IBM's Big Server Slice

While many of the low-end PC makers have been struggling of late with the new tablet paradigm that is all the rage, high-end systems are doing just fine, thank you. IBM says that new market research puts them on the top of the server market as of the fourth quarter of 2011, with more than a third of market share in terms of revenues. System z and Power Systems led the way in the high-end server market as well (defined as servers costing more than $250,000), with a 70% market slice.  To stay on top of all the trends, subscribe to Database Trends and Applications magazine