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IBM Is the Leader in Worldwide Server Revenue for Q307 According to Leading Industry Analyst Firm


ARMONK, NY - 26 Nov 2007: Gartner reported today that IBM (NYSE: IBM) continues to hold the number one position in worldwide server revenue share, with 30.1 percent revenue share in the third quarter of 2007. [1]

"We believe IBM's eight consecutive years of leadership in the worldwide server market is a testament to our commitment to technology innovation for our clients," said Bill Zeitler, senior vice president and group executive for IBM Systems & Technology Group. [2]

According to Gartner, IBM's System z mainframe led servers priced at $250,000 or more with 31 percent worldwide revenue share for 3Q07. [3]

IBM also led 3Q07 revenue share in the Americas (US, Canada, and LA) with 31.8 percent and the Asia Pacific, Japan regions with 30.9 percent, according to Gartner. [4]

[1] Source: Gartner Dataquest, "Servers Quarterly Statistics Worldwide," Q3, 2007.

[2] Source: Gartner Dataquest, "Servers Quarterly Statistics Worldwide," Q3, 2007.

[3] Source: Gartner Dataquest, "Servers Quarterly Statistics Worldwide," Q3, 2007.

[4] Source: Gartner Dataquest, "Servers Quarterly Statistics Worldwide," Q3, 2007.

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Joanna Brewer
IBM Communications
(415) 545-2270
jmbrewer@us.ibm.com

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