Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 11th Jun 2007 17:08 UTC, submitted by E. Stride
In the News A recent IDC report showed Linux servers continuing to increase market share for x86 architecture with a second consecutive quarter of double-digit growth, but the bigger news could be Microsoft's even bigger surge with Server 2003. The software giant's Server 2003 showed modest gains in Q1, with IDC reporting that Microsoft Windows Server revenue was USD 4.8 billion in Q1. This number represents 10.4% year-over-year growth and a gain of 1.9 points of revenue market share over the same period in 2006. Windows encompassed 38.8% of all server revenue in Q1 of 2007.
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yeah, IDC is good at twisting the facts
by bedo on Mon 11th Jun 2007 18:45 UTC
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I'll be much better off, if they give me the raw numbers and I'll make my own conclusion.

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