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A market survey on the worldwide server market for the third quarter has concluded that growth is still strong. IDC said that year on year, the market had grown by around 15 per cent. But while some territories are showing strong growth, others are not strong. The European market surged by 28 per cent compared with the same quarter last year, while Japan fell by a massive 38 per cent. The US market grew by eight per cent. Dell, in particular, is riding the crest of the server wave, with growth of 62 per cent, while IBM is not doing nearly so well, with only 20 per cent growth, and HP experience 17 per cent growth. ®

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