the
first quarter, a 32.4 percent increase over the same period last year,
according to the report. Gartner, of Stamford, Conn .?
U.S. Server Sales Still Rising
eWeek.com : May 25, 2004
- Monetary value of the worldwide server market for the first quarter 2005.
?Strong sales from HP and Dell carried the worldwide server market
higher during the first quarter of 2005, according to the latest data
from Gartner. Total server sales hit $12.3bn - up 4 per cent from the
$11.8bn sold in the same period last year.?
- Shipments by vendor: HP Dell IBM, Sun, and Fujitsu (1st Quarter 2005)
1st Quarter 2005 Units Shipped
HP 498,000 units
Dell 402,000 units
IBM 250,000 units
Sun 81,000 units
Fujitsu 72,000 units
- Revenues by vendor: HP Dell IBM, Sun, and Fujitsu (1st Quarter 2005)
1st Quarter 2005 Revenues
IBM 3.7 billion
HP 3.5 billion
Dell 1.3 billion
Sun 1.2 billion
Fujitsu 887 million
?HP out-shipped all vendors with 498,000 boxes sold. Dell followed
with 402,000, IBM with 250,000, Sun with 81,000 and Fujitsu with
72,000. IBM, however, led in revenue with $3.7bn in sales - a figure
boosted by more expensive Unix and mainframe systems. HP followed with
$3.5bn, Dell with $1.3bn, Sun with $1.2bn and Fujitsu with $887m.?
The Register: 26th May 2005
See also top worldwide server vendors in Q2 2005 here:
U.S. Server market OR sales million OR billion units 2004..2005
I hope the data provided is helpful!