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IBM leads the worldwide server market in Q2 2013, claiming a 25.6 percent share with a revenue of $3.156 billion USD, Gartner reports. As per the same quarter in 2012, that number is actually down 9.7 percent from a 27.2 percent market share and revenue of $3.496 billion USD. Both HP and Oracle saw a decline year-over-year while Dell, Cisco, and another of others saw growth.Whereas the general server market revenue drops to 3.8% in the second quarter, worldwide server shipments actually elevated 4 percent year-over-year. Inspur Electronics saw the most shipments, up 211.8 percent with 20,960 shipments in 2012 and 65,350 shipments in 2013. Only with distant second, Cisco came next with a 58.5 percent increase year-over-year then followed by “others” (14.4 percent) and Dell (1.7 percent). IBM shipments fell 8 percent year-over-year and HP dropped 13.6 percent.Despite HP’s drop in server shipments, the company remained the worldwide market leader in Q2 2013 with a 23.9 percent market share and 586,857 shipments. Dell with a 22.4 market share came in at a close second followed by IBM (8.5 percent), Cisco (3.2), and Inspur Electronics (2.7 percent). According to Gartner reports that Inspurentered the top five thanks to a significant High-performance Computing (HPC) deal that it won in its native China during the quarter.“In terms of server form factors, x86 blade servers declined by 3 percent in shipments and 4.5 percent in revenue for the quarter,” the firm said. “The x86 rack-optimized form factor climbed 3.9 percent in shipments and 2.4 percent in revenue for the second quarter. “Server shipments decline 5.9 percent in Q2 2013 weigh against to Q2 2012, with server shipments reaching 550,537 units particularly in the European, Middle Eastern, and African regions (EMEA). HP led the server market in this region, shipping 222,016 units and owning 40.30 percent of the market. Dell followed with 114,057 shipments as well as IBM (47,550), Fujitsu (24,325) and Cisco (14,484).Regarding the revenue during the same quarter, HP is still leading the pack with $1.045 billion USD, then IBM with the raking in $834.8 million USD followed by Dell ($434.9 million), Oracle ($193.5 million), and Fujitsu ($175.8 million) — revenue for all others combined was $426.5 million USD. From the top five to show revenue growth, Dell and Fujitsu remained the only two vendors. The EMEA market lacks the hyper scale segment growth that other regions benefit from, Gartner said.“In the second quarter of 2013, x86 server revenue decreased 4.7 percent in EMEA, while RISC/Itanium UNIX revenue fell 22.6 percent,” the firm said. “Revenue for the ‘other’ CPU segment grew 44.3 percent. The RISC/Itanium UNIX segment continued to suffer from migrations to alternative platforms as users sought lower cost alternatives and more flexibility. The ‘other’ CPU category, which is primarily driven by mainframes, saw a double-digit increase thanks to platform refreshes. “Adrian O’Connell, research director at Gartner, said that weak enterprise demand, combined with consolidation and platform migration, continued to dampen the EMEA server market during Q2 2013. Recognized vendors like HP, Dell, and IBMwere also gradually more challenged. These challenges are relatively-new vendors such as Cisco and local OEMs like Huawei and the current worldwide PC market leader Lenovo. ODMs selling directly to large end-users also posed as a problem for the larger compa
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The 12" Latitude E7240 is a fantastic laptop, however it is missing a pointing stick on the keyboard. Lenovo have it on their 11" and 12" ThinkPads, and Dell have it on the older Latitude D420 and D430, and on the E6230, so it's not an issue with the size. Personally, I greatly prefer using a pointing stick, regardless of how good the trackpad is, so have held off on buying the E7240 until it's added, or a similar model makes it to retail.So, any chance, Dell?
