I'd like to know how many of the 3K were in the US. These numbers take the
whole world into account, don't they?
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One thing to remember is that this is a year comparison number - last year
wasn't so good.  But 25% is nice that's for sure.  I can't find it but I
though somewhere I thought Mark Shearer indicated that they had 3,000 new
iSeries customers over the last year or this year or something to that
affect.

Although, I don't think there to many going on in Indy.......

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Really. Would be nice to know where all the new ones are going !

Nice catch, by the way Vance, thanks !

Chuck

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[mailto:midrange-nontech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Vance Stanley
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To: midrange-nontech@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: IBM 3RD QUARTER iSeries sales

 http://biz.yahoo.com/bwml/051017/20051017006152.html?.v=1

 "Hardware revenues for the Systems and Technology Group totaled $5.0
billion for the quarter, up
7 percent. Revenue growth from S&TG eServer products was driven by iSeries
midrange servers, which
increased 25 percent; pSeries UNIX servers, an increase of 15 percent; and
xSeries servers, which
increased 11 percent. Revenues from the zSeries mainframe product decreased
4 percent compared
with the year-ago period. Total delivery of zSeries computing power, which
is measured in MIPS
(millions of instructions per second), increased 18 percent. In addition to
eServers, revenues
from Storage Systems and Microelectronics increased 11 percent and 14
percent, respectively."


I'm not an expert at interpreting numbers but, it looks rosy for the
Iseries.  I wonder
what regions the sales are happening in?

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