Current PC market have become a more and more competitive and the margin become more lower and lower also smart phone and tab is taking the market.Dell have try enter the market few time before but due to high cost to continue the strategy fail.In this few year alot end user is start self reload their OS in the phone and this is the same thing happen in pass 20 year ago where PC starting.My suggestion was not Dell move to a customize smart phone market before anyone going in.Make the phone like Lego and let the end user customize like their PC. this also will reduce the cost for Dell to getting copyright on each of the component on the phone.Dell just to design and set a stander for the phone and provide support. Like this Dell able going back the old day where Dell is the No 1 PC seller.
Many users have issues while restoring the operating system to factory condition.With the hotkeys on newer system, <Fn> + One of the buttons can be assigned to run the PC recovery, so that user needn't go thru series of steps thru F8 page. Moreover F8 doesnt work on Win 8 systems.This would be a better option for novice customers to perform recoveryCheers,VeejDeejA Dell Community Rockstar since Feb 2013
I've been using the XPS 15 for work for several months now and have not been able to get used to these design quirks:1) Page Up, Page Down, Home and End should be their own key and not require a Function key pairing with the arrow keys. I'm a software developer and use these keys extensively. If I want to highlight a line of code, I have to hit Shift+Fn+Left Arrow. If I want to skip to the end of my document, I have to press Ctrl+Fn+Right Arrow. If I want to highlight from my cursor to the end of the document, I have to press Shift+Ctrl+Fn+Right Arrow. This is ridiculous and has seriously impacted my development speed as not only do I have to use these 3- and 4-finger chords, but it interupts my thought process as I have to hunt and peck for the proper keys (it's too easy to hit the Ctrl key instead of the Fn key). A last gripe on this is that the Fn key and arrow keys are on opposite sides of the keyboard - so there's no paging down through a document while getting a sip of coffee or scratching your head, for example. 2) The touchpad movement surface extends over the touchpad buttons. It looks pretty, I guess, but it renders the touchpad buttons useless. When I go to click a button, the mouse jumps. Every time. It's infuriating.If I'd been able to try the laptop out before buying it, I would have never purchased it and now I'm stuck with it for at least three years as it was purchased through work. There's nothing to do about the keyboard, but the driver for the touchpad should be modified so that the bottom 25% of the surface can be turned off for mouse movement. That way when I go to press a button the mouse doesn't jump on me.
When will Dell Precision Workstations have the option for the newer 10 and 12 core Xeon chips (e.g. E5-2690 v2 10 core at 3 GHz or E5-2697 v2 12 core at 2.7 GHz)? Your competitors (@Xi, Titanus, Digital Storm, Velocity Micro and HP) all offer these Intel processors as an option today.Thanks,3D-Pangel
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As the title indicates, 1200p screen on older AW m17x were IMHO great and I really miss an option to choose this one. It is very useful to have aspect ratio of 16:10 not only for professionals, but for gamers too, e.g. in strategy games, where you won't have such narrow view across battlefield like on 16:9 display. It isn't a huge difference between 1080p and 1200p in terms of performance, but it will greatly help you not only in games, but also with just ordinary writing in MS Word, where you'll surely appreciate more rows on screen. I don't need 120 Hz 3D screen or retina-like pixel density, because of impact on performance - I'd rather play latest games like Crysis 3 or Metro last light with smooth 60 fps.
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I think the m11x should be brough back I have one and it's an amazing laptop the only problem I have is I can't play modern games because of the weak ultra low voltage processor. If you brought back the m11x with a powerful gpu (like the previous m11x's) but with the addition of a full voltage quad core laptop processor alienware would have the only portable gaming laptop (that doesn't weigh 12lb's or need a suitcase to travel) and a no brainer for lan parties. The previous gens of m11x were given a ulv processor for power constraints but the new haswell processors are much more power effecient than previous gen processors and you can even underclock them to be more power effecient and the buyers can change the clock to full power if they're near a power outlet. Also if you bring back the m11x I would suggest keeping the old m--x style versus an alienware 11, most people agree the new alienware 14/17/18 is hideous, making the color on on the wasd keys separtely adjust would be a nice feature as well but it isn't necessary.
